EndHepCMA Coalition

Did you know?

Hepatitis C now kills more people than the combined deaths of the next 60 infectious diseases combined, and at least half of those living with Hepatitis C are unaware of their status.

 

Hepatitis C is preventable and treatable!

The EndHepCMA Coalition is a collaborative effort of organizations, providers, advocates, and consumers working to achieve the elimination of Hepatitis C in Massachusetts.

 

The next meeting of the Coalition will occur Wednesday May 24 from 1-4PM in the Sackler Auditorium of Tufts University School of Medicine. Please RSVP to rbaker@vpi.org.

 

 

For more information please contact:

Richard Baker
Coalition Coordinator
Email: rbaker@vpi.org | Tel: 617-927-0836 x 188

 

 


What's New

The EndHepCMA Coalition will be meeting on Wednesday May 24 from 1-4PM in the Sackler Auditorium of Tufts University Medical School! Please contact Richard Baker for more details at rbaker@vpi.org!

Why are Baby Boomers more likely to be living with chronic HCV than other generations? A new study suggests it isn't predominantly linked to behavioral factors as initially thought.

HCV Advocate, a leading Hep C Blog, has released a 2017 guide to understanding Hepatitis C in 2017! Check it out here.

Attention Providers: The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation released a 2017  Hep C treatment coverage guide offering insurer specific information.

The Steering Committee of the Massachusetts Viral Hepatitis Coalition has voted to redirect the mission of the Coalition toward Hepatitis C elimination in Massachusetts, and will now operate under the name EndHepCMA.