A spoon full of green tea makes the antibodies stay down?
Dec 21, 2009
Consider this one of those QTND risen from the grave that needs a dash of zombie repellent to prevent it from spreading and being asked thousands of times again;)
Can green tea, vitamin supplements, or antioxidants affect the results of an hiv test (as in produce a false negative?)? I see a bunch of hubbub regarding this subject lately and I can't find a definitive answer. If you've already answered this question in detail, please point me in that direction and then feel free to give me the proverbial back-hand across the cheek as I probably deserve it;) (coming from you, might even be enjoyable!)
Anyway, thanks for the good work you've been doing! In all sincerity, you really are an inspiration.
-OCD Hypochondriac Extraordinaire
Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello OCD Hypochondriac Extraordinaire,
I'll make several quick points:
1. The definitive answer is no!
2. Never believe "hubbub."
3. Zombie repellent doesn't work on QTND. I tried that years ago.
Happy Holidays. Be well. Stay well. Noel?
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