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Hepatitis - Toronto Central

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver of viral or toxic origin, which is usually made manifest by jaundice and, in some instances, liver enlargement. Fever and other systemic disorders are usually present. Included are infectious, serum and toxic hepatitis.

See also Liver Disease.

 
These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
CTAC  
555 Richmond St W, Suite 612, Box 203, Toronto, ON  M5V 3B1
437‑222‑2822 (437‑222‑CTAC)
Queen West Central Toronto Community Health Centre  
168 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON  M5V 2R4
Administration: 416‑703‑8482
Health Services: 416‑703‑8480
Regent Park Community Health Centre - Hepatitis C Program  
465 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON  M5A 2B2
416‑203‑4505
South Riverdale Community Health Centre - Toronto Community Hepatitis C Program (TCHCP)  
955 Queen St E, Toronto, ON  M4M 3P3
416‑417‑6135
St Michael's Hospital - HIV/AIDS Services - Post-Exposure Assessments  
30 Bond St, Toronto, ON  M5B 1W8
416‑864‑5696
Women's College Hospital - Bay Centre for Birth Control  
76 Grenville St, 3rd Fl, Toronto, ON  M5S 1B2
416‑351‑3700


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