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The Australasian Hepatology Association has released guidelines for health professionals on helping people adhere to their hepatitis C treatment.

ASHM is running two courses in November:

A clinical trial is now open for people who have been diagnosed with chronic Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) infection, who have not had treatment for this condition in the last 2 years. Other entry requirements apply.

Early bird registration is now open for the 23rd National Symposium on Hepatitis B and C.

Margot Robbie's "toe mojis" may seem fun but home tattoos - by Hollywood celebs or otherwise - are fraught with risks.

Treasurer Scott Morrison revealed that Government spending on the new hepatitis C drugs led Australia's economic growth in the last quarter.

Recent overdose deaths in South Australia refocuses on the need for naloxone education. This video explains the signs of overdose and how to administer naloxone.

In the four months from March to June, eight per cent of South Australians with hepatitis C started treatment, according to the Kirby Institute.

Minister for Health, Jack Snelling, has announced that the majority of clinical trials currently underway - and new trials being planned - will be housed at the new RAH.

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