May 21, 2007
how does the hiv-infection affect the immune system
| Response from Dr. Young
HIV infects and causes the destruction of CD4 cells- an very important cell in the immune system itself.
Over time, CD4 cells decline to the point where the immune system is not able to fight off certain infections and cancers. BY
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