Drug Developments and STD News

September 2004
AIDS Patient Care & STDs;Sep2004, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p551
Academic Journal
Reports on progress in drug development for sexually transmitted diseases in the United States. Vitamins B, C, and E slow progression of HIV infection; Failure of a public health initiative to lower HIV infection rates in gay men; Increasing vaginal diaphragm use among women; Acupuncture and peripheral neuropathy; Imiquimod and anal warts.


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