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A few years ago, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) drafted a proposition to have everyone born between 1945 and 1965 tested for hepatitis C in order to receive treatments and vaccinations (after diagnosis) with Hep-A and B vaccines.
The organization’s stated objective was to preempt their predicted hepatitis-C with baby boomers who may have indulged in the lifestyles associated with Hepatitis-C, which is purportedly spread only by blood from infected victims.
That’s a nasty proposition: two vaccinations for hep-C intended for other forms of hepatitis. The hep-B vaccine has an impressive track record of reported serious adverse reactions and deaths. But they don’t have a hep-C vaccination. Could it be because there is no virus?