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DR BOB U ARE MY LAST HOPE{INDIA}
Aug 9, 2002

HI DR BOB I TESTED FOR ANTIBODIES AT APRROXIMATELY 92 DAYS? IS IT CONCLUSVE? AND NOW MY FEAR IS I WOULD HAVE ACQURIED INFECTION WHILE DRAWING MY BLOOD FOR THE TEST THROUGH THE SYRINGE? IS IT POSSIBLE SHOULD I TEST AGAIN?

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello India!

An antibody test at 92 days is conclusive. You do not have HIV. No, you cannot acquire HIV by getting your blood drawn for the test. Relax! You're just fine.

Stay well.

Dr. Bob


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