Oct 21, 2001
dear dr holodniy, can i live a normal life span with the new drug cocktails? my viral load is 68,000 and my t-cells went up to 535 from 435.what does this mean? i will be starting med with viracept and combivar in a few days. i hear different stories from all people. im 46 years old . can i live to a retirement age or will the meds only last 10 or 15 years like some people say? they say this is not a death sentence anymore, is this true? i work as a baggage handler for american airlines. im worried about the side effects. the one that bothers me the most is fa
Response from Dr. Holodniy
My prediction is that if you adhere to your regimen, you will make it to retirement age. MH
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