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Home Respiratory Health Care, Inc.Additional Locations
Phone: (517) 784-6600 Fax: (248) 351-0027 3000 Town Center, Suite 214, Southfield, MI 48075
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Hospital & Medical Equipment & Supplies Health & Medical - General
People seeking AIDS treatment or preventatives can protect themselves by avoiding promotions claiming to be "Miraculous", "secret", or "foolproof". People should also watch for experimental treatments that carry a big price tag and claims that testing has been done in another country. U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved only one drug so far: zidovudine or AZT, for treatment of AIDS.
Some promoters market dating, services that promise AIDS-free partners; however, persons testing negative could still be harboring the disease, or could have acquired it after being tested. Plastic covers for telephone mouthpieces or similar items to supposedly act as barriers are ineffective: The AIDS virus dies instantly when exposed to ordinary surfaces, and it can exist only in body fluids, mainly the blood. Some firms have also marketed test kits for home use; however, they may be of questionable reliability.