I wish you can furnish me with the answer for the
following question as soon as posible as i am curious
to find these answers . My question is
1. So far, is there any medicine for Hepatitis B
either to kill the virus or just protect the liver ??
2. If we do have the medicine in the market. How about
the percentage to overcome it ??
3. How about the cost for these medicine and
4. Is there anythings we can do if we already have the
virus ?? Usually, how long the patient will survive ??
5. I heard about a type of pil ,which just can protect
the liver. It is read in colour and patient has to take two per day. I am wondering is it the pil ( all of the medicine to protect liver )good for our body ?? Does it causes any
others effects ??
6. What type of foods can cause this disease become
worse and better as well ??
Last but not least, thank you for your kindness for
these answer. Thank you.
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