Life After Hiv
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North Shore University HospitalThanks for the question.HIV does not survive well outside of the body. If there were blood on the nails after a scratch, once that blood is dried any virus in it would not be able to survive. So certainly after a few hours there would essentially... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineIf blood (cells or Plasma) is frozen in liquid nitrogen, HIV can last indefinitely. Once thawed it will be infectious. In the short term, HIV requires living cells to survive and propogate. Infected cells or plasma can be removed from people and... Read more »
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Posted by trulife, 4 RepliesHello everyone. It has been a very long time since I have posted anything here. My life with HIV continues over three years later. Atripla has worked well for me and I remain undetectable and very healthy. I am so glad that I found this site in... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI am a student doing a research paper on how life is like for those recently diagnosed with hiv/aids. Theres questions that i need to ask to someone that is diagnosed with this disease, if you wouldlike to help me please email me at... Read more »
Posted by dear, 4 RepliesI don't have no friends with hiv it would be nice to talk to a person who has it. Read more »
Posted by blkshape, 8 RepliesHello
Thank you for reading my post .
I am a newly diagnosed (one month) .Last week , I went for first time to my doctor.
The doctor , who is supposed to be a specilits in HIV , told me that A normal life expectancy is 8 years without meds and 8... Read more »
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