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Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS

How can the busy clinician find the time to dissect the vast volume of literature and keep up to speed with advances in this fast-moving therapeutic area? Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS is designed to meet this need. This bulletin features practical, up-to-date and cogent research by key figures working in the field and aims to provide a clear insight into the current scientific, therapeutic, clinical, economic and public health issues surrounding HIV/AIDS. Regular reviews of HIV/AIDS-related websites are also included.


Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 12
- Commentary
- Can we reduce the cost of treating HIV/AIDS in the UK?
- Clinical issues – a retrospective

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 11
- Commentary
- Botswana diary
- Website review

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 1
- Introduction
- HIV infection and treatment - where are we now?
- HIV/AIDS interventions - an economic appraisal
- HIV/AIDS - a public health perspective

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 2
- Commentary
- HIV treatments can make a difference
- Website review

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 3
- Commentary
- Drug interactions in HIV infection
- Website review

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 4
- Commentary
- Clinical utilities of HIV drug resistance testing
- Update on drug interactions

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 5
- Commentary
- Fat redistribution and metabolic abnormalities in HIV infection
- Website review

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 6
- Commentary
- Progress in setting standards and establishing networks for HIV care
- Website review

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 7
- Commentary
- Pharmacoeconomics of HIV
- Website review

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 8
- Commentary
- Combination therapy
- Website review

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 9
- Commentary
- Therapeutic drug monitoring
- Website review

Clinical issues in HIV/AIDS 10
- Commentary
- Is a resistance test essential for optimal HIV care?
- Website review

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