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Two out of three Americans living with hepatitis C infection are baby boomers.
people like 58-year-old Nancy Turner. She’s a mental health nurse in
Massachusetts who never suspected hepatitis C when she went to her
doctor with nagging, unspecific symptoms more than three years ago.
was feeling a little bit more tired,” she recalls. “Just kind of an
upset tummy-type thing. Just chalked it up to stress from work and being