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Do Chills Mean I Have AIDS

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Damnit dude, I love you! Dr.Bob= kickass man! Everyone worried about hiv needs to totally chill out!!!

For a while I was worried that I was infected with hiv, and i was 100% sure I had it! I had almost every symptom in the book and was suffering for about 2-3 weeks so i went in for a checkup and it turns out i have mono hahah! Although the girl i had...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi TNT,TNT, thanks for your dynamite post (so to speak).Here's an easy way to summarize the Bobinator's philosophy:Yesterday is done, tomorrow is a mystery.Today is a gift. That's whyThey call it the "present."Use your... Read more »

Having ARS mean your immune system stronger?

Hi,I seroconverted in May, and had severe ARS, with symptoms lasting thirty days - (Fever, chills,... Read more »

Follow-up on son (PWA) chills for over 9 months

As a mother of a son with AIDS, thank you for answering my earlier question. Recent blood tests... Read more »
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Chilling Effect: How Do Researchers React to Controversy?

In 2003, 10 National Institutes of Health research grants came under intense scrutiny as Congress exercised its oversight duties regarding the agency's budget. Eight of the 10 NIH grants addressed sexual risk behavior, as did the majority of the... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

HIV/AIDS Awareness Takes Central Stage at Fort Lauderdale Event

On Saturday at Fort Lauderdale's David Deal Play Day in Joseph C. Carter Park, attendees heard chilling statistics about the impact of HIV/AIDS on the African-American community. Organizers brought pamphlets about the disease, together with HIV... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Iranian Doctors' Conviction Could Damage Public Health

The Dec. 31 conviction of two pioneering Iranian HIV/AIDS doctors could have a chilling effect on scholarly exchanges, research, and disease prevention, experts say. In June, brothers Kamiar and Arash Alaei were arrested and later tried on charges... Read more »
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HIV/AIDS Community Spotlight: People Who Made a Difference in 2011

Table of Contents Naina Khanna: Ensuring That Positive Women Get Their Due by Any Means Necessary The Positive Justice Project: Trying to Decriminalize HIV, One Case at a Time Ingrid Floyd: Meeting Harlem and the South Bronx Where They Are... Read more »
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KALKIN are you PAULB? If so Chill the @#$% out!

Posted by Anonymous
Paul or Kalkin...chill out! I don't understand you! You have been to more than one HIV Specialist and yet you refuse to accept their advice and instead choose to believe the advice of some hack passing off as a GP on ICQ no less! You are losing... Read more »

A Real Chill in the air...

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Reading the story of INFECTED truly brings a chill to me..I agree with the person who is looking for more information as to how this could have happened. This could and should be a learning experience.

I called the CDC last night and they... Read more »

I don't mean to bother... But...

Posted by Anonymous
First off, let me begin this by saying that I do not intend to offend or bother anyone by this post. I am not HIV/AIDS positive. I am doing a study for college on HIV/AIDS and how people live with it, how they maybe discriminated against for having... Read more »

chill out

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
Well, this is for all you ww out there. The last three months of my life have been terrible due to one horrible mistake I made in las vegas. I slept with a girl I didnt even know after a drunken night in the club and I didnt use protection. The next... Read more »