That the cut off point is 1.00 and if this Hepatitis C test is 30.80 Reactive your
antibodies for Hepatitis C are very high and your positive for Hepatitis C antibodies. There is no reason to retest to confirm a possible false test results. Move on to a viral load test and see what the results are. 20% clear the virus on their own and don't have an active viral load.
You need another test. It's a HCV PCR (hepatitis C viral load test). It will tell if you have a active hepatitis C viral infection. 20% clear the virus on their own and still test positive. The only way to tell if you do currently have Hepatitis C is to get another test. A hepatitis C viral load test.
If you have every tested positive for Hepatitis C antibodies - you will continue to test positive for the rest of your life. This doesn't mean you actually have
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