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What can be done to cure my brother who is testing positive for hepatitis b after 6 months of treatment with his DNA report claiming 53,000 virus ?

Respected sir, My brother is in army & he is been +ve in hepatatis b before 8 months.He countinue his treatment for 6 months with Lamivir,Adfovir,Polybion czs & Livfit.But after complition of this treatment he remains +ve . Before a month he has given DNA test & in report it state that their are 53,000 virus. & the army DRs says that their is nothing to worry in his futur life. So i need your suggession.... Kindly post your suggession on Thanku....
Asked On : Tue, 1 Feb 2011
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Thanks for the query
I dot understand why he has stopped taking these medications. In our set up we continue treatment until it becomes negative. I suggest u take another opinion, sero neg cannot be predicted
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Answered: Wed, 17 Aug 2011
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Gastroenterologist Dr. Adarsh C K's  Response
Thanks for the query, Hepatitis B require long term treatment. There are much better medications advailble than lamivudine/ adefovir which one can use. Kindly consult a gastroenterolgist nearby.
Answered: Fri, 10 Feb 2012
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