How Long For Hiv To Turn Into Aids Without Treatment
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AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastWe now consider HIV and AIDS to both be treatable (not curable) long-term illnesses for people that have access to antiretroviral medication. Untreated, the average time from acquisition of HIV to development of AIDS is about 10 years, but this... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I've recently addressed your question. See below. I have nothing new to add.Dr. Bobhow many people die from HIV in 2008 (HIV/AIDS SURVIVAL)Sep 6, 2008 Hi Bob, l am recently infected with hiv and and live in Australia, 36 years old and my... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,No, this is not correct. Once someone qualifies for an AIDS diagnosis, it's permanent, even if their health improves. See below. Your friend's doctor is wrong. Feel free to send him a copy of this post and my reply. He obviously needs a... Read more »
Columbia UniversityOnce somebody is infected with HIV, they are then capable of transmitting the virus to others - that is to say, they are "infectious." I am honestly not sure if that can happen within hours or days. But the point is once the virus has... Read more »
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Posted by pogi12, 10 RepliesHello,
First of all I would like to say thank you to anyone taking the time to read this and any responses would be much, much appreciated.
I was recently diagnosed HIV positive within the last year. I don't know what my T-cell counts are or my viral... Read more »
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I had an unprotected sexual encounter with a man (i am woman) of unknown status back in... Read more »
Posted by ScotCharles, 4 RepliesMy 51st birthday is tommorrow and this September I will be HIV+ for 22 years. I find it astounding that I, who was told at 29 to get ready to die, have lived this long.
A French aristocrat during The Terror after the French Revolution and who was... Read more »
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January 8, 2008
Some experts and doctors recently have voiced concerns that people who were diagnosed with HIV and Aids in the early years of the epidemic are experiencing "premature[e]" or "disproportionate numbers" of ailments... Read more »
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