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indeterminate before but now negative elisa
Dec 15, 2007

I had an indeterminate HIV home access test a few years ago, after which I had not been tested again until recently. My recent ELISA test came back non-reactive(negative). Is this conclusive and can I assume that I am HIV negative?

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello,

Yes, your recent negative ELISA is definitive: you are HIV negative. Why did you wait several years to definitively ascertain your HIV status after your indeterminate test result "a few years ago"????? That's just plain nuts!

Dr. Bob



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