What Are Some Facts About Aids?
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GlobalHealthFacts.org Posts Latest Global, Country-Level HIV/AIDS Data; New Latin America, Mexico HIV/AIDS Fact Sheets Available"Latest Global and Country-Level HIV/AIDS Data Now Available on GlobalHealthFacts.org," Kaiser Family Foundation : GlobalHealthFacts.org has been updated with country-level HIV/AIDS data to reflect the latest information released in the UNAIDS 2008... Read more »
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:No. That is incorrect. The answer is three months. It takes three months for the body to produce enough antibodies to be detected by an antibody test. At 90 days you can get a conclusive HIV test result. In health,Richard... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Saliva is not considered to be an HIV transmission risk unless it contains visible blood. See below.Dr. BobDr. Bob, very worried. Saliva came in touch with open wound,Nov 14, 2007 Dr. Bob, An escort was licking my face, later i realised that i... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,A patented cure for AIDS dating back to 1997???? Yep, that sounds (and is) ridiculous. Do you really think Magic Johnson would still be HIV positive if a cure really existed??? Dr. Pieronne in the "Choosing Your Meds" expert forum... Read more »
AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastI must disagree with the statement that everyone with HIV infection will eventually get AIDS. It is true that the natural history of untreated HIV infection is development of AIDS in the majority of patients, but who ever said we should let nature... Read more »
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Posted by ScotCharles, 1 ReplyKey facts about HIV/AIDS
Reuters NewMedia - August 10, 2006
The world's largest international AIDS conference opens in Toronto, on Sunday, 25 years after the epidemic... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHow Do I Know If I Have HIV?
The only way to know for sure if you have HIV is to get an HIV test.
If you are at risk of HIV, you should have an HIV test every six months. You should also reduce your risk (see the section on Prevention).
Soon after... Read more »
Posted by Mcity1, 1 ReplyI had recently Posted and never got an experts opinion on the abstract, Ive done all Tests possible to no avail and i do not even have stress over HIV, I fear diabetes and cancer more, but i needed to hear what the experts think about having... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousFor those of you undergoing the HIV Scare Crisis in the UK, I am posting the telephone numbers of the local helplines.
A telephone conversation with someone knoledgeable about the disease (such as the helpline operators) may come in very useful. It... Read more »
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