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IAPAC Monthly
Table of Contents, December 2002

IAPAC Monthly magazine


Report From the President
Looking to 2003
By José M. Zuniga

In the Life
Jamila Aboobaker

Honoring Our Heroes 2002

Say Anything

Dangerous Liaison: Club Drug Use and HIV/AIDS
Club drugs, or recreational drugs, have recently been associated with increased high-risk sexual behaviors that, in turn, may cause higher incidence of HIV/AIDS. And, there is increasing evidence that club drugs interact with highly active antiretroviral therapy. What role should physicians and allied healthcare professionals play?
By Jan Swanson and Alan Cooper

HIV Grudgingly Yields Some Secrets (or, Orthography and the Retrovirus)
While many of HIV's dark mysteries remain tightly under wraps, the 42nd ICAAC yielded some clues to antiretroviral management. New studies focused on starting, stopping, and changing therapy -- and on new antiretrovirals.
By Mark Mascolini

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Political Editor: Scott A. Wolfe

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Contributing Writers: Lisa Keen, Dave MacDougall

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