Hep B can be either acute or chronic.
If acute, it will go away on its own.
If chronic, it is a life-long condition.
In neither case can it be cured.
I don't thnk soand agree with Nikki one can clear HBV if he wish yes very tough exercise so many treatment available for that.Perticularly Ayurdec in India meaat Baba Ramdev he is a yiga teacher can help a lot.
For aught i know, there is no cure for chronic hep B once you get it. However this must be slightly balanced since complete clearance chances range from 1 to 2% with new meds as most of patients reach seroconversion after their treatment. In that specific case, virus isn't cleared but is wrestled under control by the immune system.
One a side note, a few weeks ago a french biopharmaceutical company, TRANSGENE, made an announcement which represents a quantum leap. Their R&D scientists developed a product introduced as "TG1050" and promoted as a potential "therapeutic vaccine".
Unfortunately, this was sort of a publicity stunt cause this product is nothing else than an add-on therapy designed to be used in combination of standard care in order to increase seroconversion ratios.....