PLHA

AcronymDefinition
PLHAPeople Living with HIV/AIDS
PLHAProvidence Lake Homeowners Association (Alpharetta, GA)
PLHAPosterior Lateral Hypothalamic Area
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Consequently, attention is being directed to how parents living with HIV or AIDS (PLHAs) influence the long-term welfare of their children.
The role of DIC was assessed by means of the care and support services offered to PLHA's according to their needs during the study period.
In Brazil, there are few available studies that analyzed STD prevalence in PLHA.
With current rates of transmission, and when the new WHO's recommendations of early initiation of treatment are accepted, 18-22 million PLHA may well require treatment on both existing and new generation drugs.
According to the recent estimate, driven by the expanded sentinel surveillance system, the Third National Family Health Survey and Behavioural Surveillance Survey (1), there are 2-3.1 million (2.47 million) people living with HIV / AIDS (PLHAs) in India at the end of 2006.
To study the local pattern of cutaneous manifestations in people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA).
Until 2005, the adult HIV prevalence in India was estimated at around 0.9 per cent with an estimated 5.2 million people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA) (3).
Attitude towards HIV/AIDS and PLHA: Stigmatizing Attitudes
We carried out this study to examine adherence levels and to explore the factors associated with adherence among PLHA receiving ART in India.
West Bengal, Gujarat, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh are estimated to have more than 100000 PLHA (people living with AIDS) each and together account another 22% of HIV infections in India.
(i) To send children to regular schools (9149, 80%) (ii) To help accident victims even if HIV positive (1410, 76%) (iii) To continue employing HIV positive housemaids (1376, 74%) (iv) Feeling sympathetic with people living with HIV/AIDS (1196, 64%) and (v) Willingness to sit next to PLHA (1180, 63%).