Africa: New Drugs Work Against the Many Strains of Hepatitis C Found in African Countries

[The Conversation Africa] Around the world, 71 million people have been infected with the hepatitis C virus. The primary route of infection is through direct contact with another person's blood. This means the virus can be transmitted in a number of ways, including intravenous drug use, tattooing, contaminated blood or blood products and surgical procedures.Read the Original Article