you also better check genotype and precore/bcp because:
if these are present hcc risk is very very high and hbvdna must be kept undetactable to lower the risk of liver cancer.
the highest risk is with genotype B and C and precore/bcp 1762T-1764A-1899 -1896, all of use hbeag negative carry one of these mutants which canbe present also as hbeag positive, actually this is the most common form of hbv worldwide today and the wildtype form has become uncommon
be aware that no treatment activate hbeag tatus and that if it activates it is better for you because it means most of your virus is not mutated to the most aggressive and tumogenic form.
you can get hbeag positive only if you dont treat hbv and only if you have no mutants.since hbeag negative is due to the mutants you ll never get it back, the mutants dont ake hbeag which is not needed to the virus
Too risky because it can activate your immune response
this is just your opinion, totally unsupported and not risky at all unless you are dying of uncompensated cirrhosis
the only risky method and still on study is tenofovir and then stop it to make it a alt flare that clears hbv.tdf+interferon is not risky at all on the contrary interferon monotherapy is much more risky which is the oldest hbv treatment
. I will not activate my HBEAG negative status
hbeag means nothing, it is a very very old view and it has no meaning today except that hbeag positive is much better than hbeag negative and hbeag negative is a worsening of the disease.no therapy activate hbeag
I'll stay a healthy negative hbeag carrier for now
check crefully the community, hbeag being healthy is a decade ago view totally wrong before we had any test to study hbv status.hbeag negative is the worst condition of hbv with presence of precore and bcp mutants that lead to liver cancer and cirrhosis while hbeag does not lead to the worsening of liver damage.
the test to know hbv status are: fibroscan, hbsag quant in iu/ml and hbvdna in iu/ml, all the rest is useless old stuff
in hbeag negative you have lower hbsag, lower hbvdna and much more liver damage.while hbeag positive has higher hbsag and hbvdna which is not correlated to liver damage
interferon does not cause heavy sides effect on hbv, and only 10% experince sides.it cannot be used on trasplant patients absolutely and is not used for liver cancer.
please do not post things you just heard around if you have not full knowledge
Not all people can be cure by this method. Too risky because it can activate your immune response and this method is just a novel approach. I will not activate my HBEAG negative status to positive without a 100% success its to risky at this moment. I'll stay a healthy negative hbeag carrier for now. Interferon specially the pegalated one, can cause you serious side effects that medical personnel use this only to cancer patients and those who need transplantations.
if you check the community hbv is now curable by sequential treatment with tenofovir and then peginterferon add on, just be sure to check liver damage by fibroscan every 6-12 months if you are not on treatment
actually hbv has been found to trigger liver cancer, leukemia, arterosclerosis, dont know about other cancers
keep in mind that the nagalase test can show presence of cancer much before you can see any cancer by all other tools, but if he also has hbv this test cant be used because both hbv and cancer cells make nagalase.the test is a research level test available only at europeanlaboratory.nl with branch in US and netherlands
hi, sorry i wasn't able to answer right away and its been almost a year. it was hard accepting this problem so actually, i just tried to ignore it. he had cancer in his larynx. it was going to stage 3 cancer and his doctor had an operation thank god that we haven't seen any signs of cancer again. my brother was diagnosed of hbv last 2010 and he was always in our home with us. i was thinking is it possible that he got it from my brother. i have no idea how he got it.?
what type of cancer?
check our posts about gcmaf and nagalase since this is active on all cancers and possibly hbv too
he had a very low immune system and was exposed to the virus.
actually we have just noticed that hbv raises nagalaselevels just like cancers, abnormal nagalase makes immune suppression like aids so they key to both cancers and hbv is probably nagalase.i suggest you contact redlabs.com or europeanlaboratory.nl to send blood samples and check nagalase, this is a research level test so you will find it available to patients only thru these labs
as regards hbv it increases risk of liver cancer and leukemia so hbvdna must be absolutely undetactable to prevent cancer.the risk can be only lowered by hbvdna und probably because nagalase remains until the virus is present, so treat with tenofovir or entecavir and at the same time make nagalase test if abnormal start gcmaf treatment together with the antiviral
once nagalase gets to normal you can achieve immunity to previous cancers so they will never show up again, check all the human trials on gcmaf.eu and bgli.nl to understand everything about gcmaf
keep also an eye on availability of probiotic gcmaf since it looks much more potent and uses the natural pathway of gcmaf
trails in US and europe should be started after september, the researcher on this is professor marco ruggiero (marcoruggiero.org)