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Hepatitis B virus is 50-100 times higher than HIV

If you are not vaccinated, the risk of hepatitis B infection is 50-100 times higher than HIV, mainly through blood sugar, sexual activity, risk of sharing personal items such as toothbrushes , razor with the sick.
On June 30, the Department of Preventive Medicine - Ministry of Health issues the most safe and effective advice to prevent the transmission of hepatitis B virus.
Ministry of Health said vaccination for hepatitis B vaccine for infants within the first 24 hours after birth is the golden time to prevent liver cancer.
Vaccination is the most effective way to prevent hepatitis B and liver cancer
The World Health Organization chose the 28th of July as "World Hepatitis Day", aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of hepatitis and the consequences of hepatitis, such as liver cancer, cirrhosis.
One of the key messages of "World Hepatitis Day 2015" is: Vaccination for children to prevent hepatitis.
Viral hepatitis is an infectious disease affecting hundreds of millions of people around the world, causing acute, chronic and fatal hepatitis of about 1.5 million people a year, mainly due to hepatitis B and C.
Vietnam is one of the countries in the western Pacific that has a high incidence of hepatitis, accounting for between 15% and 20% of the population. Many deaths from cirrhosis and liver cancer are associated with hepatitis B and C. Chronic hepatitis B and chronic hepatitis C are two common causes of cirrhosis and liver cancer in Asian countries. , including Vietnam.
"Hepatitis B infection is 50 to 100 times higher than HIV, mostly through blood, sex, risk of sharing personal items such as toothbrushes, razors and patients." , Department of Preventive Medicine - Ministry of Health said.
According to the Preventive Medicine Department of the Ministry of Health, the most common form of hepatitis B infection is infection during childbirth: babies are at risk for infection at birth from 10% to 90% if their mother is infected with hepatitis. B. Especially in the case of HBsAg + and HBeAg +, 90% of infants will be infected with hepatitis B virus.
According to statistics, 90% of children infected with hepatitis B virus after childbirth or in their early years are at risk of developing chronic hepatitis B virus infection and long-term consequences of cirrhosis and liver cancer.
In Vietnam, between 10% and 12% of pregnant women are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed that hepatitis B can be effectively controlled through vaccination.
WHO recommends that infants be given the first dose of hepatitis B vaccine as soon as possible after birth (within the first 24 hours). Get vaccinated the sooner the better.
"With a 24-hour injection it is possible to prevent 85-90% of cases of mother-to-child transmission. Prevention will be reduced gradually from 50 to 57 per day and will not be achieved after 7 days, "the World Health Organization said.

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