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Have you been at risk?


You may have been at risk of hepatitis C infection if you have ever...

  • Injected drugs in the past or shared drug injecting equipment
  • Received blood products, including tissue or organ transplants, before 1992
  • Been exposed to blood through close household contact with someone who has hepatitis C (e.g. shared toothbrushes etc.)
  • Injected performance or image enhancing drugs
  • Had a tattoo or piercing where equipment is reused without being sterilised
  • Shared straws or other paraphernalia to snort drugs
  • Received medical or dental treatment in countries with poor infection control

Find out your odds

getting tested

Getting tested

Think you’ve been at risk of Hepatitis C infection? Here is why you should get tested.

Testing is easier than ever before: It can be a simple pin-prick test.
Testing is free and confidential.
Hepatitis C can be cured: treatments today mean you have 90% chance of clearing the virus.
Treatment is now easier than ever: interferon is no longer recommended and treatment now consists of all-oral pills, with minimal side effects.

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This campaign is a partnership in Scotland between:

Hepatitis ScotlandWaverley CareAddactionPositive HelpThe Hepatitis C Trust

Our NHS partners are:

In partnership with NHS GrampianIn partnership with NHS Greater Glasgow and ClydeIn partnership with NHS LanarkshireIn partnership with NHS LothianIn partnership with NHS Forth ValleyIn partnership with NHS FifeIn partnership with MCN

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Or call NHS Inform’s Hepatitis helpline:
0800 22 44 88 (Open: 8am-10pm)