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Find the Missing Millions

No one should have to live with viral hepatitis without knowing. Yet, globally more than 290 million men, women and children do. Unless there is a massive scale-up in screening, diagnosis and linkage to care, more people will become infected and lives will continue to be lost.

COMBATING THE OPIOID CRISIS: PREVENTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH SOLUTIONS

Rep. Leonard Lance (R-NJ) and Rep. Joseph Kennedy III (D-MA) introduce the "Eliminating Opioid Related Infectious Diseases Act of 2018" Read the bill here Sen. Todd Young (R-IN) introduced a bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to reauthorize and expand a...

Young Chicago Authors collaborates with Caring Ambassadors!

In the fight against hepatitis C, young voices have been noticeably absent. In the fall of 2017, the Caring Ambassadors Program and some poets from Young Chicago Authors set out to change that. Click here to see their completed...

PREVENTING THE INFECTIOUS DISEASE CONSEQUENCES OF THE OPIOIDS CRISIS

The United States is experiencing an epidemic of viral hepatitis and HIV outbreaks across the nation, fueled by the opioid crisis. The 2015 HIV and hepatitis C outbreak in Indiana is powerful evidence that persons who inject drugs (PWID) are at high risk for both HIV...

#StigmaStops

Stigma stops the majority of people living with viral hepatitis enjoying the quality of life they deserve.   Read more...

America Is Falling Behind in Hepatitis Elimination Efforts

More than 60 organizations, including NVHR, signed onto a letter urging the Trump administration to invest in the Department of Health & Human Services Viral Hepatitis Action Plan and to commit in words and action to the elimination of HBV and HCV in the United States...