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Pathophysiology Of Hepatitis

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Pathophysiology Class (Part 2)

Dr. B.,I did show your comments to my professor, and he shrugged his shoulders and said, "impressive credentials, but that still doesn't change the facts. Yes, different viruses have different transmission vectors, but they are inherently...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello First Year Medical Student,I stand by my comments, which are backed up by fact and over a quarter century of epidemiological research on the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Your pathophysiology professor is most likely not understanding your concern about... Read more »

PLEASE HELP

Dr. bob you're the only one who seems to answer these questions, now i know you mostly answer... Read more »

Please help my daughter

fine some peace. I have asked this on the Hep C forum but got no answers.She is 29 weeks pregnant.... Read more »
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Update on Management of the HIV/Hepatitis B- or HIV/Hepatitis C-Coinfected Patient

Table of Contents Introduction HIV/HCV Coinfection HIV/HBV Coinfection New Data From the Literature Conclusion References Introduction Chronic infection with hepatitis B virus (HBV) or hepatitis C virus (HCV) constitutes two of the... Read more »
Women Alive

Hepatitis: What Is It?

Hepatitis is the term used to describe a nonspecific inflammation of the liver. The causes of hepatitis can be many, such as viral, parasitic, infiltrative, drug or alcohol induced, or non-specific. The initial clinical presentation of the acute... Read more »
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HIV and Drug Users: A Different Clinical Picture

Different Clinical Picture The clinical picture of HIV in drug using populations is significantly different from HIV in other populations. For example, there are almost no cases of Kaposi's Sarcoma in male IDU's (Injection Drug Users) who are also... Read more »
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

New Guidance for Industry: Developing Antiretroviral Drugs for Treatment of HIV-1

The Food and Drug Administration recently published new Guidance for Industry: Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1 Infection: Developing Antiretroviral Drugs for Treatment The new guidance provides recommendations for the development of antiretroviral... Read more »
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An arsenal of laboratory methods are available to screen blood, diagnose infection, and monitor disease progression in individuals infected by HIV. These tests can be classified into those that: (a) detect antibody, (b) identify antigen, (c) detect... Read more »

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