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Poor HIV patients improve with care beyond drugs: study | Reuters

reuters.com — “WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Patients stepping into Johns Hopkins University's HIV clinic in east Baltimore do not just see a doctor or get prescriptions for their antiretroviral drugs. Many also get help findingView full resource at reuters.com

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Bipolar disorder common in HIV patients

news-medical.net — “Patients with HIV are significantly more likely to have bipolar disorder than the general population, researchers report.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Magnetic Factor Aids Therapeutic Impact Of Cell Transplantation

medicalnewstoday.com — “Two studies in the current issue of Cell Transplantation (21:6), now freely available on-line,* demonstrate how the use of magnetic particles are a factor that can positively impact on theView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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Improved communication could reduce STD epidemic among black teenagers

sciencedaily.com — “Black urban teenagers from low-income families face a rate of sexually transmitted disease up to 10 times higher than their white counterparts, but recent studies have identified approaches to prevention programs that might reduce this problem.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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September #182 : Take Good Care - by Cristina González

poz.com — “One out of every five Americans living with HIV don?t know their status.View full resource at poz.com

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POZ Survey Says : 48% of POZ readers received counseling before and after your #HIV test. http://t.co/L2LX39Ok

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Spoonful of Medicine: New genetic analysis narrows HIV vaccine targets : Spoonful of Medicine

blogs.nature.com — “The road to a protective HIV vaccine has not been easy thus far. The failed STEP trial, halted in 2007, was just one major trip-up among several, and two years later the massive RV144 trial from Thailand spurred controversy about efficacy rates. Part of the problem is that researchers have long struggled over the best target for the HIV vaccine. Read moreView full resource at blogs.nature.com

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Analysis: Use of pill to prevent HIV may be limited in U.S | Lifescript.com

lifescript.com — “LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The first preventive pill for HIV has been hailed as a landmark in the...View full resource at lifescript.com

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The road to the HIV clinic in Burnt Forest, Kenya where I spent the morning. A place christened by conflicts. Photo - Rachel Vreeman | Lockerz

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#CDCgrandrounds - Healthcare Social Media Transcript

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Infections among homeless could fuel wider epidemics: study | Reuters

reuters.com — “LONDON (Reuters) - Homeless people across the world have dramatically higher rates of infection with tuberculosis (TB), HIV and hepatitis C and could fuel community epidemics that cost governments dear,View full resource at reuters.com

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Diseases That Just Won't Quit : Discovery News

news.discovery.com — “The plague, black death, gonorrhea and other diseases may seem like ancient history, but they still pose major health threats.View full resource at news.discovery.com

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Public Health News Roundup: August 10 | Public Health

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A.M. Vitals: The Biggest Blood Supply Risk, Tainted Platelets - Health Blog - WSJ

blogs.wsj.com — “Contaminated platelets poses bigger threat to blood supply than HIV or hepatitis C, new attention being paid to possible cognitive or developmental issues in children born with congenital heart diseaseView full resource at blogs.wsj.com

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Only 1 in 4 Americans With HIV Have Virus Under Control: CDC --Doctors Lounge

doctorslounge.com — “Only 1 in 4 Americans With HIV Have Virus Under Control: CDC --Doctors LoungeView full resource at doctorslounge.com

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Plastic surgeon aids man who nearly lost arm | ajc.com

ajc.com — “Sure, he's a doctor. But not the kind of doctor caring for patients who nearly sever a limb on the job.View full resource at ajc.com

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