Hiv Aids Biology
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,We use "universal precautions" to protect ourselves form bloodborne diseases, such as HIV and hepatitis. These precautions protect in both directions infected patient to health care worker and vice versa. You can read about... Read more »
Washington University, St. Louis School of MedicineMuch of this depends on the type of sexual activity. The vaginal mucosa is a better barrier than the rectal mucosa. Men frequently transmit HIV and other STD's to each other via rectal intercourse. The rectal mucosa is relatively thin, bleeds... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello NTJ,This is an HIV information site and not really a biology 101 class, so I'll be very brief. The rectum is the final part of the intestinal tract. It's 4-5 inches long and passes through the pelvic cavity to the anus. The anus is... Read more »
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Posted by thom26Hello,
My name is Thomas Nesbitt and I am doing an extensive research project for a senior biology class on HIV/AIDS. I am looking for people preferably with AIDS, but if you just have HIV currently, it is perfectly fine. Any response helps. Please... Read more »
Posted by stupidgirl, 2 RepliesFirst day back to college. My first lab for my biology class was today. Take a sick guess what it was on........The spread of HIV. Now take another guess who just happened to get the anonymously infect cup.....That's right I had the cup or the guy i... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyMy name is Susy. My Dad died from AIDS 9 yrs ago. i am currently in graduate school, (almost finished), with a degree in clinical psychology. I have a project due in oe of my classes about the impact of HIV on the family. i would be interested... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesPeople need to realize that HIV/AIDS is a biological bug and NOT a curse from GOD.
People who get HIV/AIDS are usually down to earth, very friendly and would not harm a fly!
The people who are trying to hurt HIV patients are the wicked ones!
Since... Read more »
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