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Apr 23, 2011

I have following test result and I am not sure what does they mean all together. I would appreciate any help to understand these HEPATITIS C AB Non Reactive HEPATITIS B SURFACE ANTIGEN Negative ANTIBODY HEPATITIS B CORE Negative ANTIBODY HEPATITIS BS ANTIGEN >1000.0

Response from Dr. McGovern

All it means is that you have no evidence of viral hepatitis. You do have evidence of prior vaccination against hepatitis B and it worked well.



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