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**REVISED** - Common hepatitis C symptoms and treatment side effects with tips for coping with them
Common hepatitis C symptoms and treatment side effects with tips for coping with them
CHS James Kreppner Memorial Scholarship and Bursary Program
The deadline to submit applications for this year is April 30, 2017.
Click HERE to access the criteria and application forms.
HIV “Undetectable equals Untransmittable” (U=U)
This news is considered the most significant development in the HIV world since the advent of effective combination therapy 20 years ago.
The Consensus Statement of the Prevention Access Campaign is designed to promote “Undetectable equals Untransmittable” (U=U) and the campaign can be endorsed by going on the campaign website.
For more information, click HERE.
MyCBDR: the promotional video on YouTube!
The CHS produced a promotional video showing how easy and fast it is to report bleeds and treatments to your treatment centre via MyCBDR.
Criminalization of HIV Non-Disclosure
Click HERE for more information.
So why does Ontario continue to unjustly prosecute people living with HIV?
Tell Ontario’s Attorney General to stop unjust HIV-related prosecutions.
Please click here to send a message to the attention of the Attorney General of Ontario, the Honourable Yasir Naqvi.
** UPDATE re surplus in the Trust Fund for the 1986-1990 Hepatitis C Settlement Agreement
For more information, please click HERE.
Hemophilia Today - November 2016
The MyCBDR app now available in French
- Ensure all data recorded in the MyCBDR mobile app has been synchronised to the CBDR database, ie. the user must log on to the MyCBDR mobile app in Online mode and wait for all data to be synchronised. (If desired and to be certain that all data has been synchronised, users can log on to the MyCBDR web application and confirm their data is correct and up to date.)
- Log out of the MyCBDR mobile app.
- Uninstall the MyCBDR mobile app.
- Install the MonRCTC mobile app from the relevant app store (depending on the user’s device).
- Log on to the MonRCTC mobile app and wait for all data to be synchronised.
CHS support to research and market studies
These studies, however, need our community to gather sufficient data to be relevant.
Please take the time to see what is presently happening with regards to research and market studies and to see if you could take an active part in them.
Click here for more details on the RESEARCH studies currently recruiting participants.
Click here for more details on the MARKET studies currently recruiting participants.
CHS Statement on the SIPPET study
Some studies showed a lower rate of inhibitor development with plasma-derived FVIII; other studies did not. The studies, however, were quite small and retrospective or observational in nature, and so they didn’t provide conclusive results.
The SIPPET study is the first prospective, randomized trial to attempt to answer the question.
CLICK HERE to read more about this important topic.
MyCBDR app now available!
If you have not registered for MyCBDR yet, you can submit your request at www.mycbdr.ca/MyCBDR/Account/Register. Remember to select your HTC from the drop-down menu available at registration. The AHCDC and McMaster University are working continually to enrol more HTCs into the CBDR network. In case you belong to an HTC that is not yet using CBDR, you can still request a MyCBDR account by selecting “Holding Center for MyCBDR” as your HTC.
Please feel free to send in your questions, comments and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
N.B. The French-language version of the app is now available. Please read the above message regarding the French app.
Menstrual Assessment Chart (PBAC)
Chart in PDF format
“Me”, a period flow assessment app is also available.
Apple Store: apple.co/1N93E6h
Google Play Store: bit.ly/1SBl8L8
A bandage is not enough.
HELP SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT INHERITED BLEEDING DISORDERS.
Click here for more information about this important public awareness and outreach campaign or to download promotional material.
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