Re:high T-Suppressor cells
Jul 29, 2009
dr keith when you said that high t_suppressor cells might be another immune function disturbance, does this means its bad? does this usually happen or have u had any patiuents with this type? so whats the best thing to do? thanks.
Response from Dr. Henry
The clinical relevance of a higher CD8 cell count is unclear to me. There is no specific therapy/intervention for that. Effective ART will often help restore balance between helper and suppressor cells. KH
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