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CDC urges hepatitis tests for baby boomers

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With 2 million of the “baby boomer” generation diagnosed with hepatitis, the CDC has urged for more testing among those born between 1945 and 1965. New York robotic prostate surgeon, David Samadi, MD, emphasizes the importance of discussing risk factors with your doctor and getting tested as this is a virus with very few symptoms.

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