Information on the coronavirus COVID-19 for people affected by hepatitis B or hepatitis C. Read more
Although most people get hepatitis B at birth, it can be transmitted in other ways including sex. This article contains information about how it is spreads, and how you can keep your partner safe. Read more
If you’ve been told that you are “just a healthy carrier”, read on for a myth-busting update from Dr Alice Lam. Read more
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March 2016 to December 2018
Recent changes to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) allows authorised Nurse Practitioners to prescribe hepatitis B and hepatitis C medicines under the Highly Specialised Drugs (s100) Program. Read more
Hepatitis Australia has put together a brief factsheet with information about the coronavirus COVID-19 for people living with hepatitis B and hepatitis C. Read more
04 March 2020 - Hepatitis Australia announces appointment of new CEO Read more
The Hepatitis B Community Education Grants Program provided funding for forty community-based education projects around Australia to raise awareness about hepatitis B testing and treatment. Read more
The Hepatitis Australia Policy Series analyses each of the targets from the National Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Strategies, describes the current situation and makes recommendations to address factors inhibiting progress toward these targets. Read more
Test Cure Live is a national campaign encouraging people in Australia to speak to their doctor about getting tested for, and cured of hepatitis C. Read more