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External link Hep Web Study Exit Disclaimer
This is CDC-funded site for provider education features interactive, case-based modules with free CE credits, a slide library with presentations for downloading and a glossary of definitions and terms.
External link Hepatitis B Foundation Exit Disclaimer
The Hepatitis B Foundation has joined with the Office of Minority Health and the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations to launch a new campaign in September 2010 to raise awareness around the epidemic of chronic hepatitis B among Americans of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage. The Foundation’s site offers multimedia, continuing education resources and experts on the topic of chronic hepatitis B in multiple languages.
External link The Hepatitis C/HIV Midwest Outreach Exit Disclaimer
Formerly known as The Hepatitis C Ministry/Multicultural Outreach, The Hepatitis C/HIV Midwest Outreach is a not-for-profit, non-governmental Christian organization whose mission is to improve the health status of communities affected by viral hepatitis, in particular, Hepatitis C (HCV) and Hepatitis B (HBV).
External link Web Site focuses on Provider’s Hepatitis Knowledge Exit Disclaimer
The web site, Exit Disclaimer , address one of the four areas of need, which is lack of knowledge and awareness about chronic viral hepatitis on the part of health-care and social-service providers. It features a webinar discussion by Dr. John Ward, director of CDC’s Division of Viral Hepatitis, as he focuses on the IOM report recommendations. A second webinar, Viral Hepatitis 101, is also available at this site. The Web site is the work of the CDC-funded training center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
External link Resource link for Hep C Exit Disclaimer
External link Hepatitis Foundation International Exit Disclaimer
The Hepatitis Foundation International (HFI) is dedicated to the eradication of viral hepatitis, a disease affecting over 500 million people around the world. We seek to raise awareness of this enormous worldwide problem and to motivate people to support this important – and winnable – battle.
External link Hepatitis C Association Exit Disclaimer
The focus of the Hepatitis C Association is to educate the public, both patients and medical providers, about hepatitis C virus. We offer factual information through educational programs and support materials.
External link Hepatitis C Caring Ambassadors Program Exit Disclaimer
The Caring Ambassadors Hepatitis C Program (CAP-Hepatitis C) is a national non-profit organization devoted exclusively to meeting the needs of the hepatitis C community.
External link Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
General information on Hepatitis C

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