CD4+ T cell levels dictate when an HIV patient begins drug therapy, but the diagnostic test presently requires full laboratory facilities. In the last year, the emergence of disposable, affordable, point-of-care tests has resulted in a method for determining CD4 levels in HIV patients that can be used in even the most remote geographical locations.
HIV diagnosis changes course | Laboratory News
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