Mission: The mission of the hepatitis b foundation is to find a cure for hepatitis b and improve the lives of those affected worldwide through research, education and patient advocacy.
Programs: Research - fund scientific research to find a cure for hepatitis b; coordinate the annual international hbv meeting; provide training opportunities and internships for young scientists; and host single topic research workshops.
outreach patient support - maintain the primary online portal of information about hepatitis b at www. Hepb. Org; provide free information and referral services through email, telephone, mail and social media outlets; and publish free print and electronic newsletters and educational materials.
public health education - create comprehensive disease education campaigns in the united states and china; create and manage local and national hepatitis b coalitions; conduct public health research to improve hepatitis b screening and referral to care efforts; publish results in peer reviewed journals to share promising best practices and lessons learned; and educate local and national policymakers to make hepatitis b a public health priority.
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The Hepatitis B Foundation is one of the best non-profits that puts the health of the community first. Having been to several of the events put on by the Hep B Foundation, including the Hep B Flash Mob, a screening event at the Asian Cultural Arts Festival, and the Dragon Boat Regatta, it is without a doubt that the staff at Hep B Foundation are very dedicated to this important cause. Hepatitis B is a silent killer and a threat to many. I am excited to see that the Hep B Foundation continues to encourage testing for and vaccination against Hep B for the community's own protection.