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Born Again

Knowing When to Stop

The Divine Miss Em


Cocaine & Heroin

Crystal Meth

Harm Reduction


Recovery Rooms


A for Africa


WHO’s on First

Dying for ADAP


Bombing Gilead

Pos & Neg

Wishful Thinking

Unwrapper’s Delight

Study Hell

Tech Talk


Diarrhea Diary

HAART to Heart

Eradication II?


Breaks: What’s Up?

Safe Spliffs

Slumber Party

Bone Loss

Gimme Shelter


IRSA’s Rochelle advises HIVer refugees:

Editor's Letter


Sale of a Lifetime

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

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December 2003


by Staff

Women who got HIV via sex lost T cells more slowly than all other HIVers in a 5,800-person Europe

Women who got HIV via sex lost T cells more slowly than all other HIVers in a 5,800-person European/Australian study.

HIVers co-infected with hep C are at greater risk for diabetes than solo HIVers, U.S. war veterans’ medical records show.

University of Maryland researchers are using PET scans to find reservoirs of HIV for possible removal in the future.

A study of 407 HIVer men in San Francisco found that those with a “positive” outlook had slower disease progression.

A small study found that high doses of vitamin C (1,000 mg a day) dropped blood levels of indinavir (Crixivan) by 20 percent.

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