HIV positive


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HIV positive


adj.
(of a person) diagnosed by a test as being infected with HIV.
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As per details, 41 persons were screened in Ratodero hospital and one more case of HIV positive reported.
Solomon said that he was inspired to help the HIV positive children as even after 8 years into his marriage he had no child and he wanted to adopt an HIV positive child who is in need.
According to the Pakistan Economic Survey 2017-18, 'Till date 4,500 HIV positive cases have been reported to the AIDS Control Programmes at federal and provincial level' - a phrase repeated in the survey reports since 2012-13.
The US embassy has since started a countrywide tour to spread the message through a film screening, which features HIV positive peoples' stories.
In Allahdino Selro village, 198 people were screened and of them two children were detected HIV positive, he said.
Recent developments in the management of HIV have made it possible for HIV positive people to marry each other or marry HIV negative people and still have healthy children.
Results: The incidence of poor wound healing and incision infection in HIV positive group was higher than that in HIV negative group, but there were no significant differences between the two groups (p>0.05).
10- year- old Raman Arya studying in a government schools allegedly faces discrimination from his teachers and administration just because he is HIV positive.
And third, the African ecumenical theology that I seek to sketch in this article is that of the HIV positive church (4) and the ethics that it proposes to the ecumenical movement.
Pyuria was present in 65(24.07 %) of HIV positive and 3 (3%) of HIV negative individuals which parallels with the results of (4, 13).
"Second," he added, "there are situations in which we should approve--as Rabbi Bakshi-Doron recommends in his ruling--organ donations from HIV-positive patients to people who are not HIV positive. For example, in situations in which the recipient urgently needs a donation--and there is no suitable donation from a person who is not HIV positive, and this donation could save his life."
If research shows positive results, HIV positive patients will have an increased pool of donors."