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?YEARS BEFORE SYMPTOMS
Nov 27, 2001

They say that most people go many years without symptoms. I was just wondering on the average, how many years before most people have symptoms?

Response from Dr. Feinberg

On average, about 8-10 years until the development of AIDS, and more like 6-8 for minor HIV-associated problems like thrush.


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