The Power of Health Research Canadian researchers working together to eliminate hepatitis C

CIHR Feature story on CanHepC

To mark World Hepatitis Day, the Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR) featured a story about researchers from our network (Drs Naglaa Shoukry, Jordan Feld, Julie Bruneau & Mel Krajden) on the power of health research and working together towards the elimination of hepatitis C....

Open letter to Health Minister Dr Jane Philpott

Hepatitis C prevention, care and treatment for all

Friday 28 July 2017 marks World Hepatitis Day and on this day it is more important than ever to underscore the progress made so far, plan for the future, and ensure that Canada is a world leader in reaching the hepatitis C elimination...

CATIE webinar

CATIE 6th CSHCV 2017 Learning Institute & webinar

For the second year in a row, CanHepC has partnered with CATIE on an initiative called the HCV Symposium Learning Institute.  

The Learning Institute is a knowledge exchange event that aims to distil and disseminate key research findings from the Canadian Symposium on Hepatitits C...

Fairmount view Banff 2017

6th Canadian Symposium on HCV & CanHepC Annual Meeting in Banff, AB

The 6th Canadian Symposium on HCV (CSHCV) took place in Banff on Friday 3rd March under the theme “Delivering a Cure for Hepatitis C Infection: What are the Remaining Gaps?”. The Symposium, organised by CanHepC & chaired by Lorne Tyrell and Carla Coffin, attracted a total of 264 attendees...

CanHepC - TRR179 Internship Exchange Program

CanHepC and the German TRR179 Network are offering the opportunity for one CanHepC trainee and one student from the German TRR179 Hepatitis Network to do a 2-6 months internship with one the of PIs affiliated to the other network.

Download the full announcement here.

TRR179 is...


CATIE webinar on DAA reimbursement restrictions in Canada

CanHepC is participating in a webinar organised by CATIE on the strategies to address reimbursement restrictions for Hepatitis C in Canada

In collaboration with CanHepC, CTAC and the Kirby Institute in Australia, CATIE is organising a webinar looking at strategies to address Canada’s...

Direct Acting Antivirals

Reimbursement restrictions of DAAs for the treatment of Hepatitis C in Canada

CanHepC review shows more than 85% of Canadian provinces and territories restrict access to new direct-acting antivirals (DAA) for the treatment of the hepatitis C virus infection.

*Read the CRCHUM news brief on this article in french and English

Treatment with interferon-free,...

Screenshot CanHepC Website

Welcome to CanHepC's new website

The CanHepC website has got a complete overhaul and the logo has also been re-designed.

The new website has a fresher look with a better structured navigation so information about our Network and our activities is easily accessible by our members, our partners and members of the public...

CanHepC staff and trainees in support of NOhep and WHD

World Hepatitis Day

Thursday 28 July 2016 marks World Hepatitis Day and on this occasion CanHepC would like to show their support to the NOHep campaign and the elimination of viral hepatitis by 2030.

While World Hepatitis Day is an opportunity to raise awareness to viral hepatitis, the NOHep movement aims...

Infography Elimination Hepatitis C in Canada

Supporting Canada's commitment to Hepatitis C

In support of this year's World Hepatitis Day theme ELIMINATION, the Canadian Network on Hepatitis C along with other partners are calling on the Canadian Federal government, Provinces and Territories to work together to develop a National Action Plan for the elimination of Hepatitis C in...