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What does CDC mean?

If you are referring to HIV, CDC does not have data on a specific percentage for this.  It is extremely rare.  More than 95 percent of persons develop antibodies within 3 months.  A few cases of persons who have not developed antibodies until 6 months have been reported;  this is most common in persons who have taken antiretrovirals for post-exposure prophylaxis after an occupational exposure to HIV (e.g., a needle stick) but seroconversion
in these circumstances is also extremely rare.

(I was asking what kinda people get into the 6months ranged zone, but what are they talking about??.)
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what?  im asking a totally different question about what the cdc is saying!
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That question has been explained over and over. Had you took the time to use the following link you would have found the explaination.

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