Explanation Of Hiv
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Presence of Binding Antibodies in Genital Secretions of High-Risk, HIV-Uninfected Women Offers Possible Explanation of "HIV Immunity" EnigmaThere's nothing like hearing the results of studies directly from those who actually conducted the research. It is these women and men who are transforming HIV treatment and care. In this interview, you'll meet one of these impressive HIV... Read more »
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Still No Explanation From California State Agency on Release of Confidential HIV Information: ACLU and Lambda Legal Prepare Further ActionSacramento, Calif. -- The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) has failed to provide a meaningful explanation for its illegal release of the names of some 5,000 HIV-positive Medi-Cal recipients to a third-party service provider,... Read more »
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Saint Louis Effort for AIDSHello reader,Fortunately, condoms have been proven to greatly reduce a person's risk for HIV, STD's and pregnancy. In a nutshell, when condoms aren't effective we don't use them correctly, wear them consistently or store them... Read more »
Johns Hopkins University, School of MedicineHIV is viable outside of the body for several days if kept in a moist body fluid. However, it is much more difficult to grow once the fluid dries, but can be done if placed in the right culture media and at the right temperature. In the case you... Read more »
University of North CarolinaHello there-Let me explain my thinking a bit. HIV is a relatively hard virus to get. There needs to be a significant amount of HIV+ body fluid passing from one person's body directly/immediately into another person's body. Even with a... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi All,
A very good day to u all.
I have a question to anyone who can provide some helpful information.
I was exposed to HIV 19 months ago.
Since then, I've had a whole host of symptoms, ie. chronic fatigue, muscle aches and exercise intolorence, weak... Read more »
Posted by renklar, 2 RepliesI hate to keep scaring myself, but I saw this in Dr. Bob's forum:
Does anybody have a possible explanation for high viral load and no antibodies? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyOk people let me explain about my posting on which you all seem confused.
1.The only time that i have seen a patient with no-antibodys,and a confirmed hiv infection is,when the patient had full blown aids and the patient had "seroreverted".
NOT... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesIm still waiting for my infectious disease doctor to give me a diagnosis.......I tested negative 11 weeks post exposure but my cd4 count is at 266 at 27%. I had the EIA 1&2, pcr rna ultrasensitive test at week 11.......I need some advise... Read more »
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