This is significant progress in a very short time and I must say congratulations and I hope that the success continues. Just curious, what has your Doc' said about this?
I appreciate you writing about this as I have heard the same from s few others in the past although they did not post it for others to read.
I believe that this is one of the strongest arguments presented that zappers can and do work but they have needed some improvements.
Multiple frequencies make a difference, especially specific Rife-Crane frequencies in sequence.
The amount of time of application needed to be long in the case of continuous replication types of virus such as HIV, HEP-C, HHV, etc.
One other concern, is did you zap right before or a short time before having blood drawn for the test? I think that for a more accurate result, the blood should be drawn at least a few hours after zapping. This way, if you are still having viral replication, it will show up.
Personally, I would like to see a dynamic study done where a blood sample is taken 15 minutes after zapping, 1 hour after, 2 hours after, 4 hours after, 8 hours and 12 hours after, in order to establish a rate of recovery. This would give a persona a much better idea of the amount of virus that is actively being produced in a day which is a much better indicator of viral activity.
Again, congratulations on the progress and may your success continue.