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permanent ban because of hepatitis b

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Hi everyone, i am a new user in this and i would like to join the forum page. I have read from gulfnews ,khaleejtimes and the national that the department of health in dubai had amended their rules for medical and that hepatitis b and c will not be included on the requirement would this mean that those ex expat deported can now go back to Dubai and work?what about those people being deported of hep. b and was put with permanent ban becuase of hep. b. is there a possibility that they can re-enter again Dubai please let me know becuase i have asuch a close friend who was deported becuase she has a hep.b.... hope to hear from you guys.

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  • hi

    posted by Deleted user in Dubai forum 

    Hi Aldrin, was reading your post. quite interesting since my sister will be renewing her visa soon and would like to know if the new rule which you have mentioned is being implemented now. Are you able to pass the test and renew your visa? I hope so..would be glad if you could shed some lights on this if you dont mind. Thanks..

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    how to purchase

    posted by  cheng manrique in Dubai forum 

    Dear Ms. Pia,

    Please tell me info regarding on how to purchase your product. I am presently residing in dubai.

    Thanks and hoping to hear from you as soon as possile.

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    hepa

    posted by  pia piano in Dubai forum 

    clinical diagnosis : hepatitis b highly infectious
    R.G. 23 years old single male newly eager to seek employment, oldest of 4 siblings. However on medical examinations, he is found out that he is HEPATITIS B surface Antigen positive Hence, he is not recommended to be fit to work.

    HEPATITIS PROFILE WAS REQUEST TO CONFIRM THE INFECTIOUSNESS OF THE VIRUS
    Result:
    HbsAg- Reactive
    Anti-HbsAg- non Reactive
    HBeAg- Reactive( this positive shows that he is highly infectious
    Anti-HCV- non reactive SGPT, SGOt- elevated
    Physical examination : icteresia both eyes, palpable liver edge

    DIAGNOSIS: HEPATITIS B, HIGHLY INFECTIOUS

    Plan of Management:
    June 2009
    interferon -2b, 5 MIU( Million International Unit)/vial
    subcutaneous injection for 48 weeks 3 vials/ week

    Transfer Factor 2 capsule 3x a day

    June 20 ,2009: after 3 weeks of the said treatment, repeat physical exam.
    liver edge is no longer palpable
    liver enzymes: slightly elevated HbeAg: NON- REACTIVE

    IN 3 WEEKS A HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS HEPATITIS B WAS REVERTED TO NON - INFECTIOUS STATE WHICH IS UNUSUAL..

    AUGUST 8, 2009
    IN JUST 8 WEEKS PATIENT HAS FULLY RECOVERED with SEROCONVERSION ( REACTIVE ANTI-HBs) this is a breakthough.
    A FIRST IN THE PHILIPPINES BECAUSE ACCORDING TO THE AMERICAN GUIDELINES THERE IN NO CURE FOR HEPA-B
    ( TRANSFER FACTOR IS NOT A DRUG NOR A CURE , BUT WHAT HAPPENED HERE IS THAT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM WITH THE HELP OF TRANSFER FACTOR WAS ABLE TO BUILD A CELL- MEDIATED IMMUNITY CMI AGAINST HEPA-B.)

    MORE TESTIMONIES SINCE THEN ABOUT HEPA-B..

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    hi

    posted by  Kiyaara sha in Dubai forum 

    Hi Aldrin,

    pls share your result...is it confirmed they dont check HepB?? do let us know as it will bring faith to many...

    thanks

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    hi

    posted by  Kiyaara sha in Dubai forum 

    pls do post your result and taht will encourage and give clarity to all of us who ar going to apply for new visa...but were u ever banned?? mine is a fresh case and i have never applied earlier...will i get new residency visa under housewife category, am hepb carrier...pls do suggest and advice..

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    what happened?

    posted by  cheng manrique in Dubai forum 

    what happened with your results? please let us know...thank you

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    @cheng

    posted by  Aldrin Milla in Dubai forum 

    I just had a blood test for new visa application and they said only HIV will betested. I am not quite sure if they really implement the new rules for 6 categories. I wish that was true, I am going to take the result tom. If I pass the test for I am also a HB carrier this will be a good news for us..Was hoping and praying. BTW im here in Abu Dhabi.

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    only dubai

    posted by  cheng manrique in Dubai forum 

    i tried to call dubai health authority and inquire regarding the new rules and they said "yes", they are already implementing the rules but only in dubai. Can anybody provide me any number to call to so that I could inquire also if it's also implemented in sharjah. because my visa is in sharjah.

    thanks a lot..

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    help me too

    posted by  cheng manrique in Dubai forum 

    dear Ms. Pia,

    san ba pwedeng bumili ng AIM transfer factor? Positive din kase ako ng hepa B, at magrerenew ako ng visa ngayong november. sabi mo 2 months lng gumagaling na mga aplikante mo di ba? natatakot din kase ako madeport.sa palagay mo ba, kakayanin akong mapagaling bago mag-end of the year. konti lng naman yung level ko.2.68 ata yun..

    nandito ako sa dubai, pano ba ako makakabili nyan??

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    Hepa B

    posted by  Aldrin Milla in Dubai forum 

    For those who have doubt about Hepa B Ban please check this site:
    http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/government/uae-residents-e
    xempt-from-some-blood-tests-1.670443

    But I am not sure if they changed the rules.

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