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Clinical Trial Offers Only Treatment Option for Girl with Hepatitis B
May 21, 2015
A clinical trial was the only hope for Esmee, a little girl adopted from China. Read below about her story and the innovative research being done at Seattle Children’s Hospital and Research Institute to help those who would otherwise have no treatment option for chronic hepatitis B (HBV). Renee Jones always wanted a little girl, […]
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