Number 1 Cause Of Hepatitis
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Stanford University, School of MedicineThe sexual transmission rate of HCV is not really known. It usually takes somewhat longer for HCV antibodies to appear in the blood. However, an antibody test at 1,3,6 months should be sufficient.... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,1.I've discussed the sexual transmission of hepatitis C many times in this forum. Check the archives! As an example, I'll reprint below some information form the archives pertaining to this topic. 2.If someone is infected with several... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillThere are many causes of elevated liver enzymes. My main thought is that in your case the high levels may reflect your recent HIV infection. Many more common viral illnesses can cause liver tests to rise for a period and then decline. So, it may... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillThanks for sharing your story. I am assuming that you are not receiving HIV therapy. If this is so, it is indeed strange that you are feeling so poorly. I would really be looking for another cause or causes. This would entail the routine tests... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHey, isn't it sad in the terror days of anti-retroviral therapy and Junk Science brought to you by the members of AIDS Inc., that the number one cause of death in AIDS patients today is LIVER FAILURE!!!!!!!!!!
Boy isn't that a surprise? I really... Read more »
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Aalso known as infectious hepatitis, is a liver disease caused by the Hepatitis A virus, HAV. This is comparatively a mild disease which does not progress to a chronic stage. Persons who have contracted the disease may have no symptoms... Read more »
Posted by statusCunknown, 1 ReplyHi, I'm new to this board and wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself.
My name is Shari and I am not infected with HIV, (this by shear luck only). I AM infected with Hepatitis C and the virus has caused severe damage to my liver.
Over 5... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI frequently see numbers quoted, supposedly from Quest, regarding the accuracy of their antibody tests from 1-3 months.
On this board, people have quoted Quest as stating a 98.5% accuracy at 6 weeks, for instance.
I have searched, and cannot find a... Read more »
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