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what's the diff b/w hepA and HepB... I hear there is a HepC? what's the difference? Aren't they caused by the same virus?


I think the letters are for severity. Example A is very cureable and treatble, same with B but A is from oral contact while B is from fluid exchange (sex, blood etc). C is from blood to blood contact and most often an infected person does not know he has hep c until permanent liver damage has occured.


next time we will hear bout a hep D or E!


I think you die by the time it reaches Hep D/E =(


C is deadly already...