OK. A couple points.
The case described occurred in 1990-
The testing used then was first or second generation HIV tests- The accuracy of our tests now is markedly improved at improving sensitivity. To even compare is not appropriate.
And even still, in that case the patient seroconveted at 10 months- which you have passed now with a negative current test.
While it is never a good idea to say something is impossible, the likelihood is infinitesimal.
TheMask is unnecessarily scaring you and for all intents and purposes the risk is negligible.
It never hurts to re-test, but I stand by my initial comments, before DrMask rudely interjected.
Always ask if you need clarification/more information.
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