HIV infection - asymptomatic
When a person without symptoms should receive therapy remains controversial. People who are asymptomatic but who have CD4 lymphocyte counts of less than 200 should take treatment to suppress the HIV infection (called antiretroviral therapy). This therapy boosts the immune system and helps prevent opportunistic infections.
Most doctors also recommend antiretroviral therapy for some individuals with CD4 counts between 200 and 350, and perhaps...Read more
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