Wednesday, 03 July 2019 11:24

Assigning the Hep C Butterfly Symbol to the Public Domain

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The red ribbon used for HIV awareness has been a potent tool destigmatizing that disease. Several years ago conversations with Greg Jefferys about the Butterfly Effect and treatment advocates like Hazel Heal from New Zealand, Isabelle Andrieux-Meyer from Médecins Sans Frontières and Dr Sherine Helmy from Pharco/DNDi combined with the happy coincidence of Dr James Freeman meeting the Native American artist and cartoonist Marty2Bulls. James, via FixHepC, commissioned Marty to give some thought to creating a symbol that captured the butterfly effect and the transformative nature of Hep C treatment.

The result of this happy series of serendipitous ideas, meetings and events was the Butterfly Symbol.

To the extent possible under law, FixHepC, Dr James Freeman and Marty2Bulls have waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Hep C Butterfly Symbol.

The Hep C butterfly symbol is © FixHepC, and is distributed under a CC0 Public Domain licence to be freely download and used.

This licence is commonly known as "No rights reserved".

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