Hepatitis B is a liver infection by the hepatitis B virus. It can be severe and self-resolving or chronic, thus causing liver cancer and cirrhosis. HBV is a disease for a short period of time that does not cause permanent damage in most adults. However, 2 to 6 percent of adults infected with it will develop a chronic infection that may cause liver cancer. Nearly, 90 percent of infants with this virus will suffer from a chronic infection.
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Doctors usually diagnose hepatitis B by performing blood tests. The screening for hepatitis B may be recommended for the individuals who:
The hepatitis B vaccine is the best way to prevent the infection. These groups should receive the hepatitis B vaccine:
In other words, everyone should receive a hepatitis B vaccine as it is safe and inexpensive.