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HIV and the Brain: Highlights of the Seventh Neuroscience of HIV Infection Meeting

June 1996

Read Mark Mascolini's full report in the June, 1996 Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care.
Paris, for centuries a hotbed of cool reason, hosted a thought-provoking assembly of neurologists at the seventh Neuroscience of HIV Infection meeting on March 6-9. A report on the conference in the June issue of the Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care, features the following highlights. The June issue also includes an interview with neurologist Justin C. McArthur of Johns Hopkins University, one of the plenary speakers at the Paris conference.

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