In honor of World Hepatitis Day (July 28th), HepCBC Hepatitis C Education and Prevention Society
has launched a month long campaign in seven cities across British
Columbia, including Vancouver, Victoria, Richmond, Surrey, Kelowna,
Nanaimo, and Prince George.
The goal of this campaign is to increase awareness about hepatitis C testing in British Columbia.
An estimated 80,000 people in British Columbia are infected with
hepatitis C. Of those infected, 75 per cent are baby boomers (people
born between 1945 and 1975). In addition, an estimated 44 per cent of
those infected do not know they are infected.
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