...., but they probably won't alter your fundamental outlook.
Yes, like Ivy mentioned, I don't adhere to look on the positive side of a chronic disease.
False positives can cast a vale on the reality of your life.
Let's use this fictitious example of false positives:
-I am healthy, I can eat/do/have what I want.
-I am healthy, but I get tired easily. I can eat/do/have what I want most of the time, but at least I can do it (false positive starts)
-I am healthy most of the time, I do eat/do/have what I want some of the time, but I try to focus on what I do in that moment (false positive deepens)
-I am sick most of time, I can't eat/do/have what I want most of time, but...hey, I manage (false positive)
- I am very sick, I can't eat/do/have what I want almost all time, but I have my family, it makes me feel good (what!? what does that positive have to do with your current situation. You family was always there. (false positive.)
Moral of the story, is false positives are seeing the bright side of a potential no positive situation. I don't buy those. I'm a realist.