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Feb 28, 2010

(REport Date : 10.2.2010. My Relative Blood Report is

CD4 + T Helper Cells Percentage f CD3 - 15.69% CD8 + T Helper Cells Percentage f CD3 - 76.92% Absolute CD8 + T Suppressor Cell Count- 250 cells per c.mm Absolute Lymphocyte Count - 510 cells per c.mm Total Leucocytes Count - 8600 Cells per C.mm Lymphocyte Percentage - 6% Absolute CD3 + Lymphocytes Count - 325 Cells per c.mm Absolute CD4+ Lymphocytes Count - 51 cells per c.mm Ratio CD4/CD8 - 0.2

What is the position of this guy ? if it is possible to recovery ?

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Recovery is definitely possible. Your CD4% is relatively good and your CD4 count is artificially low because your total lymphocyte count is low. You don't indicate whether your are on HIV treatment, but if you are not, you need to start immediately.



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