I am sorry I posted a reply to someone else's question instead of starting a new thread.
To start again:
Workmates dad is coming to US as dependent from Nepal.
He has HEP B and has had it for many years.
He will not be considered a dependent on our current insurance so will try to apply for medicaid.
I am currently on HEP C meds so a little brain fogged right now however would like to steer him in the right direction on what meds are out there, what test need to be done first to determine where he is. How long is treatment and what are the outcomes for folks treating HEP B. His dad is 63 years old so not that old and from what I hear he is in great shape physically.
Sorry, this is really random but anything you can advise would be greating appreciated.
Thank you so much and again sorry I posted on someone else thread.
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