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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi J in NYC,HIV-associated fatigue is extremely common. That's why we have an entire expert forum devoted to the topic! The cause of HIV-associated fatigue often turns out to be multifactorial. That means there are several contributing... Read more »
Duke University Medical CenterYou have raised a very important point regarding lipodystrophy, that is, it occurred even before antiretroviral therapy was introduced. There are numerous descriptions of peripherl fat loss and centripedal fat accumulation from the early HIV... Read more »
The Cutting EdgeLipoatrophy can be related to a number of factors. There are very few long-enough surviving people without medications or other risk factors (age, insulin resistance, etc) to gum up data that would have to be gathered and evaluated to determine... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousHIV Causes AIDS -- And Knowing It Could Save Your Life
By San Francisco AIDS Foundation
While the global HIV/AIDS pandemic continues to rage, a small number of fringe groups have been aggressively promoting misinformation about AIDS. Some claim that... Read more »
Posted by bradfordThe way we address HIV is cause for concern.
The truth is that there are millions of people living to whom HIV has not caused illness and death. This information brings joy and hope to the heart of any person who has ever dreaded the onset of AIDS.
Ini... Read more »
Posted by TerryD, 6 Repliesafter much soul searching i have come to the conclusion that i am scared of HIV and have been running from it all this time. i am leaving my cult of dissedents and joining this new cult of beLIEvers. thank you.
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDespite overwhelming evidence that the human immunodeficency virus (HIV) causes the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), the notion that HIV is harmless (or does not exist!) continues to find a wide audience in the popular press, with... Read more »
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