I didn't see you spell out a good reason for doing the liver biopsy, which is not without risk. Satisfaction of curiosity is no good reason if the cost could be life-threatening complications.
I have been a hepatitis B virus carrier for at least a decade and I would be curious what the status of my liver is as well. But knowing the exact state would not help me with treating it, if the goal is to boost my own immunity so the virus can be eliminated. Whatever the state of my liver is irrelevant, and what is important is to find a life style and diet that is conducive to the healing process and the eventual elimination of the virus, from whatever the state of my liver. If the virus cannot be eliminated, at least I should be able to manage it.
As of a couple of months ago, I was still tested positive for the hepatitis B virus, but my liver functions are normal at least in terms of enzymes levels and so on. I did a number of things before my last tests:
1) 10-day master cleansing
2) lots of Liver Flushes
three to four weeks apart
3) Colon cleansing
4) Taking probiotics
5) Half of my diet is raw now; and going organic wherever feasible
6) Taking vitamin C, alpha lipoic acid, milk thistle, mixed-blend vitamin E, and occasionally selenium
Earlier, I read a message that described how a person cured his hepatitis C.
My best wishes on your recovery.