Medical Care for Injection-Drug Users with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection

O'Connor, Patrick G.; Selwyn, Peter A.; Schottenfeld, Richard S.
August 1994
New England Journal of Medicine;8/18/94, Vol. 331 Issue 7, p450
Academic Journal
Discusses various issues facing physicians who are providing care to injection-drug users with HIV infection. Substance abuse and HIV infection; Screening for diagnosis of substance abuse; Spectrum of HIV-related diseases in injection-drug users; Tuberculosis; Sexually transmitted diseases; More.


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