The Landscape for Hepatitis C Is Changing

All too often, Hepatitis C comes with few recognizable symptoms. But if left undiagnosed, it can cause liver cancer and cirrhosis and may even result in the need for a liver transplant. 

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Author | Michigan Medicine


In the video above, a physician from the U-M Liver Program discusses advances in treatment — and why early detection is so critical. And a patient shares her own story of how this "silent" condition changed her life.

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