The biggest myths about hepatitis B uncovered

hepatitis C: bright pink 3D liver in blue body
A large Australian study has found huge gaps in knowledge about hepatitis – which could lead to liver disease and cancer, Cancer Council Victoria says. ““Misunderstandings of transmission could have the potential to marginalise patients from Asian cultures where sharing food is an important cultural norm,” says co-author of the study Chris Enright, Manager of

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