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Ward 86's RAPID Project: Rapid ART Initiation upon Diagnosis
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Ward 86's RAPID Project: Rapid ART Initiation upon Diagnosis
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Rapid ART Program Initiative for new Diagnoses
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Why Do We Need An Immediate Treatment Initiative?
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Even After 10 Years of Effective ART, Many Don't Obtain A Normal CD4+ T Cell Count
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Why Do We Need An Immediate Treatment Initiative?
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Why Do We Need An Immediate Treatment Initiative?
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Why Do We Need An Immediate Treatment Initiative?
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Rapid ART Program Initiative for new Diagnoses
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Pilot Phase (Acutes)
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Acute HIV Infection
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RAPID: On-Call Care
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Antiretroviral Drugs
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Patients Not Eligible for Ward 86 Care
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First Patient...
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Achnowledgements
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I. Low-level Viral Replication Persists Despite Long-Term ART
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Raltegravir Intensification Led to Significant Decrease in D-dimer
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II. Earlier Initiation of ART During Acute Infection Leads To Decreased On-Treatment Immune Activation
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III. Earlier Initiation of ART During Acute Infection Lead to Prolonged Control of HIV in the absence of ART
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IV. Immediate Initiation of ART during Hypercute infection (Fiebig Stages I-III) May Protect TCM Cellss from Being Infected
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Acute HIV Infection
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Fiebig Stages
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Fiebig Stages
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Acute HIV Infection
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IV. Stepwise Increase in HIV DNA Levels by Fiebig Stage
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IV. Immediate Initiation of ART During Hypercute Infection (Fiebig Stages I-III) May Protect TCM Cells from Being Infected
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