Taking Action on Hepatitis B

The Multicultural Sexual Health Network hosted the Taking Action on Hepatitis B Forum on 23 July 2015 to celebrate World Hepatitis Day.

Thirty people filled the room at North Richmond Community Health Centre to hear from speakers: Dr Mihaela Ivan, A/Prof. Benjamin Cowie, Dr Jacqui Richmond, Kat Byron and Alison Coelho.

The speakers broadly discussed the current landscape of Hepatitis B in Victoria and Australia and suggested ways forward to improve treatment and care for people living with Hepatitis B in Australia.

Read a full summary of the ‘Taking Action on Hepatitis B’ MSHN Forum.

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