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You’re likely to be confused and overwhelmed—not to mention scared—if your infant has been diagnosed with congenital hepatitis C. But you can play an active role in helping him get better. Developing a basic understanding of the condition is a great first step as you partner with your child’s health care team to form a treatment plan.
How Boston Children’s Hospital approaches neonatal hepatitis C
Our Division of Infectious Diseases treats neonatal hepatitis C in infants.
Physicians in the Division of Infectious Diseases care for children and adolescents with a variety of infections.
How does Children’s treat neonatal hepatitis C?
Most people who are infected with hepatitis C have no symptoms. However, the virus can still be damaging your baby’s liver.
Center for Childhood Liver Disease
Children’s Center for Childhood Liver Disease has a multidisciplinary program that includes hepatology, surgery, interventional radiology, interventional GI endoscopy, and pathology.
At Children's Division of Newborn Medicine, we specialize in treating babies with a wide range of congenital and acquired conditions. Your baby will be seen by a specially trained team of physicians, nurses, therapists and other health professionals who routinely diagnose and treat newborns with critical illnesses.
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