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FOR KEVIN:RE JOHNS POST
      #43555 - 11/11/02 08:33 AM

HELLO TO EVERY POOR SOUL WHOM IS WORRIED ABOUT HIV/AIDS INFECTION.As im no hiv/aids expert,all i can do is tell you the truth about myself.ive always been looking for(14months) for the 100%sure test that i was neg.ive spent thousands of pounds,that i could not afford.talked to the best experts i could,in uk,france,switzerland,usa,australia,finland.
they all agreed that antibody testing was the best and final test.please read the post below,that i posted on another site.all the doctors i have had consultations with,
top professors,nobody with less than 16 years experience,both here in uk,in switzerland,france,and in Usa.
Confirm that Antibody testing is the"best Test".My sources are.whom i have actually spoken to,not just read,are as follows,
Prof brian gazzard,discovered first aids patient in uk1979.Other comments: called me an idiot).because of testing past window period.
Dr Bill Ruby Director:moore clinic.other comment:The Bdna 3.0 assay is the most sensitive and specific test for diagnosing hiv infection.
However i have a patient that tested positive by Eliser and western blot but we were unable to isolate his virus using standard probes!.(but remember he was antibody positive)
Prof Jorg Schupbach Director Geneva".Antibody testing is the best way to confirm Hiv infection".
Dr J D Poveda.Lab Director,pasteur cerba,paris."Pro viral DNA is excellent,we perform two tests,"one on the pol region,the other on the LTR region"ive seen patients get through one,but not both regions!.also eliser is always "reactive"even slightly, on rare strains.
Dr Patrick French,Dir.ive been in Hiv care for about 16years,and i have never come into contact with a patient that has taken longer than three months to be reactive on an eliser test.other comments(you need a shrink).hope this helps to reassure you......john.also.......
Dear Dr. xxxxxx

I have reviewed this case. And I feel that there is absolutely no evidence
of HIV infection over a prolonged period of testing. No additional testing
is recommended unless there is a new exposure recently.

Best wishes,

David Ho
received 10/10/02 ENOUGH SAID!EH?????







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Re: FOR KEVIN:RE JOHNS POST new
      #43563 - 11/11/02 12:33 PM

You've let this become an obsession. Your problems are now not HIV related but psycological. You're fixated and need help letting go. Make an appointment with a mental health care professional.



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