The A-Z of Disease Podcast: Hepatitis B and C

The A-Z of Disease | 1 week ago

Hepatitis B is a serious liver disease that is caused by the Hepatitis B virus which is easily spread by exposure to infected bodily fluids which may include infected blood products, having unprotected sex, and from mother to child through pregnancy, birth and nursing. This can be prevented by vaccination. In this episode, Rose Mukonyo discusses more on this with Dr. Peninah Musyoka.