WHO HIV & Hepatitis News

At the end of 2018, WHO HIV & Hepatitis had some important news to announce, two of these we would like to bring to your attention.

More information and extra WHO Hepatitis news is easy accesible on https://www.who.int/hepatitis/en/

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World Hepatitis Day 2020

The VHPB endorsers the annual World Hepatitis Day campaign: Find the missing millions.

Worldwide, 290 million people are living with viral hepatitis unaware. Without finding the undiagnosed and linking them to care, millions will continue to suffer, and lives will be lost. On World Hepatitis Day, 28 July, we call on people from across the world to take action and raise awareness to find the “missing millions”.

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News - 2020 European Parliament Special Committee on Cancer

Thanks to ACHIEVE’s advocacy, both hepatitis B and C were included in the mandate of the European Parliament’s special committee on cancer, referenced as WHO identified key preventable risk factors for cancer. 

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News - 2020 World Immunization Week - VSN

Seek reliable information from trusted sources. The VHPB is a VSN member and has been verified by the World Health Organization!

#VaccinesWork #VSNVerified

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News - 2020 World Immunization Week

The VHPB endorses the World Immunization Week 2020 (24-30 April 2020)

 

 

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News - 2020 October, Budapest, Hungary

VHPB country meeting - Elimination of Viral Hepatitis in Hungary: Lessons learnt and the way forward.

The presentations, premeeting document and conclusions of the VHPB meeting in Budapest, Hungary are online.

 

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News - 2020 Care of patients with liver disease during the COVID-19 pandemic: EASL-ESCMID postion paper

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News - 2020

The VHPB board has a well-established track record and a successful way of working. In image of this way of working, the HPV prevention and control board was founded in 2015 (see video).

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News - 2019 The ACHIEVE ambition

The ACHIEVE ambition is to see the elimination of viral hepatitis in Europe by 2030.

David Goldberg

Pierre Van Damme

Greet Hendrickx

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News - 2019 Genes predicting liver cancer

 

25-11-2019 - Researchers at the University of Antwerp and the University Hospital Antwerp (Belgium) have identified a set of genes who predict which individual will develop liver cancer, enabling early treatment and a higher chance for a preferable outcome. Thomas Vanwolleghem (VHPB advisor) (Article, in Dutch).

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