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THEY MAY NOT pack the punch of protease inhibitors, but non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors appear to have a promising future as a niche drug in the treatment and prevention of HIV infection.
During the XI International Conference on AIDS in Vancouver, British...
STUDIES OF SLEEP and circadian rhythms in outer space, in a time isolation laboratory, under the sea, and in perhaps the most challenging research setting of all—6000 American homes—may yield numerous benefits to the public's health, according to talks and interviews at the annual joint...
TWO REPORTS on the current status of xenotransplantation and the circumstances under which it can safely proceed were presented last month in Washington, DC. One comes from the United States' Institute of Medicine (IOM) and the other from Great Britain's Nuffield Council on Bioethics....
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