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Criteria for evaluation of efficacy of interferon therapy
 
 
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The criteria for evaluation of efficacy of interferon therapy are based on the results of viral tests.
SVR When virus is negative on viral test 6 months after completion of interferon therapy
Relapse When virus is negative during interferon therapy but becomes positive 6 months after completion of interferon therapy
Non-response When virus fails to become negative even once during interferon therapy

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