The Wisconsin Hepatitis C Program is the lead agency in Wisconsin responsible for coordinating the state's public health activities focused on the prevention, detection, and treatment of hepatitis C.
Basic facts, populations at risk, general information about viral hepatitis
Advocacy and support, resources for drug assistance and care
Clinical guidelines, case reporting requirements, training resources
Statistics, state and national reports
Testing baby boomers for hepatitis C infection saves lives...
If you were born between 1945 and 1965, or if you think you are at risk, talk with your health care provider or local health department about testing for hepatitis C. Take the online assessment to see if you are at risk for viral hepatitis.
For information about viral hepatitis, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.