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HIV reservoirs are like cellular fortresses and that’s bad

The latest “kick-and-kill” research to eliminate the HIV virus uncovered a potential obstacle in finding a cure. A recent study by researchers at the George Washington University (GW) found that latent HIV reservoirs show resistance to CD8+ T-cells, a type of white blood cell whose primary function is to kill infected cells. 357 more words

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HIV Canada

  • BC early MSM detection; het/IVDu: late detection
  • BC low viral suppresssion: female / <30;
  • Female low suppression: not nec. S/E, 91% trauma hx, 60% MH, mostly minority -persistent issue x 20 yrs…
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A Primer on HIV, Hepatitis, and Clinicals: A Bronx Tale

Hello again everyone! Last time on Lablogatory, I discussed the importance of patient advocacy and how it was especially poignant around the recent holiday season. 1,260 more words


The Start....

Let’s see how I can write this. I am not going to start it out with something like Once upon a time or something cause well let’s face it my life is no fairy tale in the least. 926 more words


Book Review: So Near the Horizon by Jessica Koch

Title: So Near the Horizon

Author: Jessica Koch

Publication Date:  October 2017

Publisher: FeuerWerke Verlag

Genre: Romance, Contemporary, New Adult

Rating: ★★★★★


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Book Blog

Pokoknya Menurut Agama Saya LGBT itu Laknat, Anda Mau Apa?

“Terserah anda mau jungkir balik kayak gimana, pokoknya di agama saya gini, dan pokoknya pasti agama anda juga gini. Udahlah, nurut saja sama saya.”

Saya ini orang suci, saya penganut agama yang paling benar.

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From One Friendship, Lessons on Life, Death, AIDS and Childlessness

S. Kirk Walsh | Longreads | January 2018 | 27 minutes (6,711 words)

I first met Dan Cronin on an early spring evening in 1993. Michael, my new boyfriend, introduced us. 7,108 more words