Campaign Materials

Make sure you have all the latest campaign materials! Browse through the
resources on this page to help educate and spread awareness of hepatitis B!

Hep B United Logos

Show your support and use any of our logos on your website, email signatures, etc. Contact to request assistance in adding any one of our logos to any of your local efforts!      HBU logo long

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CDC Know Hepatitis B Campaign

Click any image below to learn more about the CDC Know Hepatitis B Materials
that you can use for your local efforts. The resources come in several different
Asian languages and some can even be customized to fit your coalitions’ needs!

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Hep B and Your Healthy Baby

This presentation from the CDC provides details on the Hepatitis B vaccine that an infant will receive at birth if the infant’s mother has Hepatitis B. It also includes information on how common Hepatitis B is and how it is spread. The presentation contains pictures along with written text and is available in English and Spanish. The Spanish presentation is also available as a PDF.

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Hep B Healthy Baby

This presentation from the CDC explains the importance of the hepatitis B vaccine for infants when their mother has hepatitis B. The presentation is available in various Asian languages below.

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Protect Your Baby Fact Sheets

These 2-page fact sheets from the CDC is for pregnant women who have Hepatitis B and explains the importance of the Hepatitis B vaccine in preventing the spread of hepatitis B to their infants. Click on the image for the colored version and the title for a black-and-white version.

Hepatitis B and Your Baby

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When a Pregnant Woman Has Hepatitis B

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Korean Burmese French
Hmong Khmer Lao
Russian Spanish Tagalog

Cultural Comic Books for Educating Asian Americans about Hepatitis B

Produced by the University of Maryland and John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, view/utilize these cautionary tales used in cultural, comic book-like photonovels that were developed to raise hepatitis B awareness among Asian Americans.

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Hepatitis B – What You Need to Know

How to Obtain a Proclamation

1.     Contact your local elected official – city, state representative, or local mayor’s office
2.     Begin conversations with the elected official’s staff person about a proclamation 3-5 months in advance of your event or May Hepatitis Awareness Month
3.     Offer to send sample text for the proclamation about 2 months in advance (keep it simple in a bullet point format to make it easy for the staff person to select the    text they want to use)
4.     Follow-up regularly with friendly emails and/or reminder calls to the staff person

You can use these sample proclamations and adapt them to fit your needs:
Sample #1: Philadelphia HBV Proclamation  |   Sample #2: 2012 Hepatitis B Awareness Month Proclamation

***Remember, asking for a Proclamation is a small favor that your local, city, and state representative can easily fulfill because it is a simple way for them to make their constituents happy.

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Hep Free Hawaii (in partnership with Hawaii Dept. of Health)

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 Pictures from HBU’s 2nd Annual Summit

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HBV Articles and Blogs

Increasing Hepatitis B Awareness and Testing Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders; Ronald Valdiserri

African Immigrants at Increased Risk for Hepatitis B; Susannah Amiteye

Hepatitis is Still the Silent Killer | Commentary; Sen. Mazie K. Hirono, Reps. Michael M. Honda, Hank Johnson, and Bill Cassidy

Breaking the Silence of Viral HepatitisRonald Valdiserri & Howard Koh (HBU is noted in this article found in the Annals of Internal Medicine!)

Cambodian Orphan Finds New Life in MinnesotaMatthew Stolle

View past articles and blogs