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Old 11-28-2011, 01:29 PM
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Cool Few Hepatitis B facts

Here I will mention some hepatitis B facts:
Fact: 99% of acute Hepatitis B sufferers recover fully and only 1% may develop serious complications and may not survive.
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The most important problem with hepatitis B infection is risk of development of liver cancer, known as hepatocellular carcinoma, common in South East Asian countries, such as Malaysia.
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Hepatitis D infection requires presence of hepatitis B in that person. That means a person can not get hepatitis D infection unless he/she also have hepatitis B infection.
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Hepatitis B is one of the commonest STDs (sexually transmitted diseases). The infectivity of hepatitis B is 100 times more than HIV/AIDS.
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