"Someone dies from Hepatitis every 30 seconds no one is talking about it," says Hepatitis C Survivor Pam Langford.
HEALS of the South, a Hepatitis Education and Liver Support Group made big efforts Sunday to raise awareness for the blood-born disease.
HEALS says that Hepatitis C is a silent killer, and more people in the world need to know about it.
Sunday, they gathered 37 Tallahassee residents at Lake Ella to take part in acting out the See No Evil, Hear No Evil, and Speak No Evil campaign in efforts to not only raise awareness and funding but also to try to break a Guinness Book of World Record.
HEALS of the South urges Baby Boomers ages 46 to 64-years-old to get tested for Hepatitis C.
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