Thursday, November 29, 2007

Bangkok Post: Thai Aids 'more deadly'

( studies have found that people infected with the type of HIV in Thailand die from Aids significantly sooner than people infected and living in other parts of the world.

According to research led by scientists at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the shorter survival time measured in the studies suggests that HIV subtype E, which is the most common HIV subtype in Thailand, may be more virulent than other subtypes of the virus.

Both studies are published in a special issue of the journal AIDS, (click for journal website)

The researchers report their findings and provide background on the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg site (click here

I am glad I practice sufficiency sex.


Thai Observer said...

Or alternatively, the Thai medical regime results in more and earlier corpses.

Anonymous said...

'Sufficiency sex' . . . now that is something to be envied, emulated, and, of course practised.

Fonzi maybe you have discovered a new religion . . .