Hepatitis C: Ticking time bomb for baby boomers - El Paso Inc.
Let’s admit it. We baby boomers did some dumb stuff in our youth. And the risks we took because we thought we were bulletproof have sometimes produced consequences.
Ogechika K. Alozie, M.D., is an assistant professor of internal medicine at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center’s Paul L. Foster School of Medicine. In his practice, he treats hepatitis C patients.
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