All posts by: endhepcsf

In case you missed it! Here’s the archived CDC Grand Rounds webcast on eliminating hepatitis B and C from yesterday, featuring great information from our own Katie Burk!...
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A great article in San Francico Aids Foundation’s Beta Blog on HCV elimination efforts in San Francisco. Shout out to our rock-star team members on...
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Check out the summary of our End Hep C SF Year 2 evaluation! We are so excited to share our successes and forge ahead with our...
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End Hep C SF have drafted a form letter that agencies can personalize and use to relay HCV antibody and/or viral load results to their clients....
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Here is a downloadable version of our Sex-C (Sexual transmission of Hepatitis C) brochure, which aims to give folks harm reduction tips to prevent the...
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How many people have hepatitis C in San Francisco? End Hep C SF estimates that approximately 22,000 residents of San Francisco have antibodies to HCV...
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Katie Burk, MPH, is the viral hepatitis coordinator at the San Francisco Department of Public Health and is on the coordinating committee of End Hep C...
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Eliminating Hepatitis C in San Francisco: Why Now? San Francisco is profoundly impacted by the hepatitis C virus (HCV), a chronic liver disease easily transmitted...
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An article was published in The Economist examining our multi-stakeholder / multi-sector strategy for HCV elimination in San Francisco. Read the full article here. View...
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An article was just published in The Bay Area Reporter, “13,000 San Franciscans have hep C, report says” “New estimates suggest that nearly 13,000 people...
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