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Hepatitis C can cause severe liver damage and leads to about 15,000 deaths in the U.S. each year. James Cavallini/BSIP/Universal Images hide caption

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Hepatitis C can be cured. So why aren't more people getting treatment?

A new CDC report finds that just a third of those diagnosed with hepatitis C have cleared the virus — a decade after a cure was made available.

Hepatitis C can cause severe liver damage and leads to about 15,000 deaths in the U.S. each year. James Cavallini/BSIP/Universal Images hide caption

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Hepatitis C can be cured. So why aren't more people getting treatment?

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