CD4 and CD8 percentage in primary infection
Jul 14, 2004
How soon after infection does the CD4-CD8 ratio usually reverse?
Is it then likely to remain reversed during "latent" stage?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
This depends on many factors, the underlying immune system of the person just infected, and the type of HIV strain that was transmitted and caused infection. Some people go for years, and others just a few months.
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