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Slides for Psychoneuroimmunology and HIV: Is There a Mind-Body Connection?
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Psychoneuroimmunlogy and HIV: Is There a Mind-Body Connection?
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What do we do for persons without an indication for HAART?
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Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) limitations
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Stress and Depression Remains Important in HIV
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Depression and HIV Progression
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Depression in the MACS Cohort
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Is depression really associated with more rapid HIV disease progression?
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Depression and CD4 Decline in HERS
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Depression and Mortality in HERS
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Coping in Illness and Health Study
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Stress and HIV Progression
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Stress and HIV Progression
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Follow up of SF Men's Health Study
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Positive Affect Predicts Survival
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Summary of Observational Data on Mood, Stress, and HIV Progression
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Links Between the Neuroendocrine and Immune Systems
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Psychological Stress and the Common Cold
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Positive emotion and susceptibility to the common cold
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Cytokines and Common Cold Symptoms (Doyle, 2006)
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IL-6 is higher in nasal secretions in persons with low positive emotion
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Chronic Stress and Immune Responses to Vaccination
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Influenza Vaccine Responses in Caregivers and Controls
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The Nun's Study
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Model of Stress, Affect, and Progression in HIV
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How Might Stress and Depression Affect HIV Progression?
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HIV Requires Co-Receptors for Cell Entry
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CCR5 Receptor Density is Lower in Persons with Slow HIV Progression
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Norepinephrine Regulates CCR5 Expression
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ANS Activity is Correlated with Viral Load Set-point
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CCR5 Hypothesis
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T-cell Activation and CD4 T-cell loss
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Activation and Stress
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NK Cells and HIV: Cytolytic mechanisms
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NK Cells and HIV: Non-cytolytic mechanisms
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NK Cells and Stress/Depression
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Summary of PNI pathways in HIV
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Yoga and HIV Study
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Psychological Changes from Baseline in HIV Study
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CD4+ T-Cell Changes from Baseline in HIV Study
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MBSR
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MBSR, Brain, and Immune Function
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Increased Left-Sided Anterior Activation
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Greater Responses to Influenza Vaccination
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MBSR in HIV: Robinson Pilot Study
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Staying Well Study
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Design
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Mechanisms of Action
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Summary
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