Dec 26, 2004
I tested HIV+ in February 2004 and currently am doing ok without meds (T-cells 553, VL, 27,500). Why is it that some of my friends on meds with VL's that are undetectable still have very low T-cell counts (around 200-250)? Why don't the t-cell counts make more significant improvement?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Depends on the amount of immune system damage before treatment started, their underlying immune system genetics, the type of virus they have among other factors.
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