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Posted by heatherblue, 2 RepliesI live here in Boston. I only moved back here a year ago. My only HIV+ female friend is no longer available(long story). I wish that I could say that my very supportive and loving boyfriend and family are enough, but they just don't and can't get... Read more »
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Recovery Technician/Substitute Manager:
Part-time position working in a residential setting for people with HIV/AIDS. This position entails being able to work in two facilities, one being focused on treatment of Substance Abuse with... Read more »
Posted by Brandy, 2 Repliesfirst I want to thank everyone who gave me in put on my essay I wrote to get into the class..................
Im now ceritfied to educate in schools and recovery centers here in oklahoma........
is that cool or what????
I just got... Read more »
Posted by iwantyouGoodmorning happy to be on the website, hiv positive, female, 42 am divorced twice, I am in Recovery for American Military who received an honorable dishcharge, enjoying a new way of life, I love to meet new people, say hi if you want to . Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replywell i tested neg. but symptoms are still coming but Im wondering if anyone could help me with the recovery of masjor surgery because i heard it can take a year to recover plus i had a bad staph infection on my chest but its gotten alot better and... Read more »
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South Florida Center for Counseling and TherapyThanks for writing. I assume that your physician has ruled out any physiological causes for your low sexual desire. Given that, it is not unusual for persons who have been involved with substances (particularly amphetamines) and/or sex addiction... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineIt isn't clear how people get infected with JC virus (which causes PML) or whether people with PML are contagious to others. It can't be terribly contagious, because no one has reported spread of the disease in hospitals or nursing homes... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicinePatially correct. The more advanced you are with HIV infection, the higher the likelihood you will have significant decline in number and function of CD4 cells. Although certain CD4 clones (a specific cell that reacts to a specific antigen or... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineLosses of CD4 clones (specific cells that fight specific kinds of infections or react to certain foreign proteins or antigens) may be permanently lost or not recoverable to "normal" levels when HIV has destroyed a critical amount of these... Read more »
CD4 Counts Decline Despite Nutritional Recovery in HIV-Infected Zambian Children With Severe MalnutritionThe researchers undertook the current study to establish the contribution that severe malnutrition makes to CD4 lymphopenia in HIV-infected and -uninfected children and to determine the changes in CD4 count during nutritional rehabilitation. From a... Read more »
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