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The HIV experts get around what they see at the maternal antibody problem by using a method called the PCR to diagnose HIV in babies. Which they say can be used from the time of birth. This test claims to find the genetic blue prints of the virus. The virus RNA or DNA.

I canít go into all the problems and wrongs of these tests. It would take too long. What I can say is this:

Itís totally inexplicable that babies can be diagnosed infected with HIV using a test that the CDC forbids for the same purpose in adults. Yet itís supposed to be the same virus as in adults. Especially when a mother is supposed to have just given it to her baby.