Strengthening the
Hep B Community With:

A Coalition to Address & Eliminate Hepatitis B

Hep B United is a national coalition established by the Hepatitis B Foundation and the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO), to address and eliminate hepatitis B, a serious liver infection that is the leading cause of liver cancer. An estimated 2 million people in the United States are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus.

Hep B United aims to meet this public health challenge by increasing hepatitis B awareness, testing, vaccination, and treatment.

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Recent News

  • Hepatitis B Foundation Calls for Increased Resources for Hepatitis B Prevention in Response to CDC 2017 Surveillance Data Report

    The Hepatitis B Foundation is calling for increased resources to improve hepatitis B vaccination rates...

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  • Hepatitis B Leaders Mark World Hepatitis Day with Pledge to Find the Missing Millions

    Hep B United National Coalition Convenes in Washington DC for 7th Annual Summit

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (July...

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Advocacy

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Hep B United leads national and grassroots advocacy efforts to raise the profile of hepatitis B and liver cancer as urgent public health priorities and to amplify the voices of people and communities most impacted. 

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Know Hepatitus B

Hep B United is an Official Partner of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention's "Know Hepatitis B Campaign"

Learn About Our Partnership With The CDC