Acute hepatitis c

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Acute hepatitis c - a new infection by the hepatitis c virus, which can be detected in blood. Signs and symptoms may include right upper quadrant abdominal pain, jaundice, dark urine, white stools and nausea. Approximately 15%-25% individuals clear the virus from their bodies without treatment. 75%-85% individuals develop chronic hepatitis c. There are possible treatments depending on individual characteristics.

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