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What does HbCAb P value mean ?

Since 2007 I have been underoing homeo medicine for hysnophilia and aso titier -positive diseases. Recently when my blood tested absag-positive. abseag-negative, abcab-positive, my ultra sound scan report normal study. My wife and children are hbsag-negetive. There is any changes the medicine used to ASO titier and hysnophilia turned the false postive of hbsag ? What my stage. Explain the blood test result of hbcab P.value ( 0.011)?
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Hepatitis B test results has following interpretations.
HbsAg and IgM anti HbCag positive denotes recent hepatitis B infection.
HbsAg and IgG anti HbcAg positive denotes chronic Hepatitis B infection.
Only HbsAg positive denotses carrier state. Hving virus but no disease.
HbeAg positive shows infectivity of infection.
Anti HbsAg positive shows protection against infection.
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