Thursday, November 1, 2007

HIV 'spreads more from asymptomatic patients'

Asymptomatic HIV patients are more infectious than previously thought. Read a summary and the original PNAS article at


1 comment:

frankin said...

It is true that the asymptomatic HIV patients are more infectious than others. Asymptomatic HIV patients may not know they have got hte disease, so the possibility that that the disease transmit to others is large. I meet many friends on a site called Some of them feel very sorry to their relatives because they transmit the disease to them.