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    C Me, Hear Me. Hepatitis C in our own words

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    Hepatitis C is one of the most commonly reported diseases in Australia. There have been, and continue to be, improvements in treatments, although the number of people commencing therapy remains low. The stigma and discrimination associated with hepatitis C creates significant barriers to accessing education, care and support and treatment services.

    The personal stories related here aim to increase awareness and understanding of hepatitis C, dealing with symptoms, considering and managing treatment, and stigma and discrimination.

    Duration: 51:00 min

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