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Author, Hepatitis C Advocate, Health Educator
The viral hepatitis world has made great strides over the years. However, lately there have been some setbacks. A look at recent news.
A look at the latest Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans from the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
Some good news in the hepatitis C realm, plus a look at the practice of gratitude.
Ending the week with summaries of research from the 2018 Liver Meeting. I cover hepatitis B vaccination, diet and alcoholic liver disease.
A review of some of the the latest research relating to hepatitis B presented at the annual Liver Meeting.
Summaries of some noteworthy hepatitis C research presented at the 2018 Liver Meeting.
A look at highlights from the 2018 Liver Meeting focusing on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
The hepatitis C spontaneous clearance rate has been estimated at 15 to 25 percent. Recent research suggests that it may be much higher.
The latest research on hepatitis C treatment for people who are infected with HBV, HCV, and HIV.
Essential info for anyone who is hepatitis B core antibody-positive, surface antigen-negative, and surface antibody-positive or negative.
According to the National Cancer Institute, liver cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer death in the United States.
Do you know that the liver doesn’t have any nerve cells? Here are some facts about this amazing organ in honor of Liver Awareness Month.
Research shows that increased consumption of coffee and cannabis may reduce the risk for early death from hepatitis C infection.
What do hurricanes have to do with hepatitis?
The current trend in hepatitis C shows that it’s on a clear path of destruction of human life.
A recent headline about hepatitis C is deceptive. Let’s take a deeper look and uncover the facts.
September 9th is designated National African Immigrant and Refugee HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Awareness (NAIRHHA) Day.
Hepatitis C support groups have tangible benefits. Science tells us that support groups work.
Summaries of the latest cirrhosis and liver cancer research.
Researchers have discovered a new hepatitis C genotype.
What would the world be like if we didn’t have hepatitis B and C advocates? I shudder to think of it.
World Hepatitis Day 2018 has come and gone, but the need for it has not. Viral hepatitis is still here, taking livers and lives.
World Hepatitis Day is July 28, providing an opportunity for all of us to aid in the elimination of viral hepatitis.
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