About Me: Male, 38, NYC, NY, member since Jan 2007
I would consider myself a typical Asian New Yorker. I was probably infected with HBV at a very young age but only diagnosed in 2005, totally by accident. Initial HBV DNA was about 3.5 million copies. I am on combo- antivirals because I think I am in the immuno-cleara
[More]nce stage. I am tolerating the antivirals well and reached UND DNA (hoping it stays that way). I have been learning and trying to do my part to develop an online support community on this forum. So my HepB related interests are research, treatment, and community support.
by the way check our alinia group, one girl could reach keefe from romark and we are collecting all data of the group for him to check, there are very interesting results on first weeks on antigens lowering and one guy seroconverted hbeab in a couple of weeks.
most are chinese/asians so very difficult to see results on these, me my sister and soon some others caucasians on low hbsag and hbeab so very easy to see results
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