"Thank you for your response. Not sure I completely understand. Are you saying that the vaccine would help with a previous exposure? Also are you saying CDC information on hbsag is incorrect about when it can detect? Do you think I ne..."
"Does that mean the twelve week negative hbsag test is definitive? CDC has two websites, one says hbsag is detectable on average after four weeks after exposure with a range of one week to nine weeks; the other says as early 1 to two wee..."
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