Report calls for U.S. campaign against hepatitis, liver cancer

01/12/2010 | San Antonio Express-News

A new report released by the Institute of Medicine is calling for a nationwide campaign against hepatitis and liver cancer, saying that while the diseases kill thousands of Americans annually, there is no national plan to address the problem. The report's recommendations include better disease monitoring, more awareness-raising initiatives on the diseases among health care providers, and improved hepatitis vaccination plans, particularly among high-risk adults.

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