Hepatitis C Is Rapidly Spreading—And Baby Boomers Are Most At-Risk

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Hepatitis C Is Rapidly Spreading—And Baby Boomers Are Most At-Risk

Baby Boomers continue to be the most at risk group for hepatitis C.

Many of us have seen the commercials on television stating that people born from 1945 to 1965 have the highest rate of hepatitis C but most don’t know they’re infected.

This is a very sobering fact stated from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on this disease. The commercials go on to say that someone with hepatitis C can live for decades without any symptoms but over time the disease can cause serious health problems.

This should catch the attention of Baby Boomers. All Baby Boomers should get a blood test from their doctor to determine if they are infected with hepatitis C or not.

Read full article: Hepatitis C Is Rapidly Spreading—And Baby Boomers Are Most At-Risk | Observer

Read Full Article: Hepatitis C Is Rapidly Spreading—And Baby Boomers Are Most At-Risk | Observer

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