15 percent of Asians surviving in New York City are chronically infected with hepatitis B virus Around 15 percent of Asians surviving in NEW YORK are chronically infected with hepatitis B virus, according to a new study by NY University School of Medicine researchers and their colleagues. Persistent hepatitis B infection usually will result in liver inflammation and will progress to liver and cirrhosis cancer. The reported infection price is 35 times greater than the price in the general U order here .S.
The evaluation that is being presented is based on most of these different studies now. Uncertainty in the figures Below are a few of the conclusions in the evaluation: Breast cancer deaths have been reduced in Norway by roughly 20 to 30 percent as a result of the screening programme. The screening results in overdiagnosis of 15-20 per cent. For every 27 women who avoid dying of breasts cancer, 142 women unnecessarily are overdiagnosed and treated. There are a lot of uncertainties in these figures, because the studies that the evaluation viewed are all very different, and because factors such as the use of mammograms at private clinics and hormone treatment during menopause are items that most studies have not been able to consider.