Life Of Aids Virus Out Side Of Body
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question.We really do not know what the minimum effective dose is that's required fortransmission to successfully take place. Theoretically, it only takes onevirus to get into the bloodstream in order for infection to... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineI am not aware of anyone who has done the experiment. MH... 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 »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Anonymous,There are many different types of HPV (30-40 varieties). Over half of all sexually active folks become infected with some type of HPV. In 90% of these cases the body's immune system completely clears the infection. (See below.)Hope... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDoes anyone know how long HIV can live in semen once it is outside the body? I was exposed to semen of unknow status and I'm concerned I could be in infected with HIV (or any thinkg else?) through a dig in my finger. Four weeks later I have had a... Read more »
Posted by bradford, 5 RepliesHIV/AIDS: Showing Up For Life!
It was a day just like any other day; I was at work getting set up and ready to get back to work after having lunch. I looked up from my station and while gazing across the salon, I noticed a radiant woman, beautifully... Read more »
Posted by bradfordHIV/AIDS drugs saved my life!
From the time I was told I had six months to live by an AIDS specialist in 1985, I learned from other people infected with HIV and included supplements and complementary therapies. These kept me healthy and were... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDo yall agree that HIV is becoming more and more a treatable disease like diabetes, where the majority of people who come down with the virus, while never being cured, will be able to be treated to where the virus is contained and never develops... Read more »
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