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Hiv Virus Life In Air

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How long life of hiv virus in air ,food particles?

I have eat one peace of apple from other person.i think if who hands are cut and any risk of hiv....
Shannon Southall

Response from Shannon Southall

Rocky Mountain CARES
HiNo risk of HIV transmission from eating after someone, sharing utensils, drinking after someone etc. HIV transmission occurs when there is a direct exchange of body fluid this mainly occurring through unprotected vaginal and/or anal sex, sharing... Read more »

survival of the HIV/AIDS virus in air

i need to know how long the HIV/AIDS virus can survive outside the human body,particularly fromm... Read more »

how long does it take for hiv virus to die in air?

i touched little bit of infected vagainal fluid with my finger.after 5 seconds i accidently touched... Read more »
Articles
U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Harmless Virus Associated With Longer Life for Some HIV-Positive Men

Scientists have shown that an apparently harmless virus is associated with longer life for HIV-positive men, but only when it infects them for many years. Men infected with both HIV and GB virus type C (GBV-C), previously known as hepatitis G, for... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

HIV/AIDS Researchers Need to Know How Evolutionary Life of Viruses Affects Evolution of Humans, Animals, Opinion Piece Says

"[B]efore researchers can develop new drugs" to "stave off the worst that viruses" -- such as HIV -- and "bacteria can produce, ... they must understand the evolutionary nature of individual diseases and how viruses and bacteria, in turn, shape the... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

PBS Miniseries "Rx for Survival" Examines Global Health Successes, Challenges

PBS beginning Tuesday will air "Rx for Survival: A Global Health Challenge ," a six-part miniseries examining how public health discoveries that have more than doubled life expectancy in developed countries over the past 100 years are not being... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Maryland: Local Blogger Shares His HIV Experience

Diagnosed with HIV in 2006, Air Force veteran Justin Smith of Laurel, Md., noticed few resources for young, black gay men living with the virus. Smith, 29, found Internet diaries about others' experiences with HIV, but he found no one using video to... Read more »
Connect With Others

Air time?

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
Alright, since there is no real way to say this delicately, here goes; if my positive partner cums on me, and we wait 30 seconds, can I (being negative) safely swallow his cum since it would be exposed to the air?
Thanks everyone... Read more »

Two Hands In The Air !!

Posted by Allan, 3 Replies
You know when the planes hit the towers and I saw a reaction shot of Bush in a Florida school I said to my self he should get better lessons on how to act surprised. So yes I am a skeptic and a strong beliver in what lines the pockets of the unseen... Read more »

Tested + for HIV int the Air Force back in 1986

Posted by survivor65, 2 Replies
Back in 1986 was the first time all military was tested for Aids. Me along with about 20 others were imediately shipped out, to Wilford Hall I was given a choice, either get a medical discharge, or finish out my enlistment. The talk was that we only... Read more »

POZ in the Air Force

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
I was diagnosed in 99 and go to WHMC every six months. I am now at Travis AFB and for the life of me am the only one. This I can't believe. I would like to know someone else that I might be able to bounce stuff off. Of course I just can't share... Read more »