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a helping hand
The HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health will host a webinar on July 30, 2019, at 2-3 PM ET: Syringe Service Programs – A Critical Public Health Intervention.
Tagged: Hepatitis C
Hepatitis c
New brief from Georgetown Law’s O’Neill Institute describes the role of this HRSA program in eliminating HCV among people with HIV.
Tagged: Hepatitis C
Recent hepatitis A outbreaks have been occurring across the United States in gay and bisexual men. Hepatitis A can be prevented with a safe and effective vaccine.
Tagged: Hepatitis A
opioid epidemic
Registration open for the June 27-28, 2019 public meeting on the integration of opioid and infectious disease prevention features speakers from diverse programs.
Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy launches HHS.gov/STI, home for the federal action plan to address sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
AETC highlights the evolution of the SPNS HIV/HCV coinfection project from curriculum development through training implementation and resource development.
HealthHCV launched its State of HCV Care National Survey in partnership with Medscape. The data will inform national hepatitis C public health interventions.
Tagged: Hepatitis C
Hepatitis c
New research results found that an experimental vaccine was not effective at preventing chronic hepatitis C virus infection in adults.
Tagged: Hepatitis C
treatment poster
For Hepatitis Awareness Month, HHS launched a new project- Mapping Hepatitis Elimination in Action along with key hepatitis messaging graphics.
IHS Hepatitis Month
Since hepatitis C disproportionately affects American Indians & Alaska Natives, IHS issued new guidance recommending all adults be tested for HCV at least once.
Tagged: Hepatitis C


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