|if you don't take medicine for HIV or AIDS?
Jul 26, 2006
If you don't take medicine for HIV or AIDS how long do you live?
| Response from Dr. Conway
In the days before effective treatments were available, the average time from the initial diagnosis of HIV infection in someone without symptoms and a relatively well preserved immune system to the development of full blown AIDS was 10-12 years. With full blown AIDS, the life expectancy in the absence of any treatment is, on average, 2 years.
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