In observance of Hepatitis Awareness Month, I am posting to this blog daily, highlighting websites and organizations that are doing remarkable work educating the public, raising awareness, and making a difference in the lives of those affected by viral hepatitis. I suggest you visit each site, and find out what they are doing, how you can stay informed, and possibly help with their efforts.

I have written about HepCure before, and it’s certainly worthy of mentioning again. HepCure is a website and app designed for patients, hepatologists, and primary care  providers. HepCure offers over 30 webinars, including one tomorrow (May 10) at 4:30 ET (1:30 Pacific). Raising Hepatitis C Awareness: It Takes a Community is a discussion with Tina Broder and Ryan Clary (National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable ), Corinna Dan (Viral Hepatitis Policy Advisor, Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy, HHS) and myself. To attend the webinar, visit HepCure.

Click here to read my previous blog about the HepCure patient app. It’s free and packed with hepatitis C information and support.

Follow HepCure on Twitter @HepCure