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  2. Jul 07, 2020 · People contract hepatitis C by coming into contact with the blood of someone who has the virus. This can happen in several different ways. Sharing drug equipment One of the most common ways HCV is...

  3. Hepatitis C is spread only through exposure to an infected person's blood. High-risk activities include: Sharing drug use equipment.

  4. Jan 28, 2020 · The hepatitis C virus is transmitted primarily through blood to blood contact, meaning that a person can become infected with the virus should the blood of a person who carries the virus be introduced into another person's bloodstream.

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  5. Feb 26, 2019 · The virus that brings the hepatitis C infection is found in blood or bodily fluids, making hepatitis C a blood-borne virus. There are a number of ways in which transmission of the virus occurs,...

  6. The hepatitis C virus is usually spread when someone comes into contact with blood from an infected person. This can happen through: Sharing drug-injection equipment. Today, most people become infected with hepatitis C by sharing needles, syringes, or any other equipment used to prepare and inject drugs. Birth.

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