Reply to: “Antiviral therapy in hepatitis B virus-infected immunotolerant children, exploring a new land”
Pan Zhao
Pan Zhao
Corresponding author. Address: Clinical Trial Center, Liver Failure Therapy and Research Center, Beijing 302 Hospital, No.100 of West Fourth Ring Middle Road, Beijing 100039, China. Tel.: +86 10 66933464; fax: +86 10 66933020.
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