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#444832 - 08/20/13 10:20 PM !
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#444835 - 08/20/13 10:23 PM Re: Life expectancy for HIV increases by 15 years [Re: Smalltown80sBoy]
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This is great news!

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#447108 - 09/13/13 02:42 PM Re: Life expectancy for HIV increases by 15 years [Re: Smalltown80sBoy]
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That's fantastic (and interesting) news. Does anyone know why the categories and age projections are different? How does the manner of transmission affect the projected life expectancy?

I may be mistaken, but isn't "World AIDS Day" calendared on a day in October? If so, this article is great news to precede the day.

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#447395 - 09/17/13 12:49 AM ! [Re: Smalltown80sBoy]
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#454480 - 11/20/13 12:09 AM Re: Life expectancy for HIV increases by 15 years [Re: Smalltown80sBoy]
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I interviewed a leading researcher with a biotech center studying the Hepatitis B virus. He is a major player in both viral hepatitis and AIDS research and maintains that AIDS has gone essentially from a death sentence in the 80's to a manageable disease today, much like diabetes. He considers Hepatitis B more dangerous due to the decreased ability of doctors to manage the course of that disease.
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