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World Food Program Asks for $404 Million to Mitigate Food Shortages, Effects of HIV/AIDS on Food Production in Southern AfricaThe World Food Programme on Thursday launched a new emergency appeal for $404 million in funding over the next three years to provide food relief in Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland and Zambia and mitigate the effects of the region's HIV/AIDS... Read more »
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University of North CarolinaHello thereNo food cannot transmit HIV. No incident of food being contaminated with HIV-infected blood or semen has been reported to CDC. Furthermore, CDC has received no reports of HIV infection resulting from eating food, including condiments.HIV... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi, I was wondering what the odds are of getting HIV through food.
I was eating a crunchwrap from taco bell recently, probably a month ago, when I distinctly tasted iron/blood (which may have been the beef, because I recall having taco bell beef have... Read more »
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I just ate a macaroni salad at a restaurant and I've eaten it before but this time it had something that tasted weird, kind of sweet, or more like sweet and sour. I don't know if it was a vegetable or if it could be something else, like semen or... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDear Experts,
I have some trouble, I need your help.
Although you establish that HIV could transmit in three ways: Unprotected sexual intercourse, used syringes, and blood transfusion ..But I have one question:
Could HIV transmis via contaminated food... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesFood, Nutrition, and HIV Conference in Boston, on December 6
The Food, Nutrition, and HIV Conference is a day-long event for HIV-positive persons and front-line service providers.
It is organized by the AIDS Action Committee's HIV Health Institute.
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