ComparloCategory: GeneralWhat is the difference between Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C?
Karim MRabie, ICT Consultant | Mobility Expert asked 2 years ago

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1 Answers
Mohamad Ibrahim, Lecturer of Anesthesia at ASUSH answered 2 years ago

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Mohamad Ibrahim, Lecturer of Anesthesia at ASUSH replied 2 years ago

Hepatitis C curability can reach up to 90% with modern treatments.