HepConnect in Raleigh

five people sit on stools with red backdrop behind them discussing hepatitis C prevention

The HepConnect launch even in Raleigh featured a panel of subject matter experts who discussed access to prevention and treatment services. Left to right: Evelyn Foust, NC DHHS head of the Communicable Disease Branch; Virgil Hayes, Advocacy and Program Manager with the NC Harm Reduction Coalition; Michelle Mathis, executive director of The Olive Branch Ministry; Heidi Swygard, NC DHHS Viral Hepatitis Medical Director; Louise Vincent, executive director of Urban Survivor Union. Credit: Taylor Knopf

hepatitis C, opioid crisis, heroin, harm reduction

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