|What could the future hold?
Jan 3, 2000
I tested positive a year ago this past July. My Viral load was 353,000 and my CD4 count was 300. Within six months I had a viral load below 50 and a CD4 count of 856. I am just wondering what my life expectancy could be. I know each case is different. I am just thinking if I go ahead and finish school over the next few years and then get sick and die. Or should I just quit and live life. I am wondering if I am wasting my time. I know this is partly a personally decision, but just from your objective end, what should I do?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Finish school and keep on truckin. MH
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