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GENE THERAPY may still be in its infancy, but it is cutting teeth on attempts to ameliorate human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease.
Indeed, knowledge about the HIV genome seems to have come faster than clinical advances in treating the infection itself, and work with HIV clearly is breaking...
ALMOST TWO DECADES after acknowledging that some physicians become addicted to alcohol and other drugs, the Federation of State Medical Boards is refining policies aimed at providing impaired physicians with effective treatment.
The federation broached the topic of physician impairment in the...
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