|viral load pattern
May 27, 2007
can viral load come down on its own without meds
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Yes, certainly during acute infection. Then during chronic infection it can look like it's going down but not really be a a significant change because of assay variability. You don't indicate what the level of change was to determine whether it was significant or not.
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