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Can AIDS Cause A High Aso Titer Level?

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High Syphilis Titers and HIV Coinfection

I tested positive for HIV in the early 1980s. I have been on HAART, and my HIV viral load is currently undetectable and my CD4 is in the 300-400 range. However, I contracted syphilis in the late 1990, and since then my syphilis titers have...
Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Response from Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Stanford University, School of Medicine
This likely not a false positive, and could represent adequately treated neurosyphilis in someone with HIV infection, or treatment failure. It doesn't sound like you are having any symptoms. Unfortunately it is very difficult to determine which... Read more »

Hepatitis B Titer Level

Is there a shot i can recieve that would elevate my hepatits b titer level? I have already recieved... Read more »

Titer shows immunity, can I get the HBV, I'm at a very high risk

1. Is it possible to acquire accute HBV after HB antbody level is >10, how unlikely is it? After... Read more »

Global HIV Prevalence has Levelled off; AIDS Is Among the Leading Causes of Death Globally and Remains the Primary Cause of Death in Africa

Geneva -- New data show global HIV prevalence -- the percentage of people living with HIV -- has levelled off and that the number of new infections has fallen, in part as a result of the impact of HIV programmes. However, in 2007 33.2 million [30.6... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

U.N. General Assembly High-Level Meeting to Review Progress Made Against HIV/AIDS Pandemic

Representatives from about 127 countries, including more than 30 ministers from HIV/AIDS programs worldwide, on Thursday are scheduled to gather at the 2005 U.N. General Assembly High-Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS in New York City to review the... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

U.N. High Level Meeting on AIDS to Review Progress in Fighting Disease

World leaders are expected to review progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS worldwide during the United Nations 2008 High Level Meeting on AIDS , scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday in New York, the Washington Post reports (Lynch, Washington... Read more »
Seattle Treatment Education Project

Study of High Blood Insulin Levels With Body Changes

There have been great improvements in the health and life-span of persons with HIV who are treated with potent anti-HIV therapies. However, there is increasing concern about metabolic changes. The metabolic changes that have been seen include... Read more »
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HIV Causes AIDS -- And Knowing It Could Save Your

Posted by Anonymous
HIV 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 steelah343, 1 Reply
I just recently had an HIV test for the first time. I'm currently waiting results.
The impetus for the test was an increase in liver enzyme levels, which my doctor tells me have doubled (from 20s to 40s) in the past two years.

Again, I'm not certain... Read more »

Trying to be complete, scared on many levels. Hope I'm wrong and just crazy.

Posted by terrorized, 6 Replies
So here we go. This is quite the story, but maybe some here have been in similar positions.

I am 34 years old, seperated from my wife for 2 years, and just left a relationship with a 21 year old girl I met at college who I know now is a highly... Read more »

High VL/High CD4: what to do?

Posted by Anonymous, 7 Replies
Hi from Italy.
I'm HIV+ since Feb 00 and I discovered my status in June.
Since then I have regularly checked my situation having always high VL (from 60K to 240K) and high CD4 (from 750 to 1000).
My last analysis are VL: 200K and CD4: 907.
My doctor is... Read more »