Hepatitis B is a viral disease affecting the liver. The virus is passed on by sexual contact and also by contact with blood. There is also a risk to drug addicts if they use dirty needles. Babies can also be infected by their mother at birth.
There is now an effective vaccine and in some countries all children are vaccinated as infants if their parents give permission.
We are in the process of translating the full content of this website to English.
Translated material will be published consecutively as soon as it is ready.
There are about 1300 questions with answers, as well as many articles that need to be translated.
We ask for your patience and understanding for this.