|one more last question
Jan 27, 2011
thanks Rob for answering my last Q about full body scaning machine (scanning thingamajig as you called it ) after i read your answer i felt like i was born agian becouse it was such a shock to me to be told i am hiv + with that machine as i never had sex and never shared intravenous syringes,so i come back today to give you the name of that machine which is "diascan" i am hoping that you could go through this name and give one last good news
before i say WHOOHOOO thanks agian
| Response from Dr. Frascino
"Diascan" or "scanning thingamajig," my assessment hasn't changed. It's a total fraud. It cannot diagnose HIV disease. There's a special place in hell reserved for scumbags who profit from scams like this. So relax Max. All is well, including you!
testing for hiv Jan 21, 2011
thanks in advance i just wanna know if it is posible for full body scaning machine to detect hiv in blood without testing blood sample .i never had sex, never shared needle yet i was told i am hiv positive just by holdng two metal stick that conect to the sacaning machine is this posible thanks again
Response from Dr. Frascino
Which do you want first, the good news or the bad news? We'll start with the good.
Good news: you are HIV negative. Since you've never had sex or shared intravenous syringes, you have essentially no HIV-acquisition risk potential.
Bad news: if you paid money for that metal-stick body scanning thingamajig, you've been taken by a total scam. Such scanning is totally worthless. Not only can't it diagnose HIV, it can't diagnose anything else either. The only way to diagnose HIV disease is with an HIV-specific test, such as an ELISA, EIA, rapid test, etc.
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