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Our objectives were to describe the strategies and successes in linking out-of-treatment HIV-infected persons of color and injection drug users (IDUs) to a comprehensive HIV care, treatment, and prevention program and other community services. Peer-based outreach staff at 21 sites throughout...
Mortality rates have decreased in medically compliant patients with HIV. More HIV-positive patients are requesting procedures that improve their quality of life. Reduction mammoplasty has been proven to predictably relieve back, neck, and shoulder pain related to macromastia. A case report is...
The prevalence of anti-human herpesvirus 8 (HHV-8) antibodies was retrospectively assessed in a cohort of 248 consecutive HIV-1–positive patients followed up in an academic unit in Greece during a 14-year period and in 46 highly exposed, persistently HIV-seronegative (HEPS) individuals. The...
The objectives of this study were to describe and pilot-test a theory- and evidence-based intervention to improve adherence of HIV-infected patients with antiretroviral medication. Twenty-six treatment-experienced patients (>6 months on treatment) participated in a within-subject comparison...
In a prospective cohort study between February 2001 and January 2004, baseline and 12-month follow-up data were collected on 226 and 197 men with HIV infection at three infectious disease clinics in a southern state, respectively. While many studies have provided important information on the...
Latinos in the United States have been disproportionately affected by HIV, with a higher rate of infection, later diagnosis, and a higher death rate than Caucasians. Complicating the issue is that "Latino" is a broad term that encompasses diverse ethnic and racial groups, requiring a targeted...
There is increasing concern that patients with chronic HIV infection may be at increased risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), which can evolve into nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and cirrhosis. Multiple factors have been hypothesized to be necessary for the development and...
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