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hello sir h r u
Sep 9, 2013

In my last mail I ask to u for my pcr test.now my question is at 91st day i made a anti body test ..thank god that is non reactive .now my qestion is.. 1.....7th day hiv rna pcr 2...28th day westren bolt 3...65th day pcr again 4...91st day anti body test ..........all is negative......I want to know is these tests are conclusive or not wt can I do now...plz hrlp me

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi there,

Antibody testing done at 90 days or later can be considered conclusive. You are HIV negative.

In health,

Richard



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