|What is the Chance?
Aug 12, 1999
Dr. Holodniy, what is the percent chance that someone could 1) be infected with HIV, 2) have non-stop ARS for five solid months since exposure, and 3) have a viral load of less than 50 copies/ml at five months since exposure WITHOUT ever having taken any anti-viral medications? In short, what is the percent chance that ALL of the above items could be true at the SAME time for a person?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
You certainly could have 1 and 2, but probably not 3. Way less than 1 %. MH
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