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|English term or phrase: to measure how many CD4+ cells you have. These cells are also called "T-helper"|
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Lise Boismenu, B.Sc.
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pour mesurer le taux de cellules CD4+- ces cellules sont aussi appelées cellules T auxiliaires
mesurer le taux
T helper cells are "good cells" they are not to be regarded as a threat (however they relefect the extent of the infection)
you cannot say "atteint de" when it is a disease fighting mechanism, "atteint de X" = struck with disease X
exp. medical editing work
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