Women and HIV: Closing the treatment gap

March 1999
Patient Care;3/30/1999, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p187
Academic Journal
Focuses on the treatment of HIV among women. Advantages of the highly active antiretroviral therapy; Epidemiology of HIV in women; HIV and AIDS profile in women patients. INSET: How HIV/AIDS affects women..


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