Hep C can be cured - Simplified Chinese

Posted 18 September, 2020
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What is hepatitis C? ➊⛎僽⚋㘗聽拧 Hepatitis C is infl ammation of the liver. It is caused by a virus known as the hepatitis C virus. ⚋㘗聽拧僽♧猫歋⚋㘗聽拧氻嫫䠭厩䒸饰涸聽拧կ Left untreated, hepatitis C can lead to serious liver disease or cancer. But there is a cure. 㥵卓♶✮⟄屛毫〳腊⠔〄㾝⚹⚚ꅾ涸聽腮氬氻欨荛 聽浓կ⡎Ⱖ㹊⚋㘗聽拧僽♧猫㸤Ⰼ〳⟄屛䠁涸氬氻կ Hepatitis C is common in Australia. Over 200,000 people in Australia have hepatitis C. It is also very common in many countries around the world. Many people in our community living in Australia have hepatitis C. ⚋㘗聽拧㖈慌㣐ⵄ❇僽♧猫䌢錛氻Ⰼ慌䝖罏➃侨馄鵂 20♰կ㸐⛲僽⚆歲ぐ㖑雽㢴㕂㹻涸䌢錛氻կ㖈慌㣐ⵄ❇ 爢勹⚥欰崞涸雽㢴➃鿪䝖剣⚋㘗聽拧կ Hepatitis C is a serious, but slow acting virus, so people may not know they have it. Signifi cantly more people in Australia are dying from hepatitis C than HIV/AIDS. ⚋㘗聽拧氻嫫僽♧猫灶㗁䚍鳅㣐⡎〄氻綕䢨涸氻嫫䨾 ⟄䖎㢴➃〳腊䎇♶濼麤荈䊹䶀䌄✫鵯猫氻嫫կ㖈慌㣐ⵄ ❇㔔⚋㘗聽拧㼋荝娥❖涸➃侨鵴넞✵HIV/蒔徱氻կ

Don’t wait to talk to friends and family about hepatitis C. 㣐㹻鿪䎾霪㗞霟꬗㼆⚋㘗聽拧♸❵剦㥩⿼雭雿湱Ⱒ꡼ 곿♶銳朔韟䧴䬯䒁կ How do you get hepatitis C? ⚋㘗聽拧氻嫫㥵⡦⠛乄 Hepatitis C is only in blood. ⚋㘗聽拧氻嫫〫ꬑ過巊⠛乄կ There are a number of ways that hepatitis C can be transmitted through blood: Ⱖ過巊⠛乄鸀䖈剣㢴猫⺫䭍 • Blood transfusions or blood products in your country of origin (at a time when screening for hepatitis C was not undertaken). • 䝠剎㖈韭硂㕂䱹「涸鳕過䧴⢪欽涸過巊ⵖᄩ䔲傞 䎇劢鵳遤⚋㘗聽拧癃叅կ • Medical or dental procedures in your country of origin (where unregulated or unsterile practices may have been undertaken, including reuse of glass syringes). • 䝠剎㖈韭硂㕂䱹「涸匚毫䧴暅猰䩛助䔲傞〳腊ꅷ 欽✫♶痗ざ錞薴䧴劢絑⚚呔嶊嫫涸乼⡲崨玐⺫䭍 ꅾ㢕⢪欽梯槴岤㼘㐼կ


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