Nov 17, 2004
I have had HIV for six years and my T cells are 693. Do I need a flu shot this year?
| Response from Dr. Horwath
Yes, the flu vaccine will protect you from complications of a serious case of influenza. Even with a good CD4 count, you are at somewhat higher risk from the flu than most other people.
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