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Scripps Clinic MD Discusses How People Should React to Hep A Outbreak

Washing hands frequently is a good way to reduce risk

A doctor washes her hands at a hospital sink as part of a strategy to fight a Hepatitis A outbreak.

Washing hands frequently is a good way to reduce risk

A recent La Jolla Light article about the ongoing hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego County included comments from Scripps Clinic Rancho Bernardo family medicine specialist Mark Shalauta, MD.

Dr. Shalauta said frequent hand washing is a good way to reduce your risk of picking up the virus.

Read the La Jolla Light article: Hepatitis A: How Safe is La Jolla Really?

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