Jan 14, 2012
is it possible to be clear and appear non--reactive in the blood sample if the person has the disease hepatitis B.even though he undergo already the treatment of entecavir?
| Response from Dr. McGovern
Most people who are suppressed on entecavir, still have evidence of Hepatitis B surface antigen. Only a small percent of patients lose their antigen.
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