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28/07/17

Asian countries may miss WHO’s hepatitis target

… Survey shows Asian governments unready to meet WHO goal of stopping viral hepatitis spread by 2030. …

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25/02/17

NGOs, advocacy groups key to eliminating hepatitis

… Various groups from different countries convened to discuss global hurdles and plans to eliminate hepatitis by 2030. …

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15/05/07

Chimp test signals hepatitis vaccine progress

… A hepatitis C vaccine candidate can induce an immune response in chimpanzees, signalling progress in the quest for a vaccine. …

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23/12/05

Saliva-based hepatitis C test developed

… A hepatitis C test based on saliva rather than blood could make diagnosis cheaper and easier in developing countries. …

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16/08/05

Turning one hepatitis virus against the other

… Chinese scientists have adapted one hepatitis virus to interrupt the replication of another, and … say this could lead to new treatment for hepatitis B. …

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27/02/19

Stigma blocks viral hepatitis elimination in Asia Pacific

… Eliminating viral hepatitis depends on removing the stigma that often attaches to victims, experts say. …

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30/07/18

Fighting hepatitis C demands more than cheap drugs

… Cheap drugs alone will not get South-east Asians to seek hepatitis C care, says report. …

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03/08/17

Saliva-based test for easier hepatitis E detection

… New saliva test for hepatitis E promises to make surveillance for the virus easier than current blood, stool tests. …

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02/03/16

Asia-Pacific pressed to back WHO anti-hepatitis plan

… A coalition of health experts on hepatitis wants countries to endorse the WHO strategy to fight the disease. …

Editorials:

16/04/15

The case for keeping viral hepatitis in the SDGs

This disease was passed over by the MDGs. Now the world is fully aware of its impact, it can no longer be ignored.

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