Experts from the joint United Nations programme on HIV has proposed to change the approach to treatment of HIV-infected people. Now medications get only people with the white blood cell count less than 500 per cubic millimetre of blood, writes the BBC. If, however, prescribe treatment immediately after diagnosis, mortality and complications are significantly fall.
To such conclusion scientists have led an experiment with 4685 infected people from 35 countries. Early administration of therapy reduced the risk of AIDS and death from this disease twice.
Note, the situation with human immunodeficiency virus in Russia is close to critical. In Britain yesterday released the first legal test for HIV. You can use it at home. 15 minutes can get preliminary information about the presence or lack of disease.