By the way, I am a healthy chronic Hep-B carrier.
I'm very wary of the term "healthy carrier". Many people take this to mean that they don't have active disease but in fact, if you have chronic Hep B then you have active disease even if at very low levels. You must monitor you bloodwork at a minimum of twice a year to watch for any increase in activity. Okay, now that that's done.
To the best of my knowledge there are doctors with Hep B. Have you done a google search on this?
Zellyf, really apprecitate your comments. I do understand a so-called "healthy carrier" is not perfectly healthy. I have my blood tested 3-4 times a year, and my doctor told me that I am even healthier than most "healthy people".
I have done a lot of research on google, but could not find any valuable info.
UNDERGRADUATE PROSPRETUS FOR ENRTY IN 2008
UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW;
Confirmation of a student's Hepatitis B Surface Antigen status is identified by the University Health Service’s screening programme, prior to registration in September. No student will be admitted without having this blood test. Identification of Hepatitis B in a potential student will not preclude registration to undergraduate Medicine or Nursing. However, carriers of Hepatitis B may be precluded from registration to Dentistry because of the nature of the clinical procedures undertaken during training.
I really don't know how things are done in the United States but, i remember reading a post here in the hep forum (I think the old hep b forum) a guy seeking hep b information. He stated his wife is a nurse and has had hep b for 35 years or so.
So there is a possibility you could go to the nursing school and become an RN.
Most answers to the same question in another hep b Q&A site states that students are require to test for hep b but, you can sign a waiver and proceed to study.
You would want to visit this web site for some info.
I wasn't coming up with anything. Good to have you here.