The campaign "Moldova knows hepatitis C" continues in the province of Iasi. The tv studio TVR Iasi will be broadcast on Wednesday, November 7, at 19.00, on the show "Iasi knows hepatitis C."
The guest of the exhibition's editor, Claudia Dănăilă, will be Professor Dr. Carmen Dorobat, Director of the Iasi Hospital for Infectious Diseases, Dr. Catalin Sfarti, head of the work, primary gastroenterologist at the Institute of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Iasi, and Dr. Maria Ioniti, family.
"Iasi knows hepatitis C" will be taken across the Moldavian region and viewers will be able to ask live questions on 0220.127.116.11 and the TVR Iasi Facebook page, which will take over the entire show.
The topics to be discussed will be to inform the public about the causes and effects of the hepatitis C virus infection, as well as the fact that the examinations and investigations are free of charge by referral from the family doctor and the treatment is now revolutionary with a success rate of almost 100%. In the same vein, viewers in Iasi will be informed of the easy route to anyone who will follow to receive hepatitis C treatment and that all those diagnosed with this disease, fibrosis, now have access to treatment, which is completely free for CAS patients.
Another lively discussion about "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". In the demonstration, visitors, who will be renowned experts in the field of Iasi province, will also answer every question posed by the fans.
Romania ranks first in Europe with hepatitis C virus infection of 3.3% and at national level the Moldavian region has the highest prevalence rate of 4.3%.
The Iasi region has an undesirable 3.79%, which is above the national average.