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July 2024

Hepatitis Awareness Month




      During July, The U.S. The Department of Health and Human Services recognizes those infected with viral hepatitis. Despite being considered a preventable health threat, this condition claims the lives of over 1.3 million people a year. By raising awareness, The World Hepatitis Alliance is working to stop the rising rate of death caused by this virus and its associated complications. 

      July 28th is World Hepatitis Day, and the public is urged to “Take Action. Test. Treat. Vaccinate.” Vaccines are available for hepatitis A and hepatitis B, and there is a one-treatment cure available for hepatitis C. However, due to a lack of awareness and education, many continue to lose their lives to outbreaks in astounding numbers. Take time this month to educate yourself about this virus, how to prevent its spread, and how to stop the stigma surrounding those who live with it. 


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Department of Health and Human Services



Protect yourself Against Hepatitis B 

Hepatitis C Screening 

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