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Hepatitis B Treatment Guideline

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hep b treatment

I have been HepB chronic carrier for 25 years, however the last 3 years I have had a viral dna load going up from 69,000 to 250,00 iu. I also had a biospy of my liver and it came back with 0-1 fibrosis, very minimal. So I have been told to avoid...
Barbara McGovern, M.D.

Response from Barbara McGovern, M.D.

Tufts University School of Medicine
...The hepatitis B treatment guidelines are not recommending treatment based solely on HBV DNA levels alone, particularly in patients with persistently normal liver Read more »

Hepatitis B Non-Reactive

Dr. Edwin DeJesus answered a question for another person and he said that non-reactive is good... Read more »

hiv-hepatitis b treatment

Hi, Barbara, thank you for your time. What treatment would you recommend for a person who is hiv... Read more »
The Body

Revised U.S. HIV Treatment Guidelines Include Minor Changes, Reassurance on Viral Load "Blips"

...tuberculosis treatment if a person's CD4 count is 500 or lower, and within eight weeks of tuberculosis treatment if it's above 500. Hepatitis B treatment guidelines refined. Each edition of the guidelines tends to provide more specific... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

U.S. Antiretroviral Therapy Guidelines recommended for all pregnant patients, and patients with HIV-associated nephropathy (a kidney disorder) or those who need treatment for hepatitis B. Treatment is considered optional for patients with CD4 counts over 500. Goals of... Read more »
The Well Project

HIV Treatment Guidelines

...also called OIs) You are a pregnant woman You have HIV-related kidney disease You need treatment for hepatitis B (HBV) HIV treatment is recommended to be started in anyone with a CD4 cell... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Hepatitis: Overview

...last a couple of weeks. Several drugs are approved as initial therapy for chronic hepatitis B. For more information, see the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control at . Fact Sheet 507 ... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous choice from column 2. Adapted with permission from Dept of Health and Human Services and the Henry J. Kaiser Foundation. Guidelines for the use of antiretroviral agents in HIV-infected adults and adolescents. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep... Read more »