Effects of light on T-cells in HIV-infected subjects are not dependent on history of seasonal affective disorder.

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In order to evaluate the effect of light on helper- and suppressor-T-cell counts in HIV-infected individuals, with and without a history of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), we treated 35 subjects with 45 min of light therapy in the morning, in a crossover design involving two 2 week treatment conditions: visible white light (half-peak band width, 530-620… (More)

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