National Hepatitis C Advocacy Council

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Description The National Hepatitis C Advocacy Council has been formed in an effort to bring together the collective strengths of hepatitis C patient advocacy organizations.

The Council is a forum to discuss common goals and to strategize on mechanisms to become a formidable force in the effort to advance issues of importance to all people affected by hepatitis C. Patient advocacy organizations provide essential services and a voice to people diagnosed with life-threatening illness.
Address 221 Ainslie Street
Brooklyn
New York
11211
United States of America
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Submission Date 12/31/10 (Edited 01/01/11)



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