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Kentucky Becomes First State to Require Pregnant Women be Tested for Hepatitis C

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Kentucky now requires all pregnant women be tested for the virus. It is the first state to require this testing, and it is leading the charge to fight the increasing rates of vertical transmission of hepatitis C from mother to child. 

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