I'm just curious as there was a bit controversy around this topic. It is possible for person with AIDS be negative for HIV antibodies?
As of 1989, the CDC reported that 5% of all U.S. AIDS patients who had been tested for HIV to that time were HIV-negative. No figures have been reported by the CDC since 1989.
If so, how it's possible?
- Unexplained CD4+ T-Lymphocyte Depletion in Persons Without Evident HIV Infection -- United States at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention