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Danish HIV Patients Can Live as Long as the General Population When Treated Optimally, University of Copenhagen Study  
12/1/2011 12:52:49 PM

Researchers who have been following Danish HIV patients for more than fifteen years now see that the patients may live as long as other Danes if they take their medicine. "It is my impression that patients often ask themselves a range of questions: 'What are my long-term prospects? Will I be dead in five years' time? Will the disease cause brain damage? Will I have heart trouble'?" says Professor Niels Obel, the University of Copenhagen and Rigshospitalet.