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2 years 6 months ago
Click here to read the full published report  London accounts for nearly a third of all newly diagnosed cases of hepatitis C reported in England, with 3,079 new laboratory reports of confirmed diagnoses reported in 2013, a rise of 12% since 2012. London also has the second highest rate of diagnosis per head of population, after Greater Manchester.
2 years 6 months ago
MSPs from the Scottish Parliament’s three largest parties used the opportunity afforded by a debate on hepatitis C in Scotland to unite in calling for the Scottish Government to commit to the elimination of hepatitis C, and to express their support for the estimated 37,000 people affected by the virus in Scotland.
2 years 7 months ago
Simple ideas to kick-start your New Year's fundraising This year we need your help more than ever. Take a look at our helpful leaflet packed with information and ideas to challenge you and raise vital funds and awareness for The Hepatitis C Trust
2 years 7 months ago
Richard Lyle MSP hosted a very successful reception for both The Hepatitis C Trust and Haemophilia Scotland in the Fairfax Sommerville Committee Room of the Scottish Parliament. 
2 years 8 months ago
In recent years community pharmacy has had an increasing role in public health provision. Pharmacies are uniquely placed to offer services from convenient, widely frequented locations with long opening hours and without the need for an appointment. They are also often regularly visited by people from higher risk groups who may not otherwise be engaged with other health services. In 2010 we launched a programme for hepatitis C and hepatitis B (and in some areas HIV) testing in pharmacies, following on from a very successful pilot in 2009.
2 years 8 months ago
Thank you so much for your help in offering to make a donation to The Hepatitis C Trust. The Hepatitis C Trust supports the estimated 214,000 people living with the virus and those at risk of infection. Donations to the Trust go towards our vital work, providing support and information to those affected by hepatitis C.

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