Reaching out to our Communities with translated videos and language pages.
For the last 25 years I have worked in liver health as a gastroenterologist, specialising in hepatology. My days mostly involve treating people in need of liver transplantations at the Austin.
My passion for health care led me to undertake a degree in Health Science, with a double major in Health Promotion and Addiction Studies.
I have educated my friends about Hepatitis B to encourage them to get a blood test and vaccinated.
I grew up with my sister who suffered from autoimmune liver disease, and helped care for my sister and always wanted to do more to help other people with liver disease
When Ayanda visited the Nurse she was concerned her child may be exposed to hepatitis B.
Jules Cassidy has been an advocate for viral hepatitis, harm reduction, and mental health for decades.
Steven talks about his lived experience of acquiring hepatitis C through the healthcare system and successfully undergoing interferon treatment some years later.
Peter Higgs, a social researcher, university lecturer, and former president of Hepatitis Victoria tells his stigma story.
Thi reflects on her experiences disclosing and discussing her condition to the various people in her life – including friends, family, and co-workers.
Stephen talks about his challenge living with chronic conditions.
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