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福建人患肝癌人数多 孟昭文普及防癌知识(图)


  • 乙型肝炎并不是遗传性的,而是由病毒引起的。 

  • 已有可以保护您终身远离乙型肝炎的安全疫苗。 

  • 仅需简单的验血即可诊断乙型肝炎。 

  • 有若干种治疗方案可供选择。




乙型肝炎基金会 (Hepatitis B Foundation) 是一个全国性的非营利性组织,致力于通过研究、教育和患者倡导,为全世界所有受乙型肝炎影响的人士找寻治愈方法,帮助他们改善生活质量。


Welcome to the Chinese Chapter of the Hepatitis B Foundation Website

Click here for a recent story from China Press. (May 2018)

Hepatitis B is known as a silent disease, and most people don’t even know they are infected. This website contains information about preventing, diagnosing and managing hepatitis B. We encourage you to share this information with your friends, family and others in your community. Here are some important things to remember about hepatitis B:

  • Hepatitis B is not inherited - it is caused by a virus. 

  • There is a safe vaccine which will protect you from hepatitis B for life. 

  • There is a simple blood test to diagnose hepatitis B. 

  • There are treatment options.

Hepatitis B is a Global Disease
Hepatitis B can infect any person of any age or ethnicity, but people from parts of the world where hepatitis B is common, such as Asia, parts of Africa and South America, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East, are at much higher risk for getting infected. Hepatitis B is also common among Americans who were born (or whose parents were born) in these regions.

There are hundreds of millions of people worldwide who have hepatitis B. Most people don’t even know they are infected, and don’t have symptoms – but there are many important things you should know. Getting tested for hepatitis B can save your life. If you know you have hepatitis B, you can make lifestyle choices to keep your liver healthy and you can see a doctor to help manage the virus and prevent liver damage.

The Hepatitis B Foundation is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to finding a cure and helping to improve the quality of life for all those affected by hepatitis B worldwide through research, education and patient advocacy.

Disclaimer: The information that is provided on this website is for educational purposes only. The Hepatitis B Foundation is not a medical organization. Please talk to your doctor or a qualified health care provider for personal medical care and advice.