Hepatitis vaccination and prophylaxis.

@article{Nguyen2009HepatitisVA,
  title={Hepatitis vaccination and prophylaxis.},
  author={Carolyn T Nguyen and Tram Anh T. Tran},
  journal={Clinics in liver disease},
  year={2009},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={317-29}
}
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus (HAV), hepatitis B virus (HBV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV). Hundreds of millions of people worldwide are infected by these viruses; many experience illness as a result. This article discusses current recommendations for vaccination and other forms of prophylaxis aimed at minimizing the clinical effects of these viruses. 

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The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
The three most commonly identified causes of viral hepatitis in the United States are hepatitis A virus ( HAV ) , hepatitis B virus ( HBV ) , and hepatitis C virus ( HCV ) .
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