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What treatment or further tests should be conducted for analytical sensitivity of 33.6 IU/ml ?

HCV RNA detected with the analytical sensitivity of this assay is 33.6 IU/ml Hello Sir, I have just received the HCV-RNA blood test report of my mother and i am really worry after watching the results. Report saying : HCV RNA detected with the analytical sensitivity of this assay is 33.6 IU/ml ..Kindly suggest me the further tests, treatment or any suggestion for further treatment / tests.. I will be very very thankful to you..
Asked On : Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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Your mother is showing the presence of hepatitis C virus in her body. It causes jaundice and is a water borne disease. There is nothing to worry. The disease is fully curable and all its effects are reversible.You can consult your family physician for its management.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Mon, 9 May 2011
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