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Jump up ^ Wiysonge, Charles Shey; Kongnyuy, Eugene J; Shey, Muki; Muula, Adamson S; Navti, Osric B; Akl, Elie A; Lo, Ying-Ru (June 15, 2011). Wiysonge, Charles Shey, ed. “Male circumcision for prevention of homosexual acquisition of HIV in men”. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd (6): CD007496. doi:10.1002/14651858.CD007496.pub2. PMID 21678366.

This is an abstract of a report from the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD). A copy of the complete report can be downloaded free from the NORD website for registered users. The complete report contains additional information including symptoms, causes, affected population, related disorders, standard and investigational therapies (if available), and references from medical literature. For a full-text version of this topic, go to www.rarediseases.org and click on Rare Disease Database under “Rare Disease Information”.

Although RTV is approved for treatment of HIV-infected patients at a dose of 600 mg twice daily, it is virtually never used at this dose because of severe side effects. Because of this, it is not included in the above table. However, PIs are frequently dosed with low doses of RTV. RTV delays the clearance of the other drugs from the system, making them easier to take and more effective. The dose of RTV varies depending upon which drugs it is being taken with and how it is being administered. The only PI that is not substantially affected by RTV is NFV. Another recently approved boosting agent is COBI which has no anti-HIV activity but can be given with once daily ATV or DRV as an alternative to RTV for pharmacologic boosting. There are also fixed-dose combinations of each, for example, ATV 300 mg combined with COBI 150 mg (Evotaz) and DRV 800 mg combined with COBI 150 mg (Prezcobix). A single-tablet formulation is in advanced stages of development, DRV/COBI/FTC/TAF (800/150/200/10 mg) once daily.

In February 2016, Jordon suddenly found himself too weak and tired to attend the community-college classes he had enrolled in; he could hardly lift his head from his mother’s couch. He wasn’t accustomed to being sick and had tested negative for H.I.V. five months before, so thinking he had a bad cold, he waited weeks before his family forced him to go to the emergency room at a hospital in his small town, where he was tested again. “The doctor said to me, ‘Your H.I.V. is so bad — how could you not know?’ ” Jordon recounted through tears. He ended up in intensive care for three weeks. “I honestly didn’t believe it.” He paused and then added quietly, “It was the worst day of my life.”

Jump up ^ Beard, J; Feeley, F; Rosen, S (November 2009). “Economic and quality of life outcomes of antiretroviral therapy for HIV/AIDS in developing countries: a systematic literature review”. AIDS Care. 21 (11): 1343–56. doi:10.1080/09540120902889926. PMID 20024710.

The United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention also created a classification system for HIV, and updated it in 2008 and 2014.[108][109] This system classifies HIV infections based on CD4 count and clinical symptoms, and describes the infection in five groups.[109] In those greater than six years of age it is:[109]

By the mid-’90s, Sheen was as famous for being a ladies’ man as he was for being a leading man. Known as “the Machine,” he dated porn stars, and though Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss kept the names of her clients secret, Sheen testified during her tax-evasion trial that he’d used her services. He also spent time in rehab and was hospitalized for a drug overdose. “Pray for my boy,” said his father. “He has appetites that get him into trouble.”

Sexual abstinence is completely effective in eliminating sexual transmission, but educational campaigns have not been successful in promoting abstinence in at-risk populations. Monogamous sexual intercourse between two uninfected partners also eliminates sexual transmission of the virus. Using barrier methods, such as condoms, during sexual intercourse markedly reduces the risk of HIV transmission. These measures have had some success in blunting the rate of new cases, especially in high-risk areas such as sub-Saharan Africa or Haiti. As discussed above, medications may be used to reduce the risk of HIV infection if used within hours of an exposure. There also is data that if uninfected people can take antiretroviral medications, in particular tenofovir disoproxil fumarate plus emtricitabine (TDF/FTC or Truvada) once daily, that it markedly reduces the risk of sexual transmission. Perhaps the most effective way to reduce HIV transmission is for the HIV-infected partner to be on ART with undetectable levels of virus in their blood. As noted above, a pregnant woman with HIV can reduce the risk of passing the infection to her baby by taking medications during pregnancy and labor and avoiding breastfeeding.

As currently conceived, both the MCA and Bush’s new AIDS initiative will either reinvent or overlap with efforts already underway at the international level, many of which are effective and, indeed, already supported by the United States.

The list of medical pros and cons regarding circumcision is long. Though the American Academy of Pediatrics has repeatedly stated that “there is no absolute medical indication for routine circumcision of the newborn,” it has been shown that uncircumcised men have a higher incidence of urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases, and penile cancer than circumcised men.

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