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12 Feb 2004

HIV TYPE I and II
What is the difference between HIV type I and II

When a PRC is negative after 60 days of exposuere, can I conclude that I am HIV negative
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01 Jan 0001

HIV I and II are two different subtypes of which HIV I is present worldwide and HIV II is more common in Africa. Yes you can conclude that you are HIV negative unless you've had further exposure.
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