Thursday, May 1, 2008
Why The World Should Ask 'Am I Number 12?
The word hepatitis (pronounced: heh-puh-tie-tus) means an inflammation of the liver, and it can be caused by one of many things - including a bacterial infection, liver injury caused by a toxin (poison), and even an attack on the liver by the body's own immune system. Hepatitis, an infectious liver disease, is more contagious than HIV, and just like HIV, there is no cure. Hepatitis infection can be serious, but knowing what puts you at risk can help protect you. There are around 500 million people worldwide are currently infected with hepatitis B or C and to educate people to the shocking fact statistic they have launch “Why The World Should Ask 'Am I Number 12