All posts by: Joanne Kay

In SF, game-changing programs aim to cure all of hepatitis C, by Emily Land, MA link to article...
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We welcomed over 245 attendees to the first End Hep C SF Research Symposium on September 16, held at Hotel Whitcomb. The stellar line-up of...
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We took some time to interview Andy Miller, co-founder of Plus M Productions, the video production company that worked with us to produce our new...
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We had a great meeting last Thursday with around 80 attendees. We learned about opportunities to become a leader in the HCV community in order...
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End Hep C SF seeks to award funding to a filmmaker who will help us design, create, and launch a successful video-based social marketing campaign...
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Thanks to The Lancet Gastroenterology and Heptology for highlighting End Hep C SF! Check out the attached paper. Click here to read Lancet_SFHEPC...
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We had an excellent turnout at the rally on May 18th! We debuted the new mobile DeLiver Care van from UCSF and ten people received...
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The first ever estimate of hepatitis C cases in San Francisco was published today in PLOS ONE. Estimating the number of people living with hepatitis...
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We had a wonderful group of 24 peers at our first ever training session, the launch of our peer navigation pilot programs with GLIDE, the...
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Thanks to all the SF service providers who participated in our organizational capacity survey last fall. We were excited about how many folks from such...
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