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         Hepatitis:     more books (100)
  1. Living with Hepatitis C, Fifth Edition: A Survivor's Guide by Gregory T. Everson, 2009-09-29
  2. Living With Hepatitis C For Dummies by Nina L. Paul, 2005-01-28
  3. The Hepatitis C Handbook by Matthew Dolan, 1999-04-12
  4. Healing Hepatitis C: A Patient and a Doctor on the Epidemic's Front Lines Tell You How to Recognize When You Are at Risk, Understand Hepatitis C Tests, Talk to Your Doctor About Hepatitis C, and Adv by Christopher Kennedy Lawford, Diana Sylvestre, 2009-05-01
  5. Triumph Over Hepatitis C by Lloyd Wright, 2004-09-23
  6. Hepatitis C Cookbook: Easy and Delicious Recipes by Heather Jeanne, 2004-10-01
  7. The Hepatitis C Help Book, Revised Edition: A Groundbreaking Treatment Program Combining Western and Eastern Medicine for Maximum Wellness and Healing by Robert Gish, Misha Ruth Cohen O.M.D.L. Ac., et all 2007-05-15
  8. Herbs for Hepatitis C and the Liver (A Storey Medicinal Herb Guide) by Stephen Harrod Buhner, 2000-07-01
  9. The First Year---Hepatitis B: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by William Finley Green, 2002-06-15
  10. Triumph Over Hepatitis C : An Alternative Medicine Solution Revised Edition by Lloyd Wright, 2000-08-23
  11. Bible Cure For Hepatitis C (Bible Cure Series) by DONALD COLBERT, 2002-08-29
  12. Conquering Hepatitis C And Surviving Treatment: An Essential Guide Through Every Step of The HCV Treatment Process - Companion Website: by Tim Duncan, Catherine Olivolo, 2010-04-30
  13. The Hepatitis C Help Book: A Groundbreaking Treatment Program Combining Western and Eastern Medicine for Maximum Wellness and Healing by Robert Gish, Misha Ruth Cohen O.M.D.L. Ac., et all 2001-05-14
  14. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Autoimmune Hepatitis: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-08

161. Welcome To The Australian Multilingual HIV/AIDS And Hepatitis C Information Webs
HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C multilingual website for people in Australia languages Amharic, Arabic, Bosnian, Burmese, Chinese, Croatian, English,
Welcome to a multilingual website on HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C for people in Australia. The website is maintained by the Multicultural HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C Service (MHAHS). This website provides HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C information in the following languages: Amharic, Arabic, Bosnian, Burmese, Chinese, Croatian, English, Indonesian, Italian, Khmer, Portuguese, Serbian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese. To use this site you need Adobe Acrobat Reader
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162. Rebetron
Rebetron is the complete source for information about hepatitis especially hepatitis C, understanding risk factors for hepatitis and management and treatment of hepatitis.

163. Hep-C ALERT Welcome Page
Details about this nonprofit organization which is dedicated to raising awareness of, and assisting people affected by hepatitis C. Includes news and Q As
WELCOME BACKGROUND: Since being founded in 1997 by a patient living with chronic hepatitis C, nonprofit organization Hep-C ALERT has raised awareness, provided health education, counseling, testing and linkage services both nationally and to the South Florida community. To date, more than 23,000 clients have been served by ALERT's professional and caring staff. In early 2002, the organization embraced the parallel and very worthy task of viral hepatitis and HIV/AIDS prevention , focusing these highly specialized services primarily in its own Northeast Miami neighborhood.  More... MISSION: Since 1997, Hep-C ALERT’s mission is to: Gather research on; Raise public awareness and concern of; and Assist people affected by hepatitis C. In 2002, ALERT expanded this mission to include all viral hepatitis and HIV. VISION: Hep-C ALERT envisions a community where: People can effectively protect themselves from viral hepatitis and HIV; Early intervention and medical care is readily available; and Providers have both the skill and resources needed to provide the highest quality of care. Call 877-HELP-4-HEP North Miami, FL 33161

164. HealthAtoZ Hepatitis
Learn about symptoms, transmission, prevention, and treatment options for hepatitis AE and toxic hepatitis. Includes a comparison chart and quiz. Message board requires free registration.

165. : The AMEDEO Literature Guide
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166. Hepatitis C Forum Of Hope
Forum with disease information, inspirational poems, and chat centers, including a rubber room. Use login link to register for free DelphiForums account.

167. The Department Of Pathology And Laboratory Medicine : Hepatitis
Review of hepatitis Case Studies. 23 yearold male stabbed with a needle. 22-year-old male complaining of weakness and dark urine.









168. Virtuelle Sprechstunde
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169. Hepatitis
hepatitis Updated June 9, 2005 hepatitis and Gay Men hepatitis and HIV hepatitis in Children hepatitis in Teens More about Specific Concerns
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170. ♥ Rejsedoktor - Vaccination Og Beskyttelse Mod Malaria - Hepatitis A (smit
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Flyrejser ... document.write(''); Forsiden Sygdomme Hepatitis A (smitsom leverbetændelse) Hepatitis A (smitsom leverbetændelse) Infektionen er meget udbredt udenfor de industrialiserede lande, og i ulandene bliver de fleste børn smittet i de første leveår. Risko for almindelige turistrejser er ca. 1 per 50 rejsende per måned. Smitte Virus findes i tarmen hos mennesker og overføres gennem drikkevand og mad forurenet med afføring, fx. kloakvand. Vaccination eller gammaglobulin? Man kan beskytte sig mod smitsom leverbetændelse med gammaglobulin (kortvarig, højst 5 måneder) eller en vaccine (langtidsbeskyttelse, 20 år). Gammaglobulin er antistoffer oprenset fra plasma fra mennesker og giver kun en kortvarig beskyttelse.
  • Gammaglobulin kan gives i tre doser på 2, 3 og 5 ml, der beskytter i 1, 3 og 5 måneder.
  • Der har været en diskussion om sikkerheden ved gammaglobulin, fordi det er oprenset fra blod.
  • Der er dog aldrig påvist at nogle sygdomme kan overføres med gammaglobulin til injektion, men teoretisk kan BSE overføres.
  • 171. BBC NEWS | Health | Jab Cuts Hepatitis Virus Levels
    Scientists have harnessed genetic technology to develop a potent treatment for the liver disease hepatitis.


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    ... Newswatch Last Updated: Monday, 25 July 2005, 15:21 GMT 16:21 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version Jab cuts hepatitis virus levels Hepatitis B can lead to cancer Scientists have harnessed genetic technology to develop a potentially potent treatment for the B strain of the viral liver disease hepatitis.
    They have found a way to inject tiny molecules into the blood that switch off genes that play a vital role in the reproduction of the virus. The jabs have cut viral levels in infected animals by around 90%. The Nature Biotechnology study, by Sirna Therapeutics, raises hopes of new drugs to tackle the disease. It is interesting, but we are long, long way from clinical application
    Dr Mark Thursz Hepatitis B is the most common serious liver infection in the world. It is thought to be the leading cause of liver cancer. The World Health Organization estimates that hepatitis B infections lead to more than one million deaths every year. There are vaccines to protect against infection, but drug treatments are expensive and relatively ineffective.

    172. - Enfermedades Del Hígado, Hepatitis, Cirrosis, Etc. Información
    Informaci³n m©dica sobre las enfermedades que afectan a este ³rgano, tanto para el pºblico general y pacientes como al personal de la salud.
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    173. Hepatitis C Outreach Project
    awareness, education, and treatment of hepatitis C and promote organ donation. decision making based on accurate information regarding hepatitis C.
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    Select an Option African Americans + HCV Alternative Treatments Disease Management - Li FAQ Co-Infection and Co-Mor Lifestyle Medication Assistance NEWS AND VIEWS (Everyth Mental Health Needstick Injuries Neurology Risks Tattoos Women's Health The case for getting te thanbey responds Fatty Liver Disease (No The case for getting te The case for getting te Basics Liver transplant Insulin resistance, Dia Legal Issues Outreach Opportunities Find a doctor Seroconversion studies Strategies for a health
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    Our mission is to inspire, support and enhance community efforts toward prevention, awareness, education, and treatment of Hepatitis C and promote organ donation. We are committed to working with any organization, agency, or professional individual to develop partnerships resulting in quality programming and good public decision making based on accurate information regarding Hepatitis C. We offer our resources and services freely in a spirit of goodwill and generosity, ever mindful of our purpose.
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    We support our efforts through contracts, community partnerships, and private donations.We are recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and donations are tax-deductible. We are listed in

    174. Medical Writers' Circle
    Article discussing under what conditions patients with hepatitis C should not receive treatment.
    Back to Medical Writers' Circle Patients with Hepatitis C: Who Should Be Treated? Jenny Heathcote, MD
    University of Toronto One may wonder why this question is being asked, as surely if one has hepatitis C, and a treatment is available surely treatment would naturally be recommended? But unfortunately, although the success rates with anti viral therapy for chronic hepatitis C have improved markedly over the last ten years, a cure still cannot be achieved in everyone, the current therapies still carry with them many side effects and there are still many infected individuals who have contraindications to their use. So some judgment has to be exercised regarding who will benefit most from therapy and who may suffer untoward consequences of therapy that could shift the risk:benefit ratio in the wrong direction. Current Standard of Care for the Treatment of Hepatitis C
    The most effective anti viral therapy regimen is a combination of long acting, Pegylated Interferon alpha + the oral nucleoside analogue Ribavirin. A sustained virological response (SVR), which is defined as undetectability of HCV RNA in the blood both at the end of treatment and six months after cessation of therapy, occurs in 54-56% of individuals given this treatment. As with earlier forms of anti viral therapy, the response rate is very much dependant on the particular genotype of the Hepatitis C infection. Factors Influencing the Anti Viral Response
    As with all other anti viral therapies for hepatitis C, the particular genotype of the infecting virus has the greatest influence on the sustained virological response to therapy. In those individuals infected with genotype 1, the expected SVR ranges from 43-46% and in those with genotype 2 or 3 infections, from 76-82%. Other factors influencing this response include the height of the viral load (the higher the viral load, the lower the SVR), the severity of liver disease (individuals with cirrhosis have a somewhat lower overall response rate, 43-50%), and body habitus, the heavier the person, the lower the response rate.

    175. BioMed Central | Current Hepatitis Reports
    Current hepatitis Reports, Volume 4, Issue 2 (May 2005) more info. Access to the full text or PDF of articles from Current hepatitis Reports requires a
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    Reports Hepatitis C Virus in Patients with Inherited Bleeding Disorders Norah J Shire MPH, Kenneth E Sherman MD PhD Current Hepatitis Reports August Abstract Full text PDF Viral Hepatitis in Minorities Greta W Szabo MD, Guy W Neff MD Current Hepatitis Reports August Abstract Full text PDF Advances in the Treatment of Hepatitis C in Children and Adolescents Val rie A McLin MD, William F Balistreri MD Current Hepatitis Reports August Abstract Full text PDF Management of Hepatitis C Virus in Patients with Porphyria Cutanea Tarda Peter WM Dienhart MD, Richard K Sterling MD Current Hepatitis Reports August Abstract Full text PDF Hepatitis C Treatment of Substance Users in Pharmacotherapy for Addiction Thomas F Kresina PhD, R Douglas Bruce MD, Alain H Litwin MD MPH, Diana L Sylvestre MD

    176. Chronic Hepatitis C: Current Disease Management
    Explains the causes and symptoms of hepatitis C, along with information about diagnosis and treatment. From the National Digestive Diseases Information
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    The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is one of the most important causes of chronic liver disease in the United States. It accounts for about 15 percent of acute viral hepatitis, 60 to 70 percent of chronic hepatitis, and up to 50 percent of cirrhosis, end-stage liver disease, and liver cancer. Almost 4 million Americans, or 1.8 percent of the U.S. population, have antibody to HCV (anti-HCV), indicating ongoing or previous infection with the virus. Hepatitis C causes an estimated 10,000 to 12,000 deaths annually in the United States. A distinct and major characteristic of hepatitis C is its tendency to cause chronic liver disease. At least 75 percent of patients with acute hepatitis C ultimately develop chronic infection, and most of these patients have accompanying chronic liver disease. Chronic hepatitis C varies greatly in its course and outcome. At one end of the spectrum are patients who have no signs or symptoms of liver disease and completely normal levels of serum liver enzymes. Liver biopsy usually shows some degree of chronic hepatitis, but the degree of injury is usually mild, and the overall prognosis may be good. At the other end of the spectrum are patients with severe hepatitis C who have symptoms, HCV RNA in serum, and elevated serum liver enzymes, and who ultimately develop cirrhosis and end-stage liver disease. In the middle of the spectrum are many patients who have few or no symptoms, mild to moderate elevations in liver enzymes, and an uncertain prognosis.

    177. GayHealth: Hepatitis Resource Center
    Information about safe sexual practices, immunization against types A and B, and a risk quiz.

    178. Autoimmune Hepatitis
    Provides information on the triggers, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and complications of autoimmune hepatitis. Includes a list of additional resources.
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    the liver. Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease in which the body's immune system attacks liver cells. This causes the liver to become inflamed (hepatitis). Researchers think a genetic factor may predispose some people to autoimmune diseases. About 70 percent of those with autoimmune hepatitis are women, most between the ages of 15 and 40. The disease is usually quite serious and, if not treated, gets worse over time. It's usually chronic, meaning it can last for years, and can lead to cirrhosis (scarring and hardening) of the liver and eventually liver failure. Top
    Autoimmune Disease
    One job of the immune system is to protect the body from viruses, bacteria, and other living organisms. Usually, the immune system does not react against the body's own cells. However, sometimes it mistakenly attacks the cells it is supposed to protect. This response is called autoimmunity. Researchers speculate that certain bacteria, viruses, toxins, and drugs trigger an autoimmune response in people who are genetically susceptible to developing an autoimmune disorder. Top
    Fatigue is probably the most common symptom of autoimmune hepatitis. Other symptoms include

    179. Seekers Hepatitis C Support
    Forum to ask questions, read research and medical articles, and chat. Patientto-patient support. Requires free DelphiForums registration to post.

    180. Hepatitis: Overview | The New Mexico Aids Info Net
    A description of the seven types of viral hepatitis, their symptoms and diagnosis. Basic information on treatment.

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