Hiv Myths From Africa
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Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting your provocative question.I'm not sure who you've been asking your questions to. A quick search about super infection finds those elusive peer-reviewed publications.HIV superinfection definitely occurs,... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesHIV transmission cannot be prevented by bathing after sex. The best method to reduce the risk of transmission during sex is to use condoms. See <a href=http://www.thebody.com/whatis/basics.html#myths target=_new>Myths About HIV and... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiThank you for your comments. I'm honored to be a part of The Body and answering questions for folks!1. Fingering carries an even lower risk than oral and oral sex carries one of the lowest risk of HIV transmission. 2. HIV begins to die once... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI dont understand how some people claim HIV is a myth. I wanted to copy down some
Dr. Rodney Richards, PhD, Biochemist, Founding scientist for the biotech company Amgen. Collaborated with Abbott Laboratories in developing some of the first HIV... Read more »
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Busted! Georgia Prison Study Shakes Down Some HIV Myths
by Laura Whitehorn
April 26, 2006A new study tracking HIV through the Georgia prison system is busting some myths about life behind bars and raising questions about... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymouswhen asking people about HIV I have heard these things said to me.
1. you have to have multible exposures to get Hiv.
2.Hiv can hide in your body for 7 years
3. even a Nurse told me a HIV test must be done 1 year after possible exposure.
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