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Mathematical model at viral hepatitis C is proposed as nonlinear system from ordinary differential equations. Based on clinical data of the immune process at viral Hepatitis C a numerical simulation is carried out. As a result of the simulation such values of the parameters in the kinetic model are obtained at which the experimental clinical values are maximal near to the theoretical results.
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