Aim and Objective: Decreased immune system, hepatitis C virus -infected patients and families is Flavio viridae to liver damage.
Thus the importance of the liver in detoxification and identify the risks of hepatitis C in patients with thalassemia study is required.
Methods: This descriptive – is analytical. A total of 24 patients with thalassemia major city during the spring and summer
GhirokarzinANTI-HCV and HCV-RNA in 92 patients were evaluated and the last ALT and AST levels were extracted from the
Results: The results showed that the ANTI-HCV in 7 patients (29 %) patients were positive for the 5 patients (4/71%) HCV-RNA
positive, the incidence of ALT and AST increased among 60 % of patients with Anti- HCV was positive.