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Hiv Aids Literature

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Ask the Experts

From HIV to AIDS

Hi,I know that it is relative, but based on the experience we've had with HIV in the last 20 years, is it possible to tell the average amount of time from the onset of infection with the virus to developing full-blown AIDS?
Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Response from Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Columbia University's Health & Related Services
...The literature generally states that the average time from infection with HIV to AIDS-related illness is about 10 years.For more information about this topic, please see "Approximate Timeline of Testing and Symptoms Read more »

HIV/AIDS Denial (AIDS DENIALISTS, 2009)

What's up with all these people who either deny HIV exists or believe the government create it? I... Read more »

Testosterone levels and HIV antibody test.

Hello!It is now being reported (via HIV/AIDS literature) that close to 50 of HIV+ patients have low... Read more »
Articles
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Baltimore Sun Examines HIV/AIDS-Related Literature, Art in South Africa

... The Baltimore Sun on Sunday examined the "new genre" of AIDS-related art and literature in South Africa, which "is unabashed in its effort to raise consciousness about the virus, in the Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Ocular Syphilis Among HIV-Infected Patients: A Systematic Analysis of the Literature

... In the era of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), ocular syphilis among HIV-infected patients "continues to be a problem," wrote the authors. "However, outside of case reports or small case series, little Read more »
Body Positive

Literature in the Age of AIDS

..."disappointing"are some of the adjectives that cometo mind when I think back on the week-longgathering "Literature in the Age of AIDS"that took place at the beginning of the yeardown in Key West. The first part of the week was taken up with... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Danville, Calif. Man Backs Kenya's AIDS Battle

...Neil Gagen, from Danville, Calif., is a Peace Corps volunteer working with HIV/AIDS patients in Kenya. During the past year, his work has included a partnership with the Tolosio Self Help Group, a support group Read more »
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An encouraging piece of literature on HIV

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...guilt and fear of HIV. Anyway, I just want to share a piece-actually there are quite a lot- of encouraging literature on HIV/AIDS to those that are worried sick after a possible exposure (like me). You can find the literature in the link below:... Read more »

Question about "high risk groups"

Posted by Anonymous
...I have a question for all of you. i've been doing some studying on HIV/AIDS and almost all the literature talks about the risks associated with certain practices, and they almost always say things like Read more »

is aids way worse than hiv

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...everything i read or at least the best news relates to hiv it says nothing about AIDS. Read more »

Research Information: Literature Review

Posted by Anonymous
...I am a grad student in clinical social work at NYU, attempting to do a literature review on how HIV/AIDS services are delivered via the WWW and the Internet. I'm specifically looking for printed material from journals, newsletters, Read more »