May 14, 2014
why you say 3 months for conclusive time , if the las year you say 3 months conclusive, but more conclusive 6 months and then in the cdc guidelines are still recomending 6 months for window period and you say 3 months are the new guidelines ?
dont play with the people here , we need truly information try to be more concistent
here are many many people with so serious concerns and we need certainly info, that is the reason why the people here ask the same cuestion again and again and again! cause the answer has no cense many times
Response from Mr. Cordova
On TheBody.com our official stance is that 90 days is conclusive. The CDC's guidelines are more conservative than ours, just as ours are more conservative than others. To some, 28 days is enough for a conclusive answer.
Again, as far as TheBody.com is concerned, 90 days is conclusive. I hope this helps.
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