|Translation to Spanish
Mar 9, 2006
@Is it possible someone could translate this to spanish?
My partner & HIV Mar 4, 2006
My partner who is hispanic is HIV for two years. His doctor tells him he will be in a clinic in 10 years. He has had HIV for 2 years. So he thinks in 8 years he will be in a clinic. Is 10 years that max for HIV people. His medication is working fine. Can you he live a long happy life as long as his meds keep working?
Response from Dr. Henry
Many patients have been doing well on treatment for 10 years now with no end in sight. It is starting to look like for many patiens on treatment and doing well, that life will be extended for many decades (we are hoping for even more than 20-30 years). Though I don't know for sure even for my patients and I don't have the details involving your partner, I expect most of my patients to be doing well HIV-wise way beyond 10 years. KH
Response from Dr. Santana
Estimado Amig@; Muchos pacientes en tratamiento se encuentran extremadamente bien y por espacio de mas de 10 años.Tal parece, que para muchos pacientes en tratamiento estable, la sobrevida de la enfermedad sobrepasara decadas (tenemos la esperanza de 20-30 años).Aunque al momento no puedo estar seguro para muchos de mis pacientes y en el caso suyo en especifico desconozco los detalles de su parej@, yo espero que la mayoria de mis pacientes esten bien desde el punto de vista de VIH por mucho mas de 10 años. Dr. Santana/para Dr. Keith Henry
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