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IU/mL and copies calculation

Sep 2, 2018

2.92E2 IU/mL (E2 = 10x10= 100) So, this means: = 2.92 x 100 = 292 IU/mL converted in copies 3265 copies.

This HBV viral load is high enough to start any kind of treatment with medicationsm such as Virofob, etc....

Response from Dr. Holodniy

In general, yes. But additional testing may be required to make that determination. I suggest you discuss these results with a liver specialist.



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