B Sure, B Tested, B Hep B Free: Hepatitis B Low Cost Vaccinations & Screenings at AACI
January 26, 2011
Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI) and Asian Liver Center at Stanford University are providing low cost vaccinations and screenings on select Saturdays of each month between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm at:
Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)
2400 Moorpark Avenue, Suite 111 (1st floor)
San Jose, CA 95128
- April 9
- May 14
- June 11
- July 9
- August 13
- September 10
- October 8
- November 12
- December 10
|Screenings and Vaccinations||Santa Clara County
Hep B Free Cost
|Hepatitis B Screening + 3 Hepatitis B shots||$30|
|Hepatitis B Screening + 3 Hepatitis A & B shots||$50|
No appointment necessary and payment is accepted by cash only. For more information about the screenings and vaccinations, please contact the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University at 1-888-311-3331.
About Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis B (HBV) is a serious infection of the liver and the leading cause of liver cancer, killing one million people every year due to the silent-killer infection and its complications. Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) account for over half of 1.3 million chronic hepatitis B cases and half of the deaths resulting from hepatitis B in the United States.
- Hepatitis B is often transmitted at birth and ten times more common than HIV. One in ten Asian and Pacific Islanders are chronically infected with hepatitis B and two out of three are unaware that they are infected because there are often no symptoms.