|hiv hep b co
Dec 22, 2007
hello, my question relates to the possible affect of hiv, hepb coinfection on hiv seroconversion!does in your opinion coinfection slow the rate of hiv seroconversion and if so by how much,can hiv seroconversion take place later than 3 months after exposure if coinfection is suspected? your response would be greatly appreciated, thank you
Response from Dr. McGovern
I am not aware of any data to suggest that hepatitis B infection slows down the rate of HIV seroconversion.
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