What Part Of The Body Does Aids Effect
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,One has to wonder how "protected" your hooker-nookie was if you managed to contract the clap (gonorrhea) during your episode of horizontal mattress mambo! As for antibiotic-induced oral candidiasis (thrush), just because penicillin... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThe HIV virus affects and can infect many parts of the body. The lymph glands and blood cells called t lymphocytes are most often infected... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I do not see a significant HIV risk from the events you describe. Take a read through the archives, as I've discussed similar concerns many, many times in the past. I'll just add a few quick points here:1.HIV cannot pass through... Read more »
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Posted by My3Cents, 1 Reply"An AIDS-like disease which attacks the immune system has swept Asia and parts of the U.S. in a bizarre pattern, bewildering doctors and researchers.
The disease, which doesnt appear to be contagious, doesnt spread through a virus, unlike AIDS."
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Posted by RevAnn, 2 RepliesSo let me qualify myself for those who don't know me. I am 40 yo, was infected in 1980 (through a rape).
Now, I am concerned that we have become our own worse enemies for education. I too am guilty. We are telling people that HIV/AIDS is not a... Read more »
Posted by firefly, 4 RepliesThe Most Important Body Part:
My mother used to ask me what is the most important part of the body.
Through the years I would take a guess at what I thought was the correct answer. When I was younger, I thought sound was very important to us as... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousWhat are the chances of transmitting HIV through a needle?
July 13, 1998
Answered by Nicolas Sheon, HIV InSite Prevention Editor
I would like to know what the chances of transmitting HIV through a... Read more »
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