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Don't believe the AIDS cure hype.
Publication year: 1997
Author(s): Day, Michael.
Publication details: New Scientist,1997
Location: Tm 1. F/7368.
Drugs | Opportunistic Infections | Treatment
Recent advances: HIV infection-II.
Publication year: 1997
Author(s): Beiser, Claire.
Publication details: Baltimore/USA, University of Maryland,1997
Location: Cl 1. F/7363.
clinical aspects | Opportunistic Infections | Prevention | TB


Managing your health: a guide for people living with HIV or AIDS.
Publication year: 1996
Author(s): Patterson, Brent; Robichaud, Francis.
Corporate author: Community AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE), The Toronto People with AIDS Foundation (TPWAF).
Publication details: Canada, CATIE,1996
Location: Ca 1. BS/7263.
clinical aspects | Clinical Trials | Coping | Diagnosis | Health Care | health care workers | Legal aspects | Opportunistic Infections | Positive Living | Psychosocial Aspects | PWAs | Treatment


Colour atlas of AIDS in the tropics
Publication year: 1994
Author(s): Ansary, M A et al.
Corporate author: British Government.
Publication details: London, Wolfe Publishing,1994
Location: Cl 1. BS/6045.
clinical aspects | Counselling | Education | Epidemiology | Opportunistic Infections | Prevention | STDs | STIs


Current treatment of opportunistic infections in HIV disease
Publication year: 1991
Author(s): Bagdades, E K
Publication details: Oxfordshire, Carfax,1991
Location: AIDS Care 4/1991.
Opportunistic Infections | Treatment




Does pneumocystis carinii prophylaxis still needed to be lifelong?
Author(s): Masur, H; Kaplan, J
Series: New England Journal of Medicine
Opportunistic Infections | Pneumonia | Treatment








Missed opportunties for prevention of tuberculosis among persons with HIV infection selected locations, United States 1996-1997
Corporate author: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Series: Journal of the American Medical Association
Opportunistic Infections | Treatment | Tuberculosis


Pnuemonia and HIV infection in African children
Author(s): Graham, S
Series: Postgraduate Doctor Africa
Location: Cl 1. CSF 5096.
Children | clinical aspects | Opportunistic Infections




Rays of hope: booklet on introduction to AIDS/HIV
Corporate author: Ipca (Partnering Healthcare Globally.
Publication details: Ipca, India,
Location: Cl 1. F/6239.
Epidemiology | Immunity | Infection | Opportunistic Infections | Prevention | Transmission | Treatment