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February 1997

EDITORIAL

The HIV-AIDS Debate Is Over

What to tell your patients when they ask if HIV causes AIDS
STEPHEN J. O’BRIEN, PH.D.



CASE MANAGEMENT

John L., a Previously Untreated Patient with a CD4 Count Above 500

When -- and how -- do you initiate HIV therapy in asymptomatic individuals?
HARVEY J. MAKADON, M.D.



NEWSLINE

Newsline ... Newsline ... Newsline ...

Oral suspension of itraconazole effective against refractory candidiasis



PULL OUT AND SAVE

Starting Your Patient on an Antiretroviral Regimen

Introduce the concept, consider the patient's concerns, and then initiate therapy
MOLLY COOKE, M.D.

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OPTIMAL MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

The Problem of Azole-Resistant Candidiasis

What do you do when the medicines stop working?
WILLIAM G. POWDERLY, M.D.



  
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This article was provided by San Francisco General Hospital. It is a part of the publication HIV Newsline.
 

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