My husband was just admitted to hospital for high bilirubin. He has hepC (did treatment, was non repsonder), has liver cancer and is on the transplant list. Of course the weekend hospital doctors are not the ones he normally sees. I keep hearing them ask if anyone else in his family was HepC positive. Why do they ask this? It is not genetic like diabetes or heart disease?Am I missing something? Thanks.
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