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Hepatitis B and C linked to risk of Parkinson’s disease

The hepatitis C virus may be associated with an increased risk of Parkinson’s disease.

The hepatitis B and C viruses may lead to an increased risk of Parkinson’s disease, a new study claims.

Scientists say people who have been affected by either virus are up to 75 percent more likely to develop the neurological condition.

Based on recent research, one of the viruses’ manifestations outside the liver may include Parkinson’s disease.

Because the nervous system is already a known target of the virus once it leaves the liver, this may lead to a Parkinson’s diagnosis.

Read full article: Hepatitis B and C linked to risk of Parkinson’s disease  | Daily Mail Online

Read Full Article: Hepatitis B and C linked to risk of Parkinson’s disease  | Daily Mail Online

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