Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a blood-borne virus that can lead to scarring (cirrhosis) or cancer of the liver if left untreated. The virus is a serious infectious disease and yet, with the right early diagnosis and treatment, it is usually curable.

Blenheim is at the centre of the growing demands for action concerning the failure to treat those with hepatitis C. We are involved in an emergent strategy to support, facilitate and enable those to achieve the best possible outcomes. You can read more about our campaign here.

Download the FAQ’s sheet below to find out further information.


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FAQs about Hepatitis C

Download this FAQs document to find out more information about Hepatitis C

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