In an analysis of 15 blood donors referred from the Blood Transfusion Service to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, more than 50% of anti-hepatitis C virus (HCV) positive patients had a parenteral risk factor. Most were serum HCV-RNA positive, and all were liver HCV-RNA positive. Although no physical signs of liver disease were apparent, all anti-HCV positive donors had abnormal liver histology.
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