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The funding, which also supports harm reduction, arrives from the NY attorney general’s settlements with opioid manufacturers.
The Damien Center in Indianapolis adds clean syringes to its harm reduction, HIV and hepatitis C efforts.
Yes! An Alabama program allows organs to be transplanted from donors with hepatitis C into recipients who don’t have the virus.
News and tweets from the SYNChronicity 2021 Conference on HIV, hepatitis C, sexually transmitted infections and LGBTQ health
That means the Alaskan man, who contracted hepatitis C in 1976, and his shi tzu walked a distance equal to a lap around the Earth.
A $6.6 million grant aims to integrate services for HIV, hepatitis B and C and substance misuse into primary care clinics across the state.
Take daily actions to support #NAIRHHA. For example: Advocate for HIV and hepatitis programs to include African dialects.
Over 94,000 people died of drug overdoses in the U.S. last year. New York activists urge the new governor to OK overdose prevention centers.
The debut of guidance from the World Health Organization includes self-testing for hepatitis C virus. [VIDEO]
Some people needed liver transplants after taking weight loss and bodybuilding supplements, warn Australian researchers.
In January, Biden opened this enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act. Plus: Those with a health plan can change their coverage.
In the U.S., liver transplants due to alcoholic hepatitis tripled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Other findings show a similar trend.
A surge in West Virginia HIV cases linked to injection drug use spurred the CDC to recommend solutions, including hepatitis C testing.
Ballad Health warned clients of possible exposures to hepatitis B and C as well as HIV but said the risk was “extremely low.” [VIDEO]
Hepatitis B and C kill more people each year than HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB. That’s why “Hepatitis Can’t Wait.”
After dental clinics warned clients to get tested for blood-borne illnesses, three learned they had hepatitis C—and then sued.
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