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Viral Hepatitis Blog

Syringe Service Programs
Webinar series helps educate about the critical role of Syringe Services Programs in addressing the convergence of infectious disease and the opioid epidemic.
Tagged: Hepatitis C
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CDC announced the availability of $341M to support viral hepatitis surveillance, outbreak response, elimination planning, and prevention services for PWID.
national institute of allergy and infectious diseases
A new funding opportunity announcement from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will make up to $8 million available for HCV vaccine research.
Tagged: Hepatitis C
opioid epidemic
Access materials from NASEM Public Meeting #3: Examination of Integration of Opioid and Infectious Disease Prevention Efforts in Select Programs.
screening for hepatitis c virus infection
Independent panel of health experts recommends that clinicians screen all adults age 18-79 for hepatitis C infection
Tagged: Hepatitis C
hand holding blood collecting tube
Accurate and culturally relevant hepatitis B resources are ready-to-use for community members and organizations that serve African immigrants.
Tagged: Hepatitis B
Ending the HIV Epidemic
Jurisdictions have option to integrate viral hepatitis, STD, and TB activities into their Ending the HIV Epidemic plans under new funding opportunity from CDC.
Hepatitis c
Career nurses, pharmacists, physicians and medical professionals establish VA as a global leader in hepatitis C diagnosis and treatment.
Tagged: Hepatitis C
Opioid Epidemic
Join the National Academies of Sciences for a webinar releasing a new report on the integration of opioid use disorder and infectious disease services.
Hepatitis c
Guest blog from the VA: Syringe service programs (SSPs) are critical to global viral elimination.
Tagged: Hepatitis C


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