Jan 29, 2004
The classification of defining aids in the united states is a cd4 @ 200 or below , my question is what is the European classification of defining aids thanks, jerry
Response from Dr. Moyle
The same list of opportunistic diseases and tumours but no CD4 criteria. This is because we have universal state coverage in europe. An AIDS diagnosis is required to access many state/government services in the US. I think its called shutting the gate after the horse has bolted regards Graeme Moyle
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