Published in AIDS Weekly, September 11th, 1995
A study of more than 100 semen samples from 16 HIV positive men over a two-year period found live and infectious virus 22 percent of the time, Dr. Ann C. Collier of the University of Washington, Seattle, said.
Collier said the appearance of the virus was intermittent. It might be in the semen of an HIV patient in one test, but absent when the same man was tested later.
"In one way, this is good news," Collier said in an interview. "If the virus was found more...
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