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Avatar m tn Good Morning You can be safely reassured. The RNA PCR is very reliable indeed at the interval you describe and we use it at around 7 days for very early screening. The CDC is correct. The other doctors are incorrect in my humble opinion.
Avatar m tn I am a 22 year old male from New York. About a year and a half ago I was tested for all STD's including AIDS & Herpes. Before the test I had protected sexual intercourse with two girls the last one being 6 months before the test, and unprotected oral sex being 4-5 months before the test. and I have engaged in mutual masturbation & kissing with a few African American strippers & a 20 year old college student.
Avatar m tn As a member of the AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power (ACT UP) in New York, Lei helped organize demonstrations to demand housing for homeless people living with AIDS; the first National People of Color AIDS Activist Conference; and co-founded the Asian and Pacific Islander Caucus. In 1992, Lei served as the Founding Board Co-chair of the Asian and Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS, the first AIDS organization to serve the API community in New York City.
Avatar m tn // my question is does anyone know if current antibody test will also catch a new strain like this?
Avatar f tn Appreciate it do you find home access 2nd generation test to be conclusive at 3 months? Also what part of oh r you from?
Avatar n tn I do live in KS, so i understand the risk for me is extremely less than for someone lets say in California or New York. Your input would be well appreciated.
Avatar m tn " NEW YORK, April 21 (Reuters) - Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc (VRTX.O) said it will begin the process this summer of seeking U.S. approval for telaprevir, its eagerly anticipated experimental treatment for hepatitis C. Vertex said on Wednesday that the application would be done through a "rolling submission" -- meaning paperwork supporting approval will be delivered to the U.S.
148588 tn?1465778809 Turing Pharmaceuticals of New York bought the drug from Impax Laboratories in August for $55 million and raised the price from $13.50 a tablet to $750. GlaxoSmithKline sold the drug for about $1 a tablet after being approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1953. CorePharma bought it in 2010 and Impax Laboratories bought Core and all affiliated companies for $700 million last year.
Avatar f tn "With the HIV antibody test used in new york state, virtually all people who are infected will test positive within one month of being infected. Most people will test positive even sooner" This is what is written at the bottom of my negative test result sheet/recipt or whatever it is This test is from St. Vincents Clinic in New York City They Used the "Finger stick with whole blood" Is this new information? Does that mean a test after months exposure is clear?
1340519 tn?1305166702 theres one in new york i went to at the new york presbeterian hospital nerology department dr louis weimer 212-305-1330 or 212-305-6876 its only 3 hours from philly
Avatar m tn 1)Hi,my first question is can CMV interfere in Hiv test 2) i had hiv ag/bg combo axsym and vdrl testing which was negative,can the virus be detected in both these test even if you have aids and take the test past 5 years ,im still worried because i had OI which i had mentioned earlier im still nervous about the hiv virus,is it possible it might have turned into full blown aids thats why the results were negative,can you explain what is full blown aids 3)Do i need cd4 count test,please explain
Avatar n tn So why doctors are so stubborn about oral sex? Saying oral sex is NOT free of risks for both partners?? Why are them scarying us whit that info? For example:
Avatar f tn Thanks Vance, I am new to this. Why does New York have window at 15 days? Is it a different test. maybe I will go there and test :) save the wait lol.
Avatar m tn A Cure for AIDS While treating a patient for leukemia, doctors inadvertently cured his case of AIDS By Julia WallacePosted 11.14.2008 at 3:55 pm17 Comments Holy crap. These guys in Germany just cured AIDS! Of course, the procedure is so expensive, complicated, and risky that it's not replicable as a large-scale public health strategy, but we'll ignore that for a minute. Here's how they did it. Drs.