Hepatitis A is a virus that infects the liver. It is also present in the blood and faeces (poo) of someone who has the infection. There is a vaccination available for high risk groups.
For more information visit NHS Hepatitis-A
Hepatitis B is a blood-borne virus that affects the liver. It can be diagnosed by a blood test. There is an effective vaccination available to prevent people getting hepatitis B and we recommend and provide it for people who are at risk of catching it sexually.
For more information visit NHS Hepatitis-B
Hepatitis C is a blood-borne virus affecting the liver. The most common way to catch it is by sharing contaminated needles, spoons, and filters to inject drugs. If you have the hepatitis C virus you will be referred to a liver specialist.
For more information visit NHS Hepatitis-C
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