I'M NOT TOO SEXY TO GET TESTED CAMPAIGN

L4L in partnership with Hep C Positive have teamed up with the internationally acclaimed pop duo Right Said Fred to launch the  ‘I’m Not Too Sexy To Get Tested’ campaign on World Hepatitis Day (28 July 2015) to raise awareness of the risks of hepatitis C.

 

The campaign highlights the importance of people getting tested for hepatitis C - a chronic, potentially life threatening liver disease– and features a short documentary that shows the Right Said Fred brothers – Richard and Fred Fairbrass – undergoing a hepatitis C test and finding out their test results.

 

If you have any questions about hepatitis C, please call our FREE helpline 08000 74 34 94. Or visit our external links page for other charities and groups that provide hepatitis C information. 

 

Download our I'm Not Too Sexy To Be Tested awareness postcard. 

 

The Right Said Fred brothers were tested for hepatitis C at the Great Western Hospital in Swindon. More information about the hospital can be found on their website: www.swindonsexualhealth.nhs.uk

 

For more information about hep C visit www.hepcpositive.org.uk and www.hepc.co.uk

 

The 'I'm Not Too Sexy' campaign is funded by an unrestricted educational grant from Gilead Sciences.

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