Stages Of Hiv Entering A Cell
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University of Kansas Medical CenterThe issues raised by your question are more complex than whether you may develop resistance when stopping your treatment. Certainly that is one of the risks you will be assuming if you choose to become a subject in a study. There are other risks as... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolGrazie PR - a pleasure to hear from you on the other side of the pond... Your history and review is very helpful. And the answer need only be a brief YES to the change. Tenofovir or Viread has no problems with neuropathy and appears to be just as... Read more »
North Shore University HospitalThe relationship between penetration of HIV drugs into the central nervous system (including the brain) and risk of either developing central nervous system disease or reversing existing cognitive deficits has not been clearly and definitively... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAMFAR AIDS HANDBOOK (Chapter 4, Page 53 )
There are four stages to HIV disease
1) Acute Infection Stage (500-1200 CD4s)- begins immediately after hiv enters the body and starts multiplying in infected cells. Acute infection ends about 2-6 weeks... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousDoes anyone know if early HIV infection has any impact on WBC numbers? DO they do up unpon infection or do they down down?????
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