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Hepatitis A: EFSA and ECDC update their rapid outbreak assessment    europa.eu

Hepatitis A: EFSA and ECDC update their rapid outbreak assessment[...]

EFSA helps investigate the source of hepatitis A outbreaks    europa.eu

EFSA helps investigate the source of hepatitis A outbreaks[...]

Hepatitis A outbreak: EFSA coordinates trace-back investigation    europa.eu

Hepatitis A outbreak: EFSA coordinates trace-back investigation[...]

HIV and STI prevention among men who have sex with men - Just Published - EU Bookshop    europa.eu

HIV and STI prevention among men who have sex with men[...]

Hepatitis A: EFSA and ECDC publish a joint rapid outbreak assessment    europa.eu

Hepatitis A: EFSA and ECDC publish a joint rapid outbreak assessment[...]

HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum XXI in Luxembourg    aidsactioneurope.org

On July 6-7 the HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum held its 21st meeting. Besides the fixed agenda points, such as reporting of CSF activities and updates from the European Commission and institutions, the[...]

World Hepatitis Day: Prevent hepatitis. Act now.    uicc.org

Global Education and Training Initiative Global Access to Pain Relief Initiative Global Initiative for Cancer Registry Development World Hepatitis Day: Prevent hepatitis. Act now. Globally, close to[...]

Research Headlines - Lymphocytes versus hepatitis B virus: caught in action    europa.eu

For the first time ever, two ERC grantees, Prof. Luca G. Guidotti and Dr Matteo Iannacone, have observed in vivo how specific white blood cells, so-called cytotoxic T lymphocytes, identify, target an[...]

Viral hepatitis – 400 deaths a day in the WHO European Region could be prevented    who.int

Over 13 million people in the WHO European Region live with chronic hepatitis B infection and over 15 million with chronic hepatitis C infection, leading to 400 deaths every day. WHO calls on policy-[...]

Georgia sets sights on eliminating hepatitis C    who.int

In April 2015, Georgia launched a hepatitis C elimination programme by making the new curative treatment available to people infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) and suffering from severe liver dise[...]

Upcoming meeting of the HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum in Luxembourg on July 6-7    aidsactioneurope.org

The HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum is gathering again, for the 21st time in Luxembourg to discuss the current state and latest developments in HIV policy in Europe. Besides the recurring agenda points,[...]

Scientific guideline: Draft reflection paper on viral safety of plasma-derived medicinal products with respect to hepatitis E virus, draft: consultation open    europa.eu

Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is a causative agent of hepatitis in many countries and of emerging concern in industrialised countries. HEV is a non-enveloped, single-stranded, positive-sense RNA virus and [...]

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