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This book is a little gem. In it, Abigail Zuger, an infectious disease specialist at Albert Einstein Medical Center in the Bronx, describes the lives of eight of her patients as seen in a succession of clinic visits.
Caring for these patients in an environment of woefully limited...
This is a strange book and not particularly recommended. It represents a 25th anniversary republication, introduced by a new foreword and eight pages on "The Story Behind This Book." An editor's note indicates that "the text on pages 9-211 comprises the entire original edition of The...
—Ms Karns and Ms Cullison erroneously suggest that we failed to consider an important point—the possibility of biased selection into the study of only the healthiest women. This is incorrect, because only about 10% of the approximately 400 000 participants in the...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract For the medical practitioner, investigator, or writer, standard medical dictionaries have some serious shortcomings. They devote as much space to the...
To the Editor.
—I must take exception to the discussion by Dr Olanow1 of the presumed clinical benefits and improvements that resulted from fetal tissue transplantation in patients with PD. Landau2 has addressed this topic.
The clinical improvement described...
THE CONFRONTATION last month in Prince Georges County, Maryland, between AIDS activists and animal rights activists—resulting in the arrest of several of the former and reiterated demands for an end to biomedical research that involves animals by the latter—is a recent skirmish in an...
HEROIN is mixed ("cut") frequently with other substances primarily to increase its weight for retail sale (e.g., mannitol and starch) and to add pharmacologic effects (e.g., dextromethorphan and lidocaine). During 1995 and 1996, health departments and poisoncontrol centers in New York...
—To provide clinical recommendations for antiretroviral therapy for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease with currently (mid 1996) available drugs. When to start therapy, what to start with, when to change, and what to change to were addressed....
—To determine if the long-term incidence of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is related to human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) RNA levels measured early in HIV-1 infection.
AFTER YEARS of emphasizing early detection and treatment of HIV infection, the American Medical Association (AMA) is asking primary care physicians to expand their scope of care with more comprehensive prevention efforts.
During the XI International Conference on AIDS this week...
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