Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Hepatitis C Support-Newsletters, And Forums

Leyendo el peri├│dico / Reading newspaper


NEWSLETTERS


HepCBC
Read the hepc.bull -online monthly newsletter
(.pdf)
October 2011

In This Issue

News - Bruce Devenne
What’s in your Veggie Burger?
Quest: Cross-Border Testing
Hep C on the Internet
New Cure on the Block


HCV Advocate Newsletter
October 2011
Click Here

In This Issue:

Pharmasset: 98% to 100% Cure Rates
Alan Franciscus, Editor-in-Chief
HealthWise: Reducing the Cost of Hepatitis C Treatment
Lucinda K. Porter, RN
Disability & Benefits: Medicare Enrollment Explained
Jacques Chamber, CLUHCV
Snapshots
Lucinda K. Porter, RN
Clinical Trials
Alan Franciscus, Editor-in-Chief


Current Connections
The Connections bimonthly e-newsletter is a publication of NCHHSTP. It is designed to improve collaboration and strengthen relationships with prevention partners who are vital to NCHHSTP's mission of maximizing public health and safety nationally and internationally through the elimination, prevention, and control of disease, disability, and death caused by HIV/AIDS, non-HIV retroviruses, viral hepatitis, other STDs, TB, and non-tuberculosis mycobacteria. The e-newsletter offers the latest surveillance reports, introduces new activities and updates ongoing activities, and shares successes and best practice
September - October 2011


Hep C Connection
Hep C Connection is one of the nation's premier hepatitis C-focused advocacy organizations and the only one of its kind in Colorado. We have a proven history of community education, patient support, and disease prevention strategies. Based in Denver, we offer a variety of educational and support opportunities for people living with hepatitis C, their families and friends, and healthcare providers. Please contact us if we can help you in your journey of living positively with hepatitis C.


NYC Hepatitis C Task Force
September 2011
NYC Viral Hep Newletter
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GI & Hepatology NewsGI & Hepatology News is the official newspaper of the AGA Institute and provides the gastroenterologist with timely and relevant news and commentary about clinical developments and about the impact of health-care policy. The newspaper is led by an internationally renowned board of editors.GI & Hepatology News is published monthly and mailed to all U.S. members and available to all members online.
Current Issue
(VOL. 5 • NO. 9 • SEPTEMBER 2011)
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Hepatitis C Victoria publishes two regular e-newsletters:Liver Spot, for people interested in general hepatitis news and views, and Viral Lowdown, for people working in and around the field of hepatitis C, as well as an electronic version of Good Liver, our quarterly magazine.You can sign up for any of these HERE. Only fields marked with an asterisk are mandatory and your information will not be shared with any third parties.
Published every spring and winter.

CAP Hepatitis C Literature ReviewMonthly Pubmed Review of the most relevant research on hepatitis C.





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Hepatitis C Choices
Free Online Book


Important link if you are considering the new therapies. Be sure to talk with your doctor about all of your other medications prior to taking any prescription.

PART 1: Information for Everyone with Hepatitis1: How to Use Hepatitis C Choices(4 pages, 436 KB)
2: Overview of Hepatitis C (8 pages, 470 KB)Robert G. Gish, MD
3: Alcohol and Hepatitis C (10 pages, 639 KB)Douglas R. LaBrecque, MD and Lorren Sandt
4: Understanding Hepatitis C Disease
Section 1: Liver Disease Progression(11 pages, 978 KB)Lorren Sandt
Section 2: Promoting Liver Health(8 pages, 413 KB)Lorren Sandt
5: Signs and Symptoms That May Be Associated with Hepatitis C (8 pages, 385 KB)Tina M. St. John, MD
6: Laboratory Tests and Procedures(20 pages, 1.17MB)Tina M. St. John, MD
7: The Immune System and Hepatitis C
Section 1: Meet the Immune System(10 pages, 580 KB)Tina M. St. John, MD
Section 2: Immunology Takes on Hepatitis C (19 pages, 1.97 MB)Stewart Cooper, MD

PART 2: Hepatitis C Treatment and Management Approaches8: Western (Allopathic) Medicine
Section 1: Allopathic Hepatitis C Treatment Overview(5 pages, 377 KB)Douglas R. LaBrecque, MD
Section 2: Initial Treatment Options(15 pages, 538 KB)Douglas R. LaBrecque, MD
Section 3: Options When Initial Treatment Fails to Clear the Hepatitis C Virus(10 pages, 536 KB)Gregory T. Everson, MD
Section 4: Future of Allopathic Hepatitis C Treatment(12 pages, 515 KB) Robert G. Gish, MD
9: Integrative Medicine (7 pages, 429 KB)Randy J. Horwitz, MD, PhD and Julia Jernberg, MD
10: Ayurvedic Medicine (13 pages, 535 KB)Shri K. Mishra, MD, MS, Bharathi Ravi, BAMS, and Sivaramaprasad Vinjamury, MD
11: Chinese Medicine
Section 1: Traditional Chinese Medicine and Hepatitis C (8 pages, 401 KB)Misha Cohen, OMD, LAc
Section 2: Modern Chinese Medicine Therapeutics for Hepatitis C (14 pages, 473 KB)Qing Cai Zhang, MD (China), LAc
12: Homeopathic Medicine (8 pages, 424 KB)Sylvia Flesner, ND
13: Mind-Body Medicine & Spiritual Healing(12 pages, 481 KB)Sharon D. Montes, MD
14: Naturopathic Medicine (14 pages, 509 KB)J. Lyn Patrick, ND
15: Nutrition and Hepatitis C (12 pages, 431 KB)Lark Lands, PhD
16: Nutritional Supplementation (9 pages, 394 KB)Lark Lands, PhD and J. Lyn Patrick, ND
17: Products Marketed to People with Hepatitis C (12 pages, 467 KB)J. Lyn Patrick, ND

PART 3: Other Topics for People Living with Hepatitis C
18: Women and Hepatitis C (12 pages, 1.49 MB)Norah Terrault, MD and Jessica Irwin, PAC
19: Hepatitis C in Children (6 pages, 431 KB)Aparna Roy, MD, MPH and Kathleen Schwarz, MD
20: HIV/HCV Coinfection
Section 1: Overview of HIV/HCV Coinfection (10 pages, 694 KB)Misha Cohen, OMD, LAc and Tina M. St. John, MD
Section 2: Western (Allopathic) Treatment Options (14 pages, 577 KB)Tina M. St. John, MD and Misha Cohen, OMD, LAc
Section 3: Alternative Eastern Treatment Options(6 pages, 360 KB)Misha Cohen, OMD, LAc
Section 4: Naturopathic Treatment Options(6 pages, 376 KB)J. Lyn Patrick, ND
21: Mental Health & Hepatitis C
Section 1: Mental Health & Neurocognitive Issues Associated with Hepatitis C Infection(8 pages, 476 KB)Julie Nelligan, PhD, David W. Indest, PsyD, and Peter Hauser, MD
Section 2: Mental Health Issues in the Setting of Interferon-Based Therapy(16 pages, 549 KB)Joyce Seiko Kobayashi, MD
Section 3: Interferon-Based Therapy in Recovery (6 pages, 410 KB)Amy E. Smith, PAC and Diana L. Sylvestre, MD
Section 4: Psychosocial Issues and HCV(8 pages, 435 KB)Susan L. Zickmund, PhD
22: Military Veterans & Hepatitis C(8 pages, 463 KB)Terry Baker
23: Choosing: My Journey, My Choices(16 pages, 614 KB)Randy Dietrich
24: A Look to the Future (8 pages, 434 KB)Lorren Sandt
APPENDICES

The mission of this national magazine is to assist liver disease patients and their families in taking control of their own health care by providing current, comprehensive information in one source.

Hep C Magazine
Hepatitis NSW publishes two magazines:
The Hep Review: is a 60 page magazine that comes out every three months, containing news, info, opinion, research and feature articles about hepatitis.
Transmission Magazine: is a 16 page magazine that comes out every three months and is targeted at people affected by hep C or at risk of contracting it, and who prefer less text and more artwork.
We strive to provide high quality magazines and content developed by us is produced according to our resources development guidelines. Where relevant, we provide author and source details. Each magazine is produced under the guidance of editorial committees made up of people from the hepatitis and related sectors, and people recruited for their experience in journalism and desktop publishing.

Both our magazines aim to provide you with up-to-date information. They also give you the opportunity to provide input through telling your story, suggesting ideas for the articles that we write and helping with production (proofreading, mailouts, etc.)

This e-mail list provides updates on safety and regulatory issues related to hepatitis B and C products (labeling changes, safety warnings, product approvals). Intended for patients, industry, academia, government agencies, and other interested parties. To sign up, click on link above.


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