for those following hbsag kinetics during therapy with hbeag negative, as in this stydy any level of hbsag lower than 1000iu/ml is correlated with hbsag loss at follow up of years, sustained response ranges from 950-1400iu/ml
"i just saw a hepatologist at a teaching hospital in germany and i was told they will start combos trials in 2 or 3 month" - do you know if they refer to the real trials or just they start to apply this combo to the patients.
By real trials I mean controlled (blind or double blind) trials that will compare some combo against a mono-therapy or one combo against anther combo ....
thanks for info.I visit my family in Europe and try to have some tests and get some answers.The hepatologist strongly recomends treatment with viread(tenofovir)for liver cancer concern.Soon i will post my hepb state,might need help for making dicisions.I live in US and cant find a specialist in my area.I was seeing an infectionist for 1 year and when I asked for a US he said only if my enzymes go up. Thanks to you and this forum I know better than him.
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