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There are just a few steps you need to take to say ‘HEP C U Later’.
1. Get tested 2. Get treated 3. Get cured and say Hep C U Later!
…If there’s a chance you have Hep C get tested!
Hepatitis C is a virus that can infect the liver. For Hep C to be transmitted there must be blood to blood contact with someone who has the virus.
If you get Hep C it can result in inflammation and significant damage to the liver, which stops it from working properly. If left untreated it can lead to serious liver damage that can be fatal.
This is why it is so important that you find out if you are at risk and how to get tested and treated.
How do I get Hep C?
Diagnosing Hep C
Living with Hep C
Click on the stories below to read real life experiences or...
Crystal was referred to Hep C Hants for support around her Hepatitis C in 2013, with fairly chaotic drug use she struggled to attend appointments...
My name is Lois and I am a Hepatitis C peer to peer mentor (P2P). I am now in recovery from drug addiction after having a 30 years battle which included IV drug use.
My name is Jason; I got involved with the Hep C training delivered by the Hepatitis C Trust whilst volunteering as a peer mentor in Fareham.