Committed To Cure - Support a future free from Hep C

I am Nani from Spain. Cure means Dignity to me.
I am Karine from United Kingdom. Cure means Freedom to me.

Pledge your support for a future free from hep C by sharing a ‘C’ for Cure.

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I am World Hepatitis Alliance from United Kingdom. Cure means Elimination to me.
I am Brooke from United Kingdom. Cure means Hope to me.
Joy
Re-awakening
Future
Hope
Freedom
Elimination
Unity
Celebration
Self-respect
Anticipation
I am Maria from Portugal. Cure means Family to me.
Beginning
Alive
Anticipation
Success
Peace
Thankful
Possibility
I am GeorgeK from Greece. Cure means Alive to me.
I am Antonio from Spain. Cure means Dignity to me.
I am Gloria from Italy. Cure means Family to me.
I am Karsten from Germany. Cure means Possibility to me.

1. ‘World Health Organisation: Guidelines for the screening, care and treatment of persons with hepatitis C infection’. WHO Geneva 2014. Available from http://www.who.int/hiv/pub/hepatitis/hepatitis-c-guidelines/en/

2. World Health Organization. Hepatitis C. WHO Geneva 2015. Available from:http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs164/en/. Last accessed: 4 April 2016.