The Week in Review: Nov 16 – Nov 23, 2018

Friday, Nov 23, 2018 News Recap: Links to a Non-Academic Online Journal and a Blog about Viral Hepatitis We recommend that if you prefer non-academic language and are not yet subscribers to this online magazine or the HepVoice blog about viral hepatitis, that you should consider it. Here are the links. Elimination of Hepatitis C and the Imperative for Trauma-Informed Care Anyone interested in eliminating hepatitis C should read this article, "In...

Links to a Non-Academic Online Journal and a Blog about Viral Hepatitis

We recommend that if you prefer non-academic language and are not yet subscribers to this online magazine or the HepVoice blog about viral hepatitis, that you should consider it. Here are the links. Hep Voice magazine (from the World Hepatitis Alliance, published by Joomag: https://view.joomag.com/hepvoice-vol-31-november-2018/0526011001542639217 NOTE: It requires you to install Flash. It might be a pain, but it's worth it. Includes links to all their

FREE: Most Current Statistics, Research, and Data about Hepatitis in Canada

The most current statistics, research, and data about hepatitis B and C, as well as other liver diseases, can be found in the recent report, Liver Disease in Canada: A Crisis in the Making: An Assessment of Liver Disease in Canada Published by the Canadian Liver Foundation in March, 2013. Dr. Morris Sherman (MB.BCh, PhD, FRCP(C)), et al. Download this ENTIRE important report in PDF format from:http://www.liver.ca/files/PDF/Liver_Disease_Report_2013/Liver_D