Acute cases of hepatitis B often resolve on their own, but individuals with chronic hepatitis B may require treatments with antiviral medications and interferon injections to slow down the virus and prevent its spread, e... More »

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While an acute hepatitis B infection is of short duration and does not usually require treatment, doctors treat a chronic hepatitis B infection with antiviral medications or the drug Interferon alfa-2b. In extreme cases,... More »

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Hepatitis B or C treatment requires testing and medications, which only a licensed medical doctor can provide. The sooner treatment begins, the better the outcome, according to WebMD. More »

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Hepatitis B or C treatment requires testing and medications, which only a licensed medical doctor can provide. The sooner treatment begins, the better the outcome, according to WebMD. More »

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Hepatitis B is a liver condition caused by the hepatitis B virus, while hepatitis C occurs when hepatitis C virus attacks the liver, causing inflammation, says Mayo Clinic. Hepatitis C spread through coming into contact ... More »

As of 2015, there is no cure for hepatitis B, but in many cases the infection disappears after a few months, and sometimes patients with chronic cases completely recover, states WebMD. A vaccine prevents the disease, whi... More »

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Hepatitis B transmission occurs when infected body fluids such as blood and semen enter the bloodstreams of noninfected individuals, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The virus can be spread during unprotecte... More »

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