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Hep B United 25m
It's National Family Caregivers Month! Caring for a person with B can be stressful, but justeven a few minutes for yourself can help. See how to cope with stress:
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NOhep 8h
How can we eliminate viral ? ⬆️ Increase treatment rates ⬇️ Decrease infection rates We are campaigning for more people to be treated for hepatitis, and for less people to contract the virus through the use of vaccines.
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ELPA 🇪🇺🇺🇳 Oct 27
WORKING DOCUMENT Areas of action ▶️ Alcohol ▶️Vaccinations B ▶️Healthy nutritional habits / ▶️healthy body weight/ ▶️European Green Deal ▶️Physical activity 👉What we are misiing //prevent
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University Health Network Oct 26
UHN-led study shows children are at risk of becoming infected with B before getting vaccinated as teenagers. Here's why our researchers are recommending a change in vaccination policy, so this vaccine can be offered at birth. Read more →
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Manual Of Medicine Oct 23
Common Serologic Patterns in Hepatitis B Virus Infection and their Interpretation .
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Journal of Hepatology Oct 25
is the leading cause of death in patients with chronic . The aMAP score for HCC risk (a model with Age, Male, Albumin-bili & Platelets) accurately predicts HCC development, regardless of aetiology and ethnicity. at
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World Hepatitis Alliance Oct 27
Since 2009, The Liver Foundation in Pakistan have: ➡️ Screened more than 12,000 people for B and C ➡️ Vaccinated almost 4,000 people against hepatitis B ➡️ Treated more than 5,000 people for hepatitis B or C We could not be more inspired by our members' achievements.
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Henry E. Chang Oct 20
The unsung heroes of the Nobel-winning C discovery. A tight-knit team of scientists worked feverishly to identify the deadly virus. Only one of them was awarded the via
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SiphoMed Group 11h
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Hep B United 4h
NEXT WEEK: Join for an interactive webinar to discuss the B and screening of cancer patients! Updated guidelines now recommend all patients be tested for hep B before going into treatment. FREE registration:
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The ISHLT Oct 27
Two free webinars on tomorrow: one on segmental and subsegmental disease in and another on C+ donors for heart . Webinars are free for ALL through the end of the year, but registration is required!
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ELPA 🇪🇺🇺🇳 Oct 22
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Infectious Diseases and Therapy 2h
This study aimed to analyze the diversity of intestinal flora in patients with chronic B (CHB) and investigate the effect of on the intestinal flora in these patients. You can read this in full here:
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PANinBC 52m
Spend an hour learning about with one of our on-demand webinars from in Focus: equitable access to treatment, the care cascade, and the fight against
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NOhep Oct 24
? There are safe and effective cures available for C! Most people experience few or no side effects and can be cured in just 8-12 weeks. Find out more about how is transmitted, prevented & treated at
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World Hepatitis Alliance 5h
Viral has a disproportionate impact on peoples, -19 has further impacted them. On 24 November Indigenous people and allies will gather online to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 and viral hepatitis, join here
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World Hepatitis Alliance 5h
Advocacy is crucial to unlocking domestic financing for elimination. Ministries of Health will need buy-in from a range of actors - but they don't have to advocate alone. Harnessing the power of the affected community can be highly effective -
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15x4Munich - monthly sci comm events in English Oct 27
To learn more about the Nobel Prizes, don’t miss our event on the 8th of November. More information: Source:
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NOhep Oct 25
Spread the word to stop the spread of the virus: there's a safe and effective vaccine available to protect against B. Join to demand better access to this life-saving intervention:
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Oct 21
Ways to lower your risk of : 🚭Don’t smoke. 🏄🏿‍♀️Exercise regularly and eat healthy. 🖐️🏾Limit your alcohol intake. 👍🏼Vaccinate your children against HPV &a B. 💋Practice to avoid sexually transmitted infections.
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