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Posted by: mabel | 2007/04/16

HIV

Could the bloodwork for HIV ever be wrong in other words can one be positive but the result shows negative or vice versa & is their medicines that could make you negative.

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Dear Mabel
Some of the tests can be false positive or false negative ( elisa tests, antigen test). The PCR or genetic material testing is the most sensitive and one can also do viral counts.
See http://www.avert.org/testing.htm

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