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  1. HealthScouter Hepatitis: Hepatitis Treatment and Hepatitis Symptoms: Includes Hepatitis C Symptoms and Hepatitis B Symptoms
  2. Novel Therapies in Hepatitis C Virus, An Issue of Clinics in Liver Disease (The Clinics: Internal Medicine) by Paul J. Pockros MD, 2009-08-19
  3. Hepatitis and Liver Cancer: A National Strategy for Prevention and Control of Hepatitis B and C by Committee on the Prevention and Control of Viral Hepatitis Infection, Institute of Medicine, 2010-01-11
  4. User's Guide to Treating Hepatitis Naturally (Basic Health Publications User's Guide) by Douglas MacKay, 2005-06
  5. Chronic Viral Hepatitis: Diagnosis and Therapeutics (Clinical Gastroenterology)
  6. Hepatitis (Diseases and People) by Alvin Silverstein, Virginia B. Silverstein, et all 1994-12
  7. Learn About Hepatitis and Your Liver by George Mitchell, 2008-03-01
  8. The War Against Hepatitis B: A History of the International Task Force on Hepatitis B Immunization by William Muraskin, 1995-05
  9. AUTOIMMUNE HEPATITIS (Postgraduate Medicine) by MD, PhD Bruce A. Luxon, 2010-05-28
  10. The Cure of Chronic Hepatitis B: One Man's Cure One Family's Experience by Kunmi Oluleye, Ibiyinka Oluleye, et all 1997-01
  11. Viral Hepatitis Molecular Biology Diagnosis and Control, Volume 10 (Perspectives in Medical Virology)
  12. Hepatitis C: The Silent Epidemic (Authoritative Guide) by Fred Askari, M.D., Ph.D., Fred K. Askari, 2001-02-15
  13. Hepatitis B and C: Management and Treatment, Second Edition by Thierry Poynard, 2004-08-25
  14. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Hepatitis B: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-08

41. Johns Hopkins Infectious Diseases
Information on infectious diseases including hepatitis, STDs, tuberculosis, and HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, research, education, and epidemiology.
Other Hopkins Specialties: click here..
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Posted 01/27/2002

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42. Hepatitis Magazine | Loader
on The Donna Reed Show and getting down in a trio of Elvis movies, Shelley Fabaresplayed the toughest role of her life—a battler against autoimmune hepatitis
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43. Die Kranke Leber - Ursache Und Diagnose Von Lebererkrankungen
Informationen zu sowie Service und Tipps bei Lebererkrankungen, wie Leberzirrhose, Hepatischer Enzephalopathie, hepatitis, Fettleber und Gelbsucht.
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44. Hepatitis C: An Epidemic For Anyone
This public health awareness site, hosted by Dr. C. Everett Koop, providesextensive information about hepatitis C and the hepatitis c epidemic.


Hepatitis C is a life-threatening, blood borne disease of the liver. It is caused by a virus, and is far more easily transmitted than HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. It is suspected that there are, at present, more than 4.5 million people in the United States that are infected with hepatitis C, and more than 200 million around the world - far more people than are infected with HIV. Hepatitis C is rapidly becoming a global epidemic, and this makes hepatitis C one of the greatest public health threats faced in this century, and perhaps one of the greatest threats to be faced in the next century. Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the liver, usually producing swelling and, in many cases, permanent damage to liver tissues. Liver disease strikes at the very heart of the body's functions and processes, and can be life-threatening. You cannot live without a liver. A number of different agents can cause hepatitis, including infectious diseases, chemical poisons, drugs and alcohol. Viral hepatitis refers to a set of at least six viruses that are known to cause hepatitis, which vary in their severity and characteristics. These are hepatitis A (HAV), hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV), hepatitis D (HDV), hepatitis E (HEV), and hepatitis G (HGV). Hepatitis C can lead to serious, permanent liver damage, and in many cases, death. The Hepatitis C (HCV) virus was identified in 1989. Unlike the other types of viral hepatitis, hepatitis C is very difficult for the immune system to overcome. Hepatitis C is a one of a special set of viruses, called RNA viruses, which can outmanuever the human immune system. They do this by mutating rapidly, often evolving faster than the immune system can develop an effective response to them. Infections by RNA viruses like Hepatitis C are hard to beat - and can be very dangerous.

45. Alternative Hepatitis C Cures: Treatment Options
To order EBooks for information about HCV and alternative medicine. Natural cures used to beat hepatitis C, lower enzyme levels and viral loads, viral clearance.
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46. Hepatitis C
Copyright 1998 Trustees of Dartmouth College, An Important Messagefrom Dr. Koop Contents Search Glossary About the Site.
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47. Schering Hepatitis Innovations: Hepatitis A, B, C Symptoms And Treatments.
An overview of important information for patients suffering from hepatitis. Prescribing and product information from ScheringPlough's.
Quick Links Hepatitis Risk Assessment Resources FAQs What Is Hepatitis? How Is Hepatitis Spread? Treatment for Hepatitis Living with Hepatitis
Answers for Symptoms and Treatments for Hepatitis A, B, and C
Welcome to the Hepatitis Innovations Web site. On this Web site you can learn about hepatitis , including hepatitis C , and other forms . Learn about the types of tests used to diagnose hepatitis C. Learn about the risk factors of hepatitis C About Hepatitis
Hepatitis is a disease of the liver that is often caused by a virus. Hepatitis simply means inflammation of the liver. There are several different kinds of hepatitis caused by different hepatitis viruses. In each case, the virus, once inside the body, begins to live in the liver cells, interferes with the cells' normal activities, and then uses the cells to make more of the virus. Hepatitis Transmission
Different hepatitis viruses are spread in different ways, as explained in How Hepatitis Is Spread . If you suspect that you may have hepatitis or think you have been in contact with an infected person or a contaminated object, consult your health care professional as soon as possible. Types of Hepatitis
The most common types of hepatitis are hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C.

48. AIHS Website
A website of support for those diagnosed with this rare condition.

49. FDA/CFSAN Bad Bug Book Hepatitis A Virus
hepatitis A Virus Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports on hepatitis A Virus atCenters for Disease Control NIH/PubMed Current Research on hepatitis A Virus
C enter for F ood S A pplied N utrition
Foodborne Pathogenic Microorganisms
and Natural Toxins Handbook
Hepatitis A Virus
1. Name of the Organism:
Hepatitis A Virus Hepatitis A virus (HAV) is classified with the enterovirus group of the Picornaviridae family. HAV has a single molecule of RNA surrounded by a small (27 nm diameter) protein capsid and a buoyant density in CsCl of 1.33 g/ml. Many other picornaviruses cause human disease, including polioviruses, coxsackieviruses, echoviruses, and rhinoviruses (cold viruses). 2. Nature of Acute Disease: The term hepatitis A (HA) or type A viral hepatitis has replaced all previous designations: infectious hepatitis, epidemic hepatitis, epidemic jaundice, catarrhal jaundice, infectious icterus, Botkins disease, and MS-1 hepatitis. 3. Nature of Disease: CDC Case Definition What is a "Case Definition"? Overview of Public Health Surveillance Hepatitis A is usually a mild illness characterized by sudden onset of fever, malaise, nausea, anorexia, and abdominal discomfort, followed in several days by jaundice. The infectious dose is unknown but presumably is 10-100 virus particles. 4. Diagnosis of Human Illness:

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51. FDA/CFSAN Bad Bug Book Hepatitis E Virus
hepatitis E Virus Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports on hepatitis E Virus atCenters for Disease Control NIH/PubMed Current Research on hepatitis E Virus
C enter for F ood S A pplied N utrition
Foodborne Pathogenic Microorganisms
and Natural Toxins Handbook
Hepatitis E Virus
1. Name of the Organism:
Hepatitis E Virus Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) has a particle diameter of 32-34 nm, a buoyant density of 1.29 g/ml in KTar/Gly gradient, and is very labile. Serologically related smaller (27-30 nm) particles are often found in feces of patients with Hepatitis E and are presumed to represent degraded viral particles. HEV has a single-stranded polyadenylated RNA genome of approximately 8 kb. Based on its physicochemical properties it is presumed to be a calici -like virus. 2. Nature of Acute Disease: The disease caused by HEV is called hepatitis E, or enterically transmitted non-A non-B hepatitis (ET-NANBH). Other names include fecal-oral non-A non-B hepatitis,and A-like non-A non-B hepatitis. Note: This disease should not be confused with hepatitis C, also called parenterally transmitted non-A non-B hepatitis (PT-NANBH), or B-like non-A non-B hepatitis, which is a common cause of hepatitis in the U.S. 3. Nature of Disease:

52. Hepatitis
Informa sulle malattie infettive che colpiscono il fegato.
come si trasmettono le epatiti virali
come si fa una diagnosi di epatite virale
come si inattivano i virus delle epatiti virali





E P A T I T E - A
E P A T I T E - B
La vaccinazione viene quindi raccomandata ai soggetti maggiormente a rischio di contagio. E P A T I T E - C E P A T I T E - D La trasmissione avviene per scambio di siringhe sporche di sangue infetto, attraverso i rapporti sessuali, con oggetti taglienti contaminati. E P A T I T E - E Non esiste un vaccino.

53. My Computer Crashed February 6th, And Apple Erased My Hard Drive
Detailed information about hepatitis B and C. PegIntron, Rebetron, Pegasys,Rebetol and ribavirin are Category Health Conditions and Diseases Liver hepatitis......hepatitis DOCTOR HOME. Welcome to patients with chronic viral hepatitisB or C and to their loved ones. We can cure about half of
My computer crashed February 6th, and Apple erased my hard drive with all of my email.I still love my I Book from Apple. Give your Dell computer to someone else and get an Apple. You will love it. Please resend your email if it is prior toFeb 6th. I have 44emails to answer. You can thank your senators and congressmen and congresswomen for HIPAA. This federal law regulates the electronic exchange of health care information and forbids me to email you your lab tests. You will have to take time out of your busy schedule to come and see me and get your test results. I am now forbidden by law to email them to you. Sorry, but I have to to be HIPPAA compliant. The FBI and CIA can probably wiretap anyone they please after 9-11, but a patient cannot communicate with his or her doctor by email. Is this a great country or what? If you do not vote, you cannot complain. Please repeal this stupid law. God bless America. Ben Cecil, MD

54. Chronic Hepatitis C: Current Disease Management
An introduction, risk factors and transmission, clinical symptoms and signs, testing, biopsy, diagnosis Category Health Conditions and Diseases Liver hepatitis......Introduction. The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is one of the most importantcauses of chronic liver disease in the United States. It accounts
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What I Need To Know About Hepatitis C
The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is one of the most important causes of chronic liver disease in the United States. It accounts for about 15 percent of acute viral hepatitis, 60 to 70 percent of chronic hepatitis, and up to 50 percent of cirrhosis, end-stage liver disease, and liver cancer. Almost 4 million Americans, or 1.8 percent of the U.S. population, have antibody to HCV (anti-HCV), indicating ongoing or previous infection with the virus. Hepatitis C causes an estimated 10,000 to 12,000 deaths annually in the United States. A distinct and major characteristic of hepatitis C is its tendency to cause chronic liver disease. At least 75 percent of patients with acute hepatitis C ultimately develop chronic infection, and most of these patients have accompanying chronic liver disease. Chronic hepatitis C varies greatly in its course and outcome. At one end of the spectrum are patients who have no signs or symptoms of liver disease and completely normal levels of serum liver enzymes. Liver biopsy usually shows some degree of chronic hepatitis, but the degree of injury is usually mild, and the overall prognosis may be good. At the other end of the spectrum are patients with severe hepatitis C who have symptoms, HCV RNA in serum, and elevated serum liver enzymes, and who ultimately develop cirrhosis and end-stage liver disease. In the middle of the spectrum are many patients who have few or no symptoms, mild to moderate elevations in liver enzymes, and an uncertain prognosis.

55. National Hepatitis C Coalition Online
Information about this organization which provides education and support through online communications .Category Health Conditions and Diseases Liver hepatitis......The original nationwide hepatitis C coalition of patients and families, providingeducation and support through online communications, 24 hour HepLine, and
SITE CONTENTS HepLinks HepChat Kev's Story Kev's Regimen ... Home The National Hepatitis C Coalition, Inc.
is a
tax-exempt corporation under
IRC 501(c)(3).
Contributions are tax deductible.
The National Hepatitis C Coalition, Inc. is the original non-profit,
tax-exempt hepatitis C coalition of patients and families dedicated to providing education and support through online communications, hep C hotline, and grassroots support across America. We are advocates for increased awareness and recognition of the seriousness of hepatitis C, and our purpose is to help others learn how to live with the disease while we all fight for stepped up research to find effective treatments, cures and vaccines. NATIONAL HEPATITIS C COALITION, INC.
P.O. Box 5058
Hemet, CA 92544
National HepLine: 909.658.4414

56. Hepatitis C In Maine
Provides education and information about hepatitis C support groups.
Global Prevalence of Hepatitis C Take the Hepatitis C Awareness Test For the most recent Hepatitis C news and information, check out the Medical News section.
The more you know, the more you can
work with your doctor for better health.
Updated November 1, 2002

"This website provides health information for your general knowledge. Concerns about a medical conditioneither your own or that of a family member, should always be addressed to your primary care physician for advice and care appropriate to your specific medical needs. We do not recommend self-diagnosis or self-management of health problems that should be attended to by health care professionals."

57. Hepatitis A Information, News, Law And Resources.
Offers information on hepatitis (A, B, C) infection including symptoms, treatment and vaccine.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Liver hepatitis......About hepatitis. hepatitis symptom infection cases information on hepatitis.Offers hepatitis vaccine abc treatment information. days

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58. CNN - USDA: Berries Shipped To Schools May Contain Hepatitis - Apr. 2, 1997
USDA: Berries shipped to schools may contain hepatitis
Packer could face criminal felony charges, sources say
April 2, 1997
Web posted at: 2:05 p.m. EST (1905 GMT) In this story: LOS ANGELES (CNN) Schoolchildren in six states may have been exposed to the hepatitis A virus by eating contaminated frozen strawberries that were shipped to school cafeterias. The processor and packer of the berries could face criminal charges, sources told CNN. The affected states
Arizona California Georgia Iowa Michigan Tennessee The United States Department of Agriculture, which provides surplus food to school lunch programs, distributed the berries. Map of the affected states Initial reports indicated 16 states and the District of Columbia might have received tainted strawberries and had been asked to "put a hold" on the fruit. But on Wednesday, the USDA and the Food and Drug Administration said only six states received berries believed linked to an outbreak in Michigan because all bore the same lot number. Those states, in addition to Michigan, are Arizona, California, Georgia, Iowa and Tennessee. Nine other states and Washington, D.C., received shipments from the same company, but the berries bore different lot numbers, the agencies said. Those states are Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota and Wisconsin.

59. CNN - Study: Hepatitis C May Trigger Jump In Need For Liver Transplants - Novemb

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November 9, 1998
Web posted at: 10:48 p.m. EST (0348 GMT) CHICAGO (CNN) Hepatitis C infections could cause a more than five-fold increase in the demand for liver transplants over the next decade, according to a study released Monday. University of Florida researcher Dr. Gary Davis estimates a 528 percent increase in transplant demand by 2008, due in large part to hepatitis C. In addition, Davis predicts the number of people dying from hepatitis C will triple over the next decade, to about 30,000 a year. The study, released at a meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, was based on a projection of current infection rates. Davis said that "cases with major complications of chronic hepatitis C will increase dramatically unless effective treatment can be developed."

60. Hepatitis Publications
hepatitis publications a look at the causes, symptoms and treatments.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Liver hepatitis......hepatitis AE and Beyond, Viral hepatitis A to E and Beyond how to preventand treat these diseases. What I need to know about hepatitis A,
Viral Hepatitis A to E and Beyond
An overview of hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E viruses, including how each disease is spread, who is at risk, and how to prevent and treat these diseases. What I need to know about Hepatitis A
An introduction to the causes, symptoms, and treatments for hepatitis A.
pdf version

Lo que necesito saber sobre la Hepatitis A

What I need to know about Hepatitis B

An introduction to the causes, symptoms, and treatments for hepatitis B.
pdf version

Lo que necesito saber sobre la Hepatitis B

What I need to know about Hepatitis C

An introduction to the causes, symptoms, and treatments for hepatitis C. pdf version Lo que necesito saber sobre la Hepatitis C Vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B An overview of doses and schedules for the hepatitis A and B vaccinations and who should receive them. Chronic Hepatitis C: Current Disease Management A description of chronic hepatitis C, including risk factors and modes of transmission, as well as diagnosis and treatment. Chronic Hepatitis C Treatment Algorithm Mobile Channel Formatted for download onto a handheld computer.

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