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Normally, chronic hepatitis B is a mild disease in children and teens. Often, young people experience an immune tolerant stage during the first two decades of the disease, during which there is little damage to their livers. As a result, the incidence of liver inflammation, scarring, cirrhosis and liver cancer is low in children and adolescents.