|A Healthy CD4 Count
Jan 2, 2006
Dear Dr. Holodniy, I have currently been HIV positive for ten years. My initial CD4 count was 110 when I first tested with a viral load near 100,000. I have remained undetectable almost from the beginning on my therapy. I am currently undetectable with a CD4 of 364. In as much as you could tell me, would this be considered healthy for an HIVer? I have had no HIV related illnesses.
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Healthy enough to keep you out of trouble from any HIV associated complications. Keep up the good work.
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