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Hepatitis C | Hepatitis Australia

information about hepatitis C testing, symptoms, treatment and cures

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Hepatitis B FAQs | Hepatitis Australia

Frequently asked questions about hepatitis B

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Hepatitis B vaccination | Hepatitis Australia

Hepatitis B can be prevented with a safe and effective vaccine.

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Hepatitis C FAQs | Hepatitis Australia

A series of commonly asked questions about hepatitis C.

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Preventing hepatitis C | Hepatitis Australia

How you can protect yourself against getting hepatitis C.

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Hepatitis A in children and teenagers | Raising Children Network

Hepatitis A is an inflammation of the liver, with symptoms like fever, nausea, diarrhoea and jaundice. Travel immunisation for hepatitis A is recommended.

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Hepatitis B virus infection in infants and children | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is hepatitis B? Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver

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Hepatitis C Virus Infection in Children | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is Hepatitis C? ‘Hepatitis’ is an inflammation of the liver

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What is Hepatitis C? | Symptoms & Signs | Hepatitis NSW

Hep C is an easily-cured liver infection, caused by the hepatitis C virus. Learn more about possible symptoms, risks & how to stay hep C free here.

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What Is Hepatitis B? | Symptoms & Signs | Hepatitis NSW

Hep B is a liver infection, caused by the hepatitis B virus. Many people don't know they are infected because symptoms vary. Learn more about hep B symptoms here.

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