HIV-negative

Translations

HIV-negative

[ˌeɪtʃaɪˌviːˈnɛgətɪv] adjsieronegativo/a

HIV-negative

إصَابَةٌ بِالإِيدزِ- سَلبِيَّةٌ HIV negativní HIV-negativ HIV-negativ μη οροθετικός VIH negativo HIV-negatiivinen séronégatif HIV negativan sieronegativo HIV陰性の HIV 음성의 hiv-negatief HIV-negativ HIV-negatywny HIV negativo, seronegativo с отрицательным анализом на ВИЧ HIV-negativ ไม่มีเชื้อไวรัสที่ทำให้เกิดโรคเอดส์ HIV’li olmayan HIV-âm tính HIV阴性的
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Vitamins and perinatal outcomes among HIV-negative women in Tanzania.
1] Ninety two percent of them died of lung cancer--a 57% increase over the death rate for HIV-negative patients.
Many major life insurers issue a standard policy only to HIV-negative people, while some offer costly and highly restrictive individual plans for HIV-positive insureds.
Of 421 HIV-negative babies getting only nevirapine, 12 percent were infected at that age, the researchers report in the Oct.
What is needed is a better understanding of the pathways to cancer development: whether they are similar in HIV-positive versus HIV-negative individuals and whether we can extrapolate treatment modalities used in the immunocompetent population or need to develop new treatment regimens.
Per every 100,000 HIV-negative homosexual men, 35 have anal cancer, which is four times the incidence of cervical cancer in women, according to Clinica (July 3, 2000).
Although menstrual irregularities were equally common in HIV-infected women and at-risk HIV-negative women in a recent WIHS survey, women with CD4+ T cell counts below 50 per cubic millimeter ([mm.
In 1994, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported the results of two studies that monitored couples in which one partner was infected with HIV and the other partner was HIV-negative.
The real question was: How many AIDS-defining diseases were to be found in the HIV-negative cohort?
HIV-positive people 65 years old or older have higher rates of common non-AIDS diseases like heart disease and diabetes than HIV-negative people that age.
There are no differences in growth, body composition or breast milk intake among HIV-negative infants, whether born to HIV-positive or HIV-negative mothers, an IAEA-supported research project in Kenya has found.