Rodents pave the way for an eventual hepatitis C vaccine

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Rodents pave the way for an eventual hepatitis C vaccine

Could there be a hepatitis C vaccine one day?

Viral infections are some of the most difficult problems medical professionals have to face. They can be highly contagious, easily spread, and very difficult to treat. This is why most viral infections, such as the common cold, are only managed by treating the symptoms until the body can effectively eliminate the foreign organism.

Not all viral infections are defeated with time. Such as is the case with the hepatitis virus. While there exist several types (types A, B, C, D, and E), hepatitis C is an infection that infects a person for years if not their entire lives.

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