Hepatitis C testing in Florence - Firenze

Find health labs to test for Hepatitis C in Florence - Firenze and compare all offers by prices and services.

Tests that cover Hepatitis C

Liver Function Test

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Liver Function Test by LABORATORIO di ANALISI CLINICHE DOTT. BRUNO FORCINA, SRL

Piazza della Stazione, 2, 50123 Firenze FI, Italia

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LFT Test by Synlab

Via Cimabue, 31, 50121 Firenze FI, Italia

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LFT Test by Synlab

Piazzetta Valdambra, 8, 50127 Firenze FI, Italia

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LFT Test by Synlab

Viale dei Mille, 90, 50131 Firenze FI, Italia

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LFT Test by Synlab

Via del Sansovino, 176, 50142 Firenze FI, Italia

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test fegato e reni con autoprelievo by innovabiohealth S.r.l.

Test at-Home / Self-testing

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€55.00

€52.25 with our promocode

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LFT Test by Synlab

Via delle Cinque Giornate, 36, 50129 Firenze FI, Italia

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Via di Ripoli, 164, 50126 Firenze FI, Italia

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Viale Edmondo De Amicis, 87, 50137 Firenze FI, Italia

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Via Erbosa, 66, 50126 Firenze FI, Italia

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Via Franco Sacchetti, 12, 50133 Firenze FI, Italia

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Via Giano della Bella, 6, 50124 Firenze FI, Italia

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Via Giuseppe Verdi, 16, 50122 Firenze FI, Italia

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Via Claudio Monteverdi, 2, 50144 Firenze FI, Italia

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Via Sandro Pertini, 34, 50127 Firenze FI, Italia

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Vicolo degli Adimari, 1, 50122 Firenze FI, Italia

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Viuzzo delle Case Nuove, 9, 50143 Firenze FI, Italia

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Hepatitis C - symptoms and how to test

The hepatitis C virus causes a liver illness known as hepatitis C. Exposure to contaminated blood is the primary means of transmission of hepatitis C. In most cases nowadays, the transmission of the hepatitis C virus occurs through sharing needles or other injecting equipment. People can get Hepatitis C virus through engaging in sexual conduct, having several partners, or having STDs.Those who have used the same razor, toothbrush, or other personal items as an HCV-infected member of their household. If you have concerns that you may have been exposed to hepatitis C or if you belong to one of the categories at greater risk for infection, you may want to consider being tested. It's possible to be infected with hepatitis C and have no idea it's there because of the lack of symptoms.