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HIV testing Period
Apr 24, 2001

Someone said; Some cases will not test positive at 6 months, That case was in Africa at 2 years and If later, some cases will test positive over 2 years, Is this wrong?

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Response from Dr. Dezube

Six months is the appropriate time to get the final test after an exposure. It is not necessary to be tested after that.


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