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Can hepatitis A be treated?

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If you have hepatitis A, your doctor will carefully see how well your liver is working, but there aren't any treatments to cure it.

SOURCES:

American Liver Foundation: "Hepatitis C Treatment." 

News release, FDA.

CDC.

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on December 12, 2019

SOURCES:

American Liver Foundation: "Hepatitis C Treatment." 

News release, FDA.

CDC.

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on December 12, 2019

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