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Many people who are infected with hepatitis B can effectively fight off the virus with rest rather than medical treatment. However, complications can arise if the infection becomes chronic. Such complications can include cirrhosis, liver cancer, liver failure, blood vessel inflammation and kidney problems. It is also possible for a person who has a chronic hepatitis B infection to become infected with hepatitis D, which can only occur if you are already infected with hepatitis B.

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