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Jeff G:
It would only be guessing if I were to try to predict a time line for a remission because it all depends on ART therapy success or how long it takes to achieve success .

Unless KS is effecting vital organs , waiting for the immune system to recover is most likely the course of action ... I have lived with it since 94 or 95 and with treatment it got better , so you are going to have to look at this as something that's going to take time , how long I don't know .   

Pozdudesh:
Hey Eddy,
I have similar issues about a year ago, I am a Chinese living in shanghai...
If u want to talk in private ,send me ur messenger or email..
Cheers
Chris

pauleddy:
mail  pev100@live.com

skype paulbangkok1

Thks

Pozdudesh:
Added u on skype...

pauleddy:
Very useful Chris, thanks.

a medical book says that keloid KS is very rare

I didn't know that there were variations of KS.

But, it seems that things will get better when the CD4 goes up, even though it could be months.

If anyone else has any ideas, pls msg me here

Thx

Eddy

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