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WHA and UNITE host side meeting at the United Nations High-Level Meeting on UHC

19 Sep 2019 Chris Wingrove

Securing political leadership and innovative funding to achieve Universal Health Coverage. Where: UNAIDS New York office, 801 2nd Avenue/43rd St....

United Against Hepatitis- A Network for Hepatitis Free Society

12 Sep 2019 Isabel Bull

In 2016, 194 governments including that of India committed to eliminating viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030. In doing so, India has committed to diagnosing 30 per cent of people living with viral hepatitis by 2020 and 90 per cent of people by 2030....

World Hepatitis Alliance and IAPAC Announce Fast-Track Cities Partnership

9 Sep 2019 Lucy Ferrier

The World Hepatitis Alliance (WHA) and the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC) announced a new partnership today on the first day of the Fast-Track Cities 2019 conference in London....

hepinion: Exploring a pioneering catalytic funding mechanism for elimination in Uzbekistan

3 Sep 2019 Tash Priya

In Uzbekistan around 5,300 people die each year from liver disease and cancer related to hepatitis B or C. The tragedy is that almost all of these deaths are preventable. Uzbekistan, like many other low- to middle-income countries, faces a huge economic and social burden because of viral hepatitis. With no global funder present to help them to tackle the disease, new innovative models of financing need to be explored to make hepatitis elimination a reality....

World Hepatitis Day special: hepVoice August is Out Now

27 Aug 2019 Lucy Ferrier

The August 2019 edition of hepVoice, the monthly e-magazine from the World Hepatitis Alliance....

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Open access peer reviewed journal on the prevention and management of viral hepatitis