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1 year 3 weeks ago
The Hepatitis C Trust and its partners have won an award for innovation at The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) Health Collaboration Summit 2016 for their South West Hepatitis C Partnership. Working with Addaction, AbbVie and Incisive Health, the Trust has run a pilot initiative comprising three key interventions:
1 year 3 weeks ago
This year’s Art on a Postcard Secret Auction has been a great success with four hundreds postcards sold for over £70,000. The artists included international household names, Grayson Perry, Maggie Hambling, Oliver Jeffers, Peter Blake, Harland Miller Gilbert and George and host of Royal Academicians such as Ken Howard RA,  Mick Rooney RA, John Wragg RA, Rebecca Salter RA, Paul Huxley RA and Steven Farthing RA as well as emerging talent.
1 year 1 month ago
Co-ordinated by The Hepatitis C Trust, the Hepatitis C Parliamentary Champions are made up of a cross-party selection of MSPs with the aim of ensuring that hepatitis C stays firmly on the political agenda in Scotland. By working together with The Hepatitis C Trust, the Champions ensure that the best interests of people with hepatitis C in Scotland are represented in the Scottish Parliament.
1 year 1 month ago
The Art on a Postcard Secret Auction is now live with international household names including Grayson Perry, Maggie Hambling, Oliver Jeffers, Peter Blake, Harland Miller, Gilbert & George and a host of Royal Academicians such as Ken Howard RA, Mick Rooney RA, John Wragg RA, Rebecca Salter RA, Paul Huxley RA and Steven Farthing RA, as well as emerging talent are within the 400 plus postcard sized artworks up for auction. As always, proceeds from the auction will go towards the Hepatitis C Trust’s campaign to eliminate the virus as a major public health concern by 2030.
1 year 2 months ago
The Hepatitis C Trust is today launching a new report on hepatitis C in Wales that urges the Welsh Government to take the lead in eliminating hepatitis C; a potentially fatal blood-borne virus that affects an estimated 12,000 – 14,000 people in Wales but that is undiagnosed in around half of all people infected.
1 year 2 months ago
The court has refused permission for the judicial review we have sought on NHS England’s decision to restrict access to hepatitis C treatment to be heard. The Hepatitis C Trust after careful consideration has decided not to challenge this decision. We believe those living with hepatitis C will now be better served by the Trust if it campaigns for access to these treatments outside of the courts.
1 year 2 months ago
Art on a Postcard has returned for their second year at Moniker Art Fair to fundraise for The Hepatitis C Trust. Hugely popular, they were the  official charity of the fair. The Guaranteed Postcard Lottery sold out quickly, a ticket that for only £50 offered a chance to win original, signed artworks by world renowned artists such as Harland Miller, Peter Blake, Ally McIntyre Brad Downey, Zsofia Schweger, Inkie, Eelus, Pure Evil and Rugman.
1 year 2 months ago
The Welsh Government has annouced as an interim measure that payments related to contaminated blood, will for the remainder of the 2016-17 financial year will be at the same levels as England. You can read more here.      
1 year 2 months ago
The Hepatitis C Trust’s Art on a Postcard is back for its second year at Moniker  The Postcard Lottery was a huge hit at last year’s Moniker Art Fair and sold out before the end. The lottery gives you the chance to own an original artwork by one of the many world renowned artists involved. By purchasing a £50 lottery ticket you are guaranteed to win a postcard size work of art from the likes of Harland Miller, Gilbert and George, Peter Blake, Ally McIntyre Brad Downey, Zsofia Schweger, Inkie, Eelus, Pure Evil and Rugman.
1 year 2 months ago
Gilead’s pan-genotypic treatment Epclusa, which is a combination of sofosbuvir and velpatasvir has taken a step forward through The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) approval process. NICE have published an appraisal consultation which indicates that the treatment may be approved as cost effective. There are many more hurdles for it to cross before it could be made available within the NHS.

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