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Screening and Linkage To Care Summit 2020

In September, we launched the SLTC Summit virtual series with two live and fully interactive webinars. Both webinars took on a chat show format, hosted by Graham Foster, and included, in total, a panel of 11 multistakeholder faculty from across the globe.

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Race To HCV Elimination

Download the new extensive report examining how countries are faring in the race to HCV elimination.

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Stories @ Hepatic Health

Hear global perspectives from healthcare professionals and patients on the experiences of those living with viral hepatitis.

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Hepatitis C

Background on the global and local burden of HCV; the expanding role of primary care in HCV management; diagnosis and pre-treatment assessment; HCV treatment and ongoing care. The important role of hepatitis nurses in the HCV care pathway is also discussed.


Hepatitis B

A comprehensive summary of currently available knowledge on HBV is provided here – information focuses on screening, diagnosis and management of people living with HBV.

Hepatic Health

An educational resource designed to meet the needs of healthcare professionals and people with an interest in liver disease

Providing relevant information across the care continuum

Hepatic Health can assist healthcare professionals of many specialties, including:

  • Primary care providers
  • Hepatologists
  • Hepatitis nurses
  • Addiction specialists

All aspects of screening, evaluation and treatment of HCV and HBV are addressed, including expert insights on complex issues and scientific updates from annual meetings.

Gilead R&D has helped advance the treatment of chronic hepatitis C infection and help manage chronic hepatitis B infection. Today, the company’s liver disease research focuses on advancing the care of patients living with liver diseases through its research and development efforts.

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Specialist interests

Discover liver disease content related to specific areas of interest, including addiction and harm reduction, and primary care. 

Job code: IHQ-HCV-2020-09-0081 • Date of preparation: September 2020