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  • The liver

    The liver is the largest internal organ and is situated in the upper right-hand side of the abdomen, protected by the ribs. Although a healthy liver is...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis and other liver disease

    The liver has many important functions in the body. For people with HIV, it plays a vital role in processing the drugs used to treat HIV. Some...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis B

    The majority of people with hepatitis B do not have any symptoms.It is recommended that people living with HIV are tested and vaccinated for hepatitis...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis C

    A blood test for antibodies will show if you have been exposed to hepatitis C.Earlier HIV treatment has particular benefits for people with HIV and...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Liver function tests

    People living with HIV should have regular blood tests to monitor liver function.The liver plays an important role in processing drugs used to treat HIV...

    From: Factsheets

    Information level Level 2
  • Managing advanced liver disease

    Over years or decades, chronic hepatitis B or C can cause serious liver disease including advanced fibrosis, cirrhosis or liver cancer (hepatocellular cancer). As scar tissue or tumours...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis C treatment for people with co-infection

    Current guidelines recommend that you start hepatitis C treatment if you have HIV and HCV co-infection with moderate or worse liver fibrosis (stage F2 to F4) and...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • HIV & hepatitis

    This booklet gives information for people with HIV who also have hepatitis A, hepatitis B or hepatitis C....

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • HIV and hepatitis co-infection

    Hepatitis is a viral infection that affects your liver. Some types – hepatitis B and C – can cause long-term, serious health problems. Many people with HIV...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2
  • Non-HIV-related illnesses – hepatitis

    ‘Hepatitis’ means inflammation of the liver. The liver is the largest internal organ in your body. It is located at the upper right-hand side of the abdomen....

    From: Living with HIV

    Information level Level 2
  • Hepatitis C

    Hepatitis C is a serious infection caused by a virus.It damages the liver, which performs essential functions in the body.Some people have hepatitis C for...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • Hepatitis C treatment

    Deciding on the best time to take treatment for hepatitis C is not straightforward.It’s important to get support and advice to help you with this...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • How hepatitis C is passed on

    When the blood of a person who has hepatitis C enters the bloodstream of another person, that person could get hepatitis C.Tiny and unseen traces...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • How hepatitis C is passed on during sex

    Hepatitis C can be passed on during sex that could lead to contact with small traces of blood.Many gay men with HIV have picked up...

    From: The basics

    Information level Level 1
  • Other tests

    Blood pressure is the force that the beating heart causes in the arteries, veins, and blood vessels that carry blood around the body. Blood pressure is measured...

    From: Booklets

    Information level Level 2

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Community Consensus Statement on Access to HIV Treatment and its Use for Prevention

Together, we can make it happen

We can end HIV soon if people have equal access to HIV drugs as treatment and as PrEP, and have free choice over whether to take them.

Launched today, the Community Consensus Statement is a basic set of principles aimed at making sure that happens.

The Community Consensus Statement is a joint initiative of AVAC, EATG, MSMGF, GNP+, HIV i-Base, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, ITPC and NAM/aidsmap
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