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What is the viral rebound?

What is the viral rebound? Staying on antiretroviral therapy prevents HIV from multiplying. The viral load drops to an undetectable level. When treatment is stopped, viral reservoirs are reactivated and HIV begins …

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Viral load and surveillance

Viral load refers to the amount of HIV in your blood. Knowing your viral load can help your doctor monitor your illness and provide you with treatment schedules. This animation describes how …

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Viral replication

035 – Viral replication Paul Andersen explains how viruses reproduce using the lytic cycle. It also shows how viruses can capture new genetic materials and how retroviruses (such as HIV) can enter …

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