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RUSSIAN ROULETTE TOMMOROW
Oct 5, 2003

Hi brother I hope you dont mind me calling you like that because thats what I feel about you, well its the venezuelan guy again after my 8 negative tests up to 3 month a negative western blot at week 14 negative and having had the worst time in my life Ive decided to take a pcr-dna qualitative test tommorow at week 17 because my last antybody test the one I took at week 16 left me some doubts like my cutoff point was always between 0.32 and 0.36 and my 16 week test came with a cut off of 0.42 slightly higher than usual so it didnt relieve me but freaked me because I started thinking that I could be a late seroconverter, so Ive decided to take the pcr-dna but am scared of false positives, my question is Dr BOB if the pcr by god whiling heart comes negative can I definetely woo-hoo. huggs from venezuela PRC

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi Venezuela Guy,

Yes, definitely! I'd say you could start WOO-HOOing now, but if you want to wait for that negative PCR, fine. So even if not quite yet, I'm convinced you'll be WOO-HOOing very soon.

Dr. Bob



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