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A US-British trio wins the Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering the liver-ravaging hepatitis C virus

Harvey J. Alter, Charles M. Rice, and Michael Houghton jointly won the Nobel Prize for medicine for their discovery of the hepatitis C virus.

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