Friday, July 27, 2012

ALF- New HCV Website and Adds HCV Specialist To HelpLine


2012 Newsletter World Hepatitis Day logo
July 28th marks the second World Hepatitis Day. As part of the activities surrounding this important day of awareness about viral hepatitis, the American Liver Foundation will launch its new hepatitis C information and education support program titled, “Hepatitis C: Diagnosis, Treatment, Support.”

With the introduction of two new treatments for hepatitis C, this is a disease that can be cured. The goal of the Hepatitis C: Diagnosis, Treatment and Support program is to provide the necessary information so those individuals considering treatment have answers to their questions, can identify the resources available to them and look at avenues of support.

New Hepatitis C Website to Be Launched
The Hepatitis C: Diagnosis, Treatment, Support website is about to be launched. This will be the most comprehensive place on the web to find information for those who are diagnosed with hepatitis C and looking for information on treatments. The website will be found at

American Liver Foundation HelpLine Service Adds a Dedicated Hepatitis C Specialist and Expands Hours

1-800-GOLIVER (1-800-465-4837

After receiving a diagnosis of hepatitis C, everyone has questions. And there are times you need someone to help sort through those questions and provide information.

To answer this need, the American Liver Foundation has added a hepatitis C specialist and expanded the HelpLine hours.

Callers can now reach someone at the Helpline from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM Eastern time, Monday – Friday. In addition, questions sent on e-mail to will be promptly answered.

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