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WHO publishes a new guideline for hepatitis B

By: Tim Yayasan Peduli Hati Bangsa, 23 April 2024 WHO has released new Guidelines on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of chronic hepatitis B (HBV) infection at the Asia Pacific Conference for the Study of Liver Diseases (APASL) 2024 in Kyoto, Japan. Recommendations from these guidelines were also presented at the 2024 World Hepatitis Summit…

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Prodia Laboratory Special Discount

Yayasan Peduli Hati Bangsa collaborates with Prodia Laboratory to provide a 10% fee reduction for all examinations and special prices for certain examinations: Please contact our team via Instagram, Facebook or email for further information.

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Vaksinasi Hepatitis B di Panti Vincentius Putra

Celebrate every win, no matter how small. 50 is the number of vaccinated children. Perhaps the number 50 is considered very small compared to the number of children in Indonesia who require the Hepatitis B vaccine, but one day these children will have families and have Hepatitis B free descendants. So no effort is in…

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Dipa Healthcare Entecavir Donation

On October 25 2023, we received a donation of 480 bottles of Entecavir from Dipa Healthcare. We will donate most of it to the Agradece Clinic (Maumere, NTT) in November 2023. These Entacavir is not for sale and requires a doctor’s prescription. If anyone has difficulty accessing Hepatitis B antiviral medication in their area, please…

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Hepatitis C cure leads to gradual improvement of depression for people with HIV

Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) is relatively common among some subpopulations who are co-infected with HIV. HCV can be cured in more than 95% of people with the use of potent combinations of drugs such as the following: Chronic viral infections such as HCV and HIV can cause excess inflammation and activation of the immune…