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Hiv Pathology

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Ask the Experts

are there absolutes in HIV cell pathology ?

Hi Doctor, my treating physician, a leading Bay Area HIV specialist, and a published author in various medical journals on the topic of hiv/aids pathology ( he works closely with an infectious diseases pathology team ) just informed me that my...
Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Response from Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Stanford University, School of Medicine
I am not sure what he may be referring to, but there are numerous publications demonstrating that HIV infected, elite controllers or viral controllers have a CD4/CD8 ratio of > 1.0 (and many of those above 1.6).... Read more »

pathology resident

Hi Dr Frascino,I would like to start by thanking you for all your efforts. I am a pathology... Read more »

Lymph node pathology, how accurate is that?

Dear Doctor: I'm dying for some help, please answer. I had a lymph node biopsy done 2 months... Read more »
Articles
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Ukraine: Hepatitis C Most Often Detected in Potential Donors' Blood

Vasyl Novak, director of Ukraine's Institute of Blood Pathology and Transfusion Medicine of NAMS, recently reported during a roundtable on "Infectious Safety of Donor Blood and Its Components in Ukraine" that hepatitis C is the most commonly... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Automatic U.S. Budget Cuts Would Hurt Global Health Efforts, Advocate Says

In a post on the PATH blog , Rachel Wilson, senior director for policy and advocacy at PATH, examines the consequences of budget negotiations and "what enacting billions of dollars in automatic spending cuts could mean for people living in poverty... Read more »
AIDS Project Los Angeles

How I learned AIDS = Life

Despite the two straight lines that seem to make my life equal AIDS, it was a winding path that now makes AIDS equal LIFE. I didn't begin to feel my life was worth living until after I passed my teens, but by age 22, I had been diagnosed with what... Read more »
TheBodyPRO.com

Promoting Action Towards Health for Recently Diagnosed Gay Men and Other MSM

Patrick A. Wilson, Ph.D. Nathan Hansen, Ph.D. Promoting Action Towards Health , or PATH, is a five-year study conducted by researchers at Columbia University and Yale University. PATH's goal is to develop effective counseling for men... Read more »
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Policy & Advocacy Specialist

Posted by Anonymous
1. Job Opportunity - PATH Policy & Advocacy Specialist (focus on Microbicides Advocacy)
PATH (Program for Appropriate Technology in Health)
Position # 1284
Posted: 10/1/02
Title: Policy and Advocacy Specialist/Senior Policy and Advocacy
Specialist
Loca... Read more »

Policy & Advocacy Specialist

Posted by Anonymous

1. Job Opportunity - PATH Policy & Advocacy Specialist (focus on Microbicides Advocacy)

PATH (Program for Appropriate Technology in Health)
Position # 1284
Posted: 10/1/02
Title: Policy and Advocacy Specialist/Senior Policy and Advocacy
Specialist
Loca... Read more »

My story

Posted by amaguy, 3 Replies
Some moments in your life are your choice giving you the chance to make your path. Other moments are chosen for you giving you, what I would like to call a challenge. Every challenge has its a purpose. It will define you as a person and determine... Read more »

Well, the cat's out of the bag...

Posted by Jenni, 6 Replies
I told you guys a while back that I had requested info to get my bf on the path to a Dr. Well, it seems that the info pack that was sent to me never made it. Someone took it out of my mailbox or it was delivered to the wrong address....

Lo and... Read more »