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Hepatitis in children explained — why does it happen and what could it mean?

It is important to note that the hepatitis virus, shown here, is not the same as the clinical condition of hepatitis — inflammation of the liver. Image: Dr. Erskine Palmer, USCDCP/Pixnio

Matthew Oliver

Consultant, World Economic Forum

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