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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Kazakhstan Has 17,266 Registered HIV Carriers

Kazakhstan's Center for Prevention and Control of AIDS said Friday that the nation had 17,266 registered HIV cases as of Oct. 1, up by 1,358 from the 15,908 recorded through Feb. 1, 2010. The center said 1,432 of these individuals had progressed to... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Kazakhstan Registers Some 16,000 HIV Carriers

For the five-month period ending Feb. 1, Kazakhstan registered 590 HIV infections, for a cumulative total of 15,908 cases to date, officials said Thursday. Of cases, 44.7 percent are ages 20-29; 33 percent are ages 30-39; and 12 percent are ages... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Over 100 New Cases of HIV Infection Registered in Russia Daily

"Over 100 new cases of HIV infection [are] registered in Russia daily, and the epidemic is affecting mostly the youth, children, and women," according to Sanjeev Kumar, the coordinator of UNICEF's office for Central and Eastern Europe and the... Read more »
Ask the Experts

Are HIV+ people registered?

I have a friend who is HIV+ and I have been unable to find him. I heard that all HIV+ people have to be registered. Is this true? If so,where can i find the list....
Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Response from Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Harvard Medical School
Although we report new cases of HIV infection, in NO way is there a register of HIV positive patients. This would violate confidentiality laws. You can search thebody.com for more info on this subject.... Read more »

HIV + registered nurses

I recently returned to work with the dubious help of my state's Bureau ofVocational Rehabilitation. I am a registered nurse, with a Ph.D. andspeciality in chemical dependency. The "rehab counselor" and his team haveprovided my with...
Lynne Gabriel

Response from Lynne Gabriel

WorkPositive, Inc.
Because your question is regarding legal recourse, I am referring it to thesection regarding HIV and the Law. I have forwarded your question to them,please check that area for a reply(http://www.thebody.com/cgi/legalans.html#recent). Thank you.... Read more »

Are registered prostitutes HIV free?

Some people say the chances are relatively lower to contract HIV disease if they engage sex activaty with registered prostitutes. As far as I know many countries including USA allow some licensed brothels or red light district to do bussiness. All...
Rick Sowadsky, M.P.H.

Response from Rick Sowadsky, M.P.H.

Nevada State Health Division AIDS Program
Hi. Thank you for your question.Some countries do have legalized and regulated prostitution. Because I amnot familiar with the rules and regulations of legalized prostitution outsideof the USA, I cannot tell you how safe it is. But never assume... Read more »

Inactive HBV carrier having unprotected sex with active HBV carrier

Hello Doctor.I am a HBV inactive carrier with HBs Ag+, HBe Ag-, HBV DNA(PCR)=4055 copies/mL, ALT and AST are within normal.I want to have unprotected sex with my new girlfriend who is an active HBV carrier with 100s of millions of copies/mL. We went...
Barbara McGovern, M.D.

Response from Barbara McGovern, M.D.

Tufts University School of Medicine
I personally would be concerned about this. In HIV, for example, we know that patients can be "superinfected" with another strain of virus. I would be concerned that the same thing could happen in this situation that you describe.... Read more »
Connect With Others

Register to Vote! and Vote for Kerry!

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
If you are wondering who is better for HIV/AIDS both treatment and prevention, you must vote for Kerry. Remember that Bush beleives in abstinence only till marriage as they key (yet most women in the world infected with HIV get infected from their... Read more »

how to register?

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
can somebody tell me how to register? I am not that great at computers. what is the difference for login and display name?
Is display name is what shows up on the board and login name is confidential? I am the one exposed to hiv and hep c Read more »

Just Registered

Posted by SaltyWater, 11 Replies
Hi All,

I posted a message a few days about goign the hell I was goign through and just finding out I was positive. (Still cant bring myself to type / say the word)

I just thought I'd register as I think this site can be a great help and although I've... Read more »

Insurance carrier in NY/CT?

Posted by willy, 2 Replies
Hi, I'm wondering if anyone knows of insurance carriers in the NY/CT area that are particularly good to deal with if you have HIV? Or any that I should avoid? My COBRA policy is running out soon, my new employer doesn't provide insurance and I need... Read more »