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  • Hello Everyone, In the state of CT, it has become mandatory for the ED to provide opt-out HIV testing (which is great!) There has been more tests done in the ED since this mandate. I currently provide primary care to patients living with HIV in a clinic ...

  • Many are suggesting that this be studied, but nutrition has been studied extensively, with no effect on viral load. Remember that there was a 15-year period when we had few effective options for people with HIV. Needless to say, people looked at anything ...

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    RE: HIV and Nutrition

    Great post! I'm interested in how nutrition might influence the viral load in HIV patients. If there's a connection, does it mean patients need to adhere to a specific dietary plan? This is a fascinating topic that deserves more exploration. ------------------------------ ...

  • That was an excellent question Melissa and something that I think is worth looking into! ------------------------------ nihitha nukala Fort Worth TX ------------------------------

  • I've never really thought about it, but I feel like there might a correlation between the nutrition status and viral load suppression. That might be clinical relevant to understanding patients with HIV. ------------------------------ Esther Park Frisco ...

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    Hello Everyone, In the state of CT, it has become mandatory for the ED to provide opt-out HIV testing (which is great!) There has been more tests done in the ED since this mandate. I currently provide primary care to patients living with HIV in a clinic ...

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    I am a HIV Peer Educator and a Mental Heath licensed Practitioner I am a graduate of the Black AIDS Institute I have a BSY,In Psychology and I am in school for my MPH. I have a non profit organization. How can the HIV expert help me? ------------------------------ ...

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    Good morning, I serve as the sexual health and HIV specialist at an FQHC in Washington, DC, while also pursuing my DNP degree. My current DNP proposal centers on reducing HIV transmission among Black ciswomen in DC, with a focus on enhancing understanding ...

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    Risk for TB and INSTI

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    Any experience with that association? Thanks Risk for TB-Associated IRIS in Persons with HIV on INSTI-Based Therapy Wendy S. Armstrong, MD, reviewing Coelho LE et al. Open Forum Infect Dis 2024 Jan 22 Vivian ...

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    Dear all, I am Infectious disease, public health physician and HIV specialist practicing in Delhi, India. As we know that diagnosis of EPTB among advanced HIV cases is quit complicated. Urine LAM is one test which can help but it is not currently ...

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