Hepatitis C has been called America’s "shadow epidemic." It’s an incurable virus that can cause serious liver damage and even early death without causing any outward symptoms. U.S. Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher talks about research on hepatitis C, his letter to all Americans about this health issue, and what you should know about the disease.

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  • Dr. David Satcher United States Surgeon General

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