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Hepatitis C (cont.)

What are the signs and symptoms of acute stage hepatitis C?

In the acute stage, more than two thirds of people who become infected have no symptoms. For those who develop symptoms (2 to 26 weeks after infection), the symptoms last for 2 to 12 weeks. The symptoms are:

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