Booming Forward: Hepatitis C, the silent disease

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SALT LAKE CITY — About 75 percent of Americans who have hepatitis C are baby boomers, born between 1945 and 1965, and many of those don't know they have it.

As FOX 13's Dave Nemeth explains, getting tested for hepatitis C is easy and could help you avoid serious liver damage.

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