The National Hepatitis C Strategy 2005-2008

The National Hepatitis C Strategy provides a foundation for national action that will guide Australia’s response to hepatitis C over the next three years.

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Published by the Department of Health
July 2005
The content of this publication was last modified on 18 July 2005

The key priority action areas of the new Strategy include:

  • Enhancing hepatitis C education and prevention efforts;
  • Assisting more people living with hepatitis C to access and stay on the very effective treatments now available; and
  • Improving national hepatitis C surveillance.
The full publication is available in PDF: Implementation plans 2005-2008 are available online - Booklet containing four implementation plans: National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Strategy 2005-2008; National Hepatitis C Strategy 2005-2008; National HIV/AIDS Strategy 2005-2008; National Sexually Transmissible Infections Strategy 2005-2008.

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