May 3, 2006
Is there such a thing as "Super-Infection". Can one be infected with more than one strain of HIV? Thanks in advance for your answer to this question?
| Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post.
In short, yes. While not common, super-infection with a second strain of HIV can occur. (This is a reason why I recommend that my HIV+ patients practice safe habits). BY
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