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Decision Making in HBV 2015

Co-infection; Hepatitis B |
Decision Making Tool |
Nurses; GPs |
Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Peoples; CALD; MSM; People Living With BBV |
ACT; NSW; NT |

It provides an overview of the natural history of chronic hepatitis B and can be used when making decisions about hepatitis B management and treatment.

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