|detection of hep c
Sep 4, 2011
how long could you detect hep c in your blood result after exposure!
| Response from Dr. McGovern
Hepatitis C antibody is usually detected in the bloodstream by about 12 weeks of infection. A minority of patients are detected later on within 12 to 24 weeks. The virus itself can be detected in as little as a week after exposure.
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