World Hepatitis Day 2023: Date, Quotes, Messages, slogans and more

World Hepatitis Day 2023: Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that causes several health problems and can also be fatal. According to the WHO, around 325 million people live with viral hepatitis B and C. Globally, 42% of children have access to the birth dose of the hepatitis B vaccine.

World Hepatitis Day is celebrated annually on July 28 around the world. This year, the theme to be observed at DMH 2023 is “One Life, One Liver.”

Five strains of hepatitis virus are A, B, C, D, and E. All cause liver disease, but they differ in important ways, such as modes of transmission, severity of disease, geographic distribution, and prevention methods. Basically, types B and C cause chronic diseases and together are the most common cause of liver cirrhosis, cancer, and deaths related to viral hepatitis. Did you know that around 325 million people live with hepatitis B and/or C worldwide and that with more testing, treatment remains out of reach?

Prevention and care services are essential to eliminate hepatitis.

Fridays #WorldHepatitisDay, @WHO explains how you can protect yourself and others to stop transmission and save lives. https://t.co/vY8kHeqvml pic.twitter.com/vLJ7fiqSfA

— United Nations (@UN)
July 28, 2023

Is #WorldHepatitisDay. Liver health is crucial for #HealthForAll but viral hepatitis can devastate your liver.

Find out your hepatitis status to protect yourself and your loved ones. Check with your local healthcare provider to learn how https://t.co/sQK7Omqdii#OneLifeOneLiver pic.twitter.com/xKDlOmXpVV

— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO)
July 28, 2023

World Hepatitis Day 2023: current topic, history, importance and key facts

World Hepatitis Day: Quotes

1. “Hepatitis A and B are vaccine-preventable diseases, but they remain the most frequently reported vaccine-preventable diseases. Getting vaccinated, especially if you are at high risk, provides the best protection against these diseases.” – J. Robert Galvin

2. “Hepatitis does not always have symptoms.” -Karen Gonzalez

3. “There is a growing need to make people aware of the seriousness of the disease in the region. People should be very careful as it is one of the regions where hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is common.” – Dr R S Verma

4. “There has been a treatment for hepatitis C, but the treatment has not been overwhelmingly effective, number 1. And number 2, it has had considerable toxicity.” -Antonio S.

5. “I don’t want to be defined by being the founder of the Body Shop, and I don’t want to be defined as a woman who suffers from hepatitis C. There’s more to my life than that.” -Anita Roddick

6. “Hepatitis C was a devastating disease, but because fundamental research was done on hepatitis C, it is now curable. It is now absolutely curable with new medications. So this is transformative.” -Laurie Glimcher

7. “I love Fear Factor, but I think they’re running out of fear. It’s just a matter of time before they’re sitting around getting hepatitis C shots.” – Dave Attell

8. “People are reluctant to vaccinate a newborn against hepatitis B and often delay it.” -Paul A. Offit

9. “Childhood vaccines are one of the great triumphs of modern medicine. In fact, parents whose children are vaccinated no longer have to worry about their children dying or being disabled from whooping cough, polio, diphtheria, hepatitis or a host of other infections.” – Ezequiel Emanuel

10. “There are many different causes of scarring. Viruses are common. Hepatitis B, hepatitis C, what we call autoimmune diseases where the body attacks the liver, such as primary biliary cirrhosis, is an autoimmune disease; Sclerosing cholangitis is an autoimmune disease. ; and so, in those diseases where the liver is being destroyed by a virus or an autoimmune disease, it can only leave scars, and the reason it does not regenerate has to do with the fact that there is continuous scar tissue blocking that regeneration.” -John Roberts

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World Hepatitis Day: Messages

1. Stop running away from hepatitis, which is a pure truth of life and a great concern for the entire world.

2. Let’s learn to protect ourselves from Hepatitis diseases on World Hepatitis Day.

3. Get vaccinated on World Hepatitis Day and avoid falling victim to any of those hepatitis diseases.

4. Hepatitis can be easily avoided by being a little cautious and following healthy practices.

5. World Hepatitis Day is an occasion that reminds us to remain aware and informed about the disease of hepatitis.

6. Let’s educate more people about the causes and consequences of hepatitis on World Hepatitis Day.

7. It is time we learned a lesson from all the deaths that occur every year due to hepatitis.

8. You won’t be able to see the symptoms of hepatitis every time, so be careful and raise awareness about hepatitis disease on World Hepatitis Day.

9. Many people in this world are affected by hepatitis every year and World Hepatitis Day gives us the opportunity to act on it.

10. It’s time to be more curious about hepatitis diseases and know the ways to prevent it on World Hepatitis Day.

11. On World Hepatitis Day, let us intensify our efforts to control the spread of hepatitis disease.

12. Take care of your life, don’t let Hepatitis separate you from your loved ones.

13. On World Hepatitis Day, say no to all those habits that can push you towards this deadly disease.

14. On World Hepatitis Day, let us intensify our efforts to control the spread of hepatitis disease.

15. Raise your voice to raise awareness about hepatitis on World Hepatitis Day.

World Hepatitis Day: Slogans

1. Love your liver and live longer.

2. Get tested early and stay healthy longer.

3. Prevent hepatitis: you decide

4. I am a hepatitis warrior

5. Throw it away before it throws you away

6. Get to know him. face it

7. Get vaccinated against hepatitis B

8. Hepatitis is not a game, take it seriously

9. Hepatitis does not define me.

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Source: sef.edu.vn

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