Physical Barriers In Hiv Care
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Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Barriers Associated With Intentional Versus Unintentional ARV Non-Adherence Behavior Among HIV-Positive Patients in Clinical CareThanks to antiretroviral (ARV) therapy, "HIV has become better characterized as a chronic disease rather than a terminal illness, depending in part on one's ability to maintain relatively high levels of adherence," the authors wrote. Research has... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,There are just so many things so terribly wrong about your brief post one hardly knows where to begin. Congratulations. I think you may have just won this week's most dysfunctional post award!You are a married-bi-bottom-poz who converted... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineYes, that amount of protein in the urine, indicates some degree of damage to the kidneys, and the likely cause is high blood pressure. Although it's possible that HIV could have a small contribution here, the duration of infection makes it more... Read more »
WorkPositive, Inc.Pre-employment physicals are for measuring fitness for work. There should be no direct question about HIV or HCV unless you are being asked whether you have any condition that prevents you from fulfilling the essential functions of the job. Given... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi.I agree with your hubby, and yes, you should use universal precautions with all patients. From a medical standpoint HIV testing is not warranted. However, if my reassurance is not sufficient for you to shake your fears, get a single HIV test to... Read more »
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Posted by MOCHAScientists Discover 'Natural Barrier' to HIV
(HealthDay News) -- Researchers have discovered that cells in the mucosal lining of human genitalia produce a protein that "eats up" invading HIV -- possibly keeping the spread of the AIDS... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesI am the "It's all over folks" poster on page 5 of this forum if you want more background information.
The good news is I did test neg at about 5/6 weeks. The bad news is that I have been sick for about a month now. Never been this physically ill... Read more »
Posted by haley, 3 RepliesSo I've been infected for about a month now. I started getting symptoms after week one and after week 2 I found out I was positive. After about 7-8 days of symptoms, I started feeling a lot better physically. I even had my appetite back and... Read more »
Posted by wfppsnHarvard Medical School, Partners In Health and the World Food Programme cordially invite you to attend the IAS 2012 satellite Showing the Impact of Food Assistance and Nutrition Support in HIV Care.
Date: July 23, 2012
Time: 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Locati... Read more »
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