|Hepatitis B Version 4.1|
| The following documents related to hepatitis B have been
elaborated for informative purpose only. They have been written by
Stuart Millinship. This report has not been
written by the Health On the Net Foundation's team and the Foundation is
not responsible for the content of the Hepatitis B report.
This is intended as a resource for those who wish to find out more about hepatitis B and aims to strike a middle ground between the basic information available to the general public and the highly technical information in medical journals and to collate current information about the disease.
I apologise for the length of this foreword, if your new to this document please read the disclaimer and then dive in to the main text but come back and read this again. If you've read the document before please read the following sections and let me have your input and comments.
Where to get this document
The source version of this document is in Microsoft Word 97 It is available on request via e-mail to: HepB@dial.pipex.com.
Older versions or draft versions of this document can be obtained on request from HepB@dial.pipex.com
Corrections & Feedback
I have tried to be as accurate as I can but if you see any mistakes, have new information, can expand on any of the topics here, have a clearer explanation of any terms used or any other suggestions please contact me via e-mailand I'll try to include them.
I would also be grateful for some feedback (good or bad). Especially on how this document should evolve and would be grateful if you could read the next section and let me have your opinions.
The first version of this document was produced for my own use to collate information I had collected about hepatitis B and was basically a "cut and paste" job with some of my own words to string it together. I then decided to post it to the listserv HEPV-L as I hoped others would find the information useful. This had a positive response and it has grown into its present form(s). The document has taken over two years to reach its present state with all work and research being done in my own spare time and at my own expense. It's main aim being to provide a useful reference source for information about hepatitis B and to provide patients with answers to many of their questions.
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