shingles affect ELISA ?
Mar 15, 2003
what's the chance that someone, who is HIV neg., would develop Shingles seven days after having risky sexual contact with a person who has primary HIV and is still in the window period ?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Shingles is a reactivation of old chicken pox virus infection, that we have all been exposed to as children. Many, many people without HIV infection get this reactivation syndrome.
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