Published in Blood Weekly, July 31st, 1995
Concern that steady sexual partners of HIV-infected patients be might actually be infected, despite negative results in tests for antibody to HIV, prompted Rob Roy MacGregor and colleagues, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to perform their investigation.
MacGregor et al. studied 50 sexually active couples in which seronegative individuals were considered to be at high risk for infection because they were steady sexual partners of known HIV-infected...
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