I Have Malaria Does That Mean I Have Aids
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Global Fund Against AIDS, TB, Malaria Gives US$33 Million to Indonesia, Philippines, Pacific IslandsThe UN-administered Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria announced Thursday it will give $33 million to Indonesia, the Philippines and several Pacific islands to aid the fight against the three diseases. The money will be divided into... Read more »
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Stanford University, School of MedicineYou don't indicate what tests were performed then that were positive and whether any such tests (particularly a HIV western blot) have been repeated, and whether your CD4 count and viral load have been monitored actively since.... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineSounds like you have had great responses to HIV and HBV treatment. You don't indicate when you had malaria in the past, what kind of malaria it was, and what kind and whether you received treatment. There are some forms if not properly treated... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineYou have multiple good news points:1. You have a non-detectable viral load on Atripla2. You are responding beautifully to HCV treatment and have a high chance of cure due to the rapid response at 4 weeks.3. You are in remission for lymphoma. Since... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousFirst off, let me begin this by saying that I do not intend to offend or bother anyone by this post. I am not HIV/AIDS positive. I am doing a study for college on HIV/AIDS and how people live with it, how they maybe discriminated against for having... Read more »
Posted by notanonymous, 1 Replywell, first of all based on your test you are hiv negative. some of the responses you are getting are from aids realists/dissidents. they do not believe that hiv exists. they hang around on this board and use crafty language about tests are false,... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHIV/AIDS doesn't have a set pattern. Not ever person infected is going to test positive. 8.5 weeks after infection, or 6 months after infection. Most people who test positive do so after being infected years, and after their health has declined... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliesi am negative but wanted to ask something.
on the report from quest and under the term - TEST NAME,
it states .....
HIV-1 AB W/CONFIRM.,NY
HIV-1 AB, EIA
it says non-reactive, no HIV-1 antibodies dectected.
what does AB mean?
what does W/CONFIRM mean?
did... Read more »
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