Monitoring and Management of Patients on Therapy for Chronic Hepatitis B

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D If the patient’s HBV DNA level declines by 1 log10 after 6 months of therapy, the response is termed a primary non-response.

This answer is correct. Primary non-response is defined as a decrease in HBV DNA by less than 2 log10 IU/ml after 24 weeks of therapy.


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