I believe in the power of prevention and a big part of that is having the right knowledge and a good understanding of the topic. It is my hope that the articles and links on this site will help you to learn about hepatitis and give you the information you need to be an effective health advocate.
Charles Daniel is a former writer for Verywell Health covering hepatitis. He's a hepatitis advocate writing about hepatitis and its many aspects, specifically how this disease affects people and their communities.
Charles has worked for a state department of public health as an infectious disease epidemiologist and for a state laboratory as a bacteriologist. In addition, Charles is a writer, health educator and a college instructor. Currently he is attending medical school, studying to become a primary care physician.
Charles has a Master of Public Health from the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health. He also has a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from the University of South Carolina.
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