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Stopping the Silent Killer: Hepatitis B Among Asian Americans

This podcast discusses an underappreciated health threat to many Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States: chronic infection with the hepatitis B virus. Dr. John Ward, director of CDC's Division of Viral Hepatitis, and Dr. Sam So, founder of the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University, address the importance of testing, vaccination, and care to prevent serious health consequences from this "silent" disease. Created: 4/18/2008 by National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP), Division of Viral Hepatitis (DVH) and Office of Dispute Resolution and Equal Employment Opportunity, Office of the Director (OD) . Date Released: 5/1/2008. Series Name: CDC Featured Podcasts.


 
A Message from KevJumba on Hepatitis B
Sunshine Volunteers, Student Video
Stopping the Silent Killer: Hepatitis B Among Asian Americans
Vaccination, Education Key to Stemming Asian Hepatitis Outbreaks
Tsui Siu Ming: Hep B PSA (Cantonese)
Law Kar Ying: Hep B PSA (Cantonese)
Tsui Siu Ming: Hep B PSA (Mandarin)
Law Kar Ying: Hep B PSA (Mandarin)
HepBMoms: Moms PSA (Vietnamese)
HepBMoms: Moms PSA (English)
HepBMoms: Moms PSA (Chinese)
HepBMoms: Kids PSA 2 (English)
HepBMoms: Kids PSA 1 (English)
HepBMoms: Kids PSA (Chinese)
Assemblywoman Ma teams with the Giants to beat Hepatitis B
Lee Jae Ryong: PSA #2
Lee Jae Ryong: PSA #1
Jin Sumei: PSA #3
Jin Sumei: PSA #2
Jin Sumei: PSA #1
Martin Yan joins the Jade Ribbon Campaign

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