Do all hepatitis b patients die of chirosis of the liver or cancer of the liver?

No. Most people do not develop these complications. In fact, these complications are extremely rare in people who are adequately evaluated and treated at an early stage. We see cirrhosis and liver cancer in people who are usually unaware that have hepatitis b until it is advanced and causes symptoms. This can take decades to occur and may never occur in most people.
No. Although the infection cannot be eradicated (yet!), the vast majority of hepatitis b patients who are treated do die and most do not have much progress in liver disease. You'll be checked for hepatitis c as a matter of course while you're under a liver specialist's care.
No. Only a portion of people infected with hepatitis b die from cirrhosis and liver cancer. Cirrhosis is a far more frequent option than cancer, but some manage to have a dormant hepatitis b virus in them that doesn't progress to cirrhosis for a long time or even never or they die from another cause before cirrhosis would take over. Liver cancer in hep. B patients is a much rarer complication.

Related Questions

What are the predisposing factors that can transform or activate the chronic hepatitis b virus to lead for cirrhosis, liver failure, hepato cancer.?

Not clearly known. It is quite unpredictable what leads the virus to do most of the damage to the liver. So best one can do is avoid any other hepato-toxins like alcohol use . Aslo eat healthy and avoid fatty liver which accompanies over eating and execessive weight. Eat healthy which is to consume low sugared foods with ample amounts of fruits and veggies with each meal. Read more...

How can I prevent developing liver cirrhosis among patients with chronic hepatitis b?

Unclear question. Do you have chronic hepatitis b? If not, do you work with patients with hep b? If you do, get vaccinated for hep b. I trust you follow universal precautions to prevent infecting yourself. Abstain from alcohol and hepatotoxic drugs like acetaminophen. If you are infected with hep b, you need to contact an infectious disease expert for treatment. Read more...

How can liver cirrhosis be prevented among patients with chronic hepatitis b?

Treatment and... Avoidance of certain meds like steroids nd liver toxins like alcohol. Read more...
Antiviral treatment. There is now therapy, which although not curative, can reduce the viral load and the subsequent degree of chronic inflammation which leads to cirrhosis. Read more...

If she has cirrhosis of the liver, it is caused by hepatitis b. Can she have a liver transplant?

Yes. Patients with cirrhosis due to hepatitis b can get liver transplant. However, every transplant candidate has to undergo detailed work-up to ensure suitability for the procedure. Read more...

I'm chronic hepatitis b carrier. I tried treatment but no avail. What're chances of getting liver failure or cirrhosis?

Actually low risk. Being a carrier confers little risk of liver failure/cirrhosis/cancer, but chronic, active hepb has a higher risk. Since you did not hve luck with therapy, the best you can do is nuture your liver--avoid/minimize alcohol/drugs, get vaccinated for hepa, eat a healthy, balanced diet along with maintaining ideal body wt (obesity increases risk), and follow-up with doc regularly. Good luck. Read more...
Chronic treatment. I'm not sure what you mean by "carrier" and "no avail." it sounds like you have chronic hepatitis b. This is not a curable infection, but can be treated using life-long anti-hbv medications. The goal is to maintain an undetectable HBV dna, and to try to get conversion from hbeag to hbeab. I'm not sure why this wouldn't have worked for you. Read more...