Tracking Hiv Infections
Here's a taste of what TheBody.com has to offer on this topic:
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HIV/AIDS Researchers, Government Officials Track Progress, Forecast Challenges Ahead for HIV Vaccine DevelopmentMore than 1,000 researchers, government officials and advocates are gathering in Atlanta this week to discuss the progress and future challenges in the development of a vaccine that protects against HIV, FierceVaccines reports (Carroll, 9/29). The... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Worried Devotee,Many thanks for your very kind comments! They are warmly appreciated! Be well!Dr. BobWhat exactly is mycoplasma? Feb 3, 2010Dear Dr Bob, I was one who asked you the questions titled "Insertive Oralisterine Sex, Dry... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThe answer depends on how obsessive you want to be or whether you have any other medical illnesses that need routine monitoring (e.g. diabetes, high cholesterol etc). In our clinic, we draw a fair number of routine labs on a quarterly basis. These... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineWell, given your negative HIV test history, and symptoms at that time, it is possible. That is a pretty rapid decline for only a few months of infection. The good news is that your response to HIV treatment has been terrific and taken you out of... Read more »
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Posted by ScotCharles, 1 ReplyDid anyone know this was going on? How is our privacy guaranteed?
HIV Tracking System May Be Scrapped
California uses codes instead of names to protect patient privacy, but even some former supporters say coding is too cumbersome.
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Posted by nomoreworry4me, 1 Replywhen taking the test how far does it go back , there so much imformation about window period . CDC sayd 3 months the max why does blood banks sayd 12 months . do they know what they are talking about . Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHi all!
In case you were wondering about the title of this post, I'm not a drug user...it's been 95 days of sheer hell and, in my panic, I took both the Home Access test and had blood drawn at a clinic. Hence the "track marks" on my arm and... Read more »
Posted by annasearch, 2 RepliesHi all -
I was wondering if I can get your take on something.
I'm a researcher learning about HIV and how to help people better manage HIV and AIDS. I was wondering, do people in the community track data? Viral load, CD4 count etc. Does anyone know... Read more »
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