Low Risk of HCC After Spontaneous and NA-Induced HBsAg Seroclearance

November 8-12, 2019; Boston, Massachusetts
Large study from Hong Kong finds that the risk of developing HCC is equally low for patients with spontaneous HBsAg loss and NA-induced HBsAg clearance.
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Released: November 19, 2019

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