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Register Today for July 25 Webinar: African Americans and Hep C
In Observance of the Inaugural African American Hepatitis C Action Day

July 17, 2013

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This announcement has been sent on behalf of our network supporters, the Harm Reduction Coalition:

African Americans and Hepatitis C

Thursday, July 25, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. EDT

Register now!

Hepatitis C is the most common chronic blood-borne infection in the United States and a leading cause of chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, and liver cancer. It is also a neglected health condition, with: African Americans and Blacks have a higher prevalence of chronic Hepatitis C infection compared with non-Hispanic white Americans and are twice as likely to have ever been infected with Hepatitis C.

This webinar will provide information on the impact of Hepatitis C on African Americans and strategies to address the viral hepatitis C epidemic in the African-American community.

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The following will be discussed:

Moderator: Hadiyah Charles, M.A. -- Hepatitis Advocacy Manager, Harm Reduction Coalition

Presenters:

Christopher Bates, M.P.A. -- Senior Advisor to the Director Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy

Marlene Taylor, P.A.-C. -- HIV/HCV Primary Care Provider Montefiore Medical Center, New York

Malinda Ellwood, J.D. -- Health Law and Policy Clinical Fellow, from Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School

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