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Hepatitis Categories: Prevention and Wellness

Hidden Casualties
IDSA, HIVMA, & PIDS identify infectious disease consequences of the opioid crisis, urge coordinated and sustained action.
Hepatitis C
The HCV program, led by officers from the Commissioned Corps, is a model of collaborative practice between medical providers, pharmacists, laboratory services and case managers in the Great Plains Area.
The Department of Veterans Affairs reported a major milestone on their March to Cure 100,000 campaign.
Hidden Casualties
Two archived webinars focus on the infectious disease consequences of the opioid crisis, highlighting national, federal, state, & community partners’ responses.
Win the Fight Against Viral Hepatitis
HHS’s Corinna Dan describes advances and opportunities to combat the hepatitis B and hepatitis C epidemics in the United States.
Hidden Casualties
At NASTAD’s 2017 viral hepatitis technical assistance meeting, public health staff shared how they are responding to the hidden casualties of the opioid epidemic.
Win the fight against viral hepatitis
HHS’s Corinna Dan discusses how she frames the growing problem of viral hepatitis in the U.S. and why we are losing ground in the fight to combat it.
Increasing cases of Hepatitis B
Low rates of hepatitis B vaccination coverage among adults and increasing rates of injection drug use are fueling a rise in acute HBV infections in the U.S.
Tagged: Hepatitis B
Corinna Dan
On World AIDS Day, HHS’s Corinna Dan discusses progress in improving hepatitis C (HCV) screening, care, and treatment for people living with HIV/HCV coinfection.
Hidden Casualties
HHS leaders provide an overview of infectious diseases related to the opioid epidemic and highlight opportunities to improve our national response

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