Quiz: How Much Do You Know About the History of Hepatitis C?

Joanna Pangilinan, PharmD


September 16, 2014

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Some think that the main genotypes of HCV had a common viral ancestor about 400 years ago. However, this amount of time may be too limited in scope as HCV, a virus that does not spread and evolve rapidly because of bloodborne transmission, is found around the world, even in remote areas.[2]


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