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About Hep B
Hepatitis A, B, and C

"Hepatitis" refers to any disease that results in inflammation of the liver, regardless of how that disease is contracted.

Hepatitis A is an acute infection that is transmitted through contaminated food and water. Infection can be prevented by receiving the hepatitis A vaccine.

Hepatitis B can be both an acute and chronic infection. It is transmitted through contaminated blood. Infection can be prevented by receiving the hepatitis B vaccine.

Hepatitis C can be both an acute and chronic infection that is transmitted through contaminated blood. No effective vaccine is available at this time.

SOURCE: Asian Liver Center

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