Whats The Difference Between Hiv And Full Blown Aids

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FULL BLOWN AIDS/please answer

what does full blown aids mean?Is there a number that states that.I have 47 tcell and 713,000 copies of hiv virus in my body.Is that considered full blown???please answer.thanks
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

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