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"Why have you been out of work for such a long time?"

Explain what you did instead of the reason for the gap, Did you do any studies, certifications or courses during the gap or perhaps you can fill it with some freelance or projects you worked on, even if it was at home or for yourself like writing?

Anyhow if you mention "cancer" chances are they are not going to ask "What type" and depending on your location it may not even be legally advisable for them to ask "what type" but in any case its simply not the most positive interview answer to explain the gap true or not.

- Skin cancer, if you must ?

Jim 
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Living With HIV / Re: How can I disguise my medication when travelling?
« Último mensaje por JimDublin en Hoy a las 05:06:18 pm »
I find just taking them without announcing what they are helps, if you are really concerned take them on a bathroom visit.

Customs never asks and even if they do just say its a prescription meds from your doc for a personal condition, have a cover note from your doc with you to the same effect.
Customers is not going to announce it to everyone.

Jim
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Living With HIV / What cancer can I closely swap for Kaposi Sarcoma if I am asked?
« Último mensaje por ajtylor en Hoy a las 05:00:58 pm »
Hey! In 2015/16, I had Kaposi Sarcoma (K.S.), an HIV related illness, also a form of cancer. Because of this I had left my previous job, since I did not want to discuss the nature of my illness with my previous employers.

Now that I'm looking to get back into work, what cancer (that is not a AIDS related illness) can I swap with K.S. if I am asked "Why have you been out of work for such a long time?" by a prospective employer? As K.S. shows up as an 'HIV related illness' if Googled.

Just for clarity, if they happen to ask me “oh, what cancer did you have?", I don't want to answer "well, that's none of your business", I'd like to be as transparent as possible, even though I know I am not obligated to answer.

Any help you could provide me with would be much appreciated.
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Living With HIV / How can I disguise my medication when travelling?
« Último mensaje por ajtylor en Hoy a las 04:58:18 pm »
Hi. I have HIV and take ARTs.  How can I disguise my medication when travelling?  Not necessarily from customs but from my travelling party.

Any help you can provide me with would be much appreciated.

Many thanks.
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Estoy infectado? / Re: Tengo riesgo?
« Último mensaje por Alejandro Garza Ochoa en Hoy a las 03:53:39 pm »
Disculpe, ignoraba las normas del foro. Como usted ya sabe mi situacion fue sexo anal con sexoservidora con preservativo que se atoro al ano de la chica, sin embargo usted menciona que el riesgo es bajo, aun en caso de que hubiera salido completamente?
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Estoy infectado? / Re: Gerardilo09
« Último mensaje por gerardilo09 en Hoy a las 03:49:38 pm »
gracias andy, un furte abrazo  y mis respetos para ti, entonces es inecesario provarya que estoy sin riesgo verdad?
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Am I Infected? / Re: Mammary Intercourse in Massage Parlor
« Último mensaje por JimDublin en Hoy a las 03:35:33 pm »
Larry, look I have no idea what you have been reading to come up with such accounts, the internet is filled with paranoid stories, outdated sites and newbies struggling to admit what the true situation is.

I've even had people tell me they got HIV from "aliens" in the past...  :o

But I somehow doubt that ET travelled a billion or so miles just to anal probe them and give them HIV. ;) The internet is a crazy crazy place with twisted facts, many stories, a lot of paranoid people and not much truth. 

So I will address your concern in full, once and then what you do with that info is up to you. You simply had no HIV risk from what you posted. 

Biologically, four conditions need to be present for transmission to occur:
The virus must be present in an infectious body fluid from the HIV positive person, it must be present at sufficient levels to cause infection. There must be an effective route of transmission, and it must reach susceptible cells in another person.

You did not meet any of the 4 biological conditions needed and all 4 must be met for any risk to occur.

HIV is fragile and difficult to transmit so much so that well nobody has been infected by it outside the human body through contact and we know back to basics that HIV has an outer protein/receptors that are needed to remain infectious and they corrodes in contact with air, so it can no longer infect. 

The only noted exception is a few cases counted on 1 hand where a life and death situation was ongoing (Car accident) and both people were literally bleeding to death into each-other, this is not the case in normal or sexual non penetrative contact with fluids, sharing oral objects, touching etc

0 cases of transmission with contact with small quantities of fluid outside the body and yes this includes your penis or normal wounds and cuts or scrapes from day to day activities and/or sexually if exposed outside the human body, because HIV will not be present in sufficient quantity and it will have corroded as its too fragile leaving it not infectious.

This poses a great problem to study it, and laboratory studies such as the ones at the CDC labs have to use unnaturally high and artificial laboratory-grown concentrations under precisely controlled and limited laboratory conditions to even study it, as it normally simply does not survive long in outside the body.  (Ask a lab how they do it, if you want to know more on how they artificially grow HIV as that part is beyond me)

Now the fact that in labs they can keep HIV viable outside the body has caused some people to misunderstand this to mean environmental risk is possible.

This is not the case as the labs use artificial conditions and concentrations of HIV many times greater than than anything ever found in patient specimens, the amounts of virus studied are simply not found in nature, and again no one has ever been infected with HIV this way from sexual contact

Time to move on with your life

Here's what you need to know in order to avoid hiv infection:
Use condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse, correctly and consistently, every time, no exceptions.

Keep in mind that some sexual practices which may be described as ‘safe’ in terms of HIV transmission might still pose a risk for transmission of other STI's, so please do get fully tested regularly and at least yearly for all STI's including but not limited to HIV and test more frequently if unprotected intercourse occurs

Also note that it is possible to have an STI and show no signs or symptoms and the only way of knowing is by testing.

More information on HIV Basics, PEP, TaSP and Transmission can be found through the links in my signature to our POZ pages, this includes information on HIV Testing

Kind regards

Jim

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Estoy infectado? / Re: Riego de Vih??
« Último mensaje por Gucho en Hoy a las 03:26:30 pm »
Andy una pregunta relacionada al mismo problema que tuve de tocar el preservativo que tenía el fluido vaginal de la mujer con las manos, Para evitar otro temor al que tuve pensando que esos fluidos que toque con las manos que estaban en el preservativo me pudieran transmitir el vih al tocar la cabeza de mi pene, sería bueno ponerme algún guante o algo por el estilo pasa evitar tocar el preservativo con fluido vaginal de la mujer y así estar más precavido al momento de evitar que la mano con fluido vaginal me contagie fuera de la copula ??
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Am I Infected? / Re: Faily late PEP treatment after high risk encounter
« Último mensaje por JimDublin en Hoy a las 03:14:18 pm »
You're welcome and stop overthinking things. The below is all you need to do now.

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Test at 6 & 13 weeks post finishing PEP and move on with your life.

Jim
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Estoy infectado? / Re: Gerardilo09
« Último mensaje por Andy Velez en Hoy a las 03:13:41 pm »
No vamos a continuar una ronda de dudas y preguntas contigo.  Aqui contesta sobre experiencias especifica a pensar si hay un riesgo o no.  No son una biblioteca para contestar cada idea o pregunta que tiene sobre el VIH.

Basicamente si estas usando un condon cada vez por la copula puede a ser seguro la proteccion es muy efectivo.
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