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  1. Systematic Review of HIV Behavioral Prevention Research in Latinos

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    April 2002
    Lynae A. Darbes, PhD, University of California San Francisco; Gail E. Kennedy, MPH, University of California San Francisco; Greet Peersman, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Lev Zohrabyan, MD, MPH, Emory University; George W. Rutherford, MD, University of California San Francisco
    We conducted a systematic review of the HIV prevention intervention literature for Latinos in the United States. We focused on the four major risk groups (men who have sex with men (MSM), injection drug...

  2. Systematic Review of HIV Behavioral Prevention Research in Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    April 2002
    Lynae A. Darbes, PhD, University of California San Francisco; Gail E. Kennedy, MPH, University of California San Francisco; Greet Peersman, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Lev Zohrabyan, MD, MPH, Emory University; George W. Rutherford, MD, University of California San Francisco
    We conducted a systematic review of the HIV prevention intervention literature for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (API) in the United States. We focused on the four major risk groups (men who have...

  3. Systematic Review of HIV Behavioral Prevention Research in African Americans

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    March 2002
    Lynae A. Darbes, PhD, University of California San Francisco; Gail E. Kennedy, MPH, University of California San Francisco; Greet Peersman, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Lev Zohrabyan, MD, MPH, Emory University; George W. Rutherford, MD, University of California San Francisco
    We conducted a systematic review of the HIV prevention intervention literature for African Americans in the United States. We focused on the four major risk groups (men who have sex with men (MSM), injection...

  4. HIV Transmission and Prevention in Adolescents

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    December 2002
    Douglas Kirby, PhD, ETR Associates
    Many adolescents engage in sexual intercourse with multiple partners and without condoms. Thus, they engage in sexual behaviors that place them at risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including...

  5. Epidemiology and HIV Transmission in Injection Drug Users

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    May 1998
    Jeffrey H. Burack, MD, MPP, BPhil, University of California San Francisco; David Bangsberg, MD, MPH, University of California San Francisco
    Injection drug use-related HIV infection accounts for a substantial and growing fraction of the total cases of HIV in the United States. Injection drug use has spread HIV rapidly also in parts of Europe...

  6. Primary Care of Infants and Children with HIV

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    July 2001
    Andrew T. Pavia, MD, University of Utah
    There is a remarkable gap in the nature of HIV disease among infants and children between developed countries and the rest of the world. HIV infection has increased among women globally, but in developed...

  7. How to Tell Patients They Have (or Do Not Have) HIV

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    February 2004
    Paul A. Volberding, MD, University of California San Francisco
    The almost limitless diversity of physician experience and attitudes, as well as variability from patient to patient in prognosis and social setting, makes the title of this chapter seem at first glance...

  8. Care of Injection Drug Users with HIV

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    August 1998
    Steven L. Batki, MD, University of California San Francisco; James L. Sorensen, PhD, San Francisco General Hospital
    This chapter reviews approaches to the care of HIV-infected drug users. Injection drug users (IDUs) are a growing group of patients with HIV disease. Injection drug use is an important HIV transmission...

  9. HIV Prevention In Injection Drug Users

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    November 1998
    David R. Gibson, PhD, University of California Davis
    Injection drug use is a major risk factor for HIV infection in the United States and numerous other countries. In the United States, injecting drug users (IDU) now account for more than one third of new...

  10. Policy Issues in AIDS Vaccine Development

    HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter
    February 2001
    Chris Collins, MPP, Progressive Health Partners, San Francisco, California
    Public health officials have placed enormous hope on the potential of an HIV vaccine to bring the global HIV/AIDS epidemic under control. Yet numerous scientific, ethical, and public policy challenges...

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