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Health officials: Arizona sees surge of hepatitis A cases
The US state Arizona is seeing a surge in hepatitis A cases, mostly in the Tucson area but also in metro Phoenix, health officials said.
'Tamper-proof' OxyContin may have helped spread Hepatitis C
An effort to make the opioid painkiller OxyContin harder to abuse drove addicted patients to heroin and caused a dramatic increase in hepatitis C, a new study suggested.
Portugal opens hepatitis C treatment consultation centers for drug addicts
Former and current drug addicts in Portugal can now get a hepatitis C appointment outside hospitals — an initiative launched by the Portuguese Group of Activists in Treatment (GAT), that aims to bring this population closer to healthcare.
Iran plans to eradicate hepatitis B syndrome
Iran is planning to eradicate the risk of spreading hepatitis B virus via blood transmission, an Iranian health official was quoted as saying by Mehr News Agency.
Australia on track to eliminate hepatitis C by 2030
Australia remains on track to eliminate hepatitis C by the year 2030 according to Polaris Observatory data showcased at the World Hepatitis Summit in Brazil, but the CEO of Hepatitis Australia said the nation cannot rest on its laurels.
What is Hepatitis E? (video)
Hepatitis E is caused by the hepatitis E virus — which can infect both animals and humans.
Experts call for collaborative efforts to prevent hepatitis spread in Pakistan
The scale of hepatitis prevalence in Punjab, Pakistan calls for all sections of society to come forward and synergize efforts for control and prevention of the disease, said experts on at an awareness seminar to mark the World Hepatitis Day.
FDA approves two hepatitis C drugs for use in children over 12
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved two drugs to treat hepatitis C infection in children aged 12 and older.
Hepatitis B, C may up Parkinson's risk
Hepatitis B and C viruses may both be associated with a significantly increased risk of Parkinson's disease, a new study found.
Viral hepatitis 'kills as many as HIV/AIDS or TB'
Viral hepatitis is one of the leading killers across the globe, with a death toll that matches HIV/AIDS or tuberculosis, research in the Lancet suggested.
Help with the high cost of hepatitis C drugs
After legal battles and lobbying efforts, thousands of people in the US with hepatitis C are gaining earlier access to expensive drugs that can cure this condition.
11,000 Aussies at risk of HIV, hepatitis: Health authorities
At least 11,000 Australian patients who have visited two dental clinics in Sydney could have been exposed to HIV, according to authorities at the health organization of the state of New South Wales (NSW).
Al-Qaeda suspect dies days before trial in US
A Libyan al-Qaeda suspect has died days before his trial at a court in the United States, his lawyer says.
Tabriz hosts int'l hepatitis symposium
The International Symposium on Hepatitis B and C was held at Tabriz Medical University, East Azarbaijan, in northwestern Iran, from October 31 to November 1.

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