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Hepatitis B is an infectious illness caused by hepatitis B virus (HBV) which infects the liver of hominoidea, including humans, and ca...
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Common Hep B treatments discussed around the web
Lamivudine 254 Pediarix 253 Twinrix 179
86,176 conversations around the web about Hep B to help you make a decision
86,176 conversations around the web about Hep B to help you make a decision
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Hep B & Hepatitis C Antibody Negative

66.7% of the posts that mention Hepatitis C Antibody Negative also mention Hep B (6 posts)
Hepatitis C Antibody Negative
Hep B
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usmleforum.com
" ...Hepatitis B surface antibody negative, Hepatitis C antibody negative. This set of results suggests ...acute: A. Hepatitis A B. Hepatitis B C. Hepatitis C D.... "

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" ...Hepatitis B surface antibody negative, Hepatitis C antibody negative. This set of results suggests ...acute: A. Hepatitis A B. Hepatitis B C. Hepatitis C D. Hepatitis... "

" ...if you have chronic hep B (and therefore have a persistent HBsAg, in acute Hep B only your HBsAg ...genome equivalents/ml or less) and hepatitis C (antibody negative or, if positive, negative... "

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usmleforum.com
" ...surface antigen (HBsAg) positive, anti hepatitis B core IgG antibody (IgG ...positive, IgM anti-HBc positive and anti-Hepatitis C antibody negative. Which of the following is... "

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usmleforum.com
" ...negative HBsAb negative Hepatitis B core antibody negative Hepatitis C antibody negative Which of the... "

Post from
usmleforum.com
" ...antigen negative, core antibody positive; Hepatitis C antibody negative. The virus causing this infection is: A. Hepatitis A B. Hepatitis B C. Hepatitis C D.... "

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