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Archie Christian – Peer Educator
Archie Christian – Peer Educator
Archie Christian is The Hepatitis C Trust’s new Peer Educator. He comes to The Trust with a drive to work within organisations that put him in a position to benefit others.
 
Report from the EASL conference
Report from the EASL conference
The European Association for the Study of the Liver, recently held their 49th annual meeting at the ExCel Centre in London.
 
NHS boss makes surprise Trust testing van visit
NHS boss makes surprise Trust testing van visit
On a recent visit to Birmingham with the testing van, The Hepatitis C Trust’s outreach officer Jim Conneely met the Chief Executive of NHS England Simon Stevens.
 
Groucho fundraiser with Sadie Frost raises close to 20k
Groucho fundraiser with Sadie Frost raises close to 20k
Trust patron Sadie Frost once again helped The Hepatitis C Trust's cause aiding a fundraiser at one of London’s most famous members clubs.
 
Marathon runner Jenna - I did it
Marathon runner Jenna - I did it
After an "extremely hard run" Jenna Wooding completed the London Marathon in aid of The Hepatitis C Trust.
 
Jim - I have got my life back
Jim - I have got my life back
The Hepatitis C Trust's outreach officer Jim Conneely spoke recently at the 'Make It Happen' national service users conference in Birmingham.
 
Hep C nurse to run London Marathon for The Trust
Hep C nurse to run London Marathon for The Trust
We are absolutely delighted that Jenna Wooding, a liver specialist nurse at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital will be running the London Marathon this month in aid of The Trust.
 
Martin Still shows “life can go on” running Brighton half
Martin Still shows “life can go on” running Brighton half
Martin Still ‘even amazed himself’ when he completed the Brighton half marathon.
 
Scotland’s Hepatitis C Patient Conference
Scotland’s Hepatitis C Patient Conference
All roads led to the Tolbooth in Stirling on March 19th 2014.
 
Telling the patient’s story
Telling the patient’s story

Being a patients association The Hepatitis C Trust is the voice of the people to the outside world on matters connected with hepatitis C.

 
Where next for successful prison health campaign?
Where next for successful prison health campaign?
“This is a great step forward, but there is lots more to do”
 
Two Years of the Trust's Testing Van
Two Years of the Trust's Testing Van
The Hepatitis C Trust’s testing van celebrates two years on the road this month (November 2013).
 
“Hello this is The Hepatitis C Trust, Max speaking."
“Hello this is The Hepatitis C Trust, Max speaking."
"After my treatment for hepatitis C, I felt like a shadow of myself. Since coming to The Trust, I rebuilt my confidence and self-esteem.”
 
Hepatitis C Care Beyond Prisons
Hepatitis C Care Beyond Prisons
Staff from The Hepatitis C Trust joined Paul Goggins (MP for Wythenshaw and Sale East) on a visit to HMP Manchester, to see first-hand an excellent example hepatitis C testing and treatment.
 
Childhood Memories by Liz Hicks
Childhood Memories by Liz Hicks
“Maybe if my dad didn’t know he was dying, he would not have left all these things behind.”
 
Good Shepherd runs for The Hepatitis C Trust
Good Shepherd runs for The Hepatitis C Trust
A woman from Bristol ran the half marathon at the weekend (Sunday 15th September) in honour of her friend who passed away almost six years ago to the day of the race.
 
Guinness World Record Round Up
Guinness World Record Round Up
News is reaching us of the various Guinness World Record attempts that took place around the UK to mark World Hepatitis Day on Sunday 28th July. The challenge was simple, get the most number of people doing the actions of the three wise monkey actions of see, hear, speak no evil at any one time.
 
The Hepatitis C Trust debut at Glasgow Mela
The Hepatitis C Trust debut at Glasgow Mela
The Hepatitis C Trust attended the Glasgow Mela for the first time at the weekend.
 
Visual hep C
Hepatitis C As Art
Hepatitis C can be invisible, but soon you will be able to see the virus in a whole new way.