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Is Home Access test conclusive at 6 months?
Aug 8, 2002

Dr. Kull,

I tested negative at 6 months post exposure with a sex worker. Can I consider this conclusive, or do I need further confirmation. I began having exema rashes on my fingers after the exposure, so I'm concerned I may be a late serconverter.

Response from Mr. Kull

Home Access considers their testing methods to have greater than 99.9% accuracy when used 6 or more months after exposure. For more information, vistit the Home Access website by clicking on the add on the top right corner of this forum's main page.

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