For Hepatitis B and Liver Cancer Patients (Copyright © Asian Liver Center at Stanford University)
Publication Year: 2011
This fact sheet explains why Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Native Hawaiians need to be aware of hepatitis B. It discusses the high incidence of hepatitis B among these populations, how hepatitis is transmitted, why it often goes undiagnosed, and how it is treated. It encourages Asians to get tested and vaccinated, and to seek help to prevent liver damage from hepatitis B.
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