The campaign "Moldova knows about hepatitis C" continues in Iasi district. TV studio Iasi TV broadcasts a show on Wednesday, November 7 at 19:00 – "Iasi knows hepatitis C."
Claudia Danaila, editor of the book, will be prof. Dr. Carmen Dorobatova, Director of the Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Iasi, Dr. Catalina Sfarti, Head of Labor, Primary Gastroenterology at the Institute of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Iasi and Dr. Maria Ioniţă, family doctor.
"Iasi knows that hepatitis C" will be accepted throughout Moldova and viewers will be able to ask live on 0220.127.116.11 and on TVR Iasi, which will take over the show in full.
Topics will include informing the public about the causes and effects of hepatitis C type C infection, as well as the fact that testing and investigations are free of charge with the recommendation of a family doctor and the treatment is now revolutionary with almost 100% success. In the same vein, viewers in Iasi will be alerted to the easy way for him to follow hepatitis C treatment, and the fact that everyone who has been diagnosed with this disease, regardless of the degree of fibrosis, now has access to treatment that is for CAS patients completely free.
Another live debate on "Iasi knows Hepatitis C" will take place on Monday, November 12, at 15:00, and will be broadcast on the official Facebook page "You Know Hepatitis C". As part of the exhibition, guests who will be renowned experts in the Iasi district will also respond to every question posed by followers.
Romania ranks first in Europe with an infection of 3.3% of the hepatitis C virus, and at the national level, the highest prevalence rate in Moldova is 4.3%.
Iasi district has an undesirable percentage of 3.79%, which is above the national average.