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    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    CDC Viral Hepatitis home page provides links to hepatitis fact sheets, resource center, on-line training, reports and recommendations.


    CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report

    This weekly report provides updated information on specific diseases as reported by state and territorial health departments. It is a good source for updated CDC recommendations, reports and other items of interest to the public health community.

    CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices

    The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) develops written recommendations for the routine administration of vaccines to children and adults.


    American Liver Foundation

    This website provides information on liver diseases, advocacy for education, treatment and research funding.

    Immunization Action Coalition

    Everything you ever wanted to know about immunization, including vaccine information sheets, brochures, vaccine recommendation information and other related resources. You can access several important publications such as IAC Express, Hep Express and Needle Tips.

    Hepprograms.org is a useful catalogue of different hepatitis-based programs around the country.

    National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)

    An important resource for information about hepatitis integration, legislative updates that impact viral hepatitis, advocacy issues and other important topics.

    National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable

    A coalition of public, private and voluntary organizations dedicated to reducing the incidence of infection, morbidity, and mortality from viral hepatitis in the US through strategic planning, leadership, advocacy, and research.

    National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)

    A non-profit association serving 3000 local health departments.


    HCV Advocate

    This website provides information on hepatitis C treatment options, articles, newsletters and a host of resources for people living with HCV.

    Hepatitis C Caring Ambassadors

    The Hepatitis C Caring Ambassadors Program mission is to improve the lives of people living with Hepatitis C through information and awareness.

    Hep C Primer

    Find answers to your most pressing Hep C and liver support questions. Award-winning site developed by a patient to help you learn the facts.


    Mountain Plains AIDS Education and Training Center

    The AIDS Education and Training Center with materials and resources on HIV and Hepatitis co-infection.

    HIV and Hepatitis

    This website provides information on HIV and viral hepatitis sponsored by pharmaceutical companies. The focus is on clinical issues related to HIV, viral hepatitis, and coinfection.

    National AIDS Treatment and Advocacy Project

    This website provides extensive information about HIV, HCV and HIV/HCV co-infection.

    The National Training Center for Integrated Hepatitis HIV/STD Prevention Services at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

    The mission of this training center is to decrease the burden of hepatitis in at risk populations by advocating for and facilitating the integration of hepatitis/HIV/STD prevention and services into CBOs and clinics through the provision of innovative and evidence-based education and training targeted to front line workers employed in these organizations.


    This is the website of the Hepatitis B Foundation in Doylestown, PA., which provides a wide range of information on hepatitis B.

    Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations

    Because Hepatitis B is a stealth epidemic that disproportionately affects Asian Americans and Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders, this website provides useful information on the disease and efforts to address it in these communities.


    World Health Organization (WHO)

    This website provides fact sheets, information about travel and epidemiological data about viral hepatitis around the world.

    Hepatitis Foundation International

    This website educates the public and healthcare providers about viral hepatitis and its prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Educational videos and other resources are available.


    Hepatitis Web Study

    This website provides interactive, case-based modules related to the clinical care of persons with viral hepatitis.

    American Gastroenterological Association

    This is the website for the professional association of gastroenterologists and its purpose is to advance the science and practice of gastroenterology.

    American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases

    AASLD is a nonprofit, member organization for physicians and others striving to prevent and cure diseases of the liver.

    HCV University

    Hep C University is an educational website designed for providers seeking to learn the latest information on the treatment of Hepatitis C.


    Harm Reduction Coalition

    The Harm Reduction Coalition is committed to reducing drug-related harm among individuals and communities by initiating and promoting harm reduction education, interventions, and community organizing.

    Harm Reduction Journal

    Harm Reduction Journal is an Open Access, peer reviewed, online journal whose focus is prevalent patterns of psychoactive drug use, the public spolicies meant to control them, and the search for effective methods of reducing the adverse medical, public health and social consequences associated with both drugs and drug policies.