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Hep C

June 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Free

For all patients about to start medication, on medication or who have just finished a course of treatment. Your treatment can cure you but it does not give you immunity … you can get re-infected !
HELP ERADICATE HEPATITIS C  –  learn how to protect yourself, protect others and not pass it on.

  • The medical facts
  • The success of the new treatment (96.5%)
  • The dangers of re-infection
  • How Hep C is transmitted
  • How you can protect yourself and others.
  • How to prevent onward transmission
  • How to change risky behaviour
  • All the support available to help you – from psychologists to peer support!

The workshop will be facilitated by Dr Suba Dakshina, Chris Sandford and Richard Watkins and takes place in the Duncan Catterall Room at the Mortimer Market Centre

To book or for more information call: 020 3317 5177

Venue: Duncan Catterall Seminar Room, Mortimer Market Centre

Time: 18:00 – 20:30

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Date:
June 27
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organiser

Bloomsbury Patient Network
Phone:
020 3317 5177

Venue

Duncan Catterall Seminar Room (Lower Ground Floor), Mortimer Market Center
Mortimer Market
London, WC1E 6JB United Kingdom
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Phone:
020 3317 5177.

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Richard, London

Thank you for sharing your time, knowledge and experience and courage with us!

Mohammed, Westminster

Thanks for giving me back my life and thanks for giving me hope. From now on I will be seeing my life differently. Thanks for everything over the last three weeks it has been a great course.

Ola, 43, Bow

May I take this opportunity to thank you for your time, support and more importantly faith that we can embrace our HIV status with a degree of confidence and pride

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