it depends on the phase of infection, most of hbsag carries have no hbvdna and no need for treatment
a healthy life with antioxidants from diets and supplements is the minimum to keep liver healthy, the trials of hepatitistechnologies products are proving that with a perfect antioxidants balance by your body or by supplements if your body doens t have it, makes no livr damage despite active hbv infection
so the best treatment might be antioxidant therapy cheking oxidation stress by tests available in the best labs
in europe: redlabs.com
in europe and US: http://www.europeanlaboratory.nl/
normal labs don thave these tests which are available usually at research level only.both posted labs accept blood samples for checking oxidation stress
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