|Student intern for Tulsa C.A.R.E.S., an agency that provides services for people with HIV?AIDS in the Oklahoma area.
Feb 14, 2000
Wanting to find resources to prove that exercise is important in a HIV/AIDS client. Is this statement true, can it help slow down process? Looking for information to write Grant to get our agency fitness equipment or at least some kind of exercise program.
Response from Dr. Fisher
Please do a literature search, but start with Hellerstein's article (and the accompanying editorial by Dobbs) in last year's JAMA (I think one of the June issues).
Alvan Fisher, M.D.
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