Aug 21, 2006
If a person is medically defined to have "undectable" HIV for the last 5 years due to the success of their medication, what is the current research on life expectancy for this population group specificly related the HIV condition and not getting hit by a car.
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Although we don't still have really long term data yet to answer this question, the conventional wisdom is that a normal life expectancy is possible.
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