|high risk guy and CDC
Sep 12, 2006
Hey Dr. Bob, first, in response to your last response to me...I trust you, dude! You and The Body are awesome. I struggle daily with "worried well syndrome" - but believe I will get over it. Life is good!
I just read today about the shaking up at the CDC...another Bush terrorist attack on anything that works good or supports suffering people with hope. God, what a disgrace his admin is. Anyway, does the shaking up at CDC create any discordance in HIV info and counsel? In other words, can we still trust the 3-month and earlier window periods? Can we trust the approved tests (like Oraquick Advance oral swab, the one I used)? I know HIV and AIDS is a daily battle, even if I am negative...but I want to stand up against any force that is standing in the way of support and a cure. Guys like you help us by leading the way. What do you think, Dr. Bob? And thanks again for giving me the hope of WOO-HOOING...I hope you hear it way out there!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Exactly which "shaking up at the CDC" were you referring to? Chances are if Dubya, the Rodeo Clown, was involved, it's not good news for science-based fact.
Can you trust the three-month window period? Yes, absolutely!
Can you trust Bush/Cheney and the Republicans? No. Absofrickinlutely NOT!
Stay well. Vote the cretins out of office!
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