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Hepatitis C a growing concern for boomers

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In February, the Family Health Center at Ellis Medicine in Schenectady began using a brand-new test to screen for hepatitis C. Patients over age 40 were given a 10-question survey to determine whether they were at risk for the disease; if they answered yes to any of the questions, they were invited to take the test. β€œThe very first test came back positive,” recalled Dr. Christopher Murphy, a family practitioner at the center. Last month, ...


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Fritzdawg
June 3, 2012
1:44 p.m.

[ Flag Post ]

"zelasko says...
God continues to cull the herds."

By taking innocent men, women and children who's only transgression was that they needed a transfusion?

God proved he has a sick sense of humor when he gave you life.

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