Jan 31, 2002
Dr Bob: Hi. Just a quick question: if no antibodies are pressent in the blood at 7 months, it follows that there is no virus either? Do you concur, Dr. Bob? Thanks, Patrick
Response from Dr. Frascino
You've been paying attention in class! You are 100% correct. You get an A+ and you get to WOOHOO. If you read this forum regularly, you'll understand the "woohoo" stuff. If not, you'll probably think I'm nuts. Either way, congratulations! Negative ELISA at 7 months means you're negative.
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