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Marshallese

Ruwainene tok nan Kajin Majol Jebta eo ikijen Ejaak in Webjait eo kin Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B ej kwalok ke ej juon kij ejab jedmatmat, im elon armej rejab jela ke reboke. Webjait in eped melele ko kin waween boprae, kakolkol lale im keplaak hepatitis B. Kemij rejan iok nan kajeded melele kein ipen ro jeram, baamle im ro jet ilo jukjuk in bed eo am. Jet kein waween raorok nan kememej ikijen hepatitis B:

  • Hepatitis B ejab itok jen bodan – ej walok jen juon kij. 
  • Ewor juon wa eo etiljok eo enaj kejbarok iok jen hepatitis B nan indeo. 
  • Ewor juon kakolkol nan bok botoktok eo emlak nan kakilen naninmej in hepatitis B. 
  • Ewor jekjek ko nan komadmod.

Hepatitis B ej juon Naninmej eo Ebedjake Aolepen Lal

Hepatitis B emaron jelet jabrewot armej jabrewot iio ak rilal, ijoke armej ro jen kajojo jikin ko hepatitis B eka an walok, einwot Ejia, motan ko ilo Abrika im Turok in Amedka, Turear in Iorob, im Iolab Rear, rej ijoko elab an kawotata ilo aer bok naninmej in. Hepatitis B ej bar lab an walok ipen ri Amedka ro rekar lotak (ak ro jineer jemeer rekar lotak) ilo jikin kein.

Ewor jubwiki in milion jonan armej ilo lalin ro ewor aer hepatitis B. Elon armej rejab lukin jela ke reboke, im ejelok kein kakolkol ko – ijoke ewor waween ko raorok koj aikwij in jela. Bok kakolkol ko kin hepatitis B emaron kejbarok mour eo am. Elane kojela bwe ewor am hepatitis B, komaron koman kelet ko nan ejmour eo am bwe deka in jibuke eo am en ejmourur im komaron lolok juon takto eo enaj jipan iok jela kilen kejbarok im boprae jen an joreen aj eo.

Hepatitis B Foundation ej juon doulul ilo kien jaab nan worlok nan wot bukot juon jekjek eo najnkemour im lonaj lonlok mour an ro hepatitis B ejelet er ipelaak in lal iloan ekatak ko, jelelokijen im naan in kokjoor nan rinaninmej.

Riketak: Melele ko reped ilo wepjait in rej nan un ko katakin wot. Hepatitis B Foundation eo ejab juon doulul nan takto. Jouj im kenono ipen takto eo am ak juon eo etijemlok ilo lelok ejmour nan jipan kejbarok im kokabiloklok.

Welcome to the Marshallese Chapter of the Hepatitis B Foundation Website

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.