Talk:Signs and symptoms of HIV/AIDS

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I'm wondering if it bears clarifying what circumstances the statement that "The secondary stage of HIV infection can vary between two weeks and 20 years." applies. Does this include individuals who are receiving treatment? Because based on what I've read on other pages, in individuals who are being successfully treated it can last indefinitely, but the wording here seems to inaccurately imply that HIV will inevitably progress to AIDS within 20 years.Sissaroom (talk) 01:32, 24 June 2016 (UTC)