Hepatitis B in Australia: Responding to a Diverse Epidemic
Following the Australian Health Ministers’ Conference (22 April 2010), all states and territories along with the Commonwealth have endorsed the five new national strategies for blood-borne viruses (BBVs) and sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
This is the first national hepatitis B strategy to be adopted in Australia.
The goal of the First National Hepatitis B Strategy 2010–2013 is to reduce the transmission of, and morbidity and mortality caused by, hepatitis B and to minimise the personal and social impact of hepatitis B.
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