Mar 29, 2008
In a new job prescreen the comment from the lab said HepBAb Immunity Negative result. Patient is considered to be not immune to infection with HBV. What does this mean and what should I expect my primary care doctor to do?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
I don't know what that means. It depends on what tests were performed. I suggest you talk to your physician about those results.
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