QUANTITATIVE PCR TEST AT 4 WEEKS NEGATIVE RESULT
Aug 9, 1999
HOW MANY CASES HAVE YOU EVER SEEN OF PEOPLE GETTING SEROCONVERTION, AFTER HAVING A QUANTITATIVE TEST EXACTLY AFTER 4 WEEKS OF POSIBLE INFECTION WITH A NEGATIVE RESULT OF <400 COPIES PER ML.? IS POSIBLE AT THIS TIME TO HAVE A REAL VIRAL LOAD OF LESS THAN 400 AND SOME WEEK LATER A HIGHER ONE WITHOUT MEDS? IT SUPOSES THAT VIRAL LOAD SHOUD BE IN THOUSANDS BY 4 WEEKS?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
None, unlikely and yes.
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