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very important question
Jan 23, 2005

if a person was undetectable and took an antibody test would that person show positive on the test. If they show negitive on the test would this mean people could pass a test and be infected thus infecting others. please answer you have not answered 5th try. thank you.

Response from Dr. Young

HIV+ persons with undetectable HIV viral loads will still have a positive antibody test. BY



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