When Ayanda visited the Nurse she was concerned her child may be exposed to hepatitis B.
I chose to volunteer for Hepatitis Victoria because the stigma associated with hepatitis is challenging and complex to address.
My wife had hepatitis C and we need to remove the stigma and try to eradicate it globally.
I am a great believer in men taking charge of their health and having regular tests - which many men never do until it is too late.
I respect the wonderful work and prevention of hepatitis being promoted by Hepatitis Victoria.
My involvement has led me to understand the importance of educating the community about hepatitis.
Stigma and disapproving attitudes often associated with hepatitis are unjustified, and the available mechanisms for testing, treating and cures are easy to access.
I initiated a project within Rotary through my membership of the Rotary Club of Melbourne.
I am part of the Melbourne Rotary Club Team and the "End Hepatitis Now" Project that supports the education and dissemination of information about viral hepatitis to other Rotary Clubs.