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Oct 29, 2011

if your hcv antibody is negative for 6mos,is there a possibility that you become positive in a later stage?I've read that you are negative because of insufficient antibody..pls explain..just confused of what i read..thanks

Response from Dr. McGovern

In 99.9% of the time, the HCV antibody test will be reliable by six months so you should feel relieved.

hep c cleared?
Telaprevir for Genotype 2b/HIV Coinfected?

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