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A link between diabetes and hepatitis C

by: Peduli Hati Bangsa team (May 2024) The hepatitis C virus (HCV) spreads through contact with blood. This can cause acute or chronic infections. If HCV becomes chronic, the infection can cause liver damage and the development of other conditions, including diabetes. Numerous studies show a correlation between HCV and diabetes. Up to 33% of…

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Coordination meeting with several correctional facilities

28 March 2024 Hepatitis C learning program coordination meeting in correctional facilities in DKI Jakarta, Bali and West Java which discussed learning outcomes from the preparation, implementation, and evaluation stages, so that they could be used as a guide for program development in correctional facilities in other provinces.

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Hepatitis and it’s vaccines

Hepatitis is a general term that refers to inflammation or inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis can be caused by viruses or non-virals. Some of us may have heard about vaccines to prevent us from contracting the Hepatitis virus, but do all types of Hepatitis viruses have prevention in the form of a vaccine? Let’s look…

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Hepatitis on pregnant women

The common cause of jaundice in pregnancy is acute viral hepatitis. Hepatitis could be caused by diseases distinctively associated with pregnancy and those not distinctively associated with pregnancy. Diseases uniquely associated with pregnancy include acute fatty liver of pregnancy, hyperemesis gravidarum, intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy, severe pre-eclampsia, and HELLP syndrome (hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and…

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Hepatitis C Genotype

what is Hepatitis c genotype Hepatitis C (HCV) genotypes are different types of the HCV virus, which evolved over hundreds of years. The major genotypes branched off from an ancestral virus about 300-400 years ago.In the genetic code, all HCV genotypes have the same parts. However, when the original genotype changes, some differences appear in…