02.15.18

The Institute’s Hepatitis Policy Project Launches New Website

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Sonia Canzater, Hepatitis Policy Associate, and Jeffrey S. Crowley, Program Director of Infectious Disease Initiatives, invite you to visit the Hepatitis Policy Project’s new policy-focused website on hepatitis C.

While there is already an abundance of general information available on the etiology, symptoms and transmission of HCV, this site is intended to provide the latest policy actions and most timely and relevant information related to the HCV crisis.

Content consists of links to relevant articles, study findings, features from thought leaders in the viral hepatitis space, and summaries of current policy issues written by the Policy Project team.

Our goal for the site is to fill a niche that is different than that of the CDC and other sites whose primary purpose is to provide information for the general public.

A highlight of our site is the Featured Expert Column that provides timely insights from leaders in viral hepatitis policy and advocacy.

Our inaugural expert column was authored by Dr. Rich Wolitski, Director, and Corinna Dan, Viral Hepatitis Policy Advisor, of the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Service’s Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy.

Please share the link to the site in your respective circles, and contact Sonia Canzater, Hepatitis Policy Project Associate, at sc1574@georgetown.edu with comments or inquiries.

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