Dec 30, 2015 ... You can contract hepatitis C by coming into direct contact with an infected
person's blood. It can also be transmitted by contact with bodily fluids ...
Hepatitis C is usually spread when blood from a person infected with the
Hepatitis C virus enters the body of ...
WebMD explains how hepatitis C is passed and what to do to protect loved ones
from contracting the disease.
Hepatitis C is believed to be transmitted only by blood. However, unlike many
other blood borne viruses (like HIV) virtually any source of blood or blood
Hepatitis C is not spread through breast milk, food or water or by casual contact
such as hugging, kissing and sharing food or drinks with an infected person.
Hepatitis C is transmitted primarily by exposure to blood containing the hepatitis
C virus. Transmission rarely occurs from exposure to other infected body fluids, ...
Mar 8, 2007 ... Of primary interest to those concerned with the number one cause of liver
disease is the possibility of transmitting Hepatitis C via saliva.
A review of issues related to hepatitis C virus transmission, from the VA National
Hepatitis C website.
Topic: Hepatitis C, June 2000. Dr. Lee: Who are at increased risk of getting
hepatitis C? Can hepatitis C be transmitted sexually? Dr. Edward Block:
Jul 27, 2015 ... Transmission of Hep C. The hepatitis C virus is found in blood. Blood containing
the virus must enter the bloodstream of another person for ...