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Author Topic: Some interesting lessons  (Read 1586 times)

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Offline SASA39

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Oct.     `06.  CD4=58  ?    %       VL not perform. ?!?
25.Dec.`06.         203       14        VL= 0
29.May.`07.    broken device        VL=1363
20.June`07     broken device        VL=0
25.Dec `07  CD4=582                  VL=70
14.May `08  CD4=448
29.July `08                                  VL=0
26.Nov `08  CD4=674                    VL=179
16.Mar `09  CD4=554                    VL=0
19.Jan`10 CD4=715               
03.Mar`10                                    VL=0
24.Aug`10 CD4=524                     VL=0
04.Dec`10 CD4=626                     VL=0
15.Sep`11                                   VL=93
17.Nov`11                                   VL=0
05/26 .Jul`12 CD4=713                 VL=0
28.Nov`12 CD4=916                     VL=0
09.May`13                                 VL=0

Offline bimazek

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Re: Some interesting lessons
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2007, 06:09:05 PM »
CD8 cells (T-suppressor or killer T cells) There are two main types of CD8 cells. T-suppressor cells inhibit or suppress immune responses. Killer T cells attack (“kill”) cancerous cells and cells infected with viruses. A normal CD8 cell count is about 300–1,000 cells. CD8 cell counts usually rise over time in HIV+ people, but why and how these increases relate to the health of your immune system is not well understood. 


i found this on one of your links...
what caught my eye is i have a theory or i read something in one of lots that i read that said...

the immune system and actually every system in body has the ability or measure the size or mass of each individual organ in some amazing way that the scientists dont understand completely... and in some cases it takes action to fix the size shortfall

for example...

maybe this is why   " CD8 cell counts usually rise over time in HIV+ people, but why and how these increases relate to the health of your immune system is not well understood."  ...

perhaps body senses that some of cd8s are getting disfunctional

so the body increases the size of the army of cd8 cells




 


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