Apr 16, 1999
Thanks for your response. There was some fault of my part in formulating the question due to my lack of proficiency in English. What I meant to say was that from the Q&A I read seems to be a positive correlation between some sympthoms and HIV infection. In other place I read some statistics saying that in about 90% of the cases fever (unexplained) is present, unexplained pain in muscles and joints (70% of the cases) swollen glands (40% ) etc. In a web site of UCSF treatment is recomended despite negative PCR and negative Elisa based on history (kind of exposure) and clinical study of the pacient.
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Glad you clarified that. MH
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