The Hepatitis B Foundation has launched the first global registry of discrimination against people living with hepatitis B. <<Learn more here>>

Hepatitis B Foundation's Discrimination Registry

If you are faced with discrimination due to hepatitis B, it is important to know your rights and to have information to support your case. You can use the information on our site to help advocate for yourself, report your experience with discrimination on the Hepatitis B Foundation's Discrimination Registry or contact the Hepatitis B Foundation at discrimination@hepb.org or 215-489-4900 if you need additional assistance.

DISCRIMINATION SURVEY

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 Discrimination

Discrimination is defined as the unjust, unfair or prejudicial treatment of a person on the grounds of their hepatitis B status. In other words, being treated differently because of one’s hepatitis B infection. For someone with hepatitis B, this can mean exclusion, denying benefits, denied employment, education, training, goods or services, or having significant burdens imposed on an individual due to their infection status. The Hepatitis B Foundation is working to document discrimination related to hepatitis B through its Hepatitis B Discrimination Registry. If you experienced hepatitis B discrimination, please report it through the Registry Survey.