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226,566

people with chronic hepatitis B

in Australia

130,089

people with chronic hepatitis C

in Australia

74,704

Australians started new hep C cures

March 2016 to June 2019

Latest News

  • An open letter to Australia

    As a member of the Continuity of Care Collaboration this open letter is to remind everybody that while COVID-19 is taking centre stage, it’s important not to neglect other areas of your mental and physical health. Read more

  • World Hepatitis Day 2021 - Update

    For World Hepatitis Day 2021 Australia adopted the global theme of Hep Can’t Wait! In this article we highlight some of the activities that took place in Australia and through our global partners. Read more

  • World Hepatitis Day 2021 - Hep Can't Wait!

    In the lead up to World Hepatitis Day on 28 July, Hepatitis Australia is collaborating with many other Australian organisations, research institutes and professional bodies to provide invaluable insights into hepatitis B and hepatitis C in Australia. Find out how you can help. Read more

Current Projects

  • Hepatitis Policy Series

    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

  • If tatts could talk

    Backyard tattoos and body art done overseas could put you at risk of hepatitis B or C. Read more

  • Test Cure Live

    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