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27. How effective are latex condoms in preventing HIV?
28. Where can I get tested for HIV infection?
29. What if I test HIV positive?
30. How long after a possible exposure should I be tested for HIV?
31. When do you know for sure that you are not infected with HIV?
32. What is the difference between an Anonymous and a Confidential Test?
33. Which test should I have done: Anonymous or Confidential?
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37. If I test HIV negative does that mean that my partner is HIV negative also?
38. I’m HIV positive. Where can I go for information about treatments?
39. Is there anything I can do to stay healthy?
40. How safe is the U.S. blood supply?
41. Do the new drugs I hear about cure you?
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119. VACCINATIONS AND HIV
120. Where did HIV come from?
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3. Stroke Risk May Be Higher in HIV Patients
4. 1 in 4 HIV Patients Have Neurological Diseases: Study
5. Study Shows Nevirapine A New Treatment Option For HIV-Positive Infants
6. HIV Virus May Hide in Brain
7. AIDS 2010 Follow-Up Coverage: Global HIV/AIDS Funding; HIV/AIDS Studies, Releases
8. HIV-Positive Women Who Want to Conceive Feel Stigma: Survey
9. Community Living Room, Fountain of Dreams
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12. Flu Shot Reminder
13. New Approach to Mental Health: Interview with Jeff Hoeltzel, Community Living Room
14. AIDS Treatment News, New Toll-Free Phone Number, 800-804-8845
15. Isentress (Raltegravir) Pricing: Community Sign-On Letter
16. AIDS News Feeds: The Future
17. Herzenberg Wins Kyoto Prize for Cell Sorter
18. Prisoner Death Rate Very High Immediately After Release
19. Sustiva: Revised Drug-Interaction Information
20. FUZEON: Avoiding Injection-Site Reactions
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