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Hiv From Frozen Food

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Ask the Experts

Can HIV be in frozen foods??

Hi, I recently had BlueBell Ice cream (Cookies and Cream) and I noticed some slight red spots in the ice cream. If this was HIV infected blood, could I be infected? I have some cuts in my mouth and I am really nervous!!...
Shannon Southall

Response from Shannon Southall

Rocky Mountain CARES
HINo risk of HIV transmission! If it were blood, HIV begins to die once it is outside of the body and is unable to infect. HIV transmission only occurs when there is a direct exchange of body fluid this fluid being blood, semen, vaginal fluid or... Read more »

sharing frozen food with gums issues on both sides - Dr. only you can help me

Dear Dr. Lisa,I'm writing you because only your specialist advice can help me.A good friend of... Read more »

Licked red spots on frozen food package

I do have OCD, and I was afraid on eating cherry ices-cause of the red. On the package for the... Read more »
Articles
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Trauma: Frozen Moments, Frozen Lives

The Trauma Continuum Immediate Effects of Trauma Long-Term Effects of Unresolved Trauma Getting Help For Serious Symptoms Trauma and HIV Common Symptoms of Unresolved Trauma Trauma and HIV Risk Trauma and HIV Health Trauma Therapy... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

AIDS Project Florida Federal Funding Frozen After Former CFO Admits to Embezzlement

The Broward County, Fla., Human Services Department has suspended $1.5 million in federal funding for AIDS Project Florida after former APFL Chief Financial Officer William Diamond admitted to embezzling money from the group during his tenure, the... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Zimbabwe Fund for AIDS Patients Is Frozen in Bureaucracy

Zimbabwe's plan for a 3 percent tax on personal and corporate income to fund a trust to help care for the country's thousands of citizens with HIV/AIDS was considered a bold step. But more than a year after the government began collecting the tax,... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

World Food Program Asks for $404 Million to Mitigate Food Shortages, Effects of HIV/AIDS on Food Production in Southern Africa

The 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 »
Connect With Others

My brain is frozen, any one can help, I begg you

Posted by deadbody, 3 Replies
Into extreme safe sex, yet today I was told that I could have contracted HIV throygh kissing!!!!
they r requesting a second test to confirm, could this test approve they were wrong , did it ever happen? how can I get HIV through kissing when there... Read more »

Frozen Blood

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
Their is to bad that doctors that stating that persons have taken longer than 3 months to be positive havent frozen this patient bllod to test with todays test and see if the person still would be negative then we could be more secure if the blood... Read more »

Food, Nutrition, and HIV Conference 12/6 in Boston

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Food, 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.



Th... Read more »

HIV Through Food?

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Hi, 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 »