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3) According to Stellenbosch University virologists, they have reasons to believe that hepatitis E will prove to be as deadly as hepatitis A or B in the near future.
If a hepatitis cannot be attributed to the viruses of hepatitis A, B, C, D, or E, it is called hepatitis X.
* The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Hepatitis A
The good news is that vaccines against hepatitis A and hepatitis B have been introduced in the last few decades.
7, 2004; and ASH& Hepatitis A & hepatitis B: the only vaccine-preventable STDs, fact sheet on survey findings, <http://www.ashastd.org/ pd fs/Surveygraphic.pdf>, accessed May 12, 2004.
Immunizing all chronic hepatitis C patients against hepatitis A infection is not cost effective.
Viral Hepatitis A: Sometimes called "Infectious Hepatitis." It is spread by eating food or drinking water contaminated with human feces.
With rates of infection for hepatitis A, B, and C on the rise, the illness is having a devastating impact among men who have sex with men.
The alphabet of well-established hepatitis viruses starts with hepatitis A and ends with hepatitis E.
Unlike hepatitis A, another form of hepatitis, hepatitis B is not spread through food or water.
Hepatitis A and E (formerly epidemic or enteric non-A, non-B) are rarely, if ever, responsible for cases of chronic hepatitis.