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HIV News & Views: Summarizing the Latest HIV Cure Research; A Virus, a Vajayjay and the Same-Sex Marriage Debate; and MoreHIV News & Views, April 4, 2013 - TheBody.com April 4, 2013 Top Stories at TheBody.com Read Past Newsletters Change/Update Subscription BLOG CENTRAL Rae Lewis-Thornton: A Woman's Vagina Should Not... Read more »
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Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.There isn't one "best" initial HIV treatment, but rather, the principles of HIV medications speak to individualizing the choice of medications, as there are several regimens that are recommended.For... Read more »
University of Chicago HospitalsIt is true that the latest generation of drugs thatblock the entry of virus into cells by a variety of mechanisms are making progress in clinical trials. Large scale trials are in planning for the most advanced compounds. It is also true that they... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationFHello Alan,The clinical course of HIV varies considerably from person to person. Life expectancy with HIV/AIDS depends on many confounding variables, including viral strain, access to and adherence with potent antiretroviral therapy, concurrent... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHi and thanks for posting.Ribozymes are RNA molecules that possess enzymatic activity (and the subject of my decades-old PhD thesis). There are no current ribozyme or RNA-based treatments for HIV. That said, research in the field of RNA therapies... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI contacted a few scientists regarding the news about a new method that might lead to a cure. Here is why they are some what optimistic about this news that came out three days ago. I can work the phones with persistenc when need be.
It works by... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 6 RepliesEffects on the AIDS Virus, Cancer and the Immune System.
by Richard Kozlenko DPM, Ph.D M.P.H. and Ronald H. Henson. Copyright 1998
Spirulina is gaining more attention from medical scientists as a nutraceutical and source of potential... 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 »
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 »
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