Hepatitis B and C are among the most common viral infections in the world. At least 263 million worldwide in 2017 – are carriers of hepatitis B or C virus infections, which can remain asymptomatic for decades.1,2
95% of people living with viral
hepatitis do not know.
In 2016, the World Health Assembly adopted WHO’s first
“Global Health Sector Strategy on viral hepatitis,”
with elimination as its overarching vision.
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