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HIV-1 Infection and AIDS Recent Exposure
HIV is the abbreviation used for the human immunodeficiency
virus. HIV is the virus that causes AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome),
a life-threatening disease.
The HIV PCR test is a new technology used for HIV early detection testing. The new HIV test looks for the RNA copy of the HIV virus itself in your blood. It is extremely accurate, sensitive and the cutting edge of HIV early detection testing.
This is a new technology
for the early detection of HIV after 28 days of exposure
called HIV RNA. This new test looks for the RNA copy of the HIV virus
itself in your blood. It is extremely accurate and sensitive.
Lab Services offers a single
test to help diagnose HIV after recent exposure:
The HIV-1 Qualitative RNA test contains the following tests:
| HIV-1 Qualitative RNA
If you are sexually active with multiple
partners, have reason to believe you have recently been exposed to someone
who is HIV positive, have had a recent needle stick, or have had some other
recent exposure to HIV you could benefit from HIV early detection testing
or treatment. Our trained professionals are standing by; please call
877- 283-7882 for further information about any of your concerns and our HIV
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