|Is it common?
Aug 4, 2001
Is it common for a person to be positive for hiv for 6months to a year and have an undetectable viral load with no meds?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
It is not common (certainly < 5%), but clearly described and seen by many practitioners.
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