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Evolution Of Hiv

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viral hiv plasma evolution (3rd time)

Dear Mark,i have several doubs about the viral load evolution in a recent infected person.Could viral load be under current limit detection (50 copies/ml) after ...let's say 40 days postinfection?Thaks very much for your answer....
Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Response from Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Stanford University, School of Medicine
Unlikely if it is truly 40 days after infection.... Read more »

evolution

hi docto,In your opinium who is the next evolution in hiv treatment and when this will... Read more »

Evolution

I read 75% of HIV infected people taking meds will eventually learn they have to switch to... Read more »
Articles
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

HIV/AIDS Researchers Need to Know How Evolutionary Life of Viruses Affects Evolution of Humans, Animals, Opinion Piece Says

"[B]efore researchers can develop new drugs" to "stave off the worst that viruses" -- such as HIV -- and "bacteria can produce, ... they must understand the evolutionary nature of individual diseases and how viruses and bacteria, in turn, shape the... Read more »
TheBody.com

The Evolution of HIV Testing in the U.S.: Are We at the Cusp of a New Era?

Table of Contents Introduction Obstacles to the Implementation of Routine HIV Testing in the U.S. New Technologies in HIV Testing HIV Testing Requirements: Opt-In, Opt-Out and Counseling Improving HIV Testing and Prevention Among African... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

New Jersey Herald News Publishes Series, Photographs Examining Evolution of HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Ghana

The New Jersey Herald News on Sunday published a series of articles examining the evolution of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Ghana and a gallery of photographs, titled "AIDS: A New Era, New Faces." The series includes articles profiling several... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

The Evolution of African American Awareness About HIV/AIDS

If it's true that the first step to recovery is acknowledging that you have a problem, then the black community's sobriety about AIDS has begun. The 1990s began with a reality check: On November 7, 1991, b-baller Magic Johnson dropped a bombshell... Read more »
Connect With Others

Evolution of my First Three Weeks after testing

Posted by TheGoodLife, 2 Replies
DAY 1: Preliminary positive, Rapid Elisa test. I took the news very hard, and I almost passed out. I spent the next 24 hours in bed, panicked, crying and shaking. Bad, bad day. One of the worst ever.

WEEK 1: Researched, researched, researched... Read more »

Scientists Identify Gene That Blocks HIV

Posted by Mssimone, 1 Reply
Is this a good thing?



Scientists Identify Gene That Blocks HIV

American and Canadian researchers have identified a human gene called TRIM22 that can block HIV infection by preventing certain forms of the virus from replicating, CBC News reported.

In... Read more »

choosing to live with hiv...

Posted by Anonymous
Choosing to Live With HIV/AIDS 1997 By Rev. Alexander R.
Garbera, MA,MSC As a long term survivor of HIV/AIDS, I am still
perplexed by this disease and the social structures that surround
it. Over fifteen years into this pandemic, people are still
be... Read more »

The way we address HIV is cause for concern

Posted by bradford
The way we address HIV is cause for concern.

The truth is that there are millions of people living to whom HIV has not caused illness and death. This information brings joy and hope to the heart of any person who has ever dreaded the onset of AIDS.

Ini... Read more »