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When (at what CD4 count) can KS Lesions develop?

Just trying to clear up some confusion as it seems that there is different information on this matter everywhere I look. When can KS Lesions generally begin to develop after infection with HIV? I've heard that KS is an opportunistic...
Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Response from Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Harvard Medical School
You ask a good question regarding the timing of KS. Certain opportunistic infections such as pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP) and CMV retinitis don't occur until the CD4 count falls. In the case of PCP, most patients have CD4 < 200; in the... Read more »

How long does it take a KS lesion to develop

I just want to know how long does it take for a kaposis sarcoma to occur, the actual sore. Dont... Read more »

dear lord help me hpv lesions (HPV and HIV, 2009)

Hi i am 23 yrs old and about 6 months ago was diagnosed with genital warts. I also have some... Read more »
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The Clinton Health Access Initiative, UNITAID, and the U.K.'s Department for International Development (DFID) "said on Tuesday [they] had secured price reductions on key AIDS drugs for HIV-positive patients in poorer countries," Reuters reports.... Read more »
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RASH - bottom line

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
What is the bottom line on the rash. I hear measel-like and spotted, macularpoplar (or something like that) which involves samll, raised lesions. Most of these are on the upper trunk, neck, and face. Then, I hear sunburn-like rash. Gosh, these are... Read more »

Test GUIDE LINE from CDC

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How long after a possible exposure should I wait to get tested for HIV?

The tests commonly used to detect HIV infection actually look for antibodies produced by your body to fight HIV. Most people will develop detectable antibodies within 3 months... Read more »

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recent news on late seroconversion: read last line

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Morpeth et al also described a single unusual case in which an individual did not develop an antibody response for one year after first having a viral load of more than 10 million copies/mL. This... Read more »