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Author, Hepatitis C Advocate, Health Educator
Lucinda Porter discusses the last chapter of her hepatitis C story.
World Hepatitis Day is trying to reach the nearly 300 million people worldwide who are unaware that they are living with viral hepatitis.
E-cigarettes seem safer than smoking. However, you may be surprised to read what researchers found about e-cigarettes and liver.
Good nutrition is essential for a healthy liver. However, with all the hype about food, how do you know what the healthiest diet is?
A look at the risks and rewards of hepatitis C treatment.
Hepatitis C is a stigmatized disease. How we talk about and the words we use can reduce this stigma.
Help for those whose insurance denies coverage for hepatitis C treatment.
International NASH Day is June 12. This day is set aside to raise awareness of the fatty liver disease, NASH
Do you know the benefits of successful hepatitis C treatment, along the risks associated with not trying treatment?
Hepatitis Awareness Month, observed in May, is nearly over. It’s the perfect time to talk about the liver.
A look at the latest news and research on the subject of children with viral hepatitis.
The opioid epidemic has caused an increase in the incidence of hepatitis C among women of childbearing age, Is hope on the horizon?
Here are 5 reasons why everyone needs to get involved during Hepatitis Awareness Month, as well as the rest of the year.
Highlights from the 2019 International Liver Congress hosted by the European Association for the Study of the Liver.
Contact with nature is an emerging field of research showing the potential to influence some important public-health problems.
A look at hepatitis C and the brain, including hepatic encephalopathy .
April is National Donate Life Month. What do you know about organ donation? Here are 5 facts.
A look at April Fools’ Day and the benefits of humor for people with hepatitis C, liver disease and other health issues.
Living with hepatitis C is risky.Untreated hep C increases risk of cirrhosis, liver cancer, and early death from all causes.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is caused by excess fat in the liver, and can worsen into non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
A look at two recent cancer studies. One showing an increased hepatitis prevalence in cancer patients; the other looks at high fiber diets.
A tribute to the HCV Advocate and a look at the future of hepatitis C activism.
Highlights some of the latest hepatitis C and liver disease research.
Hepatitis C exposure can be very distressing. “What if I have it? What will this do to my career, sex life, etc.? Will I die?”
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