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For several years, protease inhibitor (PI)-containing antiretroviral treatment (ART) regimens have demonstrated long-term virologic and immunologic benefits and good durability of response. However, first-generation PIs have been associated with high pill burdens, gastrointestinal side effects,...
A cross-sectional study was conducted on 200 commercial sex workers (CSWs) from two brothel communities in Central Java, Indonesia, to determine the seroprevalence of syphilis and HIV and characterize associated knowledge, beliefs, and risk-taking behaviors. A questionnaire was administered and...
The objective of this pilot study was to examine attitudes toward protease inhibitors (PIs) among HIV-infected individuals and to assess the relationship between PI attitudes and adherence to PIs. Respondents were recruited from four AIDS service organizations in New York City; the total sample...
This paper reports the initial results of a pilot study to evaluate the acceptability and effectiveness of a program to enhance health literacy in low-income HIV-infected Latino men and women receiving antiretroviral therapy. Participants rated the program highly on measures of satisfaction,...
Although infection with Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) is common in HIV-infected patients with CD4 + T cell counts less than 100/mm 3 , localized infection of the breast is uncommon. A brief literature review of mastitis from atypical mycobacteria is presented, along with the first reported...
To evaluate hospitalizations of HIV-infected patients in the highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) era, we analyzed 2736 admissions of 1562 HIV-infected patients to Cook County Hospital from September 20, 1999 to July 10, 2002. Patients were predominantly African American (81%), male...
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