Hepatitis C is usually transmitted through blood. Without treatment the liver can be permanently damaged, potentially resulting in liver cirrhosis and cancer. What treatments are available?
Twelve people have been infected with Hepatitis C after undergoing surgery involving an anesthetist who also had the disease. It remains unclear if the disease was spread through negligence or intentionally.
In an exclusive interview with DW, Nobel Prize winner Harald zur Hausen talks about cancer-causing viruses and his incomprehension towards vaccination scpeticism.
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