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Hepatitis Bibliography Fackelmann, Kathleen. The Hepatitis G Enigma. Science News Apr 13, 1996: 238-239. UMI Company. CD-ROM.

Unknown Author. Hepatitis C. MAYO Summer 1993: 7-8. New York State Dept. of Health. Hepatitis A.

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[Online] Available gopher: hepa.txt at mole.health.state.ny.us, 11-13-96 New York State Dept. of Health. Hepatitis C. [Online] Available gopher: hepa.txt at mole.health.state.ny.us, 11-13-96 Rossi, Lisa. Hepatitis. [Online] Available usenet: http://www.upmc.edu/news/hepabg1.htm. Schlepphorst, Richard.

October 6,1996. Doctor of Blessing Hospital. [Unpublished Interview]. Quincy, Il. Appendix A Schlepphorst, Richard. October 6, 1996. Doctor of Blessing Hospital. [Unpublished Interview].

Quincy, IL. Question I. What are the symptoms? Ans. The symptoms of hepatitis are very similar to the flu. Question II. How does one go by testing the virus? Ans. Blood test, urine.

Question III. Is it a bacteria or virus? Ans. It is a virus, but then there is the non-viral hepatitis. Question IV. What is non-viral hepatitis.

Ans. Non-viral hepatitis is caused by substance. Question V. What is hepatitis? Ans. It’s a infection of the liver. Question VI.

Which of the six viruses are most common in the U.S.? Ans. Hepatitis B. Question VII. How is the virus spread? Ans. It is spread through water, blood, body fluids.

Question VIII. What is the treatment for hepatitis? Ans. Bed rest, medicine from doctors. Question IX. What is the most common age the virus is found in? Ans. Young children to older adults. Question X.

Which of the six viruses is the most dangerous? Ans. Hepatitis D is known to be the deadliest, but is very rare in the U.S. Bibliography Fackelmann, Kathleen. The Hepatitis G Enigma. Science News Apr 13, 1996: 238-239. UMI Company.

CD-ROM. Unknown Author. Hepatitis C. MAYO Summer 1993: 7-8. New York State Dept.

of Health. Hepatitis A. [Online] Available gopher: hepa.txt at mole.health.state.ny.us, 11-13-96 New York State Dept. of Health. Hepatitis C.

[Online] Available gopher: hepa.txt at mole.health.state.ny.us, 11-13-96 Rossi, Lisa. Hepatitis. [Online] Available usenet: http://www.upmc.edu/news/hepabg1.htm. Schlepphorst, Richard. October 6,1996. Doctor of Blessing Hospital.

[Unpublished Interview]. Quincy, Il. Appendix A Schlepphorst, Richard. October 6, 1996. Doctor of Blessing Hospital. [Unpublished Interview]. Quincy, IL. Question I. What are the symptoms? Ans.

The symptoms of hepatitis are very similar to the flu. Question II. How does one go by testing the virus? Ans. Blood test, urine. Question III. Is it a bacteria or virus? Ans.

It is a virus, but then there is the non-viral hepatitis. Question IV. What is non-viral hepatitis. Ans. Non-viral hepatitis is caused by substance.

Question V. What is hepatitis? Ans. It’s a infection of the liver. Question VI. Which of the six viruses are most common in the U.S.? Ans. Hepatitis B.

Question VII. How is the virus spread? Ans. It is spread through water, blood, body fluids. Question VIII. What is the treatment for hepatitis? Ans. Bed rest, medicine from doctors.

Question IX. What is the most common age the virus is found in? Ans. Young children to older adults. Question X. Which of the six viruses is the most dangerous? Ans. Hepatitis D is known to be the deadliest, but is very rare in the U.S.

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