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FDA Updates Black Box Warning on Boehringer Ingelheim's Protease Inhibitor Aptivus to Treat Drug-Resistant HIVFDA and Boehringer Ingelheim on Friday updated the black box warning on Boehringer's protease inhibitor Aptivus, which is used in combination with Abbott Laboratories ' Norvir for people living with HIV/AIDS who have become resistant to other... Read more »
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Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusThanks for your curiosity,I'm glad that our site has been helpful to you.But there <i>have</i> been many questions similar, if not exactly the same as yours. Also, each and every one of our forum experts spends a lot of time finding... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Russell,I'm a sports nut too, but I must admit I never understood the fascination of boxing. It seems more barbaric than sportsmanlike to me. I never made it past Rocky I (and I think I fell asleep during that one), but I did enjoy... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHIYou cannot get HIV in this manner. Even if someone with HIV handled the box prior to you there would have to be fresh blood on the box. The timing does not allow for HIV transmission to occur. HIV begins to die once it leaves the body and is... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiHIV dies once it is outside of the body. Two days old the HIV would most definitely be dead and unable to infect. Also you would have to have an open wound and have immediate direct exchange of body fluid.In your instance and from what you have... Read more »
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Posted by smilingwil, 3 RepliesI know this forum is not really sports oriented but figured this is another highly debatable topic regarding HIV, that many members might be able to shine some light on. It's about former heavy weight champion boxer Tommy Morrison. Tommy was one of... Read more »
Posted by renevatio, 2 RepliesHello all.
I was diagnosed on July 20, with confirmation on the 22nd via WB.
I was headed to Hawaii the following morning of my test. So you can imagine the plane ride over. Ugh. The good news was that I got to kinda put off some of the pain in a... Read more »
Posted by Nebulous, 1 ReplyThe moral of the story is get tested and then be safe. And if you get lucky, don' t push your luck.
If you're not, brother you have my deepest empathy and sympathy. You really are in my thoughts and prayers.
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Posted by NumbedDown, 5 RepliesHi,
I'm pretty much in a state of shock still. When I saw that checked mark next to the Positive box, my heart sank. Body went numb. Adding insult to injury, my best friend was waiting outside for me at the clinic today. In short, I've been... Read more »
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