Earliest Known Case Of Hiv And Aids
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Comments on the CDC's "Draft Guidelines for HIV Case Surveillance, Including Monitoring HIV Infection & AIDS"I. Introduction Resolution of the debate about whether to require the reporting of the names of those who test positive for HIV must turn on the actual usefulness of this information to provide a comprehensive picture of the HIV epidemic, which in... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I am not aware of any study that has been done to answer this question. The important thing to note about PEP and HIV tests is that viral load testing would not be reliable, because PEP could drive viral load to undetectable levels. The... Read more »
UCLA School of MedicineThe good news is that we already have very simple to take, and often well tolerated medications for the treatment of HIV infection. In fact, recently a single pill became available that is highly effective in the treatment of HIV infection. It is... Read more »
Stanford University, School of Medicine1600 would be considered low. But plasma viral load is only one component of blood that contains potentially infectious HIV. Blood cells are the other compartment. Despite estimates of over 600,000 needle sticks/yr that occur in the US, the CDC has... Read more »
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Posted by WorryHell, 2 RepliesCan anyone tell me if there is any cases of HIV infection from fingering with/without cut on the fingers ?
Yes. I have been stupid of doing so.
Yes. i am scared and worry about my risk and waiting to be tested next week. Appreciate a helpful advise... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHome access has told me that 25 days is enough proof of infection? Does anybody disagree? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAIDS Cases Decline In SF Bay Area
by The Associated Press
Posted: February 2, 2005 5:02 pm. ET
(San Francisco, California) The number of new AIDS cases in the Bay Area has plummeted to levels not seen since the early 1980s.
A preliminary look... Read more »
Posted by GuyInSJ, 2 RepliesLess than 48 hours after performing oral sex (without ejaculation) on an HIV+ guy, I have developed a fever and swollen lymph nodes. I'm still in the 72-hour window for PEP but my understanding is that PEP is generally not recommended in this... Read more »
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