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hepatitis
Sep 25, 2005

I have been of my hepatitis program since 3/2005 my lymphocytes reading was 1.0 as of 8/2005 my reading is 3.5 does that mean I'll need more treatment? I will be see a liver specialit at the end of the month.

Response from Dr. McGovern

I am sorry but I am having trouble understanding your question. If you are referring to your lymphocyte count improving, that will not have any correlation with the amount of treatment you need.



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