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Danny Chu, M.D.Speak to your doctor about getting checked for hepatitis B virus (HBV). If you're negative, get vaccinated. If you're positive, monitor it with your doctor.
Christopher Bui, M.D.With CHB, even if you feel healthy, you should still see a doctor on a routine basis.
Son Do, M.D.People called 'carriers' can still get liver disease from chronic hepatitis B.
Tse-Ling Fong, M.D.Visit your doctor regularly to monitor your condition.
Sing Chan, M.D.A chronic hepatitis B patient may not look or feel sick, but can still spread the virus.
Myron Tong, M.D.Help loved ones with chronic hepatitis B by making sure they see a doctor regularly.
Ho Bae, M.D.There is no reason to give up or fear the hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. There are ways to manage it.
Meet expert physicians who care for the chronic hepatitis B community:

It's your liver. Take charge now.

It's your liver. Take charge now.

Kum"Looking into the future, I'm not afraid." (In Mandarin and subtitled in English)
Philip"If you have hepatitis B, don't wait. Visit a doctor." (In Vietnamese and subtitled in English)
Sabrina"You should try to understand chronic hepatitis B." (In Korean and subtitled in English)
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