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Location: Ahoskie Comprehensive Care - 120 Health Center Dr. Ahoskie, NC 27910. Phone: (252) 332-3548

Hepatitis C: Get tested, get treated, get CURED!

What is Hepatitis C?

  • A virus that spreads through blood-to-blood contact and damages the liver.
  • Many who are infected have no symptoms
  • If not treated, can cause cirrhosis, liver failure, liver cancer and can be deadly

Who is most at risk for Hepatitis C?

Those who have:

  • Injected or inhaled drugs
  • Had unsterile tattooing, piercings, medical, dental or cosmetic procedures
  • Had a blood transfusion before 1992

How you get tested?

  • A simple blood test that looks for the virus in your blood

So you have Hepatitis C...What's Next? Get CURED!

The Hepatitis C Cure is Easy

  • New and improved meds are available
  • 95% chance of cure
  • Minimal side-effects
  • Treatment takes just 8 or 12 weeks (in most cases)
  • Just 1-3 pills daily (no injections)
  • Very low cost, if any

Once you're cured, the virus is cleared from your body, protecting you from worsening liver damage and giving Hepatitis C to others!

Speak to an RCCHC provider about treatment: (252) 332-3548 ext. 7254