Hiv positive inmates in 1990

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1225178 tn?1318984204 T: ""I think that's much more attributable to the fact that Hep C was only identified in 1990 M: ( I don't see how that is relevant to people not knowing today - in 2010 or 2009)," I can see that point being a little vague. My thought there is that this was when it was first classified as Hep C which is not that long ago and they weren't instantly all knowing about it either nor the public well educated on it and even this many years later, still are not.
233616 tn?1312790796 Absent this, a very different spiral is indeed possible. Because no one listened in time, there are now African countries with 70% HIV positive status. Let that sink in for a moment. Those countries were and are predominately heterosexual, and yet that virus has basically infected 3/4 of some countries. Here's one example of how retro virus's to not always "behave" nor are they spread only via the ways initiatially suspected.
Avatar m tn Sometime prior to Dec 2006, you were probably in the inactive phase of the disease before with eAntigen negative, eAntibody positive, low DNA, and normal LFTs and ALTs. If you DNA jumped from low to 107,000 IU/ML (which is a sign of the disease breaking through immuno-control) then to 487,165 IU/ML, with elevated ALTs, those are classic signs of a eAntigen negative active disease. This is a classic sign of the core-promoter mutant strain, which is quite common.