What Happens When The New Hiv Cell Leaves The Infected Host Cell
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,HIV is an extremely tiny piece of genetic material that gets integrated into the genetic material of host cells (CD4 cells, for example). HIV does not survive without viable host cells. Hence, when HIV and/or HIV-infected cells are outside of the... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolI don't believe there is enough published to say definitively what happens to white cells during the acute retroviral syndroma/primary HIV infection. In general, in viral infections, the white blood cell count typically does go down; this is... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineBy decreasing significantly number of new infectious HIV particles propagation of HIV infection with then body (infection of new target cells such as CD4 T-helper cells) is greatly diminished. Cell to cell transmission of HIV overall less of a... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Pat,Thanks for your kind comments.The results of the OZ1 stem cell gene therapy phase II clinical trial were exciting and encouraging in equal measure. Dr. Ron Mitsuyasu at UCLA is an excellent HIV/AIDS/oncologist physician specialist who has... Read more »
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Posted by tobeabetterman, 2 RepliesHi experts , I post this one because I read something from another famous forum and find many people confused on it ( including me , once have a same anxiety ).
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI have consistantly tested negative on several tests over the past two years. However, I keep getting symptoms of hiv and my t cells are lurking around the 400 range. I have more test results comminmg back on feb 4th.
Is there anyone else out there... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHI, my son's father is HIV+ and has HEPc also.. his viral count is undecectable and t-cell count has always been around 400+..he started interferon for the hepc about 4 weeks ago. 2 weeks ago he had blood drawn and his T cell count was under 300..... Read more »
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