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Need some advice
Jun 16, 2013

Hello, I have written you before regarding cd4 counts. I wanted to know. If someone had hiv for over 9 years and was not being treated would it be likely that the normal blood counts would be off? Also would someone in the same case have a cd4 count of around or slightly over 800? Thank you in advance

Response from Dr. Holodniy

The answer is yes to both questions.



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