How Late Can ARS Symptoms Appear

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Is it possible to have no symptoms until it is too late?

My husband died a year and half ago after a late diagnosis of AIDS. I've tried a few support groups for grieving but people questioned my story because he died so quickly. I know it was AIDS because it's on his death certificate. I would call his...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,Your husband's story is all too familiar. Yes, it is indeed possible to be essentially asymptomatic until a life-threatening opportunistic infection occurs and to succumb to that infection very quickly. In fact this was extremely common early... Read more »

When is it too late for ARVs?

Dear Dr YoungI have noticed that there is mostly information on when an HIV positive person can... Read more »

Late Symptoms

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Articles
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

HIV Transmission and High Rates of Late Diagnoses Among Adults Aged 50 Years and Over

... The authors of the current study aimed to describe the epidemiology and impact of late HIV diagnosis among older adults and to estimate the age at which they became infected. The research team undertook comparative Read more »
The Body

Have You Done It Lately?

...HIV, have been affected by HIV, or work in the field. Pamela K. Santos Yes, you read right. Have you done it lately? Have you gotten tested for HIV lately? That's the topic for an upcoming Vox Pop video for MTV's Staying Alive... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

United Kingdom: Fears Over Late HIV Diagnoses

... The United Kingdom recorded 7,298 new HIV diagnoses last year among people over age 15, and almost one-third tested late, the Health Protection Agency recently reported. An estimated 32 percent of diagnoses (n=2,310) were in people whose CD4... Read more »
Latino Commission on AIDS

On the Eve of World AIDS Day, the Latino Commission on AIDS Sounds the Alarm: Hispanic/Latinos Are Late Testers and Paying a Heavy Price

... On the Eve of World AIDS Day, the Latino Commission on AIDS Sounds the Alarm: Hispanic/Latinos Are Late Testers and Paying a Heavy Price November 30, 2009 Latinos account for 19.0% of people living with AIDS. Photo: Yanira Read more »
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