How Does a Person Get Hepatitis? Center

There are various types of hepatitis, which a person can get by food or water contaminated with the fecal matter of an infected person, sexual contact, blood transfusion, sharing needles, direct contact with an infected person’s blood or body fluid, transfer from mother to the fetus, tattoo needles, or needle prick. Read more: How Does a Person Get Hepatitis? Article


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