About Me: Male, 47, metro manila, Philippines, member since Nov 2007
i'm a seafarer in short i'm working in a passanger ship but now i stopped because i failed to medical exam because i'm a hepa B positive. working in a ship is my life but how can i pursue with my problem no
"i'm a seafarer and my life is in working in the ship but im hepa b positive.. i'm thinking of my childrens future. pls help me how to cure my desease. i want to work in the ship again to build my childrens future but how i failed to my m..."
ahm hi joel...where the same about hep b...im also looking for a treatment...you're like my father who is also a nautical grad.but not able to continue servicing in ship cargos due to his medical coz he failed,he is a hep b positve...what's the latest of finding a treatment? do you find anything? from now on what your doing to help your liver? i mean what you do everyday to slowdown the virus? call me john we can also talk or text thru my cellphone number...09105258628.
im counting on you...god bless us!
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