VIDEO: Patients in HBV viral ‘gray zone’ may benefit from treatment

SAN ANTONIO — In this exclusive video from the National Liver Conference 2019, Robert S. Brown, MD, from the Weill Cornell Medical Center, examines “who to treat” among patients with hepatitis B based on a panel discussion from the meeting.Brown explained that this includes patients in the so-called “gray zone” who have either an HBV DNA viral load just above 2,000 but normal alanine aminotransferase levels or abnormal ALT with a viral load below 2,000.“These have been perplexing patients in my practice,” he said. “We know they’re at riskRead More

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