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Timeline Of Hiv Aids

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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Kaiser Family Foundation Releases Interactive, Web-Based Timeline of Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic

The Kaiser Family Foundation on Wednesday released an interactive, Web-based timeline of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic. The timeline, titled "The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic: A Timeline of Key Milestones ," is designed to serve as a reference tool... Read more »
Rick Sowadsky, M.S.P.H.

Approximate Timeline of Testing and Symptoms for HIV/AIDS

(These times are approximate and may vary greatly from person to person!) NOT Drawn to Scale! (Click the image to enlarge.) Key: AVS = Acute Viral Syndrome A = Antigen test PCR = Polymerase Chain Reaction test [----] ... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

IAVI Report Examines Initiative's History, AIDS Vaccine Timeline

"Imagining a World Without AIDS ," International AIDS Vaccine Initiative : The report examines IAVI's history and includes a timeline of milestones in IAVI and AIDS vaccine research. It also reviews various initiatives in the global effort to... Read more »
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HIV timeline

I have a question. I contracted HIV from my ex husband. We were married for 7 years. I did not find out I had HIV until six months after we divorced. He passed away that same year from Lymphoma. He never took meds. Does this mean that I will get...
Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Response from Mark Holodniy, M.D., F.A.C.P., C.I.C.

Stanford University, School of Medicine
Unlikely that you will get lymphoma. Lymphoma would not occur as a result of you getting HIV infection from someone who was HIV infected and had lymphoma. It usually has to do with someone's underlying immune system suppression as a result of... Read more »

HIV Timeline

Hi, after the inital stage of HIV (Primary), i have read that the next stage no symptoms appear for about on average 10 years (Latency stage i think?). Can this stage normally be shorter eg 5 years? During this period, would milder symptoms be...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Response from Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Rocky Mountain CARES
Hello and thanks for posting.There is a very large range of timelines for HIV infection. The clinically latent, asymptomatic phase (after acute retroviral syndrome or acute HIV infection) can range from months to years. Yes, during this phase... Read more »

Hiv timeline

I had a high risk encounter with a sex worker 3 years ago.But now im am worried i might be infected. I am in perfect health these 3 years; no shingles,weight loss..Am i safe or just that the symptoms hadn't come out?Do i need to get tested?...
Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Response from Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Columbia University's Health & Related Services
You can't determine your status based on the absence of symptoms. It's a good sign, but is in no way reliable. The average time it takes for a person to develop AIDS-related symptoms is about 10 years. Your best bet is to have an HIV... Read more »

Timeline without treatment

My brother was diagnosed with hiv in 1995. He has never been on treatment except when he breaks out he'll go to the clinic and get antibiotic. The last time he did go he was told his t-cell count is now at 5. How much time does he have left....
David Wohl, M.D.

Response from David Wohl, M.D.

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
About as much time as an ostrich with its head in the sand while outside a lion's den. Your brother has waited too long. He needs to get on treatment now. If he does and is as adherent to it and his medical appointments as he was avoidant to... Read more »
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HIV/AIDS Timeline

Posted by ScotCharles
http://www.aegis.com/topics/timeline/

The link above will give you an idea of what happenned in the first few years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

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AIDS Timeline

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Timeline Question

Posted by Blixer, 2 Replies
I was just informed of a positive HIV test result this past Monday. I'm scheduled for a followup visit with an HIV specialist next Tuesday. In the meantime I'm wondering when I was infected and how long it has been. What led me to be tested was a... Read more »

Timeline of Testing

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
I tested for HIV at 24 weeks after exposure and I was negative. Should I test after 26 weeks just to play it safe, since technically 26 weeks is six months. Has anyone ever tested negative at 24 weeks and poz later? Read more »