Our expert says:
Yes, you need the HIV virus in your blood to develop AIDS. Of course, immune defficiencies can develop for other reasons too, but that's not AIDS then.
Testing negative after three months means that HIV is not present in your blood and, barring future exposure to the virus, AIDS will not develop.
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