Hiv Progression To Aids
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New York City Resident Diagnosed With Rare Strain of Multi-Drug Resistant HIV That Rapidly Progresses to AIDSNew York City -- A highly resistant strain of rapidly progressive human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has been diagnosed for the first time in a New York City resident who had not previously undergone antiviral drug treatment, according to the... Read more »
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Stanford University, School of MedicineI don't understand how you know you are HIV infected. Based on what evidence?... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineUsually HIV2 progression is much slower than HIV1, does respond to HIV1 type drugs, and so likely result in the same or better prognosis than someone infected with HIV1.... Read more »
Psychotherapist and AuthorSorry but I can not give you a brief summary of this process. Your question is way too vague. If you are looking for medical issues then you need to research those. If your question is about the mental health issues there is an abundance of... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Here the mainstream proves itself wrong yet again, but ignores the obvious implications of its own research in the following article, "Daily Vitamin Can Thwart AIDS Progress" - NY Times, July 1, 2004.
If a vitamin can prevent illness, then what's... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHey everyone, thanks for your help with my other questions a few pages back. I would like to buy everyone a drink when this is all over, but probably can't aford it!
Does anyone know of any natural indicators of the rate of hiv disease... Read more »
Posted by paranoiafreak, 1 Replycan hiv cause elevated liver enzyme sgpt at 174 in early infection ( 6-9 months post exposure)? ultrasound with normal liver, spleen and gallbladder. sgpt in november was at 39.4.
Had also elevated platelet 4 months 555,000 post exkposure then t... Read more »
Posted by Ron31, 1 ReplyGreetings! My name is Ron and I am living with HIV and PML. Myself and a fellow progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy survivor wanted to test the viability and usefulness of an online support group for others affected by PML personally or with... Read more »
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