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P53 And Hiv

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Waiting for results (from Milano) part 4 WB indeterminate

I received my WB results and they're indeterminate. GP160 reactive, GP120 absent, P65 reactive, P55/P53 absent, GP41 absent, P31 absent, P24 reactive and P15 absent. I'm prepared for the worst but I can't really interpret this...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,At this point, I would suggest you see an HIV specialist. He will run additional tests to ascertain if indeed you are in the process of seroconversion. If so, consideration should be given to beginning antiretroviral therapy immediately to... Read more »

olive leaf extract

Hi Nelson,Do you take this?PeterAnti-HIV activity of olive leaf extract and modulation of host cell... Read more »

Time for treatment?

Dear Dr BobFirstly, a huge thank you to you and your colleagues for the info and support you... Read more »
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Oral Cancer in Men Associated With HPV

Two new reports shed additional light on the link between human papillomavirus and oral cancers. HPV can enter the mouth during oral sex, and an earlier study estimated that 38 percent of oral squamous-cell cancers were HPV-associated. But in a bit... Read more »
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States

Fact Sheet: Teen Pregnancy

Teenage pregnancies in the United States have declined in recent years but they remain an endemic public health problem. Young women of color and young women of low income are disproportionately affected by teenage childbearing. Pregnancy Rates ... Read more »
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Coping with HIV

Posted by copeHIV
Hi. I am conducting a web survey to explore how people living with HIV, as well as their loved ones, cope with various aspects of the disease. Your anonymous responses will help us develop recommendations on how to improve the quality of life of... Read more »

Coping with HIV-Study Still Open

Posted by copeHIV, 1 Reply
Hi. I am conducting a web survey to explore how people living with HIV, as well as their loved ones, cope with various aspects of the disease. Your anonymous responses will help us develop recommendations on how to improve the quality of life of... Read more »

want to have a baby, but worried

Posted by kolo, 1 Reply
quote: Adam Legge, Monday, April 16, 2007
Antiretroviral drugs used to prevent HIV transmission from mother to child can cause genetic damage in infants that may increase their risk of developing cancer in the future, according to new research.

The... Read more »