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T Cell Count of 200- can you live for 5 years.
Mar 2, 2001

Dr. Dezube, can you explain to me if your T cell count was close to two hundred is there any way you could live over 5 years from taking the meds? Thank you

Response from Dr. Dezube

The answer to your question is a very emphatic YES. I have many many such patients in my practice. I have patients in my practice whose CD4 counts have risen from the single digits to a value in the normal range.

Recurrent symptoms (sweats, smells); is my lymphoma back?
red spot on big toe - kaposi sarcoma?

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