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  1. Guia Sobre La Hepatitis C: Para la comunidad hispana (Spanish Edition) by Samuel J. Daniel MDFACPFACG, Temima Markovits RPA-C, et all 2007-01-01
  2. Hepatitis A to G: The Facts You Need to Know About All the Forms of This Dangerous Disease by Alan Berkman, Nicholas Bakalar, 2001-05-01
  3. Winning the Hepatitis C Battle: Understanding the Disease and how to treat it successfully by Shekhar Challa, 2003-10-01
  4. Hepatitis B Virus and Immune Reponse (Nova Biomedical) by S. Fiorino, R. Vukotic, et all 2008-07
  5. Hepatitis C Virus, An Issue of Clinics in Liver Disease (The Clinics: Internal Medicine) by K. Rajender Reddy MD, David Kaplan MD, 2008-08-11
  6. Hepatitis: Webster's Timeline History, 2005 by Icon Group International, 2009-02-20
  7. Hepatitis B virus antigens in tissues by M. B Ray, 1979
  8. Viral Hepatitis: Practical Evaluation and Treatment by Teddy F. Barder, Teddy Bader, 2000-08-15
  9. Akute und chronische Hepatitis C. Epidemiologie, Diagnostik, Therapie. by Klaus-Peter Maier, 2002-11-01
  10. Chronic Active Hepatitis: The Mayo Clinic Experience (Gastroenterology Series) by Albert J. Czaja, 1986-08
  11. Hepatitis: Webster's Timeline History, 1986 - 1993 by Icon Group International, 2009-02-20
  12. Virus Hepatitis (Bailliere's Clinical Gastroenterology) by Sheila Sherlock, 1980-01
  13. Battling the Big B: Hepatitis B in New Zealand by Vivien Edwards, 2007-01
  14. Viral Hepatitis (Clinical gastroenterology monograph series) by Raymond S. Koff, 1979-04-04

81. Hepatitis Control Report

82. HCV-KA - ICQ-Liste/Diskussionsforum/Homepage
Die lokale Selbsthilfegruppe m¶chte mit ihren Seiten und allen, die auch von hepatitis C betroffen sind, Mut machen. Auch eine Linksammlung steht zur Verf¼gung.
Hepatitis C ... Selbsthilfe
e.V. ICQ-Liste Diskussionsforum Homepage Sorry, this site is not available in english ! We are a local support group for people infected with Hepatitis C in the city of Karlsruhe, Germany. Disculpas, nuestra página no está a disposición en español ! Nosotros somos un gruppo local de autoayuda para las personas con Hepatitis C en la ciudad de Karlsruhe-Alemania. Pardon, ce site web n'est pas disponible en francais ! Nous sommes un association local des personnes concernées par Hepatitis C de la ville Karlsruhe, Allemagne.

83. Hepatitis A
Hepatitis A
[ Hepatitis A ] Hepatitis B Influenza Varicela Meningitis
Primera Dosis Segunda Dosis Tercera Dosis Consultorio Libro de Visitas Ligas Interesantes Preguntas ... Tema del Mes
Monclova, Coahuila MEXICO
e-mail: Tel y Fax: (86) 33 36 00
Emergencias: (86) 31 22 99 clave 651

84. Hepatitis C Outreach Project
Our mission is to inspire, support and enhance community efforts toward prevention,awareness, education, and treatment of hepatitis C and promote organ
Advisory Board David Gretch, MD,Ph.D Director of Virology University of Washington
Seattle, Washington Patricia Daly, MD Director of Epidemiology
Vancouver-Richmond Health Board
Vancouver, British Columbia Dan Labriola, ND Naturopathic Physician
Northwest Natural Health Specialty Care Clinic
Seattle, Washington Anne Larson, MD Department of Hepatology
Liver Transplantation
University of Washington Medical Center
Seattle, Washington Lounette Humphreys, MD Psychiatrist
University Psychiatric Services
Louisville, KY Teresa Hanbey Executive Director Board of Directors Virginia Lester, MSN President Pamala Sacks, RN Minority Outreach John Motter CPA Our mission is to inspire, support and enhance community efforts toward prevention, awareness, education, and treatment of hepatitis C and promote organ donation. We are committed to working with any organization, agency, or professional individual to develop partnerships resulting in quality programming and good public decision making based on accurate information regarding hepatitis C. We offer our resources and services freely in a spirit of goodwill and generosity, ever mindful of our purpose. We need Your help!

85. Infection Spotlight
Provides information on a variety of infectious diseases including STDs, skin infections, meningitis, hepatitis, pneumonia, and infectious mononucleosis.

86. Hepatitis Week -- Your Online Hepatitis Newsletter
Latest news about hepatitis A, B and C. Log in required to read the newsletter. No log in required Category Health Conditions and Diseases Liver hepatitis......The site is the most comprehensive source of hepatitis news, updated daily, withinformation on developments and treatments in hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and
"The Best Way to Keep Up on Breakthroughs and Advances" Preview for Hepatitis Week of April 13, 2003 / Vol. 3 No. 15 News will be aired here as we get it while it's "news" Current Issue for Week of April 6 , 2003/ Vol. 3 No. 14 FDA Approves Test to Measure Hepatitis C Virus RNA ... Hepatitis Week Archives Previous Issues Available Here For More Information, Please See "About This Site," or contact us at: Last Updated: We subscribe to the HONcode principles of the HON Foundation. Medical Week, LLC

87. REBETRON® Combination Therapy
Rebetron is the complete source for information about hepatitis especially hepatitis C, understanding risk factors for hepatitis and management and treatment of hepatitis.
Quick Links Hepatitis Risk Assessment Resources FAQs What Is Hepatitis? How Is Hepatitis Spread? Treatment for Hepatitis Living with Hepatitis The Importance of Treatment
See also
Please see Important Safety Information
Anemia associated with therapy may exacerbate symptoms of coronary disease or deteriorate cardiac function. It is advised that complete blood counts (CBC) be obtained at baseline and at weeks 2 and 4 of therapy or more frequently if clinically indicated.
The most common adverse experiences associated with therapy are "flu-like" symptoms, such as headache, fatigue, myalgia, and fever, which appear to decrease in severity as treatment continues. Severe psychiatric adverse events, including depression, psychoses, aggressive behavior, hallucinations, violent behavior (suicidal ideation, suicidal attempts, suicides), and rare instances of homicidal ideation have occurred during combination REBETOL/INTRON A therapy, both in patients with and without a previous psychiatric disorder.
Combination REBETOL/INTRON A therapy must not be used by women, or male partners of women, who are or may become pregnant during therapy and during the 6 months after stopping therapy. Combination REBETOL/INTRON A therapy should not be initiated until a report of a negative pregnancy test has been obtained immediately prior to initiation of therapy. Women of childbearing potential and men must use effective contraception (two reliable forms) during treatment and during the 6-month posttreatment follow-up period. Significant teratogenic and/or embryocidal effects have been demonstrated for ribavirin in all animal species in which adequate studies have been conducted. These effects occurred at doses as low as one twentieth of the recommended human dose of REBETOL. If pregnancy occurs in a patient or partner of a patient during treatment or during the 6 months after treatment stops, physicians are encouraged to report such cases by calling (800) 727-7064.

88. HLÖ Hepatitis Liga Österreich - Willkommen
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Das Forum erkl¤rt den Aufbau der Leber, die Funktionen und informiert ¼ber Lebererkrankungen wie hepatitis und Leberzirrhose.
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90. Hepatitis C Resource Centers (HCRC)
Mission. Education. News/Events. Search. Research. Resources. Contacts. NewTopic This page has been accessed times since February 21, 2001. VA Home page,
New Topic: This page has been accessed times since February 21, 2001.
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91. CNN - Thousands Get Hepatitis A Inoculation - Apr. 3, 1997
Thousands get hepatitis A inoculation
Officials tracking suspect berries in private sector
April 3, 1997
Web posted at: 11:20 p.m. EST (CNN) Thousands of children were inoculated against hepatitis A Thursday as federal officials investigated how Mexican-grown strawberries became tainted with the virus, and how many were distributed to retail outlets and restaurants. Students in Michigan, Arizona, California, Georgia, Iowa and Tennessee may have been exposed to the virus when they ate strawberries in school lunches. A L S O Consumer groups demand single food-safety agency Hepatitis proves berry bad for growers About 2,000 children in California and Georgia were inoculated Thursday against hepatitis A. More will get shots on Friday, and health officials in Arizona and Michigan plan inoculation plans of their own. One Los Angeles school served the suspect dessert cups on Monday after it was left off a list of schools warned last Friday. More than 700 kids and teachers at Mount Vernon Middle School will have to get shots next week. In Michigan the CDC confirmed 175 cases of hepatitis linked to the berries.

92. Hepatitis In Der Schweiz / Hepatite En Suisse

93. Journal Of Viral Hepatitis
Similar pages Hepatits A Translate this page hepatitis A Die Inkubationszeit beträgt ca. zwei Wochen bis zweiMonate, Todesfälle an hepatitis A allein sind extrem selten.

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94. CNN - Two-drug Mix Better At Fighting Hepatitis C - November 18, 1998

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November 18, 1998
Web posted at: 11:05 p.m. EST (0405 GMT) WASHINGTON (CNN) Researchers have found a more effective way of treating people with the potentially deadly liver disease hepatitis C, according to research published in this week's New England Journal of Medicine. Two studies found that using two drugs in combination worked better than the standard single medicine, interferon. Until recently, interferon was the only therapy available for patients with chronic hepatitis C. But it was successful in only about 15 percent of patients, and the virus often comes back once treatment is stopped. In July of this year, the Food and Drug Administration approved the drug ribavirin to be used in combination with interferon only for patients suffering relapses in hepatitis C after initial treatment with interferon. The combined drug is being marketed as Rebetol by pharmaceutical maker Schering-Plough, which helped pay for the two studies published in the journal. Research using the two drugs in combination showed a "dramatic improvement in response, about tenfold better" than interferon alone, said the University of Miami's Dr. Eugene Shiff, co-author of one of the two studies.

95. Hepatitis B
Translate this page hepatitis B Einige Ähnlichkeiten zu hepatitis A bestehen, jedoch findensich für den Patienten auch ganz wesentliche Unterschiede.
AA-Homepage Gesundheitsdienst Merkblätter Hepatitis B
Hepatitis B
Bitte beachten Sie in jedem Fall den untenstehenden Haftungsausschluss. Die Infektion
Das Krankheitsbild
Die Diagnose
Die Therapie
Prophylaxe / Impfung
Umgang mit Hepatitis B-Kranken
Für den Hepatitis B-Erkrankten gilt
Gelbsucht anderer Ursache
Die Infektion: Die Hepatitis B (infektiöse Gelbsucht vom Virustyp B) ist, wie die Hepatitis A , eine weltweit, besonders in den Tropen verbreitete Virusinfektion der Leber. Einige Ähnlichkeiten zu Hepatitis A bestehen, jedoch finden sich für den Patienten auch ganz wesentliche Unterschiede. Die Virusinfektion führt zu Funktionseinschränkungen der Leber, der Gallenfarbstoff kann nicht mehr normal ausgeschieden werden und wird bei einem Teil der Patienten als Gelbfärbung sichtbar ("Gelbsucht"). Die Infektion erfolgt i.d.R. durch Sexualkontakte, die Hepatitis B-Infektion gilt deshalb als Geschlechtskrankheit, auch wenn andere Übertragungswege gelegentlich vorkommen: durch Spritzen, Kanülen, Bluttransfusionen oder unter der Geburt. Auch intensiver sozialer Kontakt (über Jahre), wie z.B. Mutter/Kind-Beziehung soll eine Infektion möglich machen. Der genaue Weg dieser Ansteckung ist nicht klar. Das Krankheitsbild: Die Erkrankung verläuft relativ oft unbemerkt. Neben der Gelbfärbung der Haut und vielen Allgemeinsymptomen incl. Kreislaufproblemen, Übelkeit, Durchfall, allgemeine Schwäche oder auch psychische Reaktionen gibt es bei der Hepatitis B auch seltene, hochgefährlich verlaufende akute Erkrankungen:

96. CNN - Hepatitis Proves Berry Bad For Growers - Apr. 3, 1997
Hepatitis proves berry bad for growers
Price, demand drop for strawberries
April 3, 1997
Web posted at: 11:20 p.m. EST From Correspondent Rusty Dornin SAN FRANCISCO (CNN) News that frozen strawberries from Mexico were contaminated with the Hepatitis A virus may have hexed the U.S. berry market for the rest of the growing season. About 80 percent of the strawberries grown in the United States come from California. And while they may be red, ripe and perfectly safe to eat, fears over contamination won't go away quickly. A L S O Consumer groups demand single food-safety agency Thousands get hepatitis A inoculation (1MB/29 sec. QuickTime movie "The prices have definitely been affected," says Scott Salisbury, a produce broker. "Already, there's been as much as $2 off the wholesale price of berries, and there has been some reluctance to purchase." The hepatitis scare is something of a one-two punch for strawberry farmers. Last year, the fruit was initially blamed for bacterial contamination later found to be caused by raspberries imported from Central America. The fact that the most recent scare involves school lunches, found to be contaminated with frozen strawberries, may have compounded the problem. Produce sellers fear that because kids got sick, parents might be reluctant to buy strawberries this season, period.

97. Hepatitis C
hepatitis C. What is hepatitis? hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver. Inflammationcauses soreness and swelling. How does hepatitis affect the liver?
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Hepatitis C What is hepatitis?
Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver. Inflammation causes soreness and swelling. Hepatitis can be caused by many things. Drinking too much alcohol, abusing drugs and taking some medicines can cause hepatitis. Many viruses can cause hepatitis, too. There are 2 main kinds of hepatitis, acute hepatitis and chronic hepatitis. When a person has hepatitis, the liver may become inflamed very suddenly. This is called acute hepatitis. If you have acute hepatitis, you might have nausea, vomiting, fever and body aches. Or you may not have any symptoms. Most people get over the acute inflammation in a few days or a few weeks. Sometimes, however, the inflammation doesn't go away. When the inflammation doesn't go away, the person has chronic hepatitis. How does hepatitis affect the liver? The liver breaks down waste products in your blood. When the liver is inflamed, it doesn't do a good job of getting rid of waste products. One waste product in the blood, called bilirubin (say "billy-roo-bin"), begins to build up in the blood and tissues when the liver isn't working right. The bilirubin makes the skin of a person with hepatitis turn a yellow-orange color. This is called jaundice (say "john-dis"). Bilirubin and other waste products may also cause itching, nausea, fever and body aches. What is hepatitis C?

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99. Hepatitis B And C
hepatitis B and C. What are chronic hepatitis B and chronic hepatitisC? hepatitis hepatitis. How does a person get hepatitis B or C?
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Hepatitis B and C What are chronic hepatitis B and chronic hepatitis C?
Hepatitis B and C are similar kinds of liver infection that are caused by viruses. Chronic hepatitis B and C are long-term infections of the liver that develop after a bout of acute hepatitis. How does a person get hepatitis B or C? Hepatitis B or C can be caught in different ways. Hepatitis B and hepatitis C are spread by contact with infected blood or other body fluids of people who have hepatitis B or C infection. For example, you can get hepatitis B and C by having sex with an infected person. People who use intravenous drugs can get hepatitis B or C when they share needles with someone who has the virus. Health care workers, such as nurses, lab technicians and doctors, can get these infections if they are accidentally stuck with a needle that was used on an infected patient. What are the symptoms of acute hepatitis B or C? Symptoms of hepatitis B or C include headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, jaundice (the skin turns yellow), weakness and fatigue. Bowel movements may be gray in color. The urine may be dark and look like tea. Sometimes, though, hepatitis is a mild illness. If you have a mild case of hepatitis, you may not even realize that you have it. It may not cause symptoms or may only cause symptoms similar to the stomach flu. You might think you have the flu, and not know you have hepatitis.

100. Welcome To The Hepatitis B Foundation
Mutual support and information network for persons affected by hepatitis B. Includes information on online support groups at their web site.
Home of the HBF The Hepatitis B Foundation is a national non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure and improving the quality of life of those affected by hepatitis B worldwide through research, education, and patient advocacy. Help Support the Cause to advance our mission!
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