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Vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency are often unappreciated in men. This cross-sectional period-prevalence study was conducted in private practice between November 20, 2008 and January 22, 2009 at latitude N 40, 46 minutes. HIV-infected men presenting for routine care without clinical disease...
A cross-sectional study was conducted in HIV-1–infected patients receiving lamivudine-containing antiretroviral therapy (ART) to determine the prevalence and risk factors of hepatitis B virus drug resistance (HBV-DR). HBV DNA and HBV genotypic resistance test were performed. Patients were...
With the continued transmission of HIV each year, novel approaches to HIV prevention are needed. Since 2003, the U.S. HIV prevention focus has shifted from primarily targeting HIV-negative at-risk persons to including safer sex programs for people already infected with HIV. At least 20–30% of...
Rhodococcus equi is a gram-positive, coryneform bacterium that causes zoonotic infection mainly in horses and foals. It sometimes affects humans presenting as cavitary pneumonia. Immunocompromised patients, including HIV-infected patients, are more susceptible to R. equi infection. We present 10...
Understanding challenges to virologic suppression is essential to optimizing health outcomes among individuals with HIV. This cross-sectional behavioral assessment was conducted among 514 individuals presenting at an urban U.S. HIV clinic between June and September 2007. The majority of the...
HIV health services are critical in sub-Saharan African where the burden of the HIV pandemic is devastating. Existing studies suggest that HIV-infected individuals from marginalized populations who know their status do not seek health services because they are unaware of available treatment and...
HIV-infected children in developing countries are living longer lives as they gain access to antiretroviral treatment programs. As they grow older, their parents/guardians are faced with the difficult decision of if, when, and how to inform their child of his/her HIV status. Both negative and...
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