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Undetectable Viral Load Infection and Superinfection (FINDINGS SUGGEST HIV CAN BE TRANSMITTED FROM MSM WITH UNDETECTABLE VIRAL LOAD 2009) (SUPERINFECTION, 2009)

information about the possibility that people with undetectable viral might be able to infect HIV negative people and contribute to HIV superinfection, but is there any research revealing the actual numbers of such infections and the probability of...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
significant, and potentially devastating. Even though the chance of HIV transmission is decreased by having undetectable viral loads, HIV superinfection is not a risk I would not be willing to take personally. Good luck, Boys. There may be some more... Read more »

Superinfection (SUPERINFECTION) (DUAL INFECTION) (REINFECTION)

I was recently diagnosed with HIV last week so I am still learning more and more every day. I know... Read more »

superinfection (SUPERINFECTION) (DUAL INFECTION) (CO_INFECTION) (REINFECTION)

I was infected in June07, having been a public dump at a $4 theater already for months. The same... Read more »
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

HIV Super-Infection Beliefs and Sexual Practices of People Living With HIV/AIDS

The authors introduced the current study by noting, "People living with HIV can be re-infected with a new viral strain resulting in potential treatment-resistant recombinant virus known as HIV super-infection," and that patients' beliefs about this... Read more »
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FAQs About HIV Superinfection

Don't see your question? Ask it in our "Ask the Experts" forums ! General Questions | Safer Sex and Risk | Symptoms General Questions Can an HIV-positive person be reinfected? Could an HIV nonprogressor be reinfected with a virus that... Read more »
HIV i-Base

Recombination Dynamics in Case of MDR HIV Sub-Type D Following Superinfection With Wild-Type HIV Sub-Type B

While research into reinfection is largely driven by expanding number of case studies, Koning and colleagues from the UK described the dynamics of reinfection with wild-type virus, using single genome sequencing (SGS) in both plasma and semen... Read more »
U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

HIV Superinfection in Uganda May Be More Common Than Previously Thought, Study Finds

HIV superinfection, when a person with HIV could acquire a second, new strain of HIV, may occur as often as initial HIV infection in the general population in Uganda, a study suggests. Since researchers demonstrated more than a decade ago that a... Read more »
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Superinfection

Posted by Anonymous
Is HIV re-infection real?

Can drug-resistant HIV be transmitted to someone already HIV positive?

With your help the Positive Partners Study will find out!
Robert M. Grant, MD, MPH Principal Investigator
Jeff McConnell, MA Project Director

The Positive... Read more »

Superinfection.

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
My girlfriend and I are both positive. she got it from me i know that for sure. would it be recommended for us to wear condoms? I don't see the point because we both have the same strain right? how could it get any worse? Read more »

Is HIV re-infection possible?

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
The Positive Partners Superinfection Study




Positive Partners Superinfection Study
This study is looking to answer some questions that many positive people have been wondering about for some time, and as of yet the medical world has not been able to... Read more »

Is HIV re-infection possible?

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply

Positive Partners Superinfection Study
This study is looking to answer some questions that many positive people have been wondering about for some time, and as of yet the medical world has not been able to answer. It is a very exciting study to be a
p... Read more »