New Articles on Late HIV Diagnosis, Circumcision Highlighted in PLOS Blog
September 4, 2013
The PLOS "Speaking of Medicine" blog highlights a number of new articles published in the current issue of PLOS Medicine. "Amanda Mocroft and colleagues conclude that late diagnosis of HIV infection and entry into care remains a substantial problem across Europe," and "Bertran Auvert and colleagues report that the rollout of voluntary male circumcision services into the community of Orange Farm, South Africa, is linked to reductions in HIV infection levels," according to the blog (9/3).
Prevalence of Drug-Resistant HIV Has Fallen Dramatically Among Antiretroviral-Experienced Patients in Western Europe
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