Calypte Urine Test Finds HIV In Blood-Negative Subjects, Gets Warning Letter
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Roughly one in 1,000 persons considered low risk for HIV tested positive for HIV-1 antibodies in their urine but negative in their blood, according to a study conducted by Clinical Reference Laboratory.
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