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    Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Hepatitis
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    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:


    • Hepatitis Symptoms
    • 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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