Swiss Hiv Prevention Plan
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,I would definitely encourage you to continue using condoms to prevent superinfection (reinfection, dual infection). It is possible to acquire a different strain of the virus, which might be more aggressive than the one you are currently dealing... Read more »
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Swiss study in POZ Magazine sayingExperts Say Positive People on Effective HIV Meds Arent Sexually InfectiousHi, I think your great and I read your forum as often as I can ...I just read the Jan 30th update... Read more »
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Statement Regarding Findings of the Swiss Government on the Transmissibility of HIV Infection by HIV-Positive People Receiving Antiretroviral TreatmentIn February 2008, the Swiss AIDS Commission reported on the results of studies suggesting that HIV positive individuals receiving effective antiretroviral treatment do not appear to be at significant risk of transmitting the virus to their... Read more »
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Posted by chichi, 2 Replieshi,
i read your post to me below at the bottom of this page.
in answer to your question about speaking to a "shrink" ....
for me, yes it has helped. i also talk about other things with my "shrink". I do not talk about hiv and testing anymore. it is a... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 Repliesdidnt mean to jump on you, just got very annoyed when I read this message. I too am a person who tested negative (me at about 24 weeks after start of mono symtoms) I also had a low risk exposure. Kissing with possible cuts in mouth while drunk. Not... Read more »
Posted by livesinadream, 4 RepliesOK so I'm 25 and have been poz for about 2 years. On meds and healthy, working full time. I'm wondering if I should plan for retirement. You know start a 401K and a roth IRA. I guess my question is what if I don't live to the retirement age of... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyStudy Description:
NO/AIDS Task Force and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention invite you to help with a new program for men who have sex with men (MSM) and 18 years and older called SouthPOL+.
The purpose of this study is to pilot the CDC... Read more »
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