Campaign Materials

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  • While Asian Americans make up 6% of the U.S. population, they account for more than 60% of Americans living with hepatitis B.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, learn about Hepatitis B at @cdchep’s Know Hepatitis: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • Two-thirds of Americans with #hepatitis B are unaware they have it, & only testing can determine if someone is living with hepatitis B.
    Unsure if you should get tested? Check using the @cdchep’s free Know Hepatitis B resource at https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon #HepatitisAwarenessMonth
  • Left untreated, nearly 1 in 4 people living with #hepatitis B develop serious liver problems, even cancer.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, see if you should be tested using @cdchep’s free Know Hepatitis B resource at https://go.usa.gov/xsxfzexternal icon
  • People can live with #hepatitis B for decades without having any symptoms or feeling sick. Testing is the only way to know.
    Visit the @cdchep’s Know Hepatitis page to learn more about hepatitis B & how to get tested: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
    #HepatitisAwarenessMonth
  • If left untreated, #hepatitis B can lead to serious liver problems including liver cancer.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, learn about #hepatitisB at the @cdchep’s Know Hepatitis B page: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • Bad News: #hepatitis B often has no symptoms & if left untreated, can lead to serious liver problems, even liver #cancer.
    Good News: Treatments are available! With treatment, serious liver damage can be prevented.
    Follow @cdchep to learn more.#KnowHepB
  • While 1 in 12 Asian Americans has #hepatitisB, many don’t know if they are infected.
    There are no excuses – talk to your doctor about getting tested today & follow @cdchep to learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • People can live with #hepatitis B for decades without feeling sick. Left untreated, nearly 1 in 4 people living with #hepB develop serious liver problems.
    Stay safe by getting tested to prevent serious complications. Visit @cdchep to learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • Hepatitis B is a serious disease.
    Protect your family by getting tested and #vaccinated for #hepatitisB today. Visit the @cdchep’s Know Hepatitis B page to learn more about testing & treatment: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
Facebook
  • Hepatitis B disproportionately affects Asian Americans in the U.S. While they make up 6% of the population, they account for more than 60% of Americans living with #HepB.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, learn about hepatitis B from the CDC. https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • Two-thirds of Americans with #hepatitis B are unaware of their condition, and only testing can determine if someone is living with hepatitis B.
    Unsure if you should get tested? Check using the CDC’s free Know Hepatitis B resource at https://go.usa.gov/xsxfzexternal icon
    #HepatitisAwarenessMonth
  • Left untreated, nearly 1 in 4 people living with #hepatitis B develop serious liver problems, even liver cancer.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, see if you should be tested using the @CDC’s free Know Hepatitis B resource at https://go.usa.gov/xsxfzexternal icon
  • People can live with #hepatitis B for decades without having any symptoms or feeling sick. Left untreated, nearly 1 in 4 people living with hepatitis B develop serious liver problems, like liver cancer.
    Keep you and yourself family safe by getting tested today to prevent any serious liver problems. Learn more by visiting: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • If left untreated, hepatitis B can lead to serious liver problems including liver cancer.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, talk to your doctor about testing and learn about hepatitis B – from infection to treatment – at the @CDC’s Know Hepatitis B page: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • The Bad News: #Hepatitis B often has no symptoms and, if left untreated, can lead to serious liver problems like liver cancer.
    The Good News: Treatments are available! With treatment, serious liver damage can be prevented.
    Talk to your doctor about getting tested and learn more by visiting https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • While 1 in 12 Asian Americans has hepatitis B, many don’t know if they are infected.
    There are no excuses – talk to your doctor about getting tested today and visit CDC’s Know Hepatitis B site to get more information: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • People can live with #hepatitis B for decades without having any symptoms or feeling sick. Left untreated, nearly 1 in 4 people living with hepatitis B develop serious liver problems, like liver cancer.
    Keep you and yourself family safe by getting tested today to prevent any serious liver problems. Learn more by visiting: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
  • Hepatitis B is a serious disease.
    Protect your family by getting tested and vaccinated for hepatitis B today. Visit the CDC’s Know Hepatitis B page to learn more about its testing, diagnosis, & treatment: https://go.usa.gov/xsxmAexternal icon
Instagram
  • Hepatitis B disproportionately affects Asian Americans in the U.S. While they make up 6% of the population, they account for more than 60% of Americans living with hepatitis B.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, make sure you’re safe by getting tested today.
    #HepAware #HepAware2021 #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB
  • Two-thirds of Americans with #hepatitis B are unaware of their condition, and only testing can determine if someone is living with hepatitis B.
    Unsure if you should get tested? Talk to your doctor today.
    #HepatitisAwarnessMonth #HepAware #HepAware2021 #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB
  • Left untreated, nearly 1 in 4 people living with #hepatitis B develop serious liver problems, even liver cancer.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, talk to your doctor about getting tested.
    #HepAware #HepAware2021 #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB
  • People with Hepatitis B frequently have no symptoms, making the infection undetectable without testing.
    Talk to your doctor about whether getting tested is right for you.
    #HepatitisAwarnessMonth #HepAware #HepAware2021 #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB
  • If left untreated, hepatitis B can lead to serious liver problems including liver cancer.
    This #HepatitisAwarenessMonth, talk to your doctor about testing.
    #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB
  • The Bad News: #Hepatitis B often has no symptoms and, if left untreated, can lead to serious liver problems like liver cancer.
    The Good News: Treatments are available! With treatment, serious damage can be prevented.
    Talk to your doctor about getting tested.
    #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB
  • While 1 in 12 Asian Americans has #hepatitis B, many don’t know if they are infected.
    There are no excuses – talk to your doctor about getting tested today
    #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB
  • People can live with #hepatitis B for decades without having any symptoms or feeling sick. Left untreated, nearly 1 in 4 people living with hepatitis B develop serious liver problems, like liver cancer.
    Keep yourself and your family safe by getting tested today so you can prevent any serious liver problems.
    #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB
  • Hepatitis B is treatable, but the first step is to get tested.
    Protect your family by getting tested for hepatitis B today
    #HepatitisB #HepB #HBV #KnowHepB

Social Media Graphics

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Public Service Announcements (PSAs)

Video PSA – “Hepatitis B & Your Liver” (30 second)
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This 30 second PSA highlights the importance of taking care of your liver by getting tested for hepatitis B. Hepatitis B is a leading cause of liver cancer among Asian Americans but most people with hepatitis B don’t know they are infected.  Each PSA features English, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean native speakers.

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Mandarin 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Vietnamese 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Korean 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon

To watch a version of the PSA on YouTube, click the appropriate link above. To download a PSA or closed caption (CC) file, right-mouse-click on the appropriate link below and select the “save …” menu item to save the file to your own folder.

Video PSA – “Hepatitis B Doctor Conversation” (30 second – Vietnamese Language only)
A doctor and outline of Vietnam

This 30 second PSA shows a doctor encouraging people born in Vietnam, or whose parents were born in Vietnam, to get tested for hepatitis B. Most people living with hepatitis B do not know they are infected. Left untreated, hepatitis B can lead to serious liver problems, including liver cancer, but lifesaving treatments are available.

Translation list
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Vietnamese 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon

To watch a version of the PSA on YouTube, click the “View” link above. To download a PSA, right-mouse-click on the “Download” link below and select the “save …” menu item to save the file to your own folder.

Video PSA – “Excuses” (30 second)
A 3 by 3 grid of video clips of individuals performing simple tasks

These 30 second PSAs feature everyday people sharing common excuses for why they do not need to get tested for hepatitis B. 1 in 12 Asian Americans has Hepatitis B, but most don’t know they are infected. Each PSA features English, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean native speakers.

Translation list
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English 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
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Mandarin 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Vietnamese 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Korean 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon

To watch a version of the PSA on YouTube, click the appropriate link above. To download a PSA or closed caption (CC) file, right-mouse-click on the appropriate link below and select the “save …” menu item to save the file to your own folder.

Video PSA – “Father-Daughter Conversation” (30 second)
Father and daughter on couch, looking at tablet screen together.

These 30 second PSAs feature a conversation between a daughter and her parents, with the daughter explaining why Asian Americans should be tested for Hepatitis B. 1 in 12 Asian Americans has Hepatitis B, but most don’t know they are infected. Each PSA features English, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean native speakers.

Translation list
Language View Download
English 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
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Cantonese 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Mandarin 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Vietnamese 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Korean 30 sec 30 secmedia iconmedia icon

To watch a version of the PSA on YouTube, click the appropriate link above. To download a PSA or closed caption (CC) file, right-mouse-click on the appropriate link below and select the “save …” menu item to save the file to your own folder.

Video PSA – “No Warning Signs”
Road sign the reads, "No Warning Sign for Hepatitis B"

These 30 and 60 second PSAs feature animated video which shares facts about hepatitis B and encourages Asian Americans to get tested for Hepatitis B. 1 in 12 Asian Americans has Hepatitis B, but most don’t know they are infected. Hepatitis B often doesn’t cause symptoms and an early diagnosis is the best way to prevent serious liver problems. Each PSA features English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean native speakers.

Translation list
Language View Download
English 30 sec
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Cantonese 30 sec
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Mandarin 30 sec
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Vietnamese 30 sec
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Korean 30 sec
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To watch a version of the PSA on YouTube, click the appropriate link above. To download a PSA or closed caption (CC) file, right-mouse-click on the appropriate link below and select the “save …” menu item to save the file to your own folder.

Video PSA – “Family Promise” (30 second)
Frame capture from PSA

These 30 second PSAs feature father-daughter bonding moments. A father promises his family that he will get tested for Hepatitis B, so he can continue to be there for his wife and daughter. Each PSA features English, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean native speakers.

Translation list
Language View Download
English 30 secexternal iconexternal icon 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
CC:sami
Chinese 30 secexternal iconexternal icon 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Vietnamese 30 secexternal iconexternal icon 30 secmedia iconmedia icon
Korean 30 secexternal iconexternal icon 30 secmedia iconmedia icon

To watch a version of the PSA on YouTube, click the appropriate link above. To download a PSA or closed caption (CC) file, right-mouse-click on the appropriate link below and select the “save …” menu item to save the file to your own folder.

Video PSA – “Protect Your Family: Get Tested for Hepatitis B”
Frame for "Protext Your Family" PSA

These 30 and 60 second PSAs feature an overprotective father doing everything he can to make sure his son and family are protected. A narrator encourages parents like this father to also take care of themselves and get tested for Hepatitis B to protect their families. 1 in 12 Asian Americans has Hepatitis B, but most people infected don’t know it.Each PSA features English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean native speakers.

Radio PSA – “Family Promise” (60 second)
Icon for radio public service announcement

These 60-second PSAs feature father-daughter bonding moments. A father promises to attend his daughter’s piano performance, just as he promises to get a blood test for Hepatitis B so that he can continue to be there for his family. Each PSA features English, Cantonese, Mandarin,  Vietnamese and Korean native speakers.

To download a PSA, right click on a link below and select the “save …” menu item to save the file to your own folder.

English audio file [AIFF – 11KB]
Cantonese audio file [AIFF – 11KB]
Mandarin audio file [AIFF – 11KB]
Vietnamese audio file [AIFF – 11KB]
Korean audio file [AIFF – 11KB]

Radio PSA – “Dr. Knows” (60 second)
Icon for radio public service announcement

These 60-second PSAs feature interactions between a doctor and his patient that explains what hepatitis B is, how it is and isn’t spread, and the importance of getting tested for hepatitis B. Each PSA features Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Korean native speakers.

Fact Sheets

One page summary

When Someone in the Family has Hepatitis B
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This 1-page fact sheet provides basic information about Hepatitis B and the importance of testing and vaccinating family.

Posters

No Warning Signs
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This 24×36 poster emphasizes that Hepatitis B often doesn’t cause symptoms and encourages Asian Americans to get tested. An early diagnosis is the best way to prevent serious liver problems.

Doctor Knows
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This 24×36 poster promotes Hepatitis B testing for Asian Americans and explain how Hepatitis B is and is not spread.

Super Dad
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This 24×36 poster highlights a strong family bond that encourages Asian Americans to get tested for Hepatitis B.

Pinky Promise
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This 24×36 poster shows a pinky promise between two people pledging to get tested for Hepatitis B, encouraging others to follow their example.

Infographics

Doctor Knows
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This 2-page infographic answers commonly asked questions about Hepatitis B and encourages Asian Americans to get tested.

Asia and Pacific Islands
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This half-page infographic visually promotes Hepatitis B testing for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Customizable Flyers

Doctor Knows
Flyer with Line art of a male doctor with a clip board stands in front of a dot-filled outline of Asia.  Logos for both Hep B United and the Know Hepatitis B campaign are present.  Accomanying text reads, 'Hepatitis B is the leading cause of liver cancer for Asian Americans.  Come get tested for Hepatitis B.  It could save your life.'

This customizable flyer template reminds people that getting tested for Hepatitis B can help save lives.

Family Love
Flyer with A man and woman laying on the ground corporately form the shape of a heart.  Inside the heart shape is a little girl, who is holding the hands of the man and woman.  Text reads, 'A health screening for you puts your family first.'

This customizable flyer ties health screenings in with putting one’s family first. These templates can be used to promote a variety of health screenings.

Vaccine Cards

Vaccination Card
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This customizable card has information about the Hepatitis B vaccination and helps people keep track of their vaccine series. Local information can be typed into the blue colored rectangle. These cards print best double-sided and on business card templates. Four cards will print per page.

Hepatitis B Quizzes

True-False Quiz
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This 10-question quiz lets people test their Hepatitis B knowledge and is an interactive way to engage with clients at testing events.

Wheel of Health
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This interactive game allows participants to test their Hepatitis B knowledge by spinning a wheel and answering the question identified when the wheel stops. Users can assemble their own wheel or download an app-based version that can be loaded onto a tablet or laptop.

Information for Pregnant Women

Vaccinate Your Baby Against Hepatitis B

This two page infographic answers commonly asked questions about hepatitis B and explains the importance of the vaccine for infants.

Hepatitis B and a Healthy Baby
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This audio-visual presentation explains why infants need to get the hepatitis B vaccine if their mother has hepatitis B. This presentation is available in English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Hmong and Taglish, and allows participants to read and listen along to the presentation.

Hepatitis B and Your Healthy Baby
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This presentation provides details on the Hepatitis B vaccine that an infant will receive at birth if the infant’s mother has Hepatitis B. It also includes information on how common Hepatitis B is and how it is spread. The presentation contains pictures along with written text and is available in English and Spanish.