Aug 6, 2005
Please help me interpret these results: Hepatitus B Surface Antigen negative, Hepatitus B Surface Antibody negative, Hepatitus B DNA by PCR <500, reference range <500, Hepatitus Be Antigen negative, reference range negative, and Hepatitus Be Antibody negative, reference range negative. Thank you for your time and response.
Response from Dr. McGovern
You do not have evidence of HBV.
If you are at risk, get vaccinated. Dr. McG
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