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World Hepatitis Day

  • Posted on- Jul 09, 2018
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World Hepatitis Day is celebrated on 28th of July each year by the people all around the world. This day is celebrated with an aim to make the common people aware about Hepatitis and its deadly effects.

Hepatitis is one of the most serious health diseases that occur in an important body organ called liver. One cannot imagine his/her healthy life without liver or liver with any chronic disease. It is very necessary to extract the problems of liver and other body organs to live a healthy life.

No one should have to live with viral hepatitis without knowing. Still, more than 300 million men, women and children do worldwide. There is a need of massive scale-up in screening, diagnosis and linkage to care otherwise more people will become infected and lives will continue to be lost.

The theme decided for this year's World Hepatitis Day is "Eliminate Hepatitis". Now, it is very necessary to ensure some steps and eliminate hepatitis by coming us all together, build momentum and hold governments accountable because only together we can eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030.

World hepatitis day is celebrated annually to encourage the common public for the early diagnosis, prevention and treatment from the hepatitis. Millions of people have been affected worldwide with the acute and chronic hepatitis and getting died in large number every year.

On this World Hepatitis Day, government should invent some good vaccinations that can cure most of the infectious as well as deadly diseases from the World. It is very important to get all the ideas and plans to make the people to come across to take all the knowledge of the Hepatitis Disease.

So it is quite mandatory for all people around the world to focus towards every disease to get proper treatment and its cure for the proper health.

Various activities can be done on this World Hepatitis Day and its can include free screenings of people, tests, diagnosis, poster campaigns, talk shows, demonstrations, competitive activities, essay writing, flash mobs, vaccination camps, increasing awareness through social media websites, newspapers, posters distribution, diet education, art exhibition, discussion on health care topics, speech, sports and so many.


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