Global Nations Declare End to Viral Hepatitis by 2030

September 8, 2015

New declaration on viral hepatitis, by leaders from 98
countries, sets targets to eliminate hepatitis at first ever world summit

Global leaders commit to setting targets to eliminate
hepatitis as a public health threat – currently kills more than 1.4 million
people a year, 4000 people a day, and more than 400 million people are
chronically infected with hepatitis B or C.

Pivotal moment on the road to eliminating viral hepatitis
reached on final day of first ever World Hepatitis Summit in Glasgow.


Melanie Eagle CEO welcomes the committment to #ElimateHep by 2030.


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