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Chinese Are Called to Fight Hepatitis B

World Journal, news report, Posted: Jan 25, 2009



NEW YORK With the Chinese New Year just around the corner, public
health expert David Ho called on the Chinese community to resolve to help fight hepatitis B, reports the World Journal. Ho said the probability of a Chinese contractng the disease is 100 times higher than other Americans. One in every 10 Chinese American has hepatitis B, and a lot of them dont know they have it. Ho called on the Chinese community to get proper treatment.



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