Nov 13, 2000
Even though a person diagnosed with chronic HBV changes status from e antigen to e antibody is he still contagious?
Response from Dr. Dieterich
Usually that is the case. However there are rare cases where there is a pre-core mutant (usually in Asia) where there is still virus in the presence of e Ab. DTD
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