"How often do you recommend testing the Hep B surface antigen, Hep B surface antibody and Hep B DNA Quant?
If the Hepsera contributed to the Hep B becoming non-active prior to transplant , could it still be used (post transplant)once the..."
I appreciate so much for you responding to my question. I missed where everyone answered my post and posted again a few minutes ago and I apologize for reposting. Everyone is so kind and such angels to help those of us that are new to this and afraid. I am actually in Georgia so glad to meet you and thanks again, I do not go back until the 16th to the doctor.
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