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NIH Consensus Development Conference: Management of Hepatitis B
  NIH Consensus Development Conference: Management of Hepatitis B
October 20-22, 2008
NIH Natcher Conference Center | Bethesda, Maryland

Final Statement Available
Thank you for your interest in the NIH Consensus Development Conference: Management of Hepatitis B, October 20-22, 2008. The NIH brought together an independent panel to examine the evidence on the management of Hepatitis B and identify future research needs. The panel's statement is based on a systematic literature review, expert presentations, and audience commentary.
How to Download the Final Statement
The final statement is now available, free of charge, on the NIH Consensus Development Program (CDP) Web page. Program materials and a Web cast of the conference can also be viewed on the CDP Web page.
Sign-up to receive the conference statement in final booklet form.
If you registered to attend this conference or already submitted a request to receive a printed final statement, you will automatically receive a print booklet in spring 2009.
About the Program
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Consensus Development Program (CDP) organizes major conferences focused on controversial issues in health and medicine. All conferences are free and open to the public. Each conference yields a state-of-the-science or consensus statement, intended to advance understanding of the issue in question, to be useful to health professionals and the public for informed decision making, and to shape future research. Conference participants will hear the latest research findings from recognized experts in the field and contribute to discussions that inform the assessment of the available evidence. The NIH Office of Medical Applications of Research (OMAR) has administered the program since its inception in 1977 and invites you to learn more by visiting http://consensus.nih.gov.
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