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  • HIV infection: Pathology and disease progression Subscription

    Our knowledge of HIV has grown since the virus’s discovery in the 1980s. Globally, 33 million people are now infected  

  • Aetiology and pathology of HIV and AIDS Subscription

    By M. Poulton

  • An update on HAART: part 1 Subscription

    Rosy Weston, MRPharmS, RegPharmNZ, is senior principal pharmacist (HIV and sexual health), Simon Portsmouth, MRCP, MBChB, is consultant physician (HIV and sexual health) and Andrew Benzie, MRCP, MRPharmS, is specialist registrar (HIV and sexual health),

  • An update on HAART: part 2 Subscription

    Rosy Weston, MRPharmS, RegPharmNZ, is senior principal pharmacist (HIV and sexual health), Simon Portsmouth, MRCP, MBChB, is consultant physician (HIV and sexual health) and Andrew Benzie, MRCP, MRPharmS, is specialist registrar (HIV and sexual health),

  • Drug treatment of HIV and AIDS Subscription

    The rapid changes occurring in the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection mean that articles and guidelines on the subject soon become obsolete. This article provides an overview of current practice and is divided into two parts:

  • Gene therapy is now used to treat a variety of eye diseases

    Gene therapy: a treatment coming of age Subscription

    A decade ago many people had written off gene therapy altogether but now there are dozens of trials in progress around the world.

  • HIV infection (answers) Subscription

    Questions[img_assist|nid=45223|title=Clinical Pharmacist Life-long learning|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=170|height=156] October 2009’s Lifelong Learning questions are based on the CLINICALFOCUS articles on HIV infectionThe questions can be viewed/printedThis online module is closed

  • HIV infection: Combination antiretroviral therapy Subscription

    Since the advent of combination antiretroviral therapy in the mid-1990s HIV-infected individuals are now living longer with improved quality of life. Medication adherence is vital for successful treatment  

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    HIV: management Subscription

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    Combined antiretroviral therapy is taken by people with HIV infection to prolong and improve quality of life. Patients require a high level of support to help them adhere to the complex regimens prescribed

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