Mar 22, 1999
Doctor has there been any documented cases of someone persistantly falsly testing negative since the case of the man from Utah in 1995-96. if yes how many ?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Yes the CDC presented a handful of cases at the AIDS conference in Geneva last year. To clarify, these were people who were HIV antibody negative, but had positive DNA PCR, culture, or viral load tests. MH
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