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December 1997

EDITORIAL

A Good Year ...

... and the promise of a better one to follow, for people living with HIV infection
PAUL A. VOLBERDING, M.D.


SURVIVAL STRATEGIES

Should You Participate in Clinical Trials?

The pros -- and cons -- of participation, and some helpful guidelines that will make your decision easier
KEVIN ARMINGTON


NEWSLINE

NEWSLINE ... NEWSLINE ... NEWSLINE ...

Saquinavir returns in stronger formulation ... Cidofovir gel heals herpes lesions that do not respond to Zovirax® ... Drug-drug interactions -- an update ... Monthly gammaglobulin infusions prevent infections ... First test for HIV resistance to nucleoside analogs ... Condoms reduce transmission of CMV in people with HIV ... After rash of HIV prescription errors, pharmacy group urges caution ...

Plus: WHAT THIS MEANS FOR YOU: HIV experts tell you, in clear, concise language, what impact these developments are likely to have on your day-to-day life.


PULL OUT AND SAVE

From AZT to ZDV, a Glossary for People With HIV

A clear, concise, alphabetical list of all the names, terms, and acronyms you need to know


PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE

One Mother's Story

In the war against HIV, everyone needs a private army
SHERRY B. KOPEL


INDEX

Index to Volume 1, Numbers 1-6

An alphabetical listing of article titles and subjects covered in our first year of publication




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