Cure? To be honest, I Claudio do Soropositivo.Org, I do not think about AIDS cure.

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Electron micrograph of HIV-1 scan in green, leaving a cultured lymphocyte.

scientific classification

Group: Group VI (ssRNA-RT)

Family: Retroviridae

Gender: Lentiviral

Species

Human immunodeficiency virus 1

Human immunodeficiency virus 2

You know, I tell you I do not think about AIDS cure

I think that this search, I do not know how many verbs would fit here, but to think about the cure of AIDS, to have it as a life goal, a goal, a goal, I think this is better for scientists! They, yes, they have the duty to seek the cure of AIDS.

We, it is my opinion, must live with AIDS and be taciturnly attentive to them, because depending on who develops this, it can be a kind of thief, of chickens is true, trying to do what God gave him for (the ability to penetrate these mi-

There are people like that. I, twenty two years ago was something like this, except that I never worried about the possibility of contracting HIV. This was because I had never afraid of death and, in my ignorance, believed that contracting HIV would be like being hit by lightning ...

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The fact is that I saw all the agony of Cazuza (which in my opinion is the Master Resilience) and remained impervious to all the warnings I received, for all routes ... To give a general idea of ​​the thing, I mention one occasion where I was in a motel and at the time of penetration I hit with her eyes on one side of the bed, a pile of condoms looked, do not know why, to the other side and another pile of condoms. I thought:

Fuck! Catch, caught!

And I took it! Just it was not that relationship was another, much later, after a number of suicidal acts I contracted HIV ...

And that's when I began to understand that "AIDS die was at the time, a painful process of gradual organic degradation where, for example, I was likely to stay alive and lose sight of one or both eyes" ...

Besides, I met a person, a guy ... A guy that I, who at the time weighed 100 kilos and was basically muscle, thought: "Pow, to hit this guy I would rather climb him ...But he had an intestinal infection cryptococcus, an etiological agent that can also attack the lungs, and began to have devastating diarrhea and I saw him in 4 days, losing almost 50% of its weight (diarrhea dehydrates and the human body is formed in its composition of water in a volume of 65%) and die unappealable way, without that nothing could be done because as far as I remember, did not know how to fight cryptococcus. Understand the etymological root of the agent's name: "Crypto". This does not make think of encryption? This does not refer to the indecipherable? Yeah ... The cryptococcus can also cause meningitis and extinguish a human life in less than 48 hours. "Luckily I had two viral meningitis and the first, it was believed, had been caused by HIV itself."

What actually was a fluke because I was a good CD4 count and, although there was the combined therapy (said cocktail, which became extremely powerful after creating the "Protease Inhibitors" wherein the protease was the final stage of the virus replication cycle (virus does not reproduce, are asexual and need to find a "favorable organic environment" so that they can replicate using as a basis, the cell duplication mechanism. He, the HIV, after penetrating the cell, "disassembles" and in the process formed the RNA converted into DNA to the cell's DNA (it is irreversible) that starts to produce other viruses.

That said, it seems a long thing. In fact, without treatment, it happens trillion times, maybe more, every day, causing the death of T CD4 cells (CD4 is the name of a cellular receptor necessary for cell functions and I do not know, because I'm not a doctor, which the original function, but that is one of two "locks" that HIV uses to "open the door of the cell."

The other lock is called coreceptor CCR5. There is a human mutation that exists, as far as I was informed, only in humans "Caucasians" who does not have this co-receptor, and this led to the cure of the "Berlin Patient," which lived long enough to have much, but muuuuuita luck .

He contracted HIV. And lived I do not know how long with HIV.Then he developed leukemia. I needed a bone marrow transplant and to do this transplant, it is not enough just to find a compatible donor; it is necessary that the immune system (the white cells, among which are called CD4) is decimated completely. The doctor who did this transplant had the wherewithal to risk everything and was able to find a compatible donor, with the mutation that I mentioned, and that only occurs in 1% of the Caucasian population and was able to do the transplant (which is, in fact, a desperate measure of trying to save a life, since of each 5 procedures of this type, four end up in death in the operation or in the post-operative. All attempts to replicate the process ended in death in the mentioned conditions or the postoperative. who survived these two stages did not live long enough to prove themselvesefficiencyof the process and I say, if I were offered this risky "cure" I would go through because after so long living without fear of death I have gained such love for life that to be honest I do not think about healing.

Not for me. Perhaps for Mara. But for me…

Renata Cholbi: Tantum Nominum Nulum pair Elogium

Renata Cholbi. Activist of Human Rights in the fight against AIDS
Renata Cholbi: Tantum Nominum Nulum pair Elogium

 

I fear a process of loss of identity (I think after reading all this I've written so far, you know I've studied the "thing" a lot and somehow accepted my condition and I do not think about the cure that might come tomorrow I think of today, what I am looking fordoall right, so that when I go to bed, and if I can sleep (my average sleep is from 4 to 5 hours a day), deserve God to consider it fair that I live another day. Nevertheless, despite everything, I have plans that can only be fulfilled if I live for at least another thirteen years, to see my city, São Paulo, complete 475 years!

This is because I use the 4 line of thesubwayin São Paulo and when youthroughthresholdsQualquermetro station that integrates with the 4 line the change of environment, the luminosity, the information panels and everything, even the energy that emanates from these places is completely different from everything I've seen in São Paulo and, if there is a city that I know well, this is where I was born.

But I think of healing ... To you who read me and unfortunately way picked by HIV infection.

I would like to be able to give this news, maybe firsthand 🙂 (Vanity of vanities ... It's all Vanity), and I would be happy to show up, but I do not know if I would seek the "my cure... "All this I wrote that people who reach these writings put two things in mind.

Use condoms. Although there Treatment (Forgive me those who already live in this condition, I seek here, a much larger) HIV infection is a chronic, progressive, degenerative disease with a different pattern from patient to patient.

Yes, I live there 22 years with HIV and I'm alive. And, what is more! I do an hour track with inclination of up to 14% and an hour of weight training twice a week. And ... anyway, it was meningitis "The lucky bid which provided me the diagnosis"Left something planted in me and already have three or four years I've been living with peripheral neuropathy and everything that you read here, just been typed with the index fingers of each hand, because the nerves that controlled the other fingers are not yet dead, but no longer lead the nerve stimuli in the right way and I can sign documents ...

The other thing is, "Test yourself". The sooner you are diagnosed, the better the odds of survival and hardly anyone will develop peripheral neuropathy or AIDS to maintain a safe sex routine and yet (why not) do this test once a year, I do not know ....
As for your question, William, ten seconds would not matter, but keep in mind that the transmission of HIV depends on many factors and among them are where the disease tried to enter, that amount of virus you were exposed and for how long you were exposed.

 

It seems a bit difficult to contract HIV, and yet more than thirty million people have lost their lives because of HIV infection consequences and today it is estimated there are thirty-five million people infected in areas where the Organization World Health can measure and, meanwhile, the Middle East and Asia, HIV spreads like wildfire in the tundra, if you can understand me, and I fear much for the extremely serious humanitarian crisis that this planet will watch if nothing is done to prevent this by putting aside religious, moral and political, acting only with humanism and ethics, but not certain ethics "ethics committees" that are favorable to pulhas and robbers all over the planet.

 

Gaia this very angry with us

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