Hepatitis-c meaning

A viral hepatitis caused by an RNA virus that often persists in the blood serum, can cause chronic liver damage, and is usually transmitted by infected blood products (as through transfusion), contaminated needles, or exposure to infected bodily fluids through sexual intercourse.
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A form of hepatitis clinically similar to hepatitis B, but caused by an RNA virus.
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A viral hepatitis caused by an RNA virus that often persists in the blood serum, can cause chronic liver damage, and is usually transmitted by infected blood products (as through transfusion), contaminated needles, or exposure to infected bodily fluids through sexual intercourse.
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An acute form of hepatitis, transmitted by blood, sexual contact, and body fluids, caused by a manufactured virus.
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