Living well with chronic hepatitis B
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Living well with chronic hepatitis B

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Title: PDF logo Living well with chronic hepatitis B (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: The booklet provides culturally appropriate consumer information about chronic hepatitis B (CHB) for people diagnosed with this chronic condition, which predisposes them to developing liver cancer. It offers plain language information, complemented by pictograms to explain what chronic hepatitis B (CHB) is, what is cirrhosis, their link to liver cancer, what to expect at a medical check-up, who needs medications to treat their disease, tips for staying healthy and what people with CHB can do to protect their close contacts. It includes an appointment card to help patients keep track of their medical appointments.
Organisation: Cancer Council NSW
Publishing date: July 2016
Last reviewed: February 2018
Target audience: General

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