hepatitis e

Risk Of HepE Outbreak “Very High” In Earthquake-Ravaged Nepal

Conditions created by the recent earthquake leave Nepal with a perfect storm for a hepatitis E outbreak, experts say.

Hot On The Trail Of The Hepatitis-Liver Cancer Connection

Infection with hepatitis viruses leads to the same genetic profile in tumors, even if they look different histologically.

China Plans To Launch Hepatitis E Vaccine ‘This Year’

After more than a year of scrutiny and inspection, a hepatitis E vaccine developed by Chinese scientists should be available by the end of the year.

More Than 61% Of Hepatitis E Cases Occured In Asia, WHO Study

New research estimates that of the more than 20 million people infected with HEV in 2005, 61 percent of the cases occurred in East and South Asia.

China Approves World’s First Hepatitis E Vaccine

China has approved the world's first hepatitis E virus (HEV) vaccine this month, said China’s Ministry of Science and Technology.