new thinking on when to start HIV therapy

The latest HIV treatment guidelines give some new thinking on when to start HIV therapy.

HIV therapy should be started right away for all symptomatic and newly infected patients.

The big change is to DELAY therapy for ASYMPTOMATIC patients who have been infected for longer than 6 months.

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