Biology Of Hiv
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Posted by stupidgirl, 2 RepliesFirst day back to college. My first lab for my biology class was today. Take a sick guess what it was on........The spread of HIV. Now take another guess who just happened to get the anonymously infect cup.....That's right I had the cup or the guy i... Read more »
Posted by thom26Hello,
My name is Thomas Nesbitt and I am doing an extensive research project for a senior biology class on HIV/AIDS. I am looking for people preferably with AIDS, but if you just have HIV currently, it is perfectly fine. Any response helps. Please... Read more »
Posted by paman1964Do not let the Jerry falwell lovers try to fool you that HIV is a curse! HIV is a biological bug that has to be nicked in the bud!
I willl debate him on any issue that there is to fight about!
The point I want to make is that we should never give HIV... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyMy dad was diagnosed with hiv four years ago, and died about a month ago from aids related complications at 62. My family decided to keep it a family secret.
Over the years, my brother's wife somehow overhead conversations between myself and my... Read more »
Posted by judyAs few as 10 years ago, AIDS was considered an automatic death sentence. From the time a person developed full-blown AIDS to the time of death was generally a couple of years or less. Thanks to new medications, the face of HIV/AIDS is changing... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Alex Jones is a rightwing wingnut conspiracy theorist who enjoys sensationalism. His stories, including the one you mention, lack not only credible evidence but also common sense. No, this was not in the archives previously as this site does... Read more »
Washington University, St. Louis School of MedicineMuch of this depends on the type of sexual activity. The vaginal mucosa is a better barrier than the rectal mucosa. Men frequently transmit HIV and other STD's to each other via rectal intercourse. The rectal mucosa is relatively thin, bleeds... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello NTJ,This is an HIV information site and not really a biology 101 class, so I'll be very brief. The rectum is the final part of the intestinal tract. It's 4-5 inches long and passes through the pelvic cavity to the anus. The anus is... Read more »
Biological and Demographic Causes of High HIV and Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevalence in Men Who Have Sex With MenMen who have sex with men (MSM) are disproportionately affected by HIV. MSM and heterosexual networks are distinguished by biologically determined sexual role segregation among heterosexual individuals but not among MSM, and by anal/vaginal... Read more »
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Socioeconomic, Biological Factors Placing Women in Pakistan at Increased Risk of HIV, Health Minister SaysWomen in Pakistan are at increased risk of contracting HIV because of socioeconomic and biological factors, Minister of Health Muhammad Nasir Khan said recently at a workshop at Quaid-i-Azam University in Islamabad, Pakistan, The International... Read more »
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