What Part Of The Body Is Affected By Hepatitis
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Tufts University School of MedicineThis is an interesting question. There is recent interest in using liver organs from hepatitis C individuals who have died and transplanting them in HCV positive patients who are dying from liver disease. The idea is that since there is such a... Read more »
University of California San DiegoThe key word is "MAY" delay HIV seroconversion. It has been reported in the literature - VERY RARELY - and as such, repeat HIV testing beyond 6 months MIGHT be considered if Hep C coinfection has been documented. This is rare enough that... Read more »
Brown UniversityThe presence of HIV infection in the body may delay hepatitis C seroconversion, meaning the development of hepatitis C antibody (Ab). So, people living with HIV infection may not seroconvert/develop hepatitis C antibody right away. Most people... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliesdear gman,hiv itself affect the liver,while NOT on meds?,
my liver enzymes are always raised.my recent DNA PCR WAS NEG,for HIV.
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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 bstnguy25, 2 RepliesHi everyone,
I sort of need it a help with regards my recent hepatitis B lab test.
I have been poz since 2006, in Dec 2010 i started my antiviral treatment. I am currently taking stocrin and kivexa. Since then, my viral load has been undetectable and... 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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