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I dont know what SVR and UD mean?
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Are you sure you don't mean UND ? Undetectable.
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SVR-Sustained Virological Response, UND-Undetected.
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RVR (Rapid virological response)= No virus detected at week 4.
eRVR(Extended rapid virological response) = No virus detected at week 4 and week 12.
EVR (Early Virological Response) = 2 log drop of HCV RNA after 12 weeks.
cEVR = Complete Early Virological Response — No virus detected after 12 Weeks.
SVR12 (Sustained virological response)12 = No virus detected at 12 weeks after completion of treatment.
SVR24 = No virus detected at 24 weeks after completion of treatment

Null response - Failure to reduce HCV RNA by at least 2 logs10 (100 times) after 12 weeks of prior treatment, which is the currently recommended Food and Drug Administration (FDA) definition for clinical trials of investigational hepatitis C treatments.

Partial response - At least a 2-log10 (100-times) drop in HCV RNA, but inability to fully remove the virus from the blood by week 24.

Breakthrough - After dropping to undetectable levels, HCV RNA is detected again in blood during treatment.

Relapse - After dropping to undetectable levels, HCV RNA is detected again in blood after treatment ends.
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