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Hepatitis C - Living with an Invisible Illness.

Living with Invisible Symptoms

Brain fog, fatigue, joint pain, depression… so many symptoms of hepatitis C are not visible to the outside. In fact, hepatitis C is also known as the “silent killer” because many living with it don’t even realize they have hep C. This month we want to bring awareness to the invisible symptoms of hep C.

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