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    An inflammation of the liver caused by a variety of agents including viral infection (hepatitis A virus, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus and delta agents), bacterial invasion and physical and chemical agents. Symptoms are fever, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, malaise, muscle and joint pain, headache, photophobia, cough followed by jaundice and an enlarged liver. Hepatitis A and delta agent hepatitis are spread primarily from person to person via the fecal-oral route, but may occur by contact with water or food contaminated by the virus. Hepatitis B and C are spread by blood and serum-derived fluids and by direct contact with body fluids.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    HELP-4-HEP Support LineProvides accessible, consistent and quality peer-based support line services to people affected by hepatitis C. HELP-4-HEP is a partnership among several well-known nationally recognized nonprofits with a combined 90+ years experience in hepatitis C education, support and patient advocacy. Staffed by trained peer counselors.DauphinProject InformProject Inform
    Hepatitis C Support ProjectHepatitis C virus (HCV) education, support and advocacy. Provides information on support groups in the USA, produces and disseminates educational materials on HCV and offers training workshops for care providers and others impacted by HCV. Hepatitis C Support ProjectHepatitis C Support Project
    Hepatitis Foundation InternationalTeaches the public and hepatitis patients how to prevent, diagnose, and treat viral hepatitis, serves as advocates for hepatitis patients and the related medical community worldwide and supports research into prevention, treatment, and cures for viral hepatitis. Hepatitis Foundation InternationalHepatitis Foundation International
    HIV Health InfolineSince 1985, the HIV Health Infoline has provided HIV treatment and care information, free of charge, to people living with HIV, their providers and support networks. Staffed by highly trainied volunteers, the Infoline has the personal experiences and outside connections to answer questions about living healthfully with HIV.DauphinProject InformProject Inform
    Jackson Seigelbaum Gestroenterology - Hepatitis Support GroupThis Hepatitis Support Group is designed to provide support and advocacy to community members affected by hepatitis.CumberlandJackson Seigelbaum GestroenterologyJackson Seigelbaum Gestroenterology
    Patient Advocate Foundation - Co-Pay Relief ProgramPatient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief Program provides direct financial assistance to qualified patients, including Medicare Part D beneficiaries, assisting with co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles required by your insurer for pharmaceutical treatments and/or prescription medications relative to your diagnosis. Co-Pay Relief call counselors work directly with the patient as well as with the provider of care to obtain necessary medical, insurance and income information to advance the application in an expeditious manner. Upon approval, payments are made:
    • To the Doctor,
    • To the Pharmacy,
    • To the Patient Directly.
    Patient Advocate FoundationPatient Advocate Foundation

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