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How Long Can You Live with Full Blown AIDS?

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In 2013, we do not refer to it as 'full blown' AIDS. It was discovered that a person who takes their medication regularly can live a seemingly long and healthy life. It depends on how many T-cells you have. The lower the count of T-cells and the higher your viral load is, the sicker you may become.
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AIDS is the syndrome caused by the HIV virus and is the end stage of the disease. In full blown AIDS the immune system functions very little if at all. The patient is susceptible
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This is the final phase of HIV. Because of the unique way in which HIV attacks and disarms
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that is an old discription not used much anymore. full blown was when your hiv started showing symptoms, like weight loss, rashes, resp problems.
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Death is no longer a symptom thanks to Anti Retroviral Medications. my son has HIV AIDS Cancer and Hep c. there is no particular set of syptoms. HIV is considered to be full blown
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