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New: HIV infected
Jun 26, 2000

My viral load was 265,739 per ml of blood. Now after 6 weeks of medication it is at 194 per ml of blood. I get checked again July 24. Hoping non-detectable. How long will it stay this way?

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Could stay undetectable for ever. Your response thus far is stellar. Should take another month or so to get to < 50. Keep up the good work on taking those meds.

MH



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