HHS’s Corinna Dan Shares Highlights from Viral Hepatitis Presentation from USCA [video]

Content From: HIV.govPublished: September 09, 20191 min read


The many intersections between and opportunities for collaborative responses to HIV and viral hepatitis were discussed in several sessions at the 2019 U.S. Conference on AIDS in Washington, DC. Corinna Dan, Senior Viral Hepatitis Policy Advisor at the HHS Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy, joined us for a video conversation to share some highlights that she and her colleagues have presented here at the conference.

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Ms. Dan discussed the National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan, an initiative to map viral hepatitis elimination efforts across the country, and actions needed to move toward viral hepatitis elimination.

The annual USCA conference is convened by NMAC, formerly the National Minority AIDS Council, bringing together thousands of community leaders and HIV advocates to learn the latest information and build skills to provide effective HIV prevention and treatment services.