How is Hepatitis B Spread?


Hepatitis B is a member of a group of viruses A through E caused by blood contacts or transfusions. Hepatitis B untreated will lead to Hepatitis C and possibly liver failure or liver cancer. For more information see here:
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Hepatitis B is inflammation (irritation and swelling) of the liver due to the hepatitis B virus.
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1. Consider a post-exposure antibody injection. This treatment is most effective within three days of exposure. 2. Get ample rest. 3. Eat a diet high in proteins and carbohydrates
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