A person for a from a forum that I watch has a natural clerance of HBsAg. he eplain that until some time ago HbsAg was present (he made tests 2 per year) and at one point he found out the HBsAg was negative, he will repeat the test next month.
wow...that is really good news. So was he on treatment? As this disease is very related to life style I think this is a good opportunity to ask him what have he been doing between the times when he was testing HBsAg postive...like the foods that he eats and drinks etc....and the things that helped him to eradicate the virus completely from his body naturally.
4est, please ask him more if he is still active in the forum.
I really wanna hear more good news like this. It boosts my hope.
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