Vaccines To Replaces Hiv Medications
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Hermes,1.Yes, a three-month HIV-antibody test is recommended if you want a definitive and conclusive result. I agree with the doctor that you've had way too many HIV tests already and that most likely you are HIV negative. Your... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineI have had numerous patients do well with hip surgery (or other surgery) in the setting of HIV infection. I would be surprised if the CT in your note refers to the state then HIV docs at one of the major HIV clinics (i.e at Yale) usually have a... Read more »
Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegePresuming that your CD4 count is OK (roughly >200) and you don't have any other health issues (e.g., diabetes), the risks should be minimal. Some studies indicate a slight increase in risk of infection, but this is not so high that the... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineIn Minneapolis at least we have no problem finding orthopedists who are willing to perform indicated surgery in HIV+ patients with AVN of the hip or who need other types of ortho surgery. HIV+ persons generally do quite well with surgery as far as... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 5 Replies(article courtesy of RedFlagsDaily.com)
I told you so. I told you so in the scientific literature. I told you so on the internet. I told you that an HIV vaccine would never work.
This week, the long-awaited results from an independent trial of the... Read more »
Posted by JOHN_IN_LONDON, 3 RepliesI think almost every doctor is really excited with how fast technology is moving in the hiv diagnostic area,real time pcr testing will i think eventually replace the boring antibody testing procedure.as we all know viral load testing,and dna pcr... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousWednesday, 14 June, 2000, 18:05 GMT 19:05 UK
Live HIV vaccine 'is possible'
Scientists are developing a live vaccine for HIV that
cannot infect the people it is supposed to protect.
New Scientist magazine reports that a US team has
created a hybrid of... Read more »
Posted by ScotCharles, 2 RepliesMy HIV doctor has advised against a yellow fever vaccination before my trip to Kenya; and, a vaccination is not required for entry into Kenya. It does seem advisory to me given that I will be in Yellow Fever country around Mt. Kenya for part of my... Read more »
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