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Hepatitis C can be diagnosed with a blood test. Early detection is essential for proper treatment.

The hepatitis C virus was discovered very late, at the end of the Eighties. Because it was unknown, it was passed on via blood, even in surgical operations and blood transfusions. This danger no longer exists because the medical Community has created appropriate avoidance protocols. If you think you might have caught it at some point, ask your doctor about the hepatitis C test.

Everything you need in one single place. 3 services to help you live a little better with hepatitis.

Community

Meet and speak with people affected by hepatitis. You'll find other users, groups and organisations. Start a conversation or participate in a discussion. Always anonymous, always secure.

Control

Keep a record of your symptoms, medication and test results. Record all the relevant data relating to your illness every day to keep track of it. You can print out a report and take it to your next doctor's appointment.

Magazine

Now you don't need to hunt for information about your illness online. You'll find articles about hepatitis and the stories of other patients, with the peace of mind that all of our articles are supervised by a team of doctors.

Whether you have hepatitis, care for someone else or are just interested. If you are affected by an illness in any way, now there's a place for you.

Whether you've been diagnosed, have symptoms or a family history of an illness, there's a place to find support.

Illnesses don't only affect the people who've been diagnosed: loved ones and carers also have a lot to say.

You might be a friend, a colleague or a health professional. Whatever your relation to an illness, you have a lot to offer.

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