Hepatitis B - what is?
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Hepatitis B - what is?

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Summary: Hepatitis B is a virus that causes the liver to become inflamed and is a lifelong disease. It can be passed to others through blood and body fluid contact or during pregnancy from mother to child. We run clinics at Box Hill and Maroondah Hospitals to help treat this virus.
Organisation: Eastern Health
Last reviewed: October 2016
Target audience: General

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