Do HIV/AIDS Infected People Get Older Faster
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Mikel,Hopefully the information below will help with your interview. By the way, HIV "daddies" can still be hot! Stay well.Dr. Bobdata & longevityJun 22, 2007 Hi: thank you for all the insightfull information. I am compelled to... Read more »
AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastHello Rob, thanks for posting. Some people with HIV infection mount a weak immune response to the virus, have high viral loads, lose CD4 cells rapidly, and progress to AIDS much faster than the average 10 years. Others have relatively stable... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineNot alot of studies on this issue. It is usually assumed that those infected people with such high CD4 counts, usually have low or undetectable viral loads, indicating an immune system with better capability to contain viral replication. It has... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramThank you for your questions.There are a number of tests that can be used to diagnose HIV infection. Letme review each of these tests, and when they normally turn positive afterinfection.By far, the most common are the antibody tests. These are... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyMy mother was just diagnosed with HIV --she's 65 for god's sake! She said she had sex with a man she met in Florida five years ago--someone her age. No one told her she had to use protection. Are there any other people out there with parents with... Read more »
Posted by crabman, 3 RepliesI know that many of us are now 'older'. This was an attachment in one of my emails today. It covers some of the additional things that those of us that are older with HIV need to keep in mind concerning our health. While this is geared toward... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousThe New York Times, June 15, 2001, Page B1
The Big City: In 80's, Fear Spread Faster Than AIDS
By JOHN TIERNEY
IN July of 1988, at the height of the AIDS epidemic, the estimated number
of cases in New York City suddenly plummeted. The city health... Read more »
Posted by aNewBeginning, 1 ReplyI learned I am HIV positive on 2/03/10. I met with my infectious disease doctor two days.
I would like to hear from older guys who are dealing with HIV.
Have a great day.
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