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HBU WHIAAPI Hepatitis B and Reducing Perinatal Transmission Webinar

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Published on Dec 20, 2013

Mother to child transmission, also known as perinatal transmission, of hepatitis B is still a public health issue in the U.S. Approximately 800 newborns in the U.S. are chronically infected each year through perinatal exposure. Half of all hepatitis B-infected individuals—or 1 in 12—are from Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) populations, and the most common form of transmission is from mother to child.

This webinar, co-hosted by Hep B United and the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, discusses new tools and best practices toward reducing hepatitis B health disparities in AAPI communities, including potential interventions in prenatal care, information about gaps in reporting and a new resource from the Immunization Action Coalition entitled, Give Birth to the End of Hep B.

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