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Virus Most common viral hepatitis in USA

IS it A, B, C??

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Hep A ( goljan )
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i dont know if goljaan is outdated,

but this cdc statistic points toward hep b, dont you think?

http://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/Statistics/index.htm

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I read in a UWorld explanation that HBV is the commonest
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acute B
chronic C
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I read in a UWorld explanation that HBV is the commonest
May be it's the most common in terms of prevalence NOT incidence as incidence of HAV is way more common.
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May be it's the most common in terms of prevalence NOT incidence as incidence of HAV is way more common.
What about HepA vaccine ?
Is it still number 1 despite vaccination
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