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Hepatitis Australia



Hepatitis Australia is the national leader in the area of viral hepatitis. This organisation works to ensure the needs of people living with hepatitis, or those at risk of hepatitis, are appropriately met.

Hepatitis Australia is working to achieve the following aims: a high level of community understanding; few new infections; the elimination of treatment barriers; easily accessible and high quality services; strong support networks; and the elimination of stigma and discrimination.

An example of some of the work undertaken by Hepatitis Australia includes: involvement in policy development; coordination of a range of projects; and the development of a range of publications and online resources. Hepatitis Australia also maintains two other websites: hspace (a youth website) and Hepatitis Education (a site for hepatitis C educators). Further to this, Hepatitis Australia facilitates the National Resource Network (NRN) which aims to build the capacity of those involved in the development of hepatitis C resources.


PO Box 716
Woden ACT 2606
Ph: (02) 6232 4257


Last updated: 3 August 2009
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