Directory, confidential helpline, support and representation for people living with Hep C. The Hepatitis C Trust is the national UK charity for hepatitis C with offices in London and Edinburgh and has been operating since 2001. It is a patient-led and patient-run organisation: most of our board, staff, and volunteers either have hepatitis C or have had it and have cleared it after treatment.

Extensive range of factsheets and information leaflets on liver conditions incl Hepatitis A/B/C and cirrhosis. We support patients and families so you don’t have to face liver disease alone. We campaign to improve awareness so more people are aware of the risks to the liver. We lobby for improved services for patients.

We are a registered charity funded by donations

Online resources providing up to date news on hepatitus, treatments and the needs of people living with viral hepatitis. The aim of infohep.org is to develop a high-quality online resource to increase awareness of viral hepatitis, its treatment, and the needs of people living with viral hepatitis in Europe.

The aim of infohep.org is to develop a high-quality online resource to increase awareness of viral hepatitis, its treatment, and the needs of people living with viral hepatitis in Europe.

NAM (aidsmap.com) is working with the World Hepatitis Alliance and the European Liver Patients Association (ELPA) on infohep.org.

We want to provide access to accurate, clear information to support health professionals and advocates working in the hepatitis field across Europe.

There have been recent hepatitis treatment breakthroughs and there are numerous exciting new drugs currently in clinical trials. But in order to realise the benefits of new treatments for hepatitis, there needs to be investment in developing and sharing skills and knowledge among healthcare professionals and community advocates.

Successful treatment for viral hepatitis requires an approach to treatment which respects the needs of the person living with hepatitis. In order to support the people in their care effectively (for example to assess their readiness for treatment and to offer support around taking treatment), professionals need guidance and support in best practice.

Online magazine about everything Hepatitus (USA). Hep is an award-winning print and online brand for people living with and affected by viral hepatitis. Offering unparalleled editorial excellence since 2010, Hep and HepMag.com are the go-to source for educational and social support for people living with hepatitis.

Hep is an award-winning print and online brand for people living with and affected by viral hepatitis. Offering unparalleled editorial excellence since 2010, Hep and HepMag.com are the go-to source for educational and social support for people living with hepatitis.

At Smart + Strong, Hep’s parent, we know that when you are armed with expert, unbiased health care information; when you are empowered and inspired to advocate for your needs; and when you can connect to others dealing with a similar health condition, you are more likely to survive-and thrive.

Smart + Strong’s health-focused magazines and websites bring together large, diverse populations to share lifesaving information with them and to serve as platforms for you to tell health care providers, insurance companies, the media, our government and especially each other what it’s like to live with—and overcome—a given health challenge.