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Hepatitis Tags: Hepatitis B

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
National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan
The Partner Planning Guide is designed for use by individuals, groups, and organizations conducting programs or strategic planning efforts for HBV and/or HCV.
Hidden Casualties
Join us for 2 webinars discussing the impact of the opioid epidemic on infectious diseases, and local, state, and national actions to address both.
Priority Populations in Viral Hepatitis
Two webinars featured individuals and experts from the 11 priority populations in the National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan sharing their perspectives.
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HEPLISAV-B is the first new hepatitis B vaccine approved in the U.S. in more than 25 years, and is the only two-dose HBV vaccine approved for adults.
Hidden Casualties
HHS leaders provide an overview of infectious diseases related to the opioid epidemic and highlight opportunities to improve our national response
Corinna Dan received an award from San Francisco Hep B Free for her extraordinary efforts in ensuring hepatitis B continues to be a priority across the nation
Corinna Dan received an award from San Francisco Hep B Free for her extraordinary efforts in ensuring hepatitis B continues to be a priority across the nation.
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The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released a draft Strategic Plan FY 2018-2022 and is inviting comments from stakeholders.
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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.
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The July 2017 CDC Vital Signs focuses on opioid prescribing patterns, which remain high and vary greatly by county.

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