|Enfants who test HIV+and later test HIV-
Sep 27, 2001
Will an enfant who test positive for HIV at birth and later tests negative for HIV (after 18 months of age)ever be at risk to develop AIDS ?
Response from Dr. Sullivan
An infant who is HIV antibody positive at birth but becomes seronegative[loses antibody and becomes negative] at 18 months of age is not HIV infected;JLS.
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