Viral loads in those who don't produce antibodies
Aug 20, 2003
In rare cases, when someone does not produce antibodies in response to HIV infection(for example, due to agammaglobulinemia or just an atypical host response), do you tend to see higher levels of virus?
Response from Dr. Young
These cases are so rare, that I'm not sure of any data that answers this question. BY
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