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World Hepatitis Day: India has second highest number of Hepatitis B cases after China

New Delhi, Mon, 28 Jul 2014 NI Wire

To keep away and aware from the Liver related diseases, today entire world is marking the World Hepatitis Day. Needless to say, the day has been celebrating by entire countries and health related agencies to the world to create awareness regarding the threat and danger of liver related diseases especially the Hepatitis issues.

There is no doubt that today Hepatitis has become a viral disease not only in the world, even India is also witnessing a serious threat from the diseases. According to sources, that nearly 400 million people have chronic viral hepatitis worldwide and the facts are enough to tell the horrific situation of the world.

The worst side of the matter mentioned above is that most of the patients of the data, don't know about their infection from the Hepatitis virus. Needless to say, the situation is clearly mentioning about our negligence and ignorance to the matter.

According to media reports, more than one million people die each year from causes related to viral hepatitis, commonly cirrhosis and liver cancer. Now easily the situation can be understand how it is worst and severe.

It is ignorance and negligence by the people, that the theme of the year World Hepatitis Day has been marked as the 'Think Again.' The message of the theme is enough to display the facts that there is a need for everyone to think seriously about the threat of Hepatitis seriously and we must acknowledge the situation to keep aware ourselves for the sake of making Hepatitis free society.

According to sources, India has over 40 million Hepatitis B infected patients in the country. Certainly the situation can't be termed a healthy sign for our country. The data is just second only to China and it clearly tells the worst growing danger for the situation.

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