Jun 9, 2006
what is the average or normal span between time of infection and when someone needs to begin meds. I understand everyone is different but what is the average?
Response from Dr. Young
You're right, there's a huge variability in the time between infection and starting medications. With current guidelines that suggest starting treatment with CD4s between 200 and 350, this time is around 7-8 years.
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