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P C R test Report
Feb 24, 2013

Dear DR Mark, i have examine my P C R test.my reports show the reading 248121IU/ml Detected.please tell me about normal reading in human body. i am very fared my health.my age is 40 year and i am patient hemophilia (A) since birth.i shell be very thankful to you if you give me information about my problem. thanks and regards

Response from Dr. Holodniy

I assume this is a HCV viral load test. If so, that would be considered a low viral load level. There is no "normal" reading. An undetectable or negative result indicates no infection, while any positive viral load result indicates infection. I suggest you discuss this result with a liver specialist.



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