Campaign Materials

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Posters
Social Media Content and Graphics
Social Media Content

Please share the following sample social media posts through your organization’s handles to help promote the Know More Hepatitis campaign and educate others on the importance of all adults getting tested for hepatitis C.

Twitter
  • Millions of Americans have hepatitis C. Many don’t know it. @cdchep recommends all adults get tested for #hepatitisC. Talk to your doctor and #KnowHepC! It could save your life. https://www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis/
  • Hepatitis C often has no symptoms until serious liver damage has occurred. Getting tested is the only way to know if you have #hepatitisC. All adults should get tested. Talk to your doctor – it could save your life. #KnowHepC https://www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis/
  • Left untreated, hepatitis C can lead to serious liver problems, including liver cancer. CDC now recommends all adults get tested for #hepatitisC. Talk to your doctor. It could save your life. #KnowHepC https://www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis/
  • Millions of Americans have #hepatitisC, a leading cause of liver cancer, but many don’t know they’re infected. The good news is that hepatitis C can be cured —so talk to your doctor about getting tested. #KnowHepC https://www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis/
Facebook
  • People can live with hepatitis C without symptoms or feeling sick. Left untreated, hepatitis C can cause serious liver damage and even liver cancer. The good news is treatments can cure hepatitis C. CDC now recommends all adults get tested, so talk to your doctor — it could save your life. https://www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis/
  • Millions of Americans are living with hepatitis C. Many don’t know it because the disease often has no symptoms. CDC recommends all adults get tested for hepatitis C, so talk to your doctor — it could save your life. https://www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis/
  • Hepatitis C is a serious disease that can lead to liver cancer. The only way to know if you have hepatitis C is to get tested. CDC now recommends that all adults get tested. Learn more: https://www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis/
Social Media Graphics
Outline of United States filled with human figures. Text reads, "Millions of Americans have hepatitis C, but many don't know it. CDC.gov/KnowMoreHepatitis." Logos for HHS-CDC and campaign are in the lower corners.

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Form of a liver with Live Cancer text. Text reads, "Hepatitis C is a leading cause of liver cancer. CDC.gov/KnowMoreHepatitis." Logos for HHS-CDC and campaign are in the lower corners.

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Rx symbol. Text reads, "Treatments can cure hepatitis C. CDC.gov/KnowMoreHepatitis." Logos for HHS-CDC and campaign are in the lower corners.

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Radio Scripts and Sample Email

The live read radio scripts provided can be customized with your organization’s information. Consider approaching local radio stations through the sample email below or by phone and ask them to read the scripts on the air.

Sample Email to send to Radio Stations:

Dear ________:

Hepatitis C affects an estimated 2.4 million Americans, and many don’t know they are infected. Left untreated, hepatitis C can lead to serious liver damage and even liver cancer. CDC now recommends all adults get tested for hepatitis C.

Please consider reading a live script radio PSA in support of CDC’s recommendation and to help raise awareness about the need for testing in communities across the country on this very serious health issue—we couldn’t do it without you.

Many thanks,

__________________

Template Live Read Radio Scripts (30 seconds)

Version 1: Millions of Americans have hepatitis C, yet many don’t know they are infected. Hepatitis C often has no symptoms and left untreated, can cause serious health problems, including liver cancer. CDC recommends all adults get tested for hepatitis C. Talk to your doctor about getting tested – it could save your life. Visit www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis or [INSERT YOUR ORGANIZATION’S URL] for more information.

Version 2: Here are three things you should know about hepatitis C. One. Millions of Americans have hepatitis C and many don’t know it. Two. Hepatitis C is a leading cause of liver cancer. Three. Hepatitis C can be cured. Talk to your doctor about getting tested. It could save your life. Visit www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis or [INSERT YOUR ORGANIZATION’S URL] for more information.

Version 3: Did you know that CDC recommends that all adults get tested for hepatitis C? Why? Millions of Americans have hepatitis C, and many don’t know they are infected. If left untreated, hepatitis C can lead to serious liver problems, including liver cancer. So, talk to your doctor about getting tested. It could save your life. Visit www.cdc.gov/knowmorehepatitis or [INSERT YOUR ORGANIZATION’S URL] for more information.

Email Signatures
Logo for Know More Hepatitis campaign on a left-side bar. The reast reads, "CDC recommends all adults get tested for hepatitis C".

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Logo for Know More Hepatitis campaign on a left-side bar. The reast reads, "CDC recomments all adults get tested for hepatitis C".

Available size

1371px x 376pximage icon

Digital Badges
500x150 Badge - shown smaller than actual size
Outline of United States filled with human figures. Text reads, "CDC recomments all adults get tested for hepatitis C. click here to learn more". HHS-CDC log is in lower right corner.

180 x 185 Badge
Outline of United States filled with human figures. Text reads, "CDC recommends all adults get tested for hepatitis C. click here to learn more". HHS-CDC log is in lower right corner.

186 x 260 Badge
Outline of United States filled with human figures. Text reads, "CDC recommends all adults get tested for hepatitis C. click here to learn more". HHS-CDC log is in lower right corner.

Logos

The Know More Hepatitis™ logo is provided to help partners incorporate the Know More Hepatitis campaign into their work and enhance efforts to raise awareness of, and increase testing for, Hepatitis C. Use of the campaign logo is encouraged provided adherence to the Materials & Logo Usage Guidelines.
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