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Under Rare Circumstances Do No People Not Develop Hiv Antibodies

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Negligible risks & extenuating circumstances for oral

Thanks for the tremendous comfort you bring to so many of us. This "frequent" question is more then worth my commitment to making a $100 donation. After performing oral on a woman sex worker of unknown HIV status within the past month,...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,You pose a great many hypothetical questions. I will try to respond to the most pertinent issues and then give you a final piece of advice for the way forward, OK?You write: "Or is this still so rare, despite all the potential and common... Read more »

25 rares cases with hiv but no antibody, and WB negative, and normal inmunoglobulina

http://journals.lww.com/aidsonline/Fulltext/2010/06190/Seronegative_HIV_1_infection__a_review_of_the... Read more »

Complex circumstances. Can't find answers Going bonkers HELP

Hello doc. First of all let me congratulate you for the work you're doing on this website and... Read more »
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Duke Medicine

Duke Scientists Find Rare, Potent Antibody to HIV-1

Scientists at Duke University Medical Center have for the first time isolated an important antibody in human serum that could potentially play a key role in the design of an AIDS vaccine. The research appears as a highlighted feature online in the ... Read more »
Bionor Immuno AS

New Path to Therapeutic HIV Vaccine Discovered by Studying Immunologic Profile of Rare HIV Controllers

Oslo -- Based on encouraging results from pre-clinical research, Bionor Immuno AS, today announced intentions to take the therapeutic and potentially preventative HIV-vaccine candidate Vacc-C5 into a Phase I/II clinical trial. The research results... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Antibodies Present in Long-Term HIV Survivors Could Contribute to Vaccine Development, Study Says

HIV-positive people who do not develop AIDS and do not require antiretroviral medication could provide insight for new strategies in vaccine development, according to a study published Sunday in the journal Nature , London's Independent ... Read more »
Gay Men's Health Crisis

A Rare Moment in Time

There are three new drugs coming to pharmacy shelves in the next 12 months that might conceivably herald a revolution for HIV-infected people who have developed resistance to many or most available drugs. (This group of so-called "salvage patients"... Read more »
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Strange circumstances

Posted by Impossible, 1 Reply
Ok so a little backround I've been somewhat promisicious in 2009 making up for lost time. I only had one partner in 2010 before these two encounters. and none after until I saw my X GF after I got my three month negative and I wanted to believe I... Read more »

Rare occasion, no antibodies? Please answer

Posted by ImmuneFail, 2 Replies
Hi, first off I just wanted to tell you I've never had any serious life threatening conditions nor any known immune system problems, I had a normal immune system. I don't do drugs or even drink often. I eat pretty healthy and try to stay at active... Read more »

6 month is rare to seroconvert

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
How long after a possible exposure should I wait to get tested for HIV?

The tests commonly used to detect HIV infection actually look for antibodies produced by your body to fight HIV. Most people will develop detectable antibodies within 3 months... Read more »

Now the rare persons is changed!

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
If you read this "UPDATED" information from The CDC you can see that they have changed their position on the Window Period. Before they answered that persons can take 6 months to develop Antibodies, Now they are stating that the RARE persons take up... Read more »