The Summit is focusing on priority actions for advocacy. A very limited number of oral abstracts can be accepted for the parallel sessions.

  • The importance of testing for access to treatment and cure
  • Hepatitis treatment and beyond – what response the community really requires?
  • Meaningful participation of the community in the HCV response – how do we get there?
  • HCV practice and policy in Portugal (in Portuguese)

On other HCV related issues, you can submit an abstract for a poster presentation. Topics which highlight encouraging research and practical examples of effective interventions in regard of access to testing and treatment, community and peer-led initiatives will be given priority. Posters will be presented  during the lunch break and the community reception.








Abstract should not exceed 500 words and should include a Background, Activities/Methodology, Results and Discussion.

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