Do The Health Departments List People With Hiv
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Florida HIV/AIDS Advocacy Groups, Health Departments to Increase HIV Awareness Among Minorities Ahead of National HIV Testing DayHIV/AIDS advocacy groups and health departments in Florida are planning several events aimed at increasing awareness about HIV among minorities ahead of National HIV Testing Day , which is scheduled for Friday, the Naples Daily News reports. ... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Geo,Glad to help.First, I should mention I'm certainly not impressed with a healthcare program that makes you see a different doctor on each visit. Nor am I impressed with Dr. Shrugged-shoulders! What's up with that? That you are... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Zelda,Health care reform will not throw your granny off a cliff, nor will it cut off care to HIVers! In many ways we already have health care rationing that is not only unfair; it's morally reprehensible. (See Nicholas Kristof's... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousHi,
I was wondering if county health depts that offer free or low cost hiv screening actually use 1st generation elisas rather than 3rd generation. I live in a city of 500,000 plus. Read more »
Posted by bartlebyA Health Living Luncheon for People Living with HIV and AIDS
Monday, July 9
Noon - 3:00pm
514 Bay Street (Soup Kitchen)
Staten Island, NY
Featuring: Blood Pressure Screening, Mental Health Screening, Nutritional Presentation - Eating the right foods,... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replyhinking about an HIV Test?
Provided by Stephen Fallon, Ph.D.
2002 Stephen Fallon
Summary: If you wait just a little while after engaging in a risky behavior, you can then get a reliable HIV test. Wait three weeks, and a negative HIV test result is... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - HIV infection is likely to be transmitted before people are even aware that they are carriers, UK researchers report in the January 3rd issue of AIDS.
"The study demonstrates that a significant proportion of new HIV-1... Read more »
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