Someone will be along soon that can help you understand.I am not good at reading results.
Are you saying your friend has Hep C geno type 2?
Do they have A & B also?
Like I said someone will help you soon..There is also a Hep B forum under the Health Forums at the top of page under Forums.
I would be impossible to interpret what the exact results are from what you posted..
However ,it looks like you have had the Hep C "antibodies test and if you post the results of that test we can interpret what is going on
As far as the HepB test: If you have a positive result on the B "s" antigen portion of that test it would usually mean you are either acutely infected or possibly chronically infected with HepB
I posted a link below to the HBV forum to help you with this .
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