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300 Million Reasons Movement

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There are currently almost 300 million people living with chronic hepatitis B globally. These are real people and their lives and quality of life are important. 300 Million Reasons is a movement to improve awareness about hepatitis B and liver cancer worldwide, to promote engagement of key stakeholders, and to empower people impacted by hepatitis B to become vocal advocates. 

300 Million Reasons is a movement launched by the Hepatitis B Foundation with the goal of giving partners around the world access to important tools to help spread the word about hepatitis B.

What can I do to join the movement today?

The first step is to access our free social media toolkit. These images are designed to raise awareness about, stop stigma around, promote testing for, and explain different aspects of hepatitis B. Please feel free to download, post, and share widely! Different sizes are available for Facebook/Instagram and Twitter.  

Just admitting that there are 300 million reasons to care about hepatitis B makes you part of the movement. Now we just need your help spreading the word. Start with the toolkit, keep it up in conversation in friends, and join the Hepatitis B Foundation in our programs to help make a difference.

Work with the Hepatitis B Foundation to make a difference today.

300 Million Reasons to B Informed

Get Tested. Hepatitis B Can Be Prevented, Treated, and Managed.  

The Hepatitis B Foundation was founded 30 years ago to help people living with hepatitis B. There was almost no information out there for these struggling families at the time. We started out by taking phone calls and now serve people living with hepatitis B through thousands of consults a year, in depth online resources, and research and education to find a cure. Start learning more about hepatitis B here.

300 Million Reasons to B Connected

You are not alone! Together, we can foster a collaborative and connected global community united around all things hepatitis B. 

The B Connected branch of the 300 Million Reasons movement involves increasing access to clinical trials, expanding global connections to support people living with hepatitis B around the world, establishing international peer mentoring programs, creating a social network for people impacted by hepatitis B, and creating further opportunities for community engagement. 

300 Million Reasons to B the Voice

Your voice matters! Share your story to empower those with hepatitis B and inspire progress. 

The B the Voice branch of the 300 Million Reasons movement is centered largely around international storytelling and elevating the voices of those living with hepatitis B around the world. True change happens with the human element. Stories of discrimination, stigma, screening, diagnosis, treatment, supporting community and family members, personal and larger-scale successes, setbacks and victories - all are important to share and learn about in order to raise awareness, inspire change, and eventually find a cure.

Check out our blog post to read more about our B the Voice initiative! 

Do you have a story to share? We would love to read it! Use this link to B the Voice of hepatitis B!

300 Million Reasons to B the Change

Stand up, speak out! Get involved in putting hepatitis B in the spotlight and moving the cause forward. 

The B the Change branch of the 300 Million Reasons movement is focused on patient activism and using this as a tool to advance the cause of increasing knowledge about and support for hepatitis B among legislators and policy-makers. B the Change provides advocacy opportunities, resources, and training for people living with hepatitis B, national and international community ambassadors, and key partners/stakeholders. With knowledge can come action - let’s build a strong grassroots network to spread the word and B the Change to create a world that is Hep B-free. 

Are you interested in hepatitis B advocacy? Sign up to join our Action Center and stay tuned for even more ways to get involved and B the Change!