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Baby boomers and hepatitis C: What’s the connection?
- By: Raymond Chung, MD,
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I’m a baby boomer 1950. I was told for years I had hepatitis in Houston Tx. by a doctor. After moving to Ft.Worth, I had it checked again by another doctor. He said I didn’t have it. Two years later when talking to this doctor and telling him about what happened,he ran the test again. Still don’t have hepatitis.
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