Apr 17, 2000
The Center for Disease Control references that the "average" seroconversion time is 25 days after exposure to the HIV virus. In one of your responses you indicated that the average is 63 days. That's a pretty big difference...any thoughts on why your information differs from the CDC?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
In the grand scheme of things, that difference is minimal, and it depends on whose data you are using. And also remember these are averages.
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