Past Event

Australia’s Biggest Quiz!

Event date
October 26, 2022 - October 26, 2022

Australia’s Biggest Quiz hopes to break a Guinness World Record while also raising awareness of hepatitis C and its cure. It is set to take place at multiple venues across Australia, alongside a national virtual audience. Anyone can register to take part in the quiz and it is a great way to test your general knowledge of topics such as sport, history, music, geography and much more.

Too often, regional areas can be neglected in health campaigns and as a result, don’t learn about the latest innovations or treatments. Because of this, there are 16 live event locations across regional Australia to support more Australians getting involved. However, If you can’t make it to a live event, there is also the opportunity to participate online.

Participating in Australia’s Biggest Quiz is an exciting way to show just how knowledgeable you are in certain topics, but it’s likely that you probably know more about sport, history, music culture and countries than you do about hepatitis C.

Here are some hepatitis C facts that might surprise you:

  • Untreated hepatitis C is a leading cause of liver cancer, the fastest growing contributor to cancer deaths in Australia.
  • Hepatitis C often doesn’t display symptoms until it causes liver damage.
  • Most people still living with hepatitis C either don’t know they have it, or that it can be cured.
  • Since a cure became available in 2015, 50% of Australians living with hepatitis C have been successfully treated.

LiverWELL will be assisting at quiz locations across Victoria in Melton, Ballarat and Shepparton. Register your place below!

Register for Australia's Biggest Quiz
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