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IAPAC Monthly
Table of Contents, October 2002

IAPAC Monthly magazine

D E P A R T M E N T S

Report From the President
Taking Stock of Successes and Challenges
By José M. Zuniga

Notes From the Field
GALEN in Action

In the Life
Rodica Matusa

Abstracts
In Patients on Prolonged HAART, a Significant Pool of HIV-Infected CD4 T Cells Are HIV-Specific

Low-Dose Ritonavir Moderately Enhances Nelfinavir Exposure

Clinical Presentation of Pulmonary Mycetoma in HIV-Infected Patients

Improving Informed Consent: Insights From Behavioral Decision Research

Incidence of Cardiac Abnormalities in Children With Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection

Say Anything


A Dearth of Groundbreaking Data at 14th International Conclave of HIV Medical Community
Although the XIV International AIDS Conference was calorie-packed with policy news, it was anemic in the sense that delegates missed the groundbreaking nature of data expected in the post-HAART era. Still, there were important insights into the expanding antiretroviral arsenal, resistance, and toxicities.
By David S. MacDougall

One Step Ahead of Us
From the dramatic standpoint, Barcelona was no Durban. That said, the XIV International AIDS Conference served as a reminder of the enormous amount of work that remains to be done to redress the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV disease, as well as the inequities that exist in access to HIV/AIDS care.
By Carmen Retzlaff


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