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You can get hep B
from blood and
unprotected sexual contact

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For more information,
call 1300 HEP ABC

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Globally, 1 in 12 people
have hepatitis B or C

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You can only get hep C
from blood-to-blood contact

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Effective treatment
is available for
hepatitis B and C

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Donations of $2 and above are tax deductible, so please contact us if you have made a direct-deposit donation

In the meantime, you can donate via:

* Cash at the office (Suite 2, 12 Cordelia St, South Brisbane, QLD 4101) or at an outreach event to the HQ staff Team.

* Send a cheque to Hepatitis Queensland, PO Box 3490, South Brisbane QLD 4101, and a receipt will be mailed to you.

* Direct deposit - the bank account details are:

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ACCOUNT No: 49-313-5420

Other news:

Viral hepatitis (A, B & C)

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver, and it can be caused by a virus or other non-viral causes.  The main difference between the viruses is how they are spread and the effects they have on your health.



There are safe and effective vaccines that protect you from getting hepatitis A and B.  While there is no vaccine for hep C, by being ‘blood aware’ you can reduce your overall chance of being exposed to the virus.


Living with Hepatitis

People with chronic hepatitis can do a number of things to stay healthy including limiting/avoiding alcohol, reducing stress, not smoking, getting regular exercise and eating a healthy diet.



Effective treatment is available for both chronic hepatitis B and C.  Before you can see a liver specialist to talk about going on treatment, you need to get a referral from your GP first.

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