Nov 24, 2007
Is there any possibility that if once hiv virus enters into the blood and remains without reproducing?????
Response from Dr. Holodniy
It must reproduce to some extent for infection to get established. However, depending on one's underlying genetics, the virus could in theory be controlled sufficiently to remain latent and not reproduce.
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