Routine travelers understand the importance of obtaining an injection of immune globulin for hepatitis A when traveling abroad. Blood screening for transfusions have significantly reduced the risk of the serum hepatitis, B and D. All types of hepatitis, with increased programs for drug use, sex-related hepatitis, and inoculation awareness, are declining. In fact, in most cases, once treated those who do recover fully are immune to both B and D hepatitis.
Hepatitis C, a chronic condition marking the gradual decline of the liver tissue, is one of the most common abroad treatments. Chronic hepatitis option treatments abroad include interferon, or even homeopathic alternative treatments. These treatments also include hepatitis E, F and G. It is estimated that over eleven-billion dollars is spent every year on complementary and alternative medicines abroad.