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Several factors influence the rate of progression of hepatitis C. Progression is hastened when acquired via blood transfusion; at an older age; in males; in non-African-Americans; in the setting of excessive alcohol (and possibly tobacco) use; and, in persons with HIV and/or HBV coinfection or features of metabolic syndrome. It is controversial if HCV viral load and genotype affect the evolution of disease. 1. 1. Global Prevalence and Incidence The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that approximately 3% of the world population, or 170 million persons, is infected with the hepatitis C virus (HCV) with between 3 and 4 millions new infections each year (1).
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