Feb 23, 2002
What is the window period? Thank you!
Response from Dr. Feinberg
The "window period" is the time between acquiring an infection, such as HIV, and having evidence of that infection through a positive antibody test. Antobodies are proteins your immune system makes in response to an infection.
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