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A massive thank you to everyone who helped The Hepatitis C Trust celebrate the sixth annual World Hepatitis Day on Sunday 28th July 2013.
Events taking place across the UK in Cardiff, Middlesbrough, Montrose, Hampshire, London and even at the 80s Rewind Festival in Perth helped to set a new record for the ‘most people performing see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil’ actions.
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The record now stands at 26,204 – more than double last year’s attempt!
The Hepatitis Specialist Nurses Tara Rees, Sarah Nicholas and Kerry Rockey at the Cardiff & Wales Health Board and Delyth Tomkinson (Clinical Nurse Specialist in Blood Bourne Viruses) deserve special mentions; as do CRI Hamshire, Addaction in Fife, Landed Peer and Turning Point Middlesbrough.
You can now delve in more detail into The Hepatitis C Trust's work surrounding July 28th this year with the World Hepatitis Day 2013 Evaluation.
Why not also take a look at our photo albums on Facebook with highlights from this year's World Hepatitis Day?