When Does Ars Occur And How Long Does It Last

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Me Love you long time, or so she said

Hi Doc. About 5 weeks ago I met a girl in a bar in Saigon. We frenched a few minutes (one small cut on my lip, minor gum irritation and temporary crowns as well), I fingered her briefly, next thing I know she whispers in my ear that the appetizer...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,I wouldn't say you are a hypochondriac, but I also very strongly doubt you have HIV. Your symptoms are not suggestive of or worrisome for HIV. Your activities with Miss Saigon are not considered to be a significant risk for acquiring HIV. I would... Read more »

Does Acute HIV Infection symptoms last this long?

First off I was told I was HIV positive 2 weeks ago, and now waiting for all the baseline test you... Read more »

How long could I have had HIV? (LIFE EXPECTANCY, 2009)

Hi Dr. Frascino,I am in my mid 20s, and I was recently diagnosed with HIV (it's been about a month... Read more »
Terri Wilder

Eight Characteristics of Long-Term Survivors of HIV/AIDS

...Atlanta for people living with HIV. I love doing this workshop and think that it is a valuable guide for people on living a long Life With HIV. At THRIVE! I do a workshop called "THRIVING with HIV." It is based on a 1987 research study... Read more »
The Body

So Long to New York's HIV Care Networks

... As of December 31, 2010, the HIV Care Networks of New York State will no longer exist. The New York State Ryan White Part B HIV Care Networks' mission is to promote a coordinated community response that Read more »
The Body PRO

Immune Responses in Long-Term Non-Progressors

... Immune Responses in Long-Term Non-Progressors -- Lessons for Immune Reconstitution (WeOrA199) Authored by Brigitte Autran Non-abstract driven session Read more »
The Center for AIDS

In for the Long Haul: Debate Paves Way for Long-Term Trials *

...all of these elements are at play in what may be one of the least publicized and most critical fields in HIV research today: long-term trial design. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has earmarked approximately $80... Read more »