How Long Does Epoetin Alfa Take To Work
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AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastWell, that depends on the patient. For someone that has perfect adherence and no medication related side effects, they will work indefinitely. For someone with very poor adherence they don't work very well at all. For someone with mediocre... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolWell, it kinda depends on two things - #1; whether you're an optimist or a pessimist, and #2; how good I am at predicting the future. So, here are the issues.It is clear that about 5 years ago, with the principles we now use for treatment,... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Congratulations not only on being a 12-year veteran of this war and also for "falling" again. OK, so Mr. Happy isnt "responding" the way you "remember." Now assuming you are not remembering only those glorious... Read more »
North Shore University HospitalI am not sure it is immense, but it will do.As long as a person does not miss doses, once the virus is supppressed there is no reason the meds should stop working...if the virus can't grow it cannot mutate, if it cannot mutate it cannot escape.... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesMy girlfriend watched a video in school saying that it could take ten years, while testing every five months, to determine if you have AID's. Is there any truth to that? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi pals. I was wondering if anyone on the regimen: Viracept+Combivir has any idea how good this regimen is. I want to know what's the average period of time some of you have been on these meds for. I've been taking them for about 7 months and on... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesAfter one month on HAAART my loved ones counts are, in comparison to 100000 viral load and cd of under 20, the viral load is now 325 and cd4 is 35. I've heard it takes 3-6 months to get the viral load undetectable and longer to get the cd4 back over... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDr. David Ho: "It's terrific. I would say full speed ahead for this particular research program."
The results "are extremely encouraging and what many of us had hoped we's see when the trial started," echoed Dr. Robert Schooley.
"There's still a long... Read more »
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