Myths And Misconceptions About Hiv Aids
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question.You bring up a number of issues here. First of all, remember that when welook at risk factors for AIDS cases, these statistics tell us how people wereinfected an average of 10 years ago. That's because the... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesHIV transmission cannot be prevented by bathing after sex. The best method to reduce the risk of transmission during sex is to use condoms. See <a href=http://www.thebody.com/whatis/basics.html#myths target=_new>Myths About HIV and... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI dont understand how some people claim HIV is a myth. I wanted to copy down some
Dr. Rodney Richards, PhD, Biochemist, Founding scientist for the biotech company Amgen. Collaborated with Abbott Laboratories in developing some of the first HIV... Read more »
Posted by Anonymouswhen asking people about HIV I have heard these things said to me.
1. you have to have multible exposures to get Hiv.
2.Hiv can hide in your body for 7 years
3. even a Nurse told me a HIV test must be done 1 year after possible exposure.
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Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesOur own former surgeon general wrote:
HIV antibodies generally do not reach
detectable levels until one to three months following infection and may take
as long as SIX MONTHS to be generated in quantities... Read more »
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