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what is the different of hepa a and hepa b??

ano ba ung mas matagal gamutin ung hepa a or b?
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do we have a support group or organization that will teach/lead or enlighten us , or someone na pede tayo mag meet...para at least pano makabawas sa iniisip natin....

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PLS SUPPORT NATIN ANG "YELLOW WARRIORS PHILIPPINES". PRA SA ATIN LAHAT ANG LABAN NILA NGAYON...
MAGKAISA TAYO LAHAT PRA SA KARAPATAN NATIN...

    may matuklsan din ng gamot para sa sakit natin...ang importante ngyon matanggap tayo sa trabaho natin pra pagdating ng araw may pambili tayo sa bagong tuklas na gamot.

  GOD IS WITH US....
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alam mo tama ka jan, nung nalaman ko na meron na ako nun yung nurse na nagbigay ng result sakin, ang tingin nya sakin parang nandidiri.. bakit kasalanan ko ba magkaroon ako ng ganito.. sana magkaroon na ng lunas itong karamdaman natin.. lam ko hindi sila pababayaan ni lord.. lets just keep praying..
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  wag kayo manghina at mawalan ng pag asa...anu nman kng may hepa tayo hndi nman tayo magnanakaw at hndi nman tayo mga kriminal...lalong hndi mkatarungan para hndi tayo matanggap sa trabaho. mahirap kasi sa bansa natin hndi nagtutulungan at hndi nila tayo naintindihan.
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ipagp-pray ko ng bongga yan kay LORD.. hindi ako nawawalan ng pagasa dahil alam ko tutulungan nya tayo.. basta maniwala lang tayo sa kanya.. salamat judas.. kahit papanu narelive ako sa nabasa ko, akala ko kasi wala ng gumagawa ng lunas para dun...
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meron gamot para sa hepa b .. serch nyo hantalikod ..
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mayrun na nga dini developed na lunas para dito ...khit papano mkkatulong sa atin yan...

kahit sabihin natin na mayrun tayong HEPA kng hindi nman tayo nkakahawa sa iba at sabihin na natin na zero percent na hindi mauwi sa liver cirrhosis at matanggap na tayo for abroad di malaking bagay na yun.......D BA?

SANA MAGTAGUMPAY ANG TEAM NA YUN.....PRAY NATIN SILA....
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wow nakakawalan naman ng pag asa yan,,,
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mag pamember kayo ng "HepaBCarrierPhil"...type nyo lng yan sa google at makikita nyo kaagad yan. nandun lahat ng katanungan nyo....
pra sayo LJ....hndi ka masagot nyan sa mga expert kung hndi kompleto ang result mo. mag pa hepa profile ka rin...

basahin nyo ito .......impormasyon ito galing sa "HepaBCarrierPhil"

Home > Breaking News > Singapore > Story

March 19, 2009
Possible cure for Hepatitis B
By Amresh Gunasingham



Twleve researchers from A*Star and NUS have developed antibodies which could cure chronic hepititis B. -- PHOTO: SPH
RESEARCHERS in Singapore are developing a treatment which could eventually lead to a cure for chronic hepatitis B (HBV), the leading cause of liver cancer in Singapore.
Present medication can control the virus but cannot cure the infection.
4% OF SINGAPORE POPULATION HAS HEPITITIS B
Chronic hepatitis B infection, which affects 4 per cent of the population in Singapore, can lead to long-term complications such as scarring and hardening of the liver - or cirrhosis - as well as liver failure and cancer.

The National Cancer Centre said that long-term hepatitis B accounts for 80 per cent of primary liver cancer cases in Singapore.
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Their research was highlighted this week in a two-day conference at the Biopolis, which attracted eminent scientists from Singapore and Britain.
Twelve researchers from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) and National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed antibodies which can enhance the delivery of drugs to cells in the body infected by the HBV virus.
'Current anti-viral treatment, while effective in curbing the replication of the virus, cannot eliminate the infection entirely,' said Professor Antonio Bertoletti, principal investigator at the Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences at A*Star, who is leading the research effort which started two years ago.
Patients have chronic hepatitis B because they are unable to make antibodies which can recognise and fight off the virus, the researchers concluded. To overcome this, they developed a compound which when injected into a patient, can 'reprogram' the immune system to recognise cells infected by the virus.
The compound uses virus-fighting T-cells from patients who have been cured of the virus. The injected antibodies can carry the drug into the infected cells. The method has been used in cancer therapy.
But a viable treatment remains at least 'two to three years' away as tests are still being conducted on animals.
Associate Professor Lim Seng Gee, Chief of Hepatology at National University Hospital, said the project could be a 'major breakthrough' as the role of the immune system in controlling the HBV virus is 'still not well understood'.
'There is no cure for hepatitis B, so the next stage of medical advancement will be to develop a treatment to remove the virus completely from the liver,' he said.

  abangan natin ang susunod na balita nito...
  
              GOD BLESS US.
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almost 5 yrs n nung nalaman ko na positive  ako for hb,, posible kay na nawala na ito nagyon hindi kopa kc natry magpatest ulit,,

may last oct. 23, 2006

test           result          PT. CT            Cut-off val
HBsag       reactive       2.860              0.504

paki explain naman poh kung may posible bang mawala yan kc alam ko since birth wala namn po ako,, hindi kopo alam ku bat nagkaroon ako hindi pa naman po ako nakikipag sex single parin ako until now mg 26 napo ako until now natatakot napo ako mag asawa dahil ayoko na may madamay pang iba ayoko makahawa,, reply nyo po ako plsssss...







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Hello Hopeless28. I have also ask same question with you and here is there comment.
Just wanted to share it with you.
Question:Hey!! is anyone here know the differenc e between hepatitis A , B , and C?
Among those viruses which is curable or something worst?

Answer:
complitely different viruses which has liver in common for replication, it is like comparing flu virus to hbv, nothing in common

hbv is most similar to hiv, herpes,cmv.....like hiv you can lower replication but eradication is not possible now, only 10-30% clear it by combos of antivirals and interferon
hbv gets cronic only when infection is at birth or as a baby, as an adult clears 98% times

hcv is similar to west nile virus, it doesn t integrate in human dna so once hivrna gets und you are free of the virus.with new antivirals and the ones on trial it gets to 100% curable, it even gets eradicated by interferon

hav doens t matter, it is less dangerous than flu, it clears 100%


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