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Hepa B Lab Result
Nov 18, 2006

Dear Dr Holodniy,

I was diagonsed at age 18 with HBsAg +, HBsAb -, HBeAB + without any Hepa illness. The status has not been changed for 20 years, and not being treated as such.

A recent bloody test show HBV DNA QN PCR 3400 IU/L, 7000 copies. Previous tests has <100 counts.

Is it considered significant? Do I need to be treated?

Thanks

Response from Dr. Holodniy

You need to be evaluated by a hepatologist to answer that question.



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