Maureen Holmberg is currently an instructor of photography in Atlanta, GA, whose work has been exhibited locally and nationally. Ms. Holmberg was diagnosed with Hepatitis C following her request for a hepatitis test during physician work-up.
Did You Know?
CDC recommends that all Americans born from 1945 to 1965 get a one-time test for hepatitis C
Hepatitis C is the leading reason for adult liver transplants in the U.S.
Hepatitis C is almost twice as common among African Americans as among whites
An estimated 3.2 million Americans have hepatitis C
An estimated 15,000 Americans die annually of complications related to hepaitis C infection—a figure that is expected to triple over the next 10 years
The Viral Hepatitis Action Coalition is a public-private partnership developed by the CDC Foundation. Coalition members are committed to helping CDC advance the prevention, screening and treatment of viral hepatitis.