Study: Tattoos raise risk of hepatitis C infection

01/23/2013 | Healio

People with one or more tattoos were more likely to have hepatitis C, independent of other risk factors, according to a study published in Hepatology that assessed the records of 3,871 participants. Doctors should be ready to educate patients about blood-borne diseases and hepatitis C testing, a researcher said.

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