|Tuberculosis and HIV
Jan 20, 2007
I keep reading stuff about tuberculosis and HIV, but I am very confused.
About 13 years ago, I got tested for TB after I moved from one state to another. The test was positive and I went through the entire course of medication. I know that I will always test positive for TB.
I have had a 12 negative HIV test. Is there any chance that my TB from 13 years ago could delay antibody production?
Fellow, Proud Democrat
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi Proud Democrat,
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