January #98 : Quick Study: Virus in Vaginas - by Staff

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January 2004

Quick Study: Virus in Vaginas

by Staff

Twenty-five percent of women HIVers with undetectable viral loads in their blood still had detectable HIV in their vaginal fluids, Italian researchers found after following 122 women HIVers for five years. Fourteen women had the opposite: HIV was found in their blood but not in their vaginal juices.




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