Some inspiring World Hepatitis Day activities took place at the Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative last Thursday.
We at LiverWELL would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who has been involved in the range of events and campaigns this World Hepatitis Day 2022.
The StreetShot Youth Program is happening right now in regional Victoria and metro Melbourne! Connecting with young people, it's about raising awareness of risks, testing and treatment for viral hepatitis and liver health, and busting stigma myths!
Each year LiverWELL seeks to recognise the contribution of individuals and organisations who have raised awareness or increased knowledge to reduce the impact of viral hepatitis or liver disease on the Victorian community.
LiverWELL is supporting a range of community and health organisations to host events around the state to help raise awareness of hepatitis for World Hepatitis Day.
This Thursday 28 July 2022 we are taking on World Hepatitis Day with the global theme ‘Hepatitis Can’t Wait!’. This campaign brings together the World Hepatitis Alliance, the World Health Organization and a global network of over 300 members in nearly 100 countries.
As part of a worldwide movement, structures everywhere are being lit up in green to mark World Hepatitis Day.
The seminar will focus on general liver health, viral hepatitis, testing, vaccination and treatment options.
VIRAL: Are You The Cure?
This deadly short film about smashing hepatitis C launched last night to an enthusiastic audience at the Collingwood Yards.
The BBC reveals that UK experts believe they have finally identified the cause of the recent appearance of mysterious liver problems affecting young children globally.
Your liver will always thank you for cutting down alcohol, but there is no better time than July. Dry July encourages us to go alcohol-free in July for our health, and for a good cause - to raise funds for people affected by cancer.