“Hepatitis C by the Numbers” US Senate Map
The Caring Ambassadors Program – United States Senate Map has been developed as a tool for you, the constituent, to use when calling your elected officials about hepatitis B or C. The map provides a quick snap shot of specific populations within each state. Depending on your state, you may have populations that are disproportionately affected by hepatitis B or C. Click on your state – you may be surprised. You can contact your elected official from the links provided.
For more information on how to write or call your U.S. Senator, click here. Feel free to send this map directly to your U.S. Senator
Alaska: Scroll the map to the right and down to view.
Hawaii: Scroll the map to the right to view.
Note 1: A few geographic areas are not working in the map. We apologize for this technical issue. We hope to have them resolved soon.
Note 2: Please be patient when using the zoom function, the map data reloads and it takes a moment for the cursor to reset.
Data Sources and Disclaimer:
Liver cancer incidence from American Cancer Society. Cancer Facts & Figures 2012. Atlanta: American Cancer Society; 2012. The data in this map is derived from the 2010 Census district level data multiplied by CDC NHANES prevalence rates for hepatitis B and C. This does not take into account the populations not captured in NHANES. These are estimates. Caring Ambassadors Program is not responsible for any errors in the data sets. These are to be used as informational only.