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Cholangiocarcinoma in chronic Hepatitis C patient

I would like GI and oncology experts opinion on the types of liver cancers related to chronic Hep C infection. It is important for patients awaiting compensation for tainted blood transfusion induced Hep C infection. I do not agree with the opinion of the Administrator of the Hepatitis C Federal Compensation that only HCC is linked to Hep C virus infection. I am looking forward for your feedback. Etela Neumann, MD., FRCPC

Originally posted as a comment to the article: Hepatocellular Carcinoma in the Elderly
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