World Hepatitis Day 2018

World Hepatitis Day is marked globally on 28 July.


Hepatitis C cure - why miss out
World Hepatitis Alliance has committed to eliminating viral hepatitis by 2030.

Imagine a future without hepatitis C. Can we achieve this in the Australian bleeding disorders community?


New revolutionary hepatitis C treatments are now available in Australia.

  • High cure rates - 95% overall
  • Few if any side effects.

We are pleased to hear from Haemophilia Treatment Centres that most people with bleeding disorders have now been treated and cured of their hep C.

As a Partner in the national World Hepatitis Day Campaign, HFA works working with Hepatitis Australia and State and Territory Foundations on the annual national awareness campaign and is committed to making a difference on hepatitis C in Australia.


Watch this space – more information and resources specifically for people with bleeding disorders coming soon!



Visit the national World Hepatitis Day website

Read more about treatment and people with bleeding disorders on the HFA website

Read more about the new treatments on the Hepatitis Australia website 

Date last reviewed: 27 June 2018
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