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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,The best source for current information about lipodystrophy (lipoatrophy and lipohypertrophy) should be your HIV specialist physician. Treatment options depend on your specific case. There is current information on treatment options on this site... Read more »
AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastHello and thanks for posting. The new integrase inhibitor medication is called elvitegravir and the booster is GS 9350. The booster is one of a new class of drugs designed specifically to inhibit the CYP3A liver enzyme system. We already know that... Read more »
Program for Wellness RestorationWhy is your physician not agreeing to prescribe Egrifta? Do you have diabetes (although Egrifta is not contraindicated for diabetes)? Has he/she told you the reason?Egrifta does not work for everyone. In fact 33% of people treated with it in prior... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThank you for your heartfelt plea. Hopefully others will see your message and help push the right buttons. The ACTG has been working to help make liposytrophy issues a priority but we have a long way to go. KH... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI received a phone call two days ago from the hospital for tropical diseases last time I spoke with them they said that I had a slightly raised white blood cell count they were not that specific but said that it could be because of a worm, so they... Read more »
Posted by movingon, 6 Replieshey all, i hope you are all well. I am happy today, i just got my latest results from blood drawn earlier this month. V/L is now undetectable , down from 2,800 in January. I started meds back in November with a V/L of 306,000
My cd4 is now 604, up... Read more »
Posted by JOHN_IN_LONDON, 4 RepliesWell im still testing antibody/antigen neg,as of 8/10/02.
so that gives me 14months post exposure.
The other news is that my doctor gave my records to Dr David HO.in newyork.he said he feels im negative due to the prolonged testing window.well i think... Read more »
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