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HBV viral Load by TAQ Man
Aug 19, 2012

my viral load by TAQ MAN shows <20 IU/ML in test report.. what does this signify..?? i was suffering from hepatitis B and has been under treatment so what does this result signify..?? any improvements..?? Thanks in advance..

Response from Dr. Holodniy

If you were chronically infected with HBV and have completed treatment for HBV, then this result indicates you have responded to HBV treatment and the virus is no longer detectable in the blood.



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