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  1. User's Guide to Treating Hepatitis Naturally (Basic Health Publications User's Guide) by Douglas MacKay, 2005-06
  2. Novel Therapies in Hepatitis C Virus, An Issue of Clinics in Liver Disease (The Clinics: Internal Medicine) by Paul J. Pockros MD, 2009-08-19
  3. Chronic Viral Hepatitis: Diagnosis and Therapeutics (Clinical Gastroenterology)
  4. Learn About Hepatitis and Your Liver by George Mitchell, 2008-03-01
  5. Hepatitis (Diseases and People) by Alvin Silverstein, Virginia B. Silverstein, et all 1994-12
  6. Hepatitis and Liver Cancer: A National Strategy for Prevention and Control of Hepatitis B and C by Committee on the Prevention and Control of Viral Hepatitis Infection, Institute of Medicine, 2010-01-11
  7. The War Against Hepatitis B: A History of the International Task Force on Hepatitis B Immunization by William Muraskin, 1995-05
  8. Hepatitis C: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)
  9. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Hepatitis B: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-08
  10. The Cure of Chronic Hepatitis B: One Man's Cure One Family's Experience by Kunmi Oluleye, Ibiyinka Oluleye, et all 1997-01
  11. Hepatitis B and C: Management and Treatment, Second Edition by Thierry Poynard, 2004-08-25
  12. Viral Hepatitis Molecular Biology Diagnosis and Control, Volume 10 (Perspectives in Medical Virology)
  13. Silent Storm: Finding Spiritual Shelter During Hepatitis C by Mark Prater, C. L. Carden, 2005-02-04
  14. Hepatitis B and D Protocols: Volume 2: Immunology, Model Systems, and Clinical Studies (Methods in Molecular Medicine)

41. VA National Hepatitis C Program
The Veterans Affairs National hepatitis C Web site provides information about viral hepatitis for health care providers inside and outside the VA system,
var MenuLinkedBy='AllWebMenus [2]', awmBN='494'; awmAltUrl=''; Home Welcome! The Veterans Affairs National Hepatitis C Web site provides information about viral hepatitis for health care providers inside and outside the VA system, veterans, and the general public. We welcome your feedback Educational Resources for Providers Treatment guidelines, in-depth information, clinician tools, journal articles, patient handouts, and more Patient's Corner Basic information on hepatitis C for patients, their families, and the general public VA Information Highlights Working with Patients: Hepatitis C treatment Practical information for providers about anti-hepatitis C treatment. Includes the Patient Treatment Tracking Chart Management of Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders in Patients with Hepatitis C A guide for VA clinicians, mental health specialists, and social workers VA Hepatitis C Prevalence Study Results and VA Hepatitis C Program Actions Results of a recently published VA study on prevalence of and risk factors for hepatitis C Interferon and Ribavirin Treatment Side Effects A guide to managing treatment side effects Updated clinical summaries: Hepatitis C Genotypes and Quasispecies Hepatitis C and Hepatocellular Carcinoma Liver Transplantation Hepatitis C Quicknotes (for Palm devices) Downloadable summary of the Treatment Recommendations intended for Palm handheld devices Hepatitis C: Military-Related Blood Exposures, Risk Factors, VA Care

42. Sharp Advice Needle Exchange
A nonprofit, community based agency currently sponsored by the AIDS Coalition of Cape Breton. Purpose is to reduce the risk of blood borne pathogens such as HIV / AIDS, and hepatitis B and C within the needle using community.
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43. WHO Fact Sheets
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44. Hardin MD : Digestive System & Intestinal Diseases
From the University of Iowa, lists of Internet sources in gastroenterology and digestive diseases, including liver and intestinal diseases (hepatitis, Crohns Disease, irritable bowel syndrome).
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45. WHO | Hepatitis
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Hepatitis This page provides links to descriptions of activities, reports, news and events, as well as contacts and cooperating partners in the various WHO programmes and offices working on this topic. Also shown are links to related web sites and topics. MeSH scope note: Inflammation of the liver and liver disease involving degenerative or necrotic alterations of hepatocytes. RELATED SITES International travel and health
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46. Hepatitis Magazine
Online version for hepatitis B and C sufferers. Read sample articles, news briefs and personal stories. Subscription links.
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CHICAGO (AP) A study of three large Vietnamese-American communities found extremely low rates of vaccination among youngsters for hepatitis B, a sometimes fatal liver disease that is prevalent among Vietnamese adults. Poor access to health care as well as treatment by doctors whose training in Vietnam did not emphasize preventive care were among possible reasons cited for the low rates.

48. Hepatitis B
Although relatively rare in the United States, hepatitis B is endemic in parts of Postexposure prophylaxis with hepatitis B immune globulin is also
Hepatitis B
By Howard J. Worman, M. D.
The Hepatitis B Virus (HBV)
HBV is a mostly double-stranded DNA virus in the Hepadnaviridae family. HBV causes hepatitis in human and related virus in this family cause hepatitis in ducks, ground squirrels and woodchucks. The HBV genome has four genes: pol, env, pre-core and X that respectively encode the viral DNA-polymerase, envelope protein, pre-core protein (which is processed to viral capsid) and protein X. The function of protein X is not clear but it may be involved in the activation of host cell genes and the development of cancer.
Risk Factors for HBV Infection
Although relatively rare in the United States, hepatitis B is endemic in parts of Asia where hundreds of millions of individuals may be infected. HBV is transmitted horizontally by blood and blood products and sexual transmission. It is also transmitted vertically from mother to infant in the perinatal period which is a major mode of transmission in regions where hepatitis B is endemic. The blood supply in developed countries has been screened for HBV for many years and at present transmission by blood transfusion is extremely rare. Major routes of transmission among adults in Western countries are intravenous drug use and sexual contact. The risk of HBV infection is notably high in promiscuous homosexual men but it is also transmitted sexually from men to women and women to men. Transmission is probably prevented by correct use of condoms. Health care workers and patients receiving hemodialysis are also at increased risk of infection.

49. Hepatitis - Cure With Herbs - Ljekovito Bilje, Alternativna Medicina, Zdravlje
Prirodni preparati pripremani po posebnoj proceduri su provjereni put za ozdravljenje i provjereni lijek za hepatitis.
Medicinal herbs - CURE WITH HERB PREPARATIONS !!! Deutch Akutni Hepatitis Hrvatski
Only by using herb preparations prepared under a special recipe I assist successfully in curing chronic liver diseases:
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Ausschliesslich mit Heilpflanzenpräparaten, vorbereitet nach spezieller Rezeptur, helfe ich erfolgreich bei der Heilung von chronischen Lebererkrankungen:
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50. Hepatitis C
NEW The hepatitis C Sourcebook. By Howard J. Worman, MD. The hepatitis C Virus (HCV). HCV was discovered in 1989 by investigators at Chiron, Inc. Portions
Hepatitis C
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NEW: The Hepatitis C Sourcebook. By Howard J. Worman, M. D.
The Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)
HCV was discovered in 1989 by investigators at Chiron, Inc. Portions of the HCV genome were isolated by screening cDNA expression libraries made from RNA and DNA from chimpanzees infected with serum from a patient with post-transfusion non-A, non-B hepatitis. [Prior to the discovery of HCV, hepatitis following blood transfusion that was not caused by hepatitis A or hepatitis B was referred to as non-A, non-B hepatitis]. To identify portions of the genome that encoded viral proteins, the libraries were screened with antibodies from patients who had non-A, non-B hepatitis. These investigators went on to show that the virus they identified was responsible for the vast majority of cases of non-A, non-B hepatitis. They called the new virus hepatitis C virus (HCV). Subsequently, the complete genomes of various HCV isolates were cloned and sequenced by several groups. HCV is a positive, single-stranded RNA virus in the

51. CHCN - Home
Umbrella organization for communitybased support groups across Canada. Includes locations and meeting times for each group.
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Overview Recognizing the need to speak with a strong, unified voice, Hepatitis C groups from across Canada formed the first-ever Canadian Hepatitis C Network. Our network, an umbrella organization for Hepatitis C support groups, believes community-based groups have a vital role in working with governments, healthcare professionals, and other institutions to assure a coordinated, comprehensive strategy for dealing with hepatitis C in Canada. Top Priority: Access To Treatment We are also pleased to announce that the strategy document, Rational and Recomendations for a Hepatitis C Strategy is available for download in PDF format.
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52. FDA/CFSAN Bad Bug Book Hepatitis A Virus
Features organism, symptoms, diagnosis, associated foods, complications, and outbreaks.
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Hepatitis A Virus
1. Name of the Organism:
Hepatitis A Virus Hepatitis A virus (HAV) is classified with the enterovirus group of the Picornaviridae family. HAV has a single molecule of RNA surrounded by a small (27 nm diameter) protein capsid and a buoyant density in CsCl of 1.33 g/ml. Many other picornaviruses cause human disease, including polioviruses, coxsackieviruses, echoviruses, and rhinoviruses (cold viruses). 2. Nature of Acute Disease: The term hepatitis A (HA) or type A viral hepatitis has replaced all previous designations: infectious hepatitis, epidemic hepatitis, epidemic jaundice, catarrhal jaundice, infectious icterus, Botkins disease, and MS-1 hepatitis. 3. Nature of Disease: CDC Case Definition What is a "Case Definition"? Overview of Public Health Surveillance Hepatitis A is usually a mild illness characterized by sudden onset of fever, malaise, nausea, anorexia, and abdominal discomfort, followed in several days by jaundice. The infectious dose is unknown but presumably is 10-100 virus particles. 4. Diagnosis of Human Illness:

53. Serum Institute Of India | Manufacturer Of Vaccines & Immuno-biologicals - GMP V
Manufacturers triple antigen for diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis, and formulations for measles, mumps, rubella and hepatitis B. Includes overview of research, quality assurance, other products, and branches throughout the country.
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54. FDA/CFSAN Bad Bug Book Hepatitis E Virus
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports on hepatitis E Virus at Centers for Note This disease should not be confused with hepatitis C, also called
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Hepatitis E Virus
1. Name of the Organism:
Hepatitis E Virus Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) has a particle diameter of 32-34 nm, a buoyant density of 1.29 g/ml in KTar/Gly gradient, and is very labile. Serologically related smaller (27-30 nm) particles are often found in feces of patients with Hepatitis E and are presumed to represent degraded viral particles. HEV has a single-stranded polyadenylated RNA genome of approximately 8 kb. Based on its physicochemical properties it is presumed to be a calici -like virus. 2. Nature of Acute Disease: The disease caused by HEV is called hepatitis E, or enterically transmitted non-A non-B hepatitis (ET-NANBH). Other names include fecal-oral non-A non-B hepatitis,and A-like non-A non-B hepatitis. Note: This disease should not be confused with hepatitis C, also called parenterally transmitted non-A non-B hepatitis (PT-NANBH), or B-like non-A non-B hepatitis, which is a common cause of hepatitis in the U.S. 3. Nature of Disease:

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56. Hepatitis
Informa sulle malattie infettive che colpiscono il fegato.
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La vaccinazione viene quindi raccomandata ai soggetti maggiormente a rischio di contagio. E P A T I T E - C E P A T I T E - D La trasmissione avviene per scambio di siringhe sporche di sangue infetto, attraverso i rapporti sessuali, con oggetti taglienti contaminati. E P A T I T E - E Non esiste un vaccino.

57. PEG-INTRON® Interferon Treatment For Hepatitis C
PEGINTRON is a hepatitis C Treatment Therapy Using Interferon Treatment.

58. Hepatitis C: An Epidemic For Anyone
This public health awareness site, hosted by Dr. C. Everett Koop, provides extensive information about hepatitis C and the hepatitis c epidemic.


Hepatitis C is a life-threatening, blood borne disease of the liver. It is caused by a virus, and is far more easily transmitted than HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. It is suspected that there are, at present, more than 4.5 million people in the United States that are infected with hepatitis C, and more than 200 million around the world - far more people than are infected with HIV. Hepatitis C is rapidly becoming a global epidemic, and this makes hepatitis C one of the greatest public health threats faced in this century, and perhaps one of the greatest threats to be faced in the next century. Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the liver, usually producing swelling and, in many cases, permanent damage to liver tissues. Liver disease strikes at the very heart of the body's functions and processes, and can be life-threatening. You cannot live without a liver. A number of different agents can cause hepatitis, including infectious diseases, chemical poisons, drugs and alcohol. Viral hepatitis refers to a set of at least six viruses that are known to cause hepatitis, which vary in their severity and characteristics. These are hepatitis A (HAV), hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV), hepatitis D (HDV), hepatitis E (HEV), and hepatitis G (HGV). Hepatitis C can lead to serious, permanent liver damage, and in many cases, death. The Hepatitis C (HCV) virus was identified in 1989. Unlike the other types of viral hepatitis, hepatitis C is very difficult for the immune system to overcome. Hepatitis C is a one of a special set of viruses, called RNA viruses, which can outmanuever the human immune system. They do this by mutating rapidly, often evolving faster than the immune system can develop an effective response to them. Infections by RNA viruses like Hepatitis C are hard to beat - and can be very dangerous.

59. Hepatitis Resource Center -
Resources on hepatitis, including articles, news, information, message forums and chat rooms, email, books, videos, newsletter, resource directory and more.
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