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TPHA +ve but VDRL -ve any treatment for -ve?

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feb.9, 2010

I am dharmesh cwada from india, 38, male, marries with one child i m TPHA POSITIVE 1;2. Because of this I did not get jobs in SINGAPORE. How Serious is TPHA being positive? What precautions can I have to exercise? Any medicine to turn TPHA negative? HOW MENY TIME IN RECOVER TPHA ,Thanks  




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