How Can We Practice Safty Or Avoiding Hiv?
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramThank you for your question. Anything that involves human behavior is often very difficult to quantify and control. The best way to determine if people are actually practicing safer sex more often, is to track the rates of new infections of HIV... Read more »
Member, City of NY Bar Association Committee on AIDSDear Writer,Thank you for the question. You correctly state that in 2010 the US government lifted the "ban" on HIV positive persons visiting the United States. Effective January 2010, The Department of Homeland Security ruled that a... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineGo to: http://www.iasusa.org, and on the left side tabs, go to resistance mutations. That will lead to a table that shows all the HIV medication associated mutations.... Read more »
HelpWithBenefits.comFirst, this is the response of one of The Body's physician to that question. Response from Dr. FrascinoHello,Nope! Just as physicians cannot demand an HIV test before they agree to help a patient, a patient cannot demand his or her physician... Read more »
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Posted by poz2000, 2 RepliesI am a member of my state hiv/aids planning group trying to find any other state programs dealing with best practices for poz to poz msm . Any information would be greatly appriciated, You can email me at : email@example.com thanks , bob Read more »
Posted by bradford, 1 ReplyCondoms: A Standard Practice For All!
Around the world the use of condoms is seen as a trusted weapon in the prevention of HIV infection, however, these efforts are often hampered by religious beliefs.
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI have to have a medical for work in about a week. It will involve taking blood pressure. My arms look like the arms of a drug addict 'coz of all the HIV and blood tets I've been having (all good so far, thank God). What should I say to them? Read more »
Posted by Stephen, 3 RepliesI am a 43 year old GWM living and working in Houston, Texas - home of the GREAT Texas Medical Center. For two years I tried one of the main hospitals (massive clinic associations) as my primary caregivers in treating my HIV and for two years I... Read more »
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