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HOPE WAS HARD to find at the 10th International Conference on AIDS in Yokohama, Japan.
Fascinating clues from studies of long-term nonprogressors, those infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) who go for a decade or more with no immune system damage, were reported that should...
THE UNITED STATES likes to think of itself as the world leader in health care sophistication. Yet it is among the most backward nations when it comes to AIDS prevention.
This embarrassment was underscored during the 10th International Conference on AIDS in Yokohama, Japan. While success with...
GETTING A HANDLE on the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) pandemic is going to require more than traditional public health efforts.
Condoms, clinics, educational brochures, and blood supply protection programs are "a Band-Aid over a deep wound," says Jonathan Mann, MD, director of the...
In the article, "From the Food and Drug Administration" (JAMA. 1994;272:582), in the last line of the first item, "Brochures on Seafood Safety for People With Certain Diseases," the telephone number of the Seafood Hotline should be 1-800-FDA-4010.
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