World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day

Secom® supports the fight against hepatitis! 10% discount on products dedicated to liver disease, for the World Day to Combat Hepatitis.

Secom® marks World Hepatitis Day with a 10% discount on products recommended in liver disorders. The offer is available in all 6 Secom® stores, in Bucharest, Ploiesti and Iasi between July 27 and August 1, 2015.

World Hepatitis Day was set on July 28 following a decision of the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2010. The theme of this year's actions is focused on the importance of providing as much information as possible about the transmission modalities, the risks involved and the available prevention methods.

Hepatitis virus infections cause nearly 1.5 million deaths annually. Figures to which are added the patients who need treatment for less advanced forms, forms caused by intoxication with substances from the environment, by the consumption of alcohol, drugs or certain drugs, as well as the number of cases still undiagnosed or asymptomatic.

WHO estimates that 2 billion people have come into contact with hepatitis B virus, and 350 million of them have become chronic carriers, with high risk of hepatitis D infection.

WHO also warns that about 170 million people are infected with hepatitis C virus and more than 10 million are infected with hepatitis D. In addition, 2 million people are infected annually with hepatitis B or C virus only through injections or transfusions. .

Approximately 30 products are included in the Secom® campaign, which offer liver protection, support and contribute to the improvement of liver structure and functions or help with liver detoxification, herbal extracts, innovative and patented ingredients, at optimal concentrations.

The campaign is valid in Secom® stores, during the period 27.07.2015 - 01.08.2105, within the limit of available stock. The 10% discount applies to all products in the "Liver and gall bladder" range and does not cumulate with other active special offers.

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