AIDS is a tear in the social fabric of Papua New Guinea: HIV and its impact, 2005-2025
- Reducing the length of time between HIV infection and diagnosis. Dodds, Catherine; Weatherburn, Peter // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);6/30/2007, Vol. 334 Issue 7608, p1329
This article comments on two articles in this issue suggesting that changes in British medical policy to expand the number of people routinely tested for HIV would rely on opt-out approaches. The authors argue that a better goal would be to reduce the time between HIV infection and diagnosis....
- HIV Sexual Transmission Is Predominantly Driven by Single Individuals Rather than Discordant Couples: A Model-Based Approach. Champredon, David; Bellan, Steve; Dushoff, Jonathan // PLoS ONE;Dec2013, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p1
Understanding the relative contribution to HIV transmission from different social groups is important for public-health policy. Information about the importance of stable serodiscordant couples (when one partner is infected but not the other) relative to contacts outside of stable partnerships...
- HIV and rehabilitation management. Young, Charles E. // American Rehabilitation;Autumn93, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p35
Urges rehabilitation agency administrators and program managers to take the lead in developing a comprehensive and informed response to HIV. Educating consumers and others about eligibility for rehabilitation services; Basic VR eligibility criteria; Rehabilitation Act; Americans with...
- The HIV/AIDS Pandemic: A Sign of Instability in a Complex Global System. Benatar, Solomon R. // Journal of Medicine & Philosophy;Apr2002, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p163
Intense scientific work on HIV/AIDS has led to the development of effectivecombination drug therapies and there is hope that effective vaccines willsoon be produced. However, the majority of people with HIV/AIDS in the worldare not benefiting from such advances because of extreme poverty. This...
- HIV in the blood supply: Nothing to fear but fear itself. Strathdee, Steffanie A.; O'Shaughnessy, Michael V. // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;08/15/97, Vol. 157 Issue 4, p391
Editorial. Discusses implications of the study by Dr. Robert S. Remis et al in the August 15, 1997 edition of the Canadian Medical Association Journal which found low risk in acquiring HIV in Canada in the 1990s through a blood transfusion. News that should allay public fears but will not;...
- Is AIDS hysteria being used to keep you virginal? Roiphe, Katie // Cosmopolitan;Apr97, Vol. 222 Issue 4, p68
Examines women's sexual conservatism in the United States due to the risk of HIV. Idea of protection from HIV; Caution in sexual affairs; Attitudes to sexual encounters.
- The impact of HIV on sub-Saharan African eye departments. Beare, N. A. V.; Batumba, N. H. // Eye;Dec2006, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p1414
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "The Impact of HIV on Sub-Saharan African Eye Departments," published in the previous issue.
- Get Tested! // Outlook Ohio Magazine;Dec2014, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p12
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- The evolution of tuberculosis infection among schoolchildren in Barcelona and the HIV epidemic. Villalbi, J.R.; Smith, Jeanette M. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;6/22/94-6/29/94, Vol. 271 Issue 24, p1890c
Estimates the prevalence of tuberculin reaction and sources of infection in first grade students in Barcelona, Spain. Trends of tuberculosis incidence; Prevalence of reactors; Follow-up of positive tests and identification of cases of previously unknown tuberculosis; Poverty and HIV infection.