"success" stories are to e told by people that had an acute infection and cleared it within first 6 months of their infection.
after that if you still have it then you are chronic and one you are chronic you are most likely to carry it for it life.
there is a 0.05% to a max of 2% chance that people "spontaneously" recover from it on their own.. with or withouttreatment.. their bodies kind of figure the virus out an start developing antibodies for it.. this is called " resolved hbv" ...
science doesnt know why some people recover and some dont.
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