Official Satellite Meeting
Presentation by
Eleni Papadopulos et al.

Dept. Med. Phys. Royal Perth Hospital, Australia
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For example, in a study by French researchers they cultured 15 HIV-1 strains. Strain zero, which is said to be the most diverse, was not included. They tested samples of cell free fluid containing the same load of HIV as quantified by p24 measurements. (Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes and Human Retrovirology 15:174.)

If the tests were true measurement of HIV RNA the results should have been the same for all strains in a given test and all tests for a specific strain.

As can be seen, this is not the case. If this test measured the "viral load" accurately, every number to the right of the first column should be identical.

One wonders how such tests can be used to measure anything, much less to quantify a deadly virus.