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PLs. help me with my problem i want an answer or will someone explain to me my result of my hepatitis panel:
Jun 17, 2007 me interpret the result and advice me what to do?will i ever be cured?help me pls.

HBsAg-(Reactive) Patients Value:1448 Cut off Value:1.00

Anti-HBs-(NON Reactive) Patients Value:<2.00 Cut off Value:10.00

Anti-HBc IgG-(Reactive) Patients Value:0.010 Cut off Value:1.00

Anti-Hbe-(Reactive) Patients Value:0.002 Cut off Value:1.000

Anti-HAV-Igm-(Non Reactive) Patients Value:0.345 Cut off Value:1.00

HBeAg-(Non Reactive) Patients Value:0.123 Cut off Value:1.00

Anti-HCV-(NON Reactive) Patients Value:0.440 Cut off Value:1.000

Response from Dr. McGovern

You appear to have chronic hepatitis B infection as determined by your surface antigen. However, I would obtain Hepatitis B DNA testing to see if the virus is active.

You do not have antibodies to hepatitis C which is good.

If your hepatitis A IgG is negative, I would get immunized.

hep C genotype 1A
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