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Topic "Hepatitis" in Thai - total 15 documents

Title: Appendix - prevalence of hepatitis C in the world
Summary: The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that about 170 million people (around 3% of the world’s population) are infected with HCV. Africa has the highest prevalence of HCV infection (5.9%).

Title: Glossary of terms - hepatitis
Summary: Glossary of hepatitis factsheets in various languages.

Title: Hepatitis A (NSW)
Summary: Information about hepatitis A, including how it's transmitted, prevention and treatment.

Title: Hepatitis A (WA)
Summary: Hepatitis A, also called 'hep A' is a virus that causes inflammation of the liver. The hep A virus is found in the faeces (poo) of people with the infection and usually spread by close personal contact (including sexual contact). Deaths from hepatitis A are rare.

Title: Hepatitis B - it is family business
Summary: Hepatitis B is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus. It can lead to liver damage and liver cancer. Many people who have the virus don’t know that they are infected. The most common way hepatitis B is passed on in many countries is from mother to baby at birth.

Title: Hepatitis B (NSW)
Summary: Hepatitis B is a viral infection that causes liver inflammation. It is transmitted through contaminated blood and other body liquids. Hepatitis B can be prevented by immunisation. This fact sheet includes information on symptoms, how the disease is spread, who is at risk, and how it is prevented.

Title: Hepatitis C
Summary: Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis C is a blood-borne virus. It's passed on by blood-to-blood contact, when infected blood enters another person's bloodstream. This fact sheet informs you on how you get hepatitis C, how to get tested, what the signs and symptoms are and how you can treat and prevent it.

Title: Hepatitis C - health system
Summary: This fact sheet explains the different roles of health care professionals in Hepatitis C treatment and whether having hepatitis C affects someone's immigration status

Title: Hepatitis C - what you need to know
Summary: The word 'hepatitis' means inflammation of the liver. This inflammation can be caused by chemicals, drugs, drinking too much alcohol, or viruses. Hepatitis C (HCV), or "hep C", is caused by the hepatitis C virus.

Title: Hepatitis C newly diagnosed
Summary: Information about Hepatitis C for people who have been newly-diagnosed

Title: Hepatitis C treatments and living well
Summary: New treatments are available to treat hepatitis C. They are effective, easy to take and have few side effects. This fact sheet provides information about new treatment and their benefits.

Title: Hepatitis C: good news about treatment
Summary: This is a book about hepatitis C. You will find out what hepatitis C is, how you get it, and about tests and treatment. An important message for everyone is that treatment for hepatitis C has changed. Now we can cure hepatitis C with new tablet treatments that are easy to take and work really well.

Title: Hepatitis for Thai people
Summary: This webpage provides general information on Hepatitis for Thai people

Title: Supporting and understanding
Summary: What support may a person going through Hepatitis C treatment may require? Information about what family, friends and support groups can do.

Title: The hepatitis B story (talking book)
Summary: Hepatitis B information in plain language. Colourful engaging graphics.The interactive talking books were developed in consultation with communities speaking these languages.

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