Hepatitis C primarily spreads through contact with an infected person's blood, according to WebMD. Common methods of transmission include sharing hypodermic needles, getting a shot with a contaminated needle from a docto... More »

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Unless direct contact with the blood of the infected individual is possible, hepatitis C is not transmitted by French kissing, according to the Hepatitis C Association. It is also not spread by sharing eating utensils, h... More »

False positive hepatitis C test results occasionally happen, according to MedicineNet. If the hepatitis C enzyme immuno-assays screening test, or EIA, shows a positive result, the probability of having the infection is o... More »

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Ways of contracting Hepatitis C include sharing needles or being stuck with an infected needle, having sex with an infected person, or through birth from mother to child, according to WebMD. Transmission of the virus occ... More »

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Hepatitis C is a contagious liver disease that is spread through contact with blood infected with the hepatitis C virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hepatitis C is not transmitted through... More »

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There are many facts about Hepatitis C including the fact that it is a liver disease, approximately 3.2 million people throughout the U.S. have the disease and that it is difficult to determine whether or not someone has... More »

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Hepatitis C is fairly difficult to transmit unless a well person contacts the blood of a person suffering from the disease, notes WebMD. The most frequent transmission methods include sharing needles and other injection ... More »

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