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    1. The odds are increased of having hepatitis C for anyone who has:

      • Ever injected drugs in the past using shared equipment, however long ago, even if only once or twice
      • Unexplained persistently high ALT levels when having liver tests taken
      • Had a blood transfusion in the UK before September 1991or blood products before 1987 in Scotland (before 1986 in England)
      • Been the recipient of an organ/tissue transplant in the UK before 1982
      • Ever received medical or dental treatment in countries where infection control may be poor
      • Been the child of a mother with hepatitis C
      • A regular sexual/household contact with someone with hepatitis C
      • Injected image or performance enhancing drugs
      • Been accidentally exposed to blood where there is a risk of transmission of hepatitis C (eg. healthcare worker with a needlestick injury)
      • Had tattoos, piercings, acupuncture or electrolysis where infection control procedures are poor
      • An infection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
      • Been a migrant from a country with a medium or high prevalence of hepatitis C
      • Shared equipment such as straws when snorting drugs

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This campaign is a partnership in Scotland between:

Hepatitis ScotlandWaverley CareAddactionPositive HelpThe Hepatitis C Trust

Our NHS partners are:

In partnership with NHS GrampianIn partnership with NHS Greater Glasgow and ClydeIn partnership with NHS LanarkshireIn partnership with NHS LothianIn partnership with NHS Forth ValleyIn partnership with NHS FifeIn partnership with MCN

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