Mitochondrial Toxicity And Aids
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Chelsea and Westminster HospitalThis rather a long question so I hope I can respond to all of it.The risk factors for lipoatrophy inlcude disease characteristics (AIDS, low CD4), genetic characteristics (genes which promote the pro-inflammatory cytokine TNF) and both nucs and PIs.... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineYour vitamin regimen seems reasonable under the circumstances. I am not aware of any particular diet that would clearly impact the course of muscle recovery from drug related injury due to presumed mitochondrial toxicity. If any reader is aware of... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Whipped in S.F.,Well, Ill stand by my previous statement, "we have much to learn about how to diagnose and treat mitochondrial toxicity." Is there a way to "conclusively rule it out?" Well, there are ways, but these types... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousOk.
I recently tested positive and even though my viral load under 2,000 i have a 389 CD4.
I have been investigating epivir/ziagen and viread..they might be available in a new study on a once daily dosing schedule.
My question is, what do u think about... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesEverywhere you turn you see images of young, clean shaven, hairless, "buffed" boys gracing the gay mags and movies. Who actually looks like most of these people? All we are given to watch on tv is Will and Grace. They represent like 5% of the entire... Read more »
Posted by Choosing2Liv, 9 RepliesIf my dilemma was:
- just dealing with the virus; or
- just suffering with the guilt of cheating on my wife; or
- just the feelings of rejections by those who said they loved me; or
- just the constant blaming, belittlement and bursts of rage from my... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesAlmost twenty years and still no cure or effective treatment (most are too toxic). I think there needs to be a new approach to this mess. What do you think?
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