What Are The Different Herpes Treatment Options
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,The reason you have gotten several different opinions on when to start combination antiretroviral therapy is that we really don't know the exact answer! If you were to follow the published recommended guidelines for when to begin treatment,... Read more »
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FDA Approves Complera (Edurant + Truvada), a Second "All-in-One" Option for First-Line HIV TreatmentWhen it comes to single-pill HIV treatment regimens in the U.S., Atripla is no longer the only game in town. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has just approved Complera, a once-daily tablet that contains Truvada (tenofovir/FTC) and the NNRTI... Read more »
Gene That Prevents HIV From Replicating in Monkeys Could Play Role in New Treatment Options for Humans, Study SaysA gene called TRIM5-alpha that prevents HIV from replicating in rhesus monkeys could provide new treatment options for humans and could help prevent HIV-positive humans from developing AIDS, according to a study published in Jan. 11 issue of the... Read more »
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Posted by JFletcherHi!
We're conducting a paid research study with Men and Women Diagnosed with HIV-Positive to take part in our study and ONLY TALK about different treatment options.
Your opinion counts, and we compensate for travel and time with $100 for approximately... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesAlright, this plagues me. Most realize that hpv has many strains, and so does herpes. My questions is if you already have either can you still catch different strains or are you immune to them? We know hiv has different strains that you can catch. Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI'm a journalism student at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism looking for New Yorkers living with AIDS to talk with me about the complexities of AIDS treatment options. I'd like to speak both with people considering cocktail... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI just want to know, how good are the currently available treatments, and what are the prospects for newly infected persons? The new drugs, anounced at the Retroconference, when do you think they will be available, and what effect are they going to... Read more »
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