Research Methods For Hiv/aids
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Researchers, HIV/AIDS Advocates Debate Use of Circumcision as HIV Prevention Method in Developing CountriesResearchers and HIV/AIDS advocates and experts on Tuesday at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto debated whether male circumcision is a safe and effective method for preventing or reducing the spread of HIV in developing countries, the... Read more »
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UCLA School of MedicineI am not aware of laboratory or data in patients to support these claims. The good news is there are integrase inhibitors in development that appear to be very active in the laboratory as well as in patients. This should provide wonderful new... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Yes, it sounds crazy, because it is indeed crazy! The documentary is pseudo-science mumbo jumbo put out by AIDS denialists, including Peter Duesberg. (See below.) Don't be duped by these dimwits.Dr. BobAids Dissident (AIDS DENIALISM, 2010)... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,The best we can offer is relative levels of risk associated with various sexual activities. Check out Table 1 in the CDC document about nPEP. It can be found at www.cdc.gov/mmwr/PDF/rr/rr5402.pdf. However, it's important to note there are... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesThere is no testing available that can detect HIV infection the day after exposure. The most reliable testing method available is the HIV antibody test. If you know that you have been exposed to HIV, more agressive treatment and screening methods... Read more »
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Posted by bradford, 2 RepliesU.S. President George Bush ignores HIV prevention methods that work!
Who is informing the president on HIV and AIDS?
Failure of the American president to recognize the need to promote condoms has not only undermined over two decades of HIV prevention... Read more »
Posted by ME2, 1 ReplyHad about all the symptoms except a fever. I have been tested for HIV four times: at 7 weeks, 14 weeks, 17 weeks, and 27 weeks and each time negative. My concern is the testing method. One test was a rapid test but the other three were Particle... Read more »
Posted by bradfordCondoms: Our most trusted method to prevent HIV infection and AIDS!
These three words echo around the world AIDS CRISIS WORSENS!
40 million people infected worldwide
o37.2 million adults
o2.2 million children under 15
In 2004, 4.8 million people were... Read more »
Posted by bug, 1 ReplyHello ,
I got a lab test for HIV after 6 weeks of exposure but the lab was not using the ELISA method but the CMIA method.
The test was HIV Ag(p24) / HIV Ab (type1 + type 2) CMIA method. The results were negative, I was told by the doctor in the lab... Read more »
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