This new slideshow is a visual guide to Hepatitis which lays out the three types of hepatitis and gives a visual picture that is easy to understand.
Some things that are covered in the slideshow:
How Hepatitis spreads & who is at risk
Treatment for all types of Hepatitis
Complications of chronic Hepatitis
Vaccines you need
Protecting Your Liver
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0 Replies |Report This| Share this:Slideshow: A Visual Guide to HepatitisThis new slideshow is a <b><a href="http://www.webmd.com/hepatitis/slideshow-hepatitis-overview">visual guide to Hepatitis </a> </b>which lays out the three types of hepatitis and gives a visual picture that is easy to understand.<br /><br /><br />Some things that are covered in the slideshow:<br /><br /><br /><ul><li>Hepatitis Symptoms</li><li>How Hepatitis spreads & who is at risk</li><li>Treatment for all types of Hepatitis<br /></li><li>Complications of chronic Hepatitis</li><li>Vaccines you need</li><li>Protecting Your Liver<br /></li></ul><br />Still have questions after viewing the <b><a href="http://www.webmd.com/hepatitis/slideshow-hepatitis-overview">slideshow</a> </b>? Leave them below, OR start a new discussion with your question so it's not missed.
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