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Wade Schaerer Jan 8
My latest blood results can't detect in my blood. I am living proof that treatment works! I have an undetectable viral load, this means that HIV is not a threat to my health & it also means that I can't transmit the virus! Follow the science, not stigma!
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CDC HIV/AIDS Jan 14
It's 2019, but misinformation about how spreads is still out there. Fight myths with facts--get them here:
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ChatPositive 36m
For me, treatment feels no different to taking vitamin tablets every day. I've integrated it to my daily routine, just like brushing my teeth in the morning.
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Free To Shine Africa 15h
Early detection of is key to effective treatment. The WHO recommends that babies exposed to HIV are tested within the first two months of life. Read 's post to find out more about point-of-care technologies for early infant diagnosis
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Beaux Réliose Jan 13
Not a lot of people know that Gary Wormser the Crook made a name for himself in the early days of / research. This is a presentation he did in 2007. His presentation is kind of a creepy segue...
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Emory Technology Transfer Jan 14
I developed an affinity for drug development, even after discovering key drugs, I’m still at it. Here my story.
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NCI HIV Dynamics and Replication Program Jan 11
Frank Maldarelli presented invited lectures on /AIDS, drug resistance & persistence at U. New South Wales, Kirby Institute & St. Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney & participated in a symposium & protocol review in Jakarta hosted by INA-RESPOND &
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Goffinet Lab 16h
Come work with us! We have two open postdoc positions at to work on and virus interactions with the innate immune system. A brand new lab is waiting in Berlin! HIV: Chikungunya:
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AIDS United 3h
We will not be deterred from ensuring the Natl /AIDS Strategy is realized. Raise your voice at !
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myHIVteam 18h
Did you just spend the night like this? Unfortunately, and sleeplessness often go hand in hand. Join the discussion about getting better sleep and managing symptoms here:
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Positive Peers 6h
Living with is your business and only your business. Learn how healthcare privacy laws protect you when you're living with HIV:
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SHM Foundation 22h
''Being a mentor has sharpened my leadership skills. I have now accepted my status. I feel I have support and I have been able to gain knowledge on HIV''.
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Gil Casio SM 3h
Attending the 21st Bangkok International Symposium on HIV Medicine 2019 where latest advances in research, prevention, & treatment.
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David Fawcett Jan 11
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Plus91 6h
21st International Symposium on 2019 aims to stimulate debate through a series of panel discussions on issues such as access to care and the cost of ARV in developing countries.
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Peel HIV/AIDS Network 16h
Michael Fanous is the owner of (Canada's first and only + run and focused pharmacy!) and a strong 2SLGBTQ+ rights and advocate. He will join us this Thursday as a guest speaker to explore HIV basics and .
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Plus Health 20h
Staying well during the Winter months is important for anyone living with a long-term health condition, including . GP's are often better placed than your HIV clinic to manage minor health conditions. Community pharmacists can also provide advice & information.
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myHIVteam Jan 12
Receiving an diagnosis can be jolting and upsetting because it labels us with a problem for which there is no clear cure. How did you adapt to your 'new normal' ? Share with compassionate people who understand on myHIVteam:
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Robin Wilson-Beattie 1h
The science is clear: with HIV, undetectable equals untransmittable
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Alexander Deets 16h
Charlie Sheen has a new outlook on life after he publicly revealed that he was HIV positive. Here's what his perspective is now:
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