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DETROIT   About four million Americans are infected with the hepatitis C virus, and most of them don know it. Often, patients live for years or decades with few or no symptoms while the virus destroys the liver. A new treatment has just been approved by the FDA, and it helping more and more patients rid the body of the virus for good.For more than a decade, Gilbert lived with persistent fatigue. It one of the most common symptoms for people infected with the hepatitis C virus. Hepatitis C enters the bloodstream and attacks the liver. It can be introduced into the body during intravenous drug use, or before 1990, during a blood transfusion.Rhonda Gilbert needed a transfusion in 1972 after a tonsillectomy. Her doctors believe the virus has been attacking her body since then. Doctors said until now, the standard treatment for hepatitis C has been a weekly injection of interferon and a pill taken twice daily called ribavirin. This treatment works in about half the patients.Doctor Stuart Gordon, the Director of Hepatology at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, is an expert in liver disease. He been tracking the results when a third drug is added to the mix.Boceprevir is a protease inhibitor, meaning it works by blocking the virus ability to replicate."We looked in liver tissue and blood cells and followed up with these patients years later. The virus is still gone. That as close to a cure as you going to get," said Dr. Gordon.Rhonda Gilbert was treated with the three drug cocktail in 2009. The virus is now gone, and Gilbert energy is back for the first time in almost 20 years. The virus has an acute and chronic form. Most people who are infected with the virus have the chronic form. Some people are at an increased risk of developing the viral disease. People who may be at risk include those who:have been on long term kidney dialysis;have regular contact with blood at work;have unprotected sexual contact with a person who has hepatitis;inject street drugs or share a needle with someone who has hepatitis C;received a tattoo or acupuncture with contaminated instruments;received blood, blood products, or solid organs from a donor who has hepatitis C;share personal items such as toothbrushes and razors with someone who has hepatitis C;were born to a hepatitis C infected mother.SYMPTOMS: Hepatitis C can oftentimes go undetected because most people recently infected with the virus do not have symptoms. Typically, there are no symptoms. A person who has been infected for several years may develop cirrhosis of the liver, abdominal pain or swelling, dark urine, fatigue or fever. 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There are a small percentage of individuals that are lucky enough to get hepatitis C and get rid of it on their own, nonetheless, they are the minority. The majority, once infected, remain infected.What kind of damage can hepatitis C do in cases where the body is not able to rid itself of the virus?Dr. Stuart C. Gordon: The damage is slow and indolent, and often occurs over a span of many years. There are rapid progressions, there are slow progressions, and there are probably patients who will never encounter some of the affects associated with the virus. It usually causes a mild degree of inflammation, and in certain individual cases that inflammation may progress and eventually lead to scar tissue. That scar tissue can lead to cirrhosis. diabetic patients, overweight patients, patients that are immunocompromised in various forms), so there are myriad factors that may predict who is going to experience worse symptoms than others. 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