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Jul 28, 2003

Doctor Boyle,

When you say that patients with hiv can live relatively normal lives does this include growing old and holding a job. WHere have we come with the pills and what are the expectations of people with hiv? A family member of mine was diagnosed age 23, if she takes her pills what would be your expectations of her future?

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You provide only limited information, but presuming she is otherwise healthy and does not have advanced HIV disease, she should do very well and should be able to hold a job and do all of the things that HIV-negative people do



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