July 28: World Hepatitis Day!
World Day of Hepatitis is being celebrated all over the world, including Pakistan. The purpose of celebrating hepatitis Awareness Day is to highlight measures and awareness for the prevention of this deadly disease. There are currently more than thirty-five million people worldwide with hepatitis, including approximately one million Pakistanis. More than one million people die from the disease annually worldwide. According to the World Health Organization’s Global Hepatitis Report, the number of hepatitis B patients worldwide has exceeded 25 million, which is a worldwide population. It is 3.5%, and the number of hepatitis C-infected patients is 7.7 million, which is one percent of the world’s population. While there are currently 32 million people who have hepatitis in the world, 17 million new cases of hepatitis C are coming out every year. Hepatitis caused 1.33 million deaths in 2015. Since 2000, hepatitis deaths have increased by 22%, growing steadily. Pakistan is the third-largest country affected by hepatitis C worldwide, according to a World Gastro Natology Organization research report. The number of people infected is more than 150 million, most of whom are unaware of their illness, the deaths from Pakistan hepatitis are far higher than the deaths from TB, dengue, malaria, and AIDS. Hepatitis C catastrophic disease in the world, according to Health Organization Of the 10% or 71 million people found in Pakistan, 40,000 people die every year as a result of this complicating disease, which means that 111 people die daily in Pakistan as a result of this deadly disease. According to the World Health Organization, hepatitis virus is the eighth leading cause of death worldwide. More than 25 million people worldwide suffer from hepatitis B, and more than 7 million worldwide suffer from hepatitis C. At this rate, between 2015 and 2030, two million people will die of hepatitis. Egypt in Pakistan The highest number of hepatitis C patients is worldwide after 1 in every 12 people suffer from hepatitis C, and most people are not even aware of it. Reach the stage, and in 15 to 20 years, they need liver transplantation.