History Of Zidovudine
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Frascino Medical GroupBuenas tardes.No deberas estar siguiendo los consejos de la gente que trabaja en tu gym cuando pertenece a los frmacos de cualquier tipo. Respecto a este tema, debes consultar con tu mdico especialista en VIH. Y punto. Un entrenador puede... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineFat loss (lipoatrophy) and fat gain have been linked to zidovudine and somewhat less so to didanosine (Videx). Switching to Truvada and Aluvia (lopinavir/ritonavir) may stabilize the fat loss with slow recovery. Its impact on areas of fat gain is... Read more »
North Shore University HospitalYes, Sometimes, if the HIV virus develops resistance to tenofovir it will mutate down a pathway that will preserve the activity of zidovudine (called the K65R mutation). Also, if there is no drug resistance then zidovudine would be able to work.The... Read more »
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Posted by BabyPeanut, 3 RepliesI thought posting my case history might be useful to others since I
have done well with the somewhat exotic therapies that I have used
over the years.
I am a 38 year-old male who was... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI have often read, you must take more tests in SOME situations.(24 weeks) What about "clinical history". A lot of people have a clinical history and symptoms after a 13 week-neg. They all must test at 24 weeks??? And what about my situation?- I have... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI had unprotected sex.
Here is my testing history;
ELISA negative at 9 weeks.
ELISA positive at 14 weeks but WB came back negative.
ElISA negative at 36 weeks.
So, according to the below post a few lines down -
I am negative - correct?
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Posted by AnonymousI am a graduate student studying Public Health at the Univ of CT in Farmington, CT. My instructor has given me an assignment of writing about the history of iads reporting in jounalism. someone working in the media can help me. questions i have,... Read more »
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