“Treatment of hepatitis C has never been easier,” said Professor Alex Thompson, Director of the Department of Gastroenterology at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne.
World Hepatitis Day 2020 was like none before. Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL’s recognition of this important day included a social media campaign support of locally-based activities through our grants program, merchandise distribution and media coverage
Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL is proud to support a range of activities across the state that will mark World Hepatitis Day 2020, on 28 July.
An independent review of the Medically Supervised Injecting Room (MSIR) trial located in North Richmond has found it has saved lives and met many of its objectives, including reducing the spread of blood-borne viruses such as hepatitis C.
National Volunteer Week provides a focus point to extend our gratitude to the range of volunteers that have contributed so significantly to the work of Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL over many years.
Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL urges people with liver health conditions to continue seeing their regular care team and not skip appointments during the COVID-19 crisis.
Featuring articles on COVID-19 and Liver Health, the #kindtoyourliver campaign, and a podcast on combating obesity.
From 1 April authorised nurse practitioners can prescribe medicines listed on the PBS for hepatitis C, hepatitis B and HIV therapies.
This is what you need to be aware of if you are living with or caring for someone with chronic liver conditions