Treatment, Recovery,and theVaccine

1. The Treatment (Click Here)
2. Recovery (Click Here)
3. The Vaccine (Click Here) 

1. The Treatment:

(Please note that much of this section is not easily comprehensible without some degree of biological knowledge.)

Side effects of Lymphoblastoid Alpha-Interferon Therapy:

2. Recovery:

3. The Vaccine:

Vaccination Categories:
1. Adults and Infants who are not infected (Click Here)
2. Adults who are just infected (Click Here)
3. Infants born by infected or carrier mothers  (Click Here)

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1. Adults who are not infected:

2. Adults who are just infected:

3. Infants born by infected or carrier mothers:

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Hepatitis B virus (HBV) Overview
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