CD4 T-Cell Count and what is means

The CD4 T-Cell count (sometimes known as CD4 count) is an indicator of the immune function in patients who are infected with HIV. For users reading this who are not infected with HIV please note that it is NOT used in diagnosing a HIV infection. So by measuring a person’s CD4 count, we get an idea of how healthy his immune system is. In a person who is infected with HIV, the HIV virus infects and kills CD4 cells. As more and more CD4 cells die, a person’s immune system gets weaker and weaker until he/she develops AIDS. If no treatment is...

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