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An 11 year old girl born to HIV infected mother was referred for HIV testing. Mother had died 9 years back due to AIDS and father was HIV negative. The girl had pulmonary Tuberculosis at 5 years of age. On examination, she was normal and systems were normal. Her HIV ELISA was done which was reported as negative. Her simultaneous CD4 count was 212/cumm. In view of a low CD4 count and exposure to HIV in view of maternal AIDS, her HIV ELISA was again done from another laboratory which was positive. On consultation with the first laboratory it was found that her report was actually positive but the technician had handed over the report of another patient with same name.

Who should disclose and handover HIV diagnostic tests reports?

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Q. LETS SAY PCR IS CARRIED OUT A DRY BLOOD SPOT AND ITS POSITIVE FOR BOTH INFANTS ON BREAST MILK, AND NON BREAST MILK INFANTS AND ON RETEST ITS NEGATIVE.DO YOU RECOLLECT SAMPLE OR TEST ON A SECOND SPOTS.
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Functional HIV Cure after Very Early ART of an Infected Infant.
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