Hiv Risk Reuse Blood Test Needle

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Dear Doctor Robert, THANK you VERY VERY much for finding time to answer my question. God Bless you. I wish you all the VERY BEST. You are an Angel. You deserve all the VERY BEST.Love from Cyprus :)I will make a Donation
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Foundation ( Both are warmly appreciated.Be well. Stay well.Dr. Bobreused cotton while taking blood for blood test Feb 13, 2010Dear Doctor Robert, First I want to say that I really feel very PROUD of you!! You are an... Read more »

reused cotton while taking blood for blood test

Dear Doctor Robert,First I want to say that I really feel very PROUD of you!! You are an Angel!!... Read more »


Dr. Bob, I recently freaked out that I had HIV and basically put my life on hold for 6 months... Read more »
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

HIV and Hepatitis C Co-Infection

...slightly higher. I have HIV. What are mytreatment options for Hep C? Your doctor will see how healthy your liver is bydoing blood tests and other procedures such asan ultrasound or biopsy of your liver. You will thendiscuss Hep C treatment... Read more »
Gay Men's Health Crisis

HIV & AIDS: The Basics

...the name for the condition that people with HIV have if they develop one of the serious infections connected with HIV, or if blood tests show that their immune system has been very badly damaged by the virus. It usually takes many years before... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

How Risky Is It?

...done to assess the risk ofHIV infection from specific types of exposure to HIV. These calculations only give a general idea of risk. They can tell you which activities carry a higher or lower risk. They cannot tell you if you have been infected.... Read more »
The Well Project

HIV Transmission effective this method really is in reducing transmission. It is best to use fresh needles each time. This eliminates any risk of infection. Many cities offer free needle exchange programs. Tattoos or body piercings should always be done by... Read more »
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