July 28

World Hepatitis Day


Every year, Queensland lives are lost to hepatitis, and many of these could have been prevented.

Vaccination and treatment is available for hepatitis B. There is a simple and effective cure for hepatitis C.

It’s time to get tested. Don’t let hepatitis go unnoticed.

Over 47,000 Queenslanders have hepatitis B or C

Most people with hepatitis don’t feel sick

Hepatitis tests are not part of regular blood tests


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Tired? Brain Fog? Aches and pains? These are just some of the signs that your liver may be sick.

Take action today and complete the 2-minute hepatitis quiz. It could save your life.


Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a virus that can damage your liver, and if left unchecked can cause chronic liver disease and liver cancer.

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Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is commonly transmitted through blood-to-blood contact such as injecting drug use, unsterile tattooing and body piercing.

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Liver disease

There are over 100 types of liver disease ranging from mild damage to severe scarring and failure.

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