All across the country, patients, clinicians, and community members are getting involved to share information and improve access to hepatitis C care. See below for resources on hepatitis C and liver disease. Let’s work together to end hepatitis C!
Hepatitis C Resources
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is a federal agency tasked with improving the health of the U.S. population through research, intervention, and policy. The CDC offers a wide array of resources on Hepatitis C for patients, communities, clinicians, and professionals, as well as information on health policy priorities and initiatives.
- CDC recommendations for Hep C screening
- Key points about Hep C
- Resources for Professionals
- Health Policy at CDC
The National Conference of State Legislatures is a bipartisan, non-governmental organization that aims to support state legislatures and their staff through innovation, communication, and policy. The NCSL has done considerable work to address Hepatitis C and other issues surrounding chronic disease, such as healthcare cost and quality, insurance access, and health reform.
Liver disease and cancer resources
The American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases is an international organization of scientists and health care professionals with a shared mission to prevent and cure liver disease.
The American Liver Foundation is a non-profit organization that promotes liver health and disease prevention through advocacy, education, and research.
- Learn about the link between Hepatitis C and the Liver
- Join a Support Group
- Subscribe to the LiverLowdownNewsletter
- Join ALF’s Advocacy efforts
Blue Faery is a non-profit organization whose mission is to prevent, treat and cure primary liver cancer, specifically Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), through research, education and advocacy.
- What you need to know about HCC(in English, Spanish, and Mandarin)
- Join the Liver Cancer Community group (for patients with HCC and their caregivers)
- Connect on Facebook
- Check out the Blue Faery Podcast