Posts Tagged ‘viral setpoint’

January 8th, 2012

Journal Club: In Early HIV Infection, Little Reason to Delay Therapy

Every experienced HIV clinician will recognize the following new-patient scenario: At least one, but often several negative HIV antibody tests in the past, generally due to being in a “high risk” group. Recent non-specific viral-type illness that, in hindsight, was undoubtedly acute HIV infection, undiagnosed. Now completely recovered, but found to be newly HIV antibody positive. […]

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