Research and analysis

Hepatitis C in London: annual review

This report focuses on the epidemiology of hepatitis C in London, mainly using routinely available surveillance data.

Documents

Hepatitis C in London: 2015 data

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Hepatitis C in London: 2014 data

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Hepatitis C in London: 2013 data

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Details

Hepatitis C remains a major public health problem.

In London, an estimated 60,000 people have been infected with hepatitis C (meaning they are hepatitis C antibody positive), of whom an estimated 40% remain undiagnosed.

For previous Hepatitis C in London annual reviews, see the archived Health Protection Agency website.

Published 30 March 2014
Last updated 28 September 2017 + show all updates
  1. Added 'Hepatitis C in London: 2015 data'.
  2. Published 2015 report.
  3. Added 2013 data.
  4. First published.