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Hepatitis Tags: Hepatitis Awareness Month

Hepatitis A
Local Health Departments are on the frontline of defense monitoring and responding to upwards of 70 nationally notifiable infectious diseases, including hepatitis A.
Hepatitis C
HIV/HCV Coinfection Awareness Day established May 17, 2018 highlights new curative HCV treatments for people living with HIV.
The Department of Veterans Affairs reported a major milestone on their March to Cure 100,000 campaign.
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.
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.
Mother holding a newborn baby
The AAP issued a policy statement calling for the elimination of mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B through providing the birth dose of the HBV vaccine within the first 24 hours of life to all medically stable newborns.
CDC Know More Hepatitis Campaign Poster
Getting tested for hepatitis B (HBV) or hepatitis C (HCV) is the first step in getting care to prevent serious liver disease and liver-related death.
CDC Know More Hepatitis Campaign Poster
Mother’s Day is an opportunity to help ensure Mom’s good health, including making sure she gets the hepatitis B and hepatitis C test she needs.
Know Hepatitis B Campaign Logo, Corinna Dan, RN, MPH
Blog post about new hepatitis B campaign resources from CDC.
Hepatitis Awareness Month
While May’s observance of Hepatitis Awareness Month is coming to a close this week, there is an ongoing need to encourage both individuals and healthcare providers to follow the recommendations of both the CDC and the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that individuals born between 1945 and 1965 – the so-called “baby boomer” generation – to get a one-time screening for hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.

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