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1 year 11 months ago
The Terms of Reference for the Infected Blood Inquiry were published on Monday 2nd July, with the UK Government and devolved institutions accepting the terms recommended by the Inquiry Chair, Sir Brian Langstaff, without amendment.
1 year 11 months ago
MPs today (12th June) held a debate in Westminster Hall on eliminating hepatitis C, led by Sir David Amess MP (pictured). The debate was secured following the publication of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Liver Health's 'Eliminating Hepatitis C in England' report in March of this year, which The Hepatitis C Trust supported as the secretariat for the group.
2 years 1 week ago
In line with the new General Data Protection Regulations, The Hepatitis C Trust has updated its Terms & Conditions and cookies (here) and Privacy Policy (here).  Any questions regarding our policies can be sent to: The Office Manager, The Hepatitis C Trust, 27 Crosby Row, London SE1 3YD or to 
2 years 2 weeks ago
The Infected Blood Inquiry has confirmed that recommendations regarding the inquiry's terms of reference will be made to the Cabinet Office shortly, and the inquiry expects to begin gathering evidence in June.
2 years 3 weeks ago
The Scottish Parliament will tomorrow (9th May) debate hepatitis C elimination in a Members' Business Debate being sponsored by Tom Arthur MSP.
2 years 1 month ago
Tomorrow's episode of Holby City, the long-running hospital-based TV series, will introduce a new storyline based around hepatitis C. The episode will air at 8pm on Tuesday 24th April on BBC One and the hepatitis C storyline will continue in future episodes. The episode will also be able to be viewed on the BBC iPlayer website from 9pm tomorrow.
2 years 1 month ago
The Board of Trustees of The Hepatitis C Trust has announced that Charles Gore, one of the founders of the Trust, will step down from his role as CEO to take up the role of Executive Director of the Medicines Patent Pool Foundation in Geneva. The Board want to thank Charles for his leadership over the last 17 years which culminated in 2016 with the United Kingdom commiting to eliminate hepatitis C by 2030 and a commitment by NHS England in January this year to agree a deal with the pharmaceutical industry that will allow elimination by 2025.
2 years 1 month ago
The Hepatitis C Trust's Chief Executive Charles Gore this week took part in the latest in healthcare website's 'Q&A with an expert' series of blogs. Each Q&A sees an expert provide an overview of a medical condition, including information on things such as who is most likely to be affected by the condition, treatment options and how to access support.