g Many individuals infected with hepatitis C will fail to clear the virus in the acute phase of infection and progress to chronic infection.

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g Many individuals infected with hepatitis C will fail to clear the virus in the acute phase of infection and progress to chronic infection. Which factors are most likely to contribute to this failure to clear hepatitis C infection

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Eliza 5 months 2022-01-03T07:28:05+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    Answer:

    Answer to the following question is as follows;

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    Within six months of exposure, around 30% (15–45%) of infected people naturally eliminate the virus without any therapy. The remaining 70% (55–85%) of people will get HCV and develop degenerative disease. Cirrhosis is a danger for people with persistent HCV infection that varies from 15% to 30% within 20 years.

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