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ny10001
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Re: Kaposi's Sarcoma Question
      08/05/05 11:53 AM

It would be very unusual for someone to have KS after two years of HIV. The average time from HIV infection to AIDS is 10 years; HOWEVER, anything between 2 or 3 at the low end and 20 at the high end are not considered atypical. 10 years simply happens to be the average.

If you're sure it's only been 2 years, I doubt you have KS.

Don't panic. I know it's frustrating and frightening. Your T-cells would have to be really low before you could have KS.

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* Kaposi's Sarcoma Question dallas73guy 08/04/05 09:24 PM
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. * Re: Kaposi's Sarcoma Question ScotCharles   08/05/05 01:23 PM
. * Re: Kaposi's Sarcoma Question ny10001   08/05/05 11:53 AM
. * Re: Kaposi's Sarcoma Question dallas73guy   08/05/05 08:50 PM

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