Viral hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver caused by a virus. In the United States, the most common types of viral hepatitis are Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C.
Hepatitis B is a chronic form of Hepatitis that can cause individuals to develop liver complications such as liver cancer, and cirrhosis.
Did you know that incidence of hepatitis A and hepatitis C in the United States has increased significantly from 2014 to 2018?
The word hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. Viral hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver.
Millions of Americans are living with hepatitis in its many forms and do not know that they have it.
If You Are a Baby Boomer, Here’s Another Item for Your “To Do” List: Get Tested for Hepatitis C.
This article addresss the most common questions about hepatitis C in children and adolescents.
Leading hepatologist and hepatitis C expert Gregory Everson, M.D. provides state-of-the-science information to guide patients through the diagnosis and treatment of hepatitis C.