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Low CB4 or (CD4) Cells
Jun 2, 2006

My partner was diagnosed with AIDS. He had not been tested prior to. His cell count was at 3 in November and now at 12 but he is healthy and active. Can you explain this for me? His doctor and a case worker did not understand.

Response from Dr. Wohl

Luck.

He is at risk for bad things to happen. That they have not yet is fortunate. But, the time to tempt fate has passed and he needs to improve his odds for staying active and healthy by improving his CD4 cell count with medications that can control his HIV.

DW



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