You probably participated in one of several blinded studies. UCSF should
have a study coordinator who can give you that information, plus others
such as published articles resulting from the studies.
But to be fair, it is highly unlikely that anyone without a detailed
knowledge of your medical records can answer your questions. If your
physician is not explaining these to you, get another opinion.
In article <Pine.OSF.3.91.950703133806.846C-100000 at amy9.Stanford.EDU>, Ray
Russ <rruss at amy9.Stanford.EDU> wrote:
> I was one of a group of participants in a phase II gp-120 trial which was
> administered by San Francisco General Hospital/UCSF several years ago.
>> I am curious if anyone out there knows how long I will continue to test
> "indeterminate" on Western Blot, Elysa (sp?) and PCR.
>> Any answers/suggestions/input would be greatly appreciated.
>> Please keep in mind that I am for all practical pourposes a neophyte as
> far as immunology goes and was just a volunteer so please take it easy on
> the technical aspects - thanks.
>> Ray Russ
> Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
> Operational Health Physics Department
>>> <raemo at dq.org>
<raemo at slac.stanford.edu>
> <raemo at well.com>
<raemo at queernet.org>
> <rruss at leland.stanford.edu> <rruss at sirius.com>