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Hepa B
Aug 6, 2005

Hi,

7 months ago I was tested and found out that Im Hepa B positive (HBsAG) and the result shows the following Count 2.411 cut off value : 0.073

This month the result is Count : 318.6 Cut off : 2.000.

I dont know if Im getting better based on those results, please explain they say 2.411 read as 2 thousant 4 hunded 11 is that correct that how will I read the last results (318.6). Please help thanks

Eric

Response from Dr. McGovern

If your hepatitis B surface antigen is positive for six months, you are a chronic carrier. You should have a more complete evaluation now.

Dr. McGovern



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