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    Hiv immunity
    anosos posted:

    I have a good reasons to believe that i have Hiv immunity.
    Any advice for next steps?
    Thank you.
    georgiagail responded:
    Next steps regarding what?

    anosos replied to georgiagail's response:
    Is there any blood test to ensure my Hiv Immunity?
    In case that we are 100% sure that i have Hiv immunity is there a way to help people with aids?
    (Apologies for my bad English) And thank you for your reply.
    georgiagail replied to anosos's response:
    It would appear that the interest in checking for immunity has declined quite a bit since the first news of this. You might "google" in an attempt to find a source for testing but the choices for doing this seem to be extremely limited.


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