Many students from the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) were born in hepatitis B endemic countries, so learning about how to get tested, vaccinated and treated in time is crucial.
LiverWELL welcomes the release of the new hepatitis B and hepatitis C strategies from the Department of Health, as a part of the Victorian sexual and reproductive health and viral hepatitis strategy 2022–30.
Associate Professor Naiyang Fu at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research has been awarded the Victorian Cancer Agency – LiverWELL Mid-Career Research Fellowship. He will use the funding to investigate the potential of a gene as a biomarker and therapeutic target for liver cancer patients.
This week we feature an interview with Mei Mak as part of our series to spread awareness of liver health. Mei Mak is a lived-experience speaker and HEPHero who has been involved with LiverWELL since 2017.
It's time to throw away your razors to support men's health this November!
Last Thursday we hosted our annual StreetShot Awards Ceremony at Youth Projects in Sunshine for the winners of the youth art competition.
Friends and supporters of LiverWELL gathered at the Bowls Club in Flagstaff Gardens on Tuesday 18 October to attend the AGM and celebrate the 30th Anniversary of LiverWELL and our previous organisations.
This is the second part of our series for Liver Awareness Month 2022. This week we feature interviews with Dr Amanda Wade and Nurse Inga Tribe as they share their insights on working with hepatitis patients in the sector.
Our Multicultural Community Educator Alain teamed up with the Filipino Australian Seniors Association Inc. to deliver a liver health and viral hepatitis session to the Filipino Community in Melbourne’s South East.
This October marks Liver Awareness Month 2022,
a month where we highlight the importance of liver health and raise awareness of liver diseases such as hepatitis.
Community Educator Tepy Hoeung recently featured on SBS Khmer radio to discuss the importance of addressing the stigma and discrimination surrounding hepatitis B and C.
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