|Virus In Water
Jan 29, 2002
When we talk about how infectious the infected blood is when exposed to air, we normally know that the HIV virus dies after the blood dries up.
But what about if the blood is present in a bottle of mineral water? And I drank it? I mean the blood won't be able to dry up in this case, so will the HIV virus also die in this case?
Please reply as I have post this question over and over again! I beg you reply!
Response from Rabbi Sacks-Rosen
Lo más probable es que al reiniciar el tratamiento su carga viral vuelva a ser indetectable y sus CD4 vuelvan a las cifras anteriores, aunqu esto no lo sabemos a ciencia cierta y es probablemente uno de los objetivos del estudio en el que participa.
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