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Different mechanisms suppressed the virus in each person.
In this episode of Table Talk, David & Johnny discuss the dangers of playing Russian roulette through sexual encounters.
A look at some science-based facts about HIV that may surprise you as we mark the 35th anniversary of the start of the AIDS epidemic.
A new study finds that having a superinfection does not apparently accelerate HIV disease.
Although HIV superinfection is connected to a more rapid increase in viral load, it does not apparently lead to faster disease progression.
Studies have reported HIV superinfection incidence rates of between 0 and 7.7 percent per year, but understanding of the phenomenon is hazy.
A study presented at the 15th British HIV Association (BHIVA) conference showed that superinfection—infection with a second stain of HIV...
Becoming infected with a second strain of HIV may not be a risk for couples who are both HIV positive and don’t use condoms.
Most people’s immune response to HIV isn’t strong enough to protect them from being infected with a second strain of the virus.
HIV superinfection—when a person is reinfected with a second strain of HIV—has been found in a cluster of female Kenyan sex workers.
Is picking sex partners of same HIV status the safe way to condomless pleasure or is it risky self-segregation?
People who already have HIV brace for a second assault
POZ broke the first-ever “superbug” story in 1996. That’s why we’ve cast a cold eye on “super” stories ever since.
Why the “supervirus” story may end not with a bang but a whimper
HIV can ring twice. Are dual infections a mounting threat—or a molehill?
If you and your boo are both HIV positive, and you’ve deep-sixed the condoms because you think the risk of superinfection is a myth, yet...
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