|Incubation Period of Cryptococcal Meniningitis
Mar 7, 2001
What is the normal gestation period for cryptococcal meniningitis? From the time cryptococcal meningitis enters one's system, how long can a person live without proper treatment and diagnosis?
Response from Dr. Feinberg
An HIV+ person would survive for a limited period of time without treatment, no more than a month or two at best.
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