I am not here to argue either,if you want to believe those figures it's up to you but I am stating facts.An HIV test is 100% conclusive at 3 months and means the person does NOT have HIV.Anyway,is there really a big difference between 99.99 and 100,no there isn't.
An infected person will always produce antibodies,usually by 6 weeks in 99% of cases and once infected they will always have detectable antibodies for HIV,even once diagnosed with AIDS the antibodies will still be present.
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