|PLEASE DOCTOR!!!!!!! I can't find an answer anywhere in your archives!!!!!!
Jan 5, 2008
Hi Dr. Frascino. I can't find an answer to my question any where! I am a chemist and I work in a pharma lab. I had an encounter with a csw in March of last year. I tested PCR and antibody at 3 months post exsposure and oraquick saliva at 4 months post exsposure, all negative. Now I'm worried that any, all, some???? of the chemicals I work with would cause these tests to be false negatives if I was exsposed to them in some way. PLEASE HELP!!!!!, Have you ever heard of such a thing. Can I woohooo or boohoo. Thank you, donation on the way.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Your repeatedly negative HIV tests using various methodologies out to four months are definitive and conclusive. Chemical exposure would not affect these test results. Your worries are completely unwarranted. So it's WOO-HOO all the way, OK?
Thank you for your tax-deductible gift to the Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org).
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