|Woohoo!! I think...
Nov 21, 2007
Hey Dr. Bob,
I wanted to start by telling you that this is one of the best websites I have ever visited. You are extremely knowledgable, compassionate, funny, etc.
I wanted to ask for your woohoo approval. I had an encouter about 3.5 months ago in which your opinion was that I was not at significant risk. It turns out that on the 12 week mark, I was going to be out of town. Therefore I had a rapid test at 11 weeks and 5 days, and it was negative. I know you always say 12 weeks, but would 2 days make a difference in this case? Your answer would be greatly appreciated, and I will donate whether or not you reply. Thanks in advance Dr. Bob.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
WOO-HOO approval granted as requested!
Be well. Stay well. Happy Thanksgiving. And speaking of Thanksgiving, thanks for your giving to The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org).
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