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Blog: February 2015

What are gay men’s experiences of being diagnosed with an acute or recent HIV infection?

Background

People with newly-acquired HIV experience very high viral loads in the first two months after infection, and are more infectious during this period called acute HIV infection (AHI).

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Treatment of acute HIV infection: potential benefits of early antiretroviral therapy

Background

Since 2009, BCCDC has been using a more sensitive HIV test (known as the NAAT - nucleic acid amplification test) for patients who present for HIV testing at several clinics in downtown Vancouver.
 
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