The hepatitis C virus (HCV) infects around 1% of the human population and is a devastating pathogen. In most people, it silently infects the liver for decades, often causing life-threatening inflammation, scarring and even cancer. How the virus achieves this feat has long puzzled scientists. In our latest study, published in PLOS Pathogens, we found that ...
Not all people are equally vulnerable to hepatitis C – new study
By Connor Bamford, Virologist, University of Glasgow John McLauchlan Professor of Viral Hepatitis, University of Glasgow
19 Oct 2018