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hepinion: We must invest in viral hepatitis

30 Jul 2019 Tash Priya

Earlier this year JHEP released an article entitled ‘Global progress on the elimination of viral hepatitis as a major public health threat: An analysis of WHO Member State responses 2017’. Encouragingly, the article concludes that countries are making progress with respect to national hepatitis planning. However, there remains a major issue: financing....

hepVoice July is Out Now

25 Jul 2019 Lucy Ferrier

The July 2019 edition of hepVoice, the monthly e-magazine from the World Hepatitis Alliance...

Presidents message ahead of World Hepatitis Day

25 Jul 2019 Chris Wingrove

World Hepatitis Day is the one day when the world unites to celebrate the progress made towards the elimination of viral hepatitis. Progress that has...

hepinion: stigma and discrimination affects everyone

10 Jul 2019 Lucy Ferrier

On April 21, 2019, the shocking news came out that Pakistani cricketer Shadab Khan had been ruled out of the series against England prior to the Cricket World Cup 2019 after being diagnosed with hepatitis C. Shadab is a key player of Pakistan, the only specialist spinner in the 15 player squad. It’s really unfortunate for someone just diagnosed with hepatitis C to be withdrawn from their duties, and entirely unnecessary. If a renowned player like Shadab Khan became a victim of discrimination than what about common people?...

hepVoice June is Out Now

26 Jun 2019 Lucy Ferrier

The June 2019 edition of hepVoice, the monthly e-magazine from the World Hepatitis Alliance...

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