SEROXAT use at time of ELISA test.
May 7, 2004
Dear Dr Bob, Would the use of seroxat medication at the time of an ELISA test have any bearing on the validity of a negative result? Many thanks
Response from Dr. Frascino
Nope! Seroxat will not affect the results of HIV testing. And before you write back to ask, it doesn't change the window period either! So celebrate that negative test results! Yell WOO-HOO as loud as you possibly can. There! Doesn't that feel better? Yeah, I thought so.
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