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HepCBC is a non-profit organization run by and for people infected and affected by viral hepatitis. Our mission is to provide education, prevention and support to those living with viral hepatitis.

The Week in Review: Jan 11, 2019 – Jan 18, 2019

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The Week in Review: Jan 11, 2019 – Jan 18, 2019

Friday, Jan 18, 2019 News Recap: Photos of January 10, 2019 HepCBC Community Dinner in Memory of Phil Wilkin at Our Place Victoria, BC January 10, 2019. A community dinner was held today at Our Place Society in memory of HepCBC’s Board Member and Prison Outreach Committee founder, Phil Wilkin. It was a truly blessed evening and we are happy to share these great photos (many thanks to photographer and event organizer, Tracy, of Our Place). Invitation

Photos of January 10, 2019 HepCBC Community Dinner in Memory of Phil Wilkin at Our Place

Victoria, BC January 10, 2019. A community dinner was held today at Our Place Society in memory of HepCBC’s Board Member and Prison Outreach Committee founder, Phil Wilkin. It was a truly blessed evening and we are happy to share these great photos (many thanks to photographer and event organizer, Tracy, of Our Place!): http://www.hepcbc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/20190110_PhilDinner_Photos_opt.pdf Details: HepCBC raised the money ($750 donated to Our

Invitation to HepCBC Info Booth at Sat. Jan. 26th SURREY HEALTH EXPO!

We’re pleased to invite the public to this FREE family-oriented event January 26, 2019 from noon to 5 pm at Surrey City Hall, 13450 104th Avenue in Surrey. HepCBC will have a “Liver Wellness” Info booth, expertly staffed by HepCBC volunteers, physician Dr. Urvashi Beruar of Sidney and microbiologist Dr. Anuradha Dhavan of Vancouver. This event will have many materials available in a wide variety of languages. Read our 2 page article which will be in the Ex...

Egypt Shares its Hepatitis Elimination Successes with its Neighbours in Africa

CAIRO - 16 January 2019: Minister of Health Hala Zayed unveiled an Egyptian initiative to treat African people with hepatitis C, starting with the Nile Basin countries which have an estimated 3.7 million hepatitis C patients, representing 30 percent of the total number of infected people in Africa. In move after stunning move, Egypt continues to demonstrate bold world leadership in our fight to eliminate viral hepatitis from every country. Egypt was the f