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National Institutes of Health: “Hepatitis,” “Hepatitis A.”
CDC: “Hepatitis D,” “Hepatitis E,” “Hepatitis B FAQs for the Public,” “Hepatitis C FAQs for the Public,” “Hepatitis C: Why People Born Between 1945-1965 Should Get Tested.”
American Liver Foundation: “Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease,” “Hepatitis A.”
The Mayo Clinic: “Elevated Liver Enzymes.”
Planned Parenthood: “How to Prevent Hepatitis B.”
Up-to-Date: “Patient education: Hepatitis C (Beyond the Basics).”
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