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riba indeterminate
Jan 14, 2007

Had possible exposure by accident used toothbrush of a hep c positive roommate 6 months ago on 8/06 6 months after hep c anti 2.8 riba indeterminate 5-1-1/100 neg,c33p neg,c22p +4,NS5 neg,SOD neg, viral load quat no virus LFT normal.6 weeks later hep anti 2.7 riba indeterminate (same antigens as above) pcr quant and qual both negative.Is this false positive or could it be exposure with clearence?Should I redo this later on?Thank you.

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Could indicate exposure and clearance. I suggest you repeat these tests again in a few months.



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