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INDIANA: HepFest Provides Hepatitis C Awareness (Ft. Wayne) (06.15.2013)
Auburn, Ind., held its sixth annual HepFest on June 15 in Rieke Park. Free of charge and open to the public, the event featured games, prizes, live Christian music, and a raffle. HepFest focused on raising hepatitis C awareness. Event Organizer Christie Soaper emphasized that people needed to erase the stigma of hepatitis. She urged everyone to participate in free testing at their local health departments.


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