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World Hepatitis Summit

The World Hepatitis Summit 2017 will take place on 1 – 3 November 2017 in São Paulo, Brazil


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World Hepatitis Day

WHD is celebrated every year on July 28 and aims to drastically boost the global profile of viral hepatitis with events and activities taking place all over the world


World Hepatitis Day, 28 July 2016

Read the WHD global report to find out how the day was celebrated across the world.

Our latest news

India’s young filmmakers give a global voice to viral hepatitis survivors

14 Dec 2016 Tara Farrell

Today, media charity tve today launches four powerful films that give voice to five individuals in India who have survived viral hepatitis, one of...

Leave no-one behind

2 Dec 2016 Tara Farrell

On 3rd December, patients across the globe will unite to mark Patient Solidarity Day and reaffirm that patient-centred universal health coverage is...

HIV coinfection more than triples the risk of liver disease, liver failure and liver-related death from viral hepatitis

1 Dec 2016 Bridie Taylor

On World AIDS Day, the World Hepatitis Alliance calls for increased recognition of viral hepatitis and HIV coinfections London, 1 December 2016 –...

New WHA Executive Board announced

28 Nov 2016 Bridie Taylor

Our voting members have spoken and the votes have been counted! Following a fiercely contested election, we are delighted to announce our new...

WHO launches first-ever global report on access to hepatitis C treatment

27 Oct 2016 Tara Farrell

New report from the World Health Organization (WHO) released today shows how political will, civil society advocacy and pricing negotiations are...

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Hepatology, Medicine and Policy Journal

Open access peer reviewed journal on the prevention and management of viral hepatitis