Sandi's Crusade Against Hepatitis C was designed to support the plight
of Hepatitis C sufferers everywhere. Let's work together to slay this dragon.
Online Hep C info and mutual support worldwide since 1997.

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Eliminate Hepatitis by 2030.
Find the Missing Millions.

July 28, 2018

Prevent Hepatitis!
Hep A is transferred through oral/fecal route.

You can get Hep B from blood and unprotected sexual contact.
There are vaccines for Hep A and Hep B.  No vaccine for Hep C. 
You can only get Hep C from blood-to-blood contact. 

Hepatitis C is NOT spread by:

Sharing eating utensils or drinking glasses
Drinking from water fountains
Cooking or serving food or water
Casual contact or by swimming in pools
Toilet seats


First officially identified in 1989, the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) remains a major public health problem. 
 Globally an estimated 257 million people were living with HBV and 71 million with HCV in 2015.
Chronic carriers are at risk of developing cirrhosis, liver cancer, or need a liver transplant. 
1.7 million adults were newly infected with HCV in 2015.
Viral hepatitis caused 1.34 million deaths in 2015. 
Viral hepatitis kills more people globally than HIV/AIDS, TB or malaria.

World Hepatitis Day Canada

World Hepatitis Day Display, Oshawa, Ontario
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Any opinions expressed here are not to be considered medical advice.
All content is provided for supportive information and education
and not as a substitute for the advice of a knowledgeable doctor.

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Motto: " No matter how we contracted this disease,
we are all fighting the same battle."...
Peer Support Advocate, Sandi
Site owner/Web Designer of " Sandi's Crusade Against Hepatitis C "

Since 1997, the purpose of this site has been to provide information, support and
patient advocacy to those infected with/affected by Hepatitis C around the world. 
Confidentiality of data relating to individual patients and visitors including one's identity,
is respected by this site.  This website does not host any form of advertisement. 
Webspace is provided by as a community service.

We do not endorse and are not responsible for the content of external websites. 
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This site last updated June 12, 2018