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Apr 16, 2001

You said on April 11th, "I have not seen or heard of a case where someone was HIV antibody negative and had a negative viral load, but was found to be infected."

I just wondered if there is a qualifier here,..that is, are you only refering to cases where someone tests negative and undetectable AFTER the 6 month window period?

Response from Dr. Holodniy

No qualifiers. Show me someone that is truly HIV infected (by some means) and has negative HIV antibody and viral load tests.

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