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Test rates and differences in them
Dec 28, 2000

Why or rather what is it that makes a person a rare case that they do not produce antibodies within 3 months? Or is it that some people do not know FOR SURE the date of their exposure? Or is it something to do with opportunistic infection?

Thank you ma'am

Response from Dr. Feinberg

The most likely reason is simply that everyone is different and some people respond to new infections faster than others.


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