Hepatitis C virus is transmitted through blood-blood contact. Most people have little, if any symptoms after the first infection, but the virus remains in the liver in 85% of those infected. Chronic infection with the drug peginterferon and ribavirin is the standard treatment therapy should be treated. A total of 51% recovery. Those who may develop cirrhosis or liver cancer, liver transplantation, and the virus returns after transplantation is universal.
An estimated 180 million people worldwide infected with hepatitis C Hepatitis C is known to cause disease in other animals. No vaccine against hepatitis C is currently vremya.Nalichie hepatitis C (originally "non-non-B hepatitis") was postulated in the 1970s and proved in 1989. This is one of the five known hepatitis viruses: A, B, C, D and E