Hepatitis-Central.com, a longstanding support resource for those afflicted with Hepatitis C and their physicians, caregivers and families, has been redesigned. New features include video clips, podcasts, social networking tools and updates on this virus.
(PRWEB) June 2, 2009 -- The go-to website that provides a wealth of information and news updates about Hepatitis C, announces a new website design. Anyone who wants to become more knowledgeable about living with the virus can take advantage of the new features at Hepatitis-Central.com.
"Not only have we designed the site to be more user-friendly, but we've also added new ways in which a visitor can learn about living with Hepatitis C - including video clips, podcasts, social networking tools, and an interactive poll. We've also created a place where people can tell their story to benefit others living with HCV," explains President Morris Cohen.
Hepatitis-Central.com provides over 2,750 pages of information on Hepatitis C, updating the public on the latest news about infection, Hepatitis C transmission, symptoms, treatment breakthroughs and medical progress. External links offer site visitors even more resources.
"We're interested in helping people actively participate in their liver care. With just a click of the mouse, any and all concerned about or infected with Hepatitis C have access to a vast library of resources," says Cohen.
The redesigned Hepatitis-Central.com seeks to foster greater public awareness of the critical issues pertaining to this virus. The resource is also geared toward providing hope for those who have been affected. Whether a parent caring for a child with Hepatitis C or an adult grappling with Hepatitis C symptoms, those for whom the website has been built will find help here.
Topics covered include Hepatitis C symptoms, lab tests, viral load, biopsy information, liver disease medicines, natural and herbal remedies, details about cirrhosis and liver cancer, helpful books, survival stories and more. Support comes in the form of a comprehensive guide to nationwide support groups, patient-recommended physicians, a forum where people can talk to others with Hepatitis C and links to Hepatitis related organizations.
Those interested in this resource can visit the Hepatitis-Central website.
For 11 years, this resource has been supporting Hepatitis C patients, their families, healthcare providers and caregivers with a tremendous amount of information and resources. Newly redesigned, Hepatitis-Central.com has incorporated the latest tools for learning about living with this virus. Podcasts, video clips and more are now available to the public.
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