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4th try Concerned
Mar 7, 2005

Dr. Deietrich, Can you still have hep b even though the hep b core antibody total is negative?

As noted in these results the hep b core antibody is negative? But dr. indicated may still be trying to clear virus? Confused? first results june 04 hbsAg positive dna 2900

second july 04 hbsab negative hbv dna undetectable hbv ultra sensitive undetectable hbe ag negative

third dec 05 hbsag negative hbsab negative hbe ag negative hbe ab negative

fourth jan 05

hbsag negative hbsab negative hep b core ab, total negative

Response from Dr. Dieterich

You are cured! Congrats! Get tested for hep A and C. Hep B is gone! Good work! DTD



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