Hiv Symptoms After 8 Weeks

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blood exposure, and negative test at 8 weeks

Hello Dr. Frascino,Thank you so much for your answer, I just have another quick one, how or where can i donate, i look all over this site but can't find the link, do i just send a check, can i use a credit card somewhere on here. Thanks again.
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

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The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Thanks for you willingness to help others in desperate need.Be well. Stay well.Dr. Bobblood exposure, and negative test at 8weeksJun 22, 2009 Hi Doctor Frascino, (I have Lyme disease for about 8 months since Sept, 2008 and been on treatment with... Read more »

blood exposure, and negative test at 8 weeks

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some of you will not belive my story

dear doc bob,i felt i had to share my story,in the hope that it will eleviate some peoples fears.i... Read more »
Project Inform

IRIS: A Concern for People Starting HIV Therapy

...symptoms, sometimes severe. For some, these symptoms can be life-threatening. Though most cases of IRIS resolve after a few weeks, the symptoms may be mistaken by you or your doctor as HIV disease progression or another condition. IRIS is a... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

DNCB (Dinitrochlorobenzene)

...It has been used to treat skin lesions caused by Kaposi's sarcoma (KS). Advocates of DNCB claimed that it could clear up all symptoms of HIV disease, except for pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP). DNCB's supporters claimed that antiretroviral drugs... Read more »
The Well Project

Peripheral Neuropathy and HIV/AIDS

...stopping the drug should be discussedthoroughly with your doctor. If you decide to stop or reduce a drug, it maytake six to eight weeks for the PN symptoms to decrease. If the symptomscontinue, the PN could be due to HIV. Relieving the pain can... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

U.S. Antiretroviral Therapy Guidelines

...using a genetic test, HLA-B*5701 before starting abacavir (see Fact Sheet 416 ). When to Start Treatment Patients with symptoms of HIV disease or with less than 350 CD4 cells should all be treated. Treatment is recommended for patients... Read more »
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