How a baby in a remote island nation got vaccinated is "a big leap for global health"
An infant in a South Pacific island village received vaccines for hepatitis and tuberculosis from a first-of-its-kind drone delivery Monday.
The Battle to Get Expensive Hep C Treatment in Prisons
The disease is common in prison populations but states face a catch-22: spend their entire medical budgets on newer drugs or use cheaper treatments that are less effective.
I Got Lunch at Whole Foods and Now I Need to Get Tested for Hepatitis
The Detroit Health Department recently announced it’s investigating a Whole Foods location over two cases of hepatitis linked its prepared food department.