Everyone can play a role in our national response to viral hepatitis. Hepatitis B and hepatitis C are the most common blood borne infections in the United States. In order to address this public health threat, we must engage partners from all sectors of society because our life-saving national viral hepatitis goals cannot be achieved through federal action alone.
Awareness months and days are an important opportunity to educate communities about the benefits of viral hepatitis prevention, testing, care, and treatment. Learn more about these observances and existing resources.
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Content created by Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP) Content last reviewed on May 14, 2019
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