|approximate time of infection
Jul 13, 2008
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Those test results can not determine when you were infected. If you had previous negative HIV antibody tests, then you would know approximately when you were infected. Those results are actually quite good and indicate you don't need HIV treatment at this point.
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