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    ХИВ - чумата на 21 век и компаньонките



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    ХИВ - чумата на 21 век и компаньонките

    Писане  Admin on Чет Дек 04, 2008 11:16 pm

    ХИВ (от английското HIV, - Human Immunodeficiency Virus, "вирус причиняващ имунна недостатъчност в човека") е често мутиращ ретровирус, който атакува човешката имунна система. Показано е, че вирусът причинява синдрома на придобитата имунна недостатъчност (СПИН).

    Генома и протеините на вируса ХИВ са обект на изследване още от неговото откриване през 1983 г. Няма два еднакви генома на вируса на ХИВ, дори и от един и същи човек, карайки някои от специалистите да наричат вируса на ХИВ най-високия етап в еволюцията на вирусите.

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    List of HIV-positive people

    Acting (film & television)
    Amanda Blake (1929–1989) American actress best remembered for her role as Kitty Russell in the television series Gunsmoke.
    Jim J. Bullock (born 1955) American actor who starred in the sitcom Too Close for Comfort.
    Merritt Butrick (1959-1989) American actor best remembered for playing Captain Kirk's son in the films Star Trek II and III.
    Ian Charleson (1949–1990) British actor whose best-known role was the part of athlete Eric Liddell in the film Chariots of Fire.
    Brad Davis (1949–1991) American actor, played the part of Billy Hayes, in the film Midnight Express.
    Robert Drivas (1938–1986) American film, television and stage actor.
    Denholm Elliott (1922–1992) British actor; won three BAFTA awards as best supporting actor for Trading Places, A Private Function and Defence of the Realm, as well as an Academy Award nomination for A Room with a View. [5]
    Leonard Frey (1938–1988) American Broadway and film actor, earned an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actor in the film version of Fiddler on the Roof. [5]
    Tom Fuccello (1936–1993) American actor, known for his role as Dave Culver in the television series Dallas. [11]
    Kevin Peter Hall (1955–1991) Tall American actor, played in Predator and Harry and the Hendersons. [12] [13]
    Rock Hudson (1925–1985) American actor, first major American celebrity to publicly disclose HIV status. [14]
    Michael Jeter (1952–2003) American film and theatre, won a Tony Award in 1990 for the musical Grand Hotel. [5]
    Irving Allen Lee (1948–1992) American soap opera and musical actor. [15]
    John Megna (1952–1995) American former child actor, To Kill a Mockingbird. [16]
    Cookie Mueller (1949–1989) American actor and writer who featured in many of filmmaker John Waters' early films. [8]
    Timothy Patrick Murphy (1959–1988) American actor, played the role of Mickey Trotter in the television series Dallas [5]
    David Oliver (1962–1991) American actor, played in Another World and A Year in the Life [17]
    Ilka Tanya Payan (1943–1996) Dominican born American actress, attorney and activist. She was one of the first Latino celebrities to publicly disclose her status. [18]
    Anthony Perkins (1932–1992) American actor best known for his role as Norman Bates in the Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho. [5]
    Keith Prentice (1940–1992) American theatre and soap opera actor. [19]
    Kurt Raab (1941–1988) German actor known for his work with cult film director Rainer Werner Fassbinder. [20]
    Dack Rambo (1941–1994) American actor who played Jack Ewing in the television series Dallas. [5]
    Gene Anthony Ray (1962–2003) American actor and dancer; best known for his portrayal of the street smart dancer Leroy in the 1980 motion picture Fame and the television spin-off. [21]
    Robert Reed (1932–1992) American actor; played the role of Mike Brady on The Brady Bunch. [5]
    Tony Richardson (1928–1991) British actor; received two Academy Awards (Best Director and Best Picture) for Tom Jones (1963). [5]
    Larry Riley (1952–1992) American actor; played the role of Frank Williams in the soap opera Knots Landing [8]
    Howard Rollins (1950–1996) American actor, nominated for the 1981 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the film Ragtime [22]
    Tommy Sexton (1955–1993) Canadian actor and comedian. [23]
    Ray Sharkey (1952–1993) American actor; won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his performance in The Idolmaker. [5]
    Paul Shenar (1936–1989) American film and theatre actor; played in the film Scarface. [5]
    Stephen Stucker (1947–1986) American actor and comedian; best known for the Airplane! films. [5]
    Tom Villard (1953–1994) American actor

    Criminal transmission of HIV
    Johnson Aziga (born 1956) Ugandan-born Canadian resident of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, notable as the first person to be charged with first-degree murder in Canada for transmitting HIV, after the deaths of two women he had infected.
    Henry Cuerrier (19??—) Canadian man convicted of aggravated assault for knowingly exposing two women to HIV.
    Stanislas Kanengele-Yondjo (born c.1960) Congolese man jailed in Australia for having unprotected sex with two European tourists.
    Carl Leone (born c.1976) Canadian businessman found guilty of 15 counts of aggravated sexual assault for not informing his partners of his HIV status.
    Andre Chad Parenzee (born c. 1971) South African-born man convicted in Australia on three counts of endangering human life through having unprotected sex without informing his partners of his HIV status. [50]
    Trevis Smith (born 1976) American player of Canadian football with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, jailed for aggravated sexual assault.
    Anthony Whitfield (born c. 1971)American sentenced to 178 years in prison for 12 counts of first-degree assault, after exposing women to HIV.
    Nushawn Williams (born 1976)American who infected 13 women with HIV; imprisoned for reckless endangerment and statutory rape.

    Film, television and radio
    Peter Adair (1943–1996) American documentary filmmaker.
    Néstor Almendros (1930–1992) Spanish born cinematographer, director and human rights activist; won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for the film Days of Heaven. [
    Emile Ardolino (1943–1993) merican film director and producer;directed the films Dirty Dancing and Sister Act.
    Howard Ashman (1950–1991) American playwright and lyricist;
    Rob Astbury (born 1948) Former Australian television sports presenter.
    Dave Brindle (19??—) Canadian television journalist; anchor for CBC Newsworld.
    David Brudnoy (1940–2004) American talk radio host in Boston from 1976 to 2004.
    Tom Cassidy (1950-1991) Business anchor for CNN and founder of the weekend show 'Pinnacle' in 1982.
    Kenny Everett (1944–1995) British disc jockey and television entertainer;
    Vincent Hanley (19??–1987) Irish RTÉ radio DJ and television presenter
    Colin Higgins (1941–1988) American screenwriter, director, and producer;
    Richard Hunt (1951–1992) American Muppet puppeteer; played the character of Scooter on The Muppet Show.
    Derek Jarman (1942–1994) British film director, stage designer, artist, and writer.
    Peter Jepson-Young (1957–1992) Canadian medical doctor who promoted AIDS and HIV awareness and education in the early 1990s through his regular segment on CBC Television news broadcasts.
    Melvin Lindsey (1955–1992) American radio and television personality in the Washington, D.C. area; pioneered the radio format Quiet storm.
    Roy London (1943–1993) American acting coach, actor and director.
    Lance Loud (1951–2001) American columnist; best known for his role in An American Family, widely considered television's first reality show.
    Michael McDowell (1950–1999) American novelist and screenwriter.
    Andy Milligan (1929–1991) American playwright, screenwriter and film director.
    Marlon Riggs (1957–1994) American author and documentary filmmaker.
    Max Robinson (1939–1988) American journalist; was the first African American network news anchor for ABC World News Tonight. [73]
    Anthony Sabatino (1944–1993) American art director, won an Emmy Award for his work on the television show Fun House. [74]
    Murray Salem (1950–1998) American television actor and screen writer; wrote the script for the film Kindergarten Cop. [75]
    Bill Sherwood (1952–1990) American filmmaker, known for the film Parting Glances.
    Jack Smith (1932–1989) American underground film director.
    Michael Sundin (1961–1989) British television presenter and actor; w
    Joseph Vasquez (1962–1995) American independent filmmaker.
    Pedro Zamora (1972–1994) American television personality;

    Pornographic acting

    Mark Anthony (born 1967) British pornographic actor.
    Brooke Ashley (born 1973) South Korean born American pornographic actress.
    Bianca Biaggi (19??-) Brazilian adult film actress.
    Jessica Dee (born 1978) American pornographic actress; see Darren James entry.
    Tricia Devereaux (born 1975) American pornographic actress.
    Karen Dior (1967–2004) American transvestite pornographic actress.
    Casey Donovan (1943–1987) American pornographic actor.
    John Holmes (1944–1988) American pornographic actor;
    Darren James (born 1964) American pornographic actor; transmitted to Lara Roxx, Miss Arroyo and Jessica Dee, causing an international pornography-industry AIDS scare.
    John King (1963–1995) American pornographic actor.
    Miss Arroyo (born 1977) American pornographic actress; see Darren James entry.
    Wade Nichols (1946–1985) American pornographic actor and soap opera actor; committed suicide after receiving HIV diagnosis.
    Scott O'Hara (1961–1998) American pornographic actor, poet and editor/publisher.
    Jeff Palmer born (1975) American pornographic actor.
    Al Parker (1952–1992) American pornographic actor, director and producer.
    Johnny Rahm (1965–2004) American pornographic actor.
    Lara Roxx (198?—) Canadian pornographic actress; see Darren James entry.
    Aiden Shaw (born 1966) British pornographic actor.
    John Stagliano (born 1951) American pornographic actor; best known for his Buttman series of films, which is credited with sparking the gonzo adult film genre.
    Joey Stefano (1968–1994) American pornographic actor; was a model in Madonna's book Sex.
    Marc Wallice (born 1959) American adult film actor.


    Arthur Ashe (1943–1993) American tennis player and social activist; won three Grand Slam titles.
    Mike Beuttler (1940–1988) British Formula One driver.
    Glenn Burke (1952–1995) American Major League Baseball player for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland Athletics.
    John Curry (1949–1994) British figure skater who won the Olympic and World Championships in 1976.
    Esteban De Jesus (1951–1989) Puerto Rican boxer; world lightweight champion.
    Rudy Galindo (born 1969) American figure skater; won a bronze medal at the 1996 World Championships.
    Bill Goldsworthy (1944–1996) Canadian ice hockey player; played in the National Hockey League for fourteen seasons.
    Magic Johnson (born 1959) American basketball player; was named to the NBA All-Star team twelve times.
    Greg Louganis (born 1960) American Olympic diver; best known for winning back-to-back Olympic titles in both the 3 m and 10 m events.
    Robert McCall (1958–1991) Canadian figure skater; won a bronze medal at the 1988 Winter Olympics.
    Ondrej Nepela (1951–1989) Slovak figure skater, was Olympic champion in 1972.
    Tim Richmond (1955–1989) American NASCAR racing driver.
    Roy Simmons (born 1956) American athlete who played for the National Football League.
    Jerry Smith (1943–1987) American professional football player; tight end for the Washington Redskins.
    Tom Waddell (1937–1987) American Olympic athlete; founded the Gay Games
    Robert Wagenhoffer (1960–1999) American figure skater; won a silver medal at the 1982 U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
    Alan Wiggins (1958–1991) American Major League Baseball player.


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