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pls clear my doubt!!
Feb 19, 2013

hi dr cordova, just a question if anyone can infected after outside of 90 days from 1 encounter i mean after 90 days antibody negative test results or considered 200%conclusive at outside of 90 days negative result?pls answer, thank you

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi there:

90 days is conclusive. Call it 100%, 200%, or 1,000% conclusive. The bottom line is that at 90 days or later, your result is conclusive.

In health,

Richard



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