acute hiv symptoms
Mar 28, 2002
some studies claim that as many as 90% of people who are infected of hiv develop acute hiv symptoms. what happens to the others? is it because that they did develop some kinds of symptoms, but were too mild to be noticed?
Response from Mr. Kull
It's possible that the symptoms were too mild to be noticed, and it is also possible that these people did not experience symptoms at all. There are always going to be outliers and exceptions to the rule, and in this case it's a minority of people.
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