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In this CHBV study population, the most common treatment-emergent adverse events (TEAEs) were gastrointestinal disorders.
Untreated, 15%-40% of people with cHBV will develop serious complications related to infection, including cirrhosis, liver failure and liver cancer.
"Before this project, there was no targeted screening in high-risk communities for cHBV in the North East, and as a result many infected individuals remained undiagnosed.
Developed by consultants from the Freeman Hospital's liver unit, the project aims to raise awareness of chronic Hepatitis B (cHBV) to high-risk communities, such as those born in China.
Untreated, 15-40% of people with cHBV will develop serious complications related to the infection, including cirrhosis, liver failure and liver cancer.
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