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How Does HIV and AIDS Transmission Happen?
Jun 15, 2014 ... HIV transmission can occur when blood, semen (including pre-seminal fluid, or " pre-cum"), vaginal fluid, or breast milk from an infected person ...
HIV Transmission, Casual Contact & HIV Risk - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Jun 18, 2014 ... HIV transmission occurs in many ways. Sexual transmission is the most common. What kind of contact between two people offers an HIV risk?
HIV/AIDS Transmission Questions - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Here are some HIV transmission related questions and their answers.
Overview of HIV/AIDS - Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Jun 15, 2014 ... What is HIV? The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that attacks the cells of the immune system. Although infections may show no ...
Preventing HIV Transmission During Pregnancy
Jun 18, 2014 ... The risk of HIV transmission during pregnancy is about 26% without any HIV treatment or intervention. But there is a way to reduce the risk of ...
How Do Other STDs Increase HIV Risk? - Sexually Transmitted ...
HIV-positive individuals with STDs are also more infectious – they're three to five times more likely than individuals without STDs to transmit HIV during sexual ...
HIV Transmission from Vaginal Sex Facts - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Jun 2, 2014 ... HIV transmission can occur in several ways. Can HIV transmission occur via vaginal sex? Yes you can get HIV from vaginal sex. Get the facts.
HIV Transmission Among Vampire Cults - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Being a good HIV nurse, the first question that came to mind was, "Is this 'blood shower' an HIV transmission risk?" The next morning, the scene stuck with me.
Pregnancy and HIV: Preventing Transmission - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Years ago, if a woman was HIV-positive, family planning was the last thing on her mind; Pregnancy and HIV just didn't mix. The fear of transmitting HIV to her ...
Identifying HIV Risk by Modes of Transmission - AIDS/HIV - About.com
May 27, 2014 ... The mode of transmission (also known as "exposure type") is the route by which HIV enters the body and causes infection.
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