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Dr. Mitchell Shiffman on Hepatitis C Spread in Barbershops and Nail Salons

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Mitchell Shiffman, MD, head of the Liver Institute of Virginia, discusses the potential for spread of hepatitis C via improperly disinfected utensils in barbershops and nail salons. This video was recorded at the annual meeting of the American College of Gastroenterology.

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