Home Access Test Accuracy @ 13 weeks
Jan 13, 2004
Does the home access test fall into the same defintion of "conclusive" (relative to all the other FDA approved/doctor provided ELISA tests) at 13 weeks?
i.e. 13 weeks negative = no HIV
situation is believed to be a "low risk" - one time hetrosexual encounter.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Yes, the Home Access test is FDA-approved and I would consider a negative test 13 weeks after a "low risk one time heterosexual encounter" to be conclusive and definitive.
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