Can A Person With Hiv Apply For Ssi
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Posted by Mssimone, 4 RepliesFound out I was HIV pos November 8th 2006 now Im 5 months pregnant.
The doctor determain I got infected around June of 06.
My ex boyfriend Of a year was the only person I was seeing, I left him because he was very abusive towards me.
Im getting... Read more »
Posted by soimnotalone, 1 ReplyLast year I posted with tears the fact that I may not be eligible for SSI/SSDI because I was gaining weight and feeling better according to the case worker and that I may not qualify...this was b4 the final determination. Days later I called back... Read more »
Posted by alivehoping, 1 Replyfinally a word from ssa,my case will be heard in front of an alj sometime this summer,hopefully i get it.hiv,side effects,cronic hep c,tore knee ligament,back problems,neuropath problems,stress,all this has got to do something,and with viral... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousHey People,
I am 38 years old black male HIV/Aids diagnosis since 1-26-99. I am very lonely. Looking for some personal ads or chat lines on the net that are HIV pos friendly where I could possible meet someone with my status for a serious... Read more »
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Worldwide Benefits for Fox, Inc.I am sorry that you were denied Social Security benefits. However, this is common regardless of the nature of one's disability. It is common to denied the first time you apply. I encourage you to appeal the denial and apply again.... Read more »
HelpWithBenefits.comI have no idea what physicians are paid, and, personally, I don't believe they are paid to deny people. Social Security (SSA) does not ask a treating physician if his/her patient is disabled or not. In fact, if a doctor says the patient is... Read more »
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Estimating Sexual Transmission of HIV From Persons Aware and Unaware That They Are Infected With the Virus in the USANew HIV infections stem from both people who are aware they are HIV-positive (about 75 percent of infected persons in the United States) and HIV-positive people who are unaware they carry the virus (about 25 percent of infected persons in the United... Read more »
Risk-Based Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Testing Fails to Detect the Majority of HIV-Infected Persons in Medical Care SettingsIn order to assess opportunities for early HIV diagnosis in a comprehensive public health care system, the researchers undertook a retrospective review of patients newly diagnosed with HIV from September 2001 to December 2003. Of 348 patients newly... Read more »
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