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Index

Index to Volume 1 of AIDS Care

An Alphabetical Listing of Article Titles and Subjects Covered in Our First Year of Publication

December 1997

In the past year AIDS Care has provided its readers -- 28,862 office-based clinicians, other healthcare providers, AIDS service organizations, people living with HIV, and their care partners -- with 126 pages of relevant, reliable, readable information on all aspects of advanced HIV infection and related quality-of-life issues.

The dissemination of this information -- at no charge to recipients -- has been made possible by unrestricted educational grants from the sponsors listed below. Their continuing support in 1998 will enable us to continue to provide clear, concise, up-to-the-minute advice to our rapidly growing readership. As Dr. Paul A. Volberding, Editor-in-Chief of AIDS Care, observed in our first issue: "Successful long-term care of patients with HIV infection requires full cooperation and open communication, conscientiousness and compassion -- on all sides." Our editorial objective is to enhance communication, and thereby promote fuller partnership.

Over the past year AIDS Care has published articles, editorials, late-breaking news items, and brief commentaries on a wide range of subjects, from the management of pain in end-stage HIV disease to the diagnosis and treatment of multidrug-resistant TB. We devoted one entire issue to sex in the age of AIDS, and we published the testimony of the true experts on HIV infection -- people living with AIDS and their primary care-providers.

In response to overwhelming demand from our readers, AIDS service organizations, and other interested parties, we reprinted and distributed 7,500 copies of "Mastering Combination Therapy," a Pull Out and Save feature that appeared in the April issue of AIDS Care. At her specific request, we added President Clinton's new AIDS czar -- and all the members of the President's AIDS Advisory Council -- to our mailing list.

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We will continue to provide readable, relevant, reliable information to our readers in the coming year -- to enable them to cope with the challenge of living with HIV, to keep them abreast of new developments in the diagnosis and treatment of HIV infection and AIDS-related opportunistic infections, and to help them derive real quality from their lives.


The publication of AIDS Care is supported by unrestricted educational grants from:

Glaxo Wellcome

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Merck


The following index is arranged alphabetically by article title and by subject matter. Page numbers are provided for all entries except those that come from the unpaginated Pull Out and Save inserts that appear in every issue of AIDS Care. The titles and subject matter of those inserts are listed by issue number.


Index: AIDS Care, Volume 1

ALPHABETICAL LISTING | PULL-OUT INSERTS

SUBJECT LISTING:

Antiretrovirals | Other Treatments

Opportunistic Infections and Other Conditions

Insurance / Financial | Legal / Political | Prevention / Transmission

Women's Issues | General | Resources


Alphabetical ListingPage
A good year, and the promise of a better one85
A grapefruit a day improves drug absorption40
A is for Africa (Vitamin A deficiency and HIV)40
Adults, 4; Kids, 2 (Nelfinavir approved)21
An advance in treatment of CMV55
Another reason to treat STDs aggressively55
Between your cheek and gums (Saliva test for HIV)4
Better treatment for cryptococcal meningitis78
Be berry careful of contaminated produce81
Cidofovir gel heals herpes lesions91
Clinton administration proposes expanding Medicaid to people with HIV42
Condoms reduce risk of CMV infection93
Crixivan must be taken with lots of fluids41
Death and taxes5
Don't stop the Bactrim, at least for now57
Drug-drug interactions -- an update92
Drug-interaction warnings6
Drug-resistant TB : Are you at risk?77
First test for HIV resistance available92
First protease inhibitor returns in stronger formulation91
Gammaglobulin reduces infections92
Glovesick hearts (Latex allergies)23
Guidelines for treatment of TB in people with HIV infection74
GW1592 for you58
Haven't got time for the pain59
Health insurance to go43
Help for those with KS79
Highlights from the 4th Conference on Retroviruses11
HIV on Capitol Hill20
HIV prescription errors94
HMO of our own 5
Home healthcare -- pros and cons56
How I learned to take my pills36
HPV infections proceed faster in people with HIV94
Identifying those who need TB prophylaxis39
If it works for you, it works51
Internet update24
Internet update81
Introducing AIDS Care3
Is it AIDS? (Hodgkin's disease)21
Is it safe to drink the water?7
Is just being HIV-positive a disability?5
Keeping herpes at bay 56
Keep your czar; give us needles23
Kiss is just a kiss69
Lightening the load (Patient-assistance programs)5
Medical marijuana4
Morning after (Post-exposure prophylaxis)22
More on thalidomide80
New concern: CMV in people with high CD4 counts42
New, thicker condom39
Number-two NNRTI42
One mother's story96
Oral anabolic steroids for wasting syndrome22
Oral transmission of drug-resistant thrush76
Pencyclovir cream for herpes43
Penny wise, protease foolish (PI rationing)20
Problem of fluconazole-resistant thrush44
Protease inhibitors can cause diabetes56
Risky business (Safer-sex guidelines)25
Second-class citizens (Women with HIV)39
Sex in the age of AIDS19
Should you be on preventive therapy against TB?79
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis A?80
Should you participate in clinical trials?86
Standard syphilis treatment effective in people with HIV79
Sticking it to peripheral neuropathy52
Surf's up! (Internet information)12
TB or not TB 24
TB or not TB 70
Thalidomide returns57
The best policy (Life insurance for PWAs)41
Update: A fourth protease inhibitor4
What this means for you35
Where the rubber meets the road (Correct condom use)29
X factor (Dangers of "Ecstasy")21
  
Pull-Out Inserts
Why combination therapy?I
Eight things you can do to evade cryptosporidiosisI
Mastering combination therapyII
Reach out and touch someone (Hotline Directory)IV
Foods you can eat when you take CrixivanV
AZT to ZDV: A glossary for people with HIVVI
  
Subject Listing
(Listed in temporal order of publication)
Antiretrovirals
Update: A fourth protease inhibitor4
Drug-interaction warnings6
Highlights from the 4th Conference on Retroviruses11
Adults, 4; Kids, 2 (Nelfinavir approved)21
Crixivan must be taken with lots of fluids 41
Number two NNRTI42
Protease inhibitors can cause diabetes56
GW1592 for you58
First protease inhibitor returns in stronger formulation91
Drug-drug interactions -- an update92
  
Other Treatments
Medical marijuana4
Oral anabolic steroids for wasting syndrome22
Sticking it to peripheral neuropathy52
Thalidomide returns 57
More on thalidomide80
  
Opportunistic Infections and Other Conditions
Is it safe to drink the water?7
X factor (Dangers of "Ecstasy")21
Is it AIDS? (Hodgkin's disease)21
TB or not TB24
Identifying those who need TB prophylaxis39
New concern: CMV in people with high CD4 counts 42
Pencyclovir cream for herpes43
Problem of fluconazole-resistant thrush44
Sticking it to peripheral neuropathy52
An advance in treatment of CMV55
Another reason to treat STDs aggressively 55
Keeping herpes at bay56
Don't stop the Bactrim, at least for now57
TB or not TB70
Guidelines for treatment of TB in people with HIV infection74
Oral transmission of drug-resistant thrush76
Drug-resistant TB: Are you at risk? 77
Better treatment for cryptococcal meningitis 78
Standard syphilis treatment effective in people with HIV 79
Should you be on preventive therapy against TB?79
Help for those with KS79
Should you be vaccinated against hepatitis A?80
Be berry careful of contaminated produce81
Cidofovir gel heals herpes lesions91
Gammaglobulin reduces infections92
  
Insurance / Financial
Death and taxes5
HMO of our own5
Lightening the load (Patient-assistance programs)5
Penny wise, protease foolish (PI rationing)20
The best policy (Life insurance for PWAs)41
Clinton administration proposes expanding Medicaid to people with HIV42
Health insurance to go43
Home health care -- pros and cons56
  
Legal / Political
Is just being HIV-positive a disability?5
HIV on Capitol Hill20
  
Prevention / Transmission
Light up ahead6
Sex in the age of AIDS19
Morning after (Post-exposure prophylaxis)22
Glovesick hearts (Latex allergies)23
Keep your czar; give us needles 23
Risky business (Safer-sex guidelines)25
New, thicker condom39
Kiss is just a kiss69
Condoms reduce risk of CMV infection93
  
Women's Issues
Second-class citizens (Women with HIV)39
A is for Africa (Vitamin A deficiency)40
  
General
Introducing AIDS Care3
Between your cheek and gums (Saliva test for HIV)4
Highlights from the 4th Conference on Retroviruses11
What this means for you35
How I learned to take my pills36
A grapefruit a day 40
If it works for you, it works51
Haven't got time for the pain 59
A good year, and the promise of a better one85
Should you participate in clinical trials?86
First test for HIV resistance available92
HIV prescription errors94
  
Resources
Surf's up! (Internet information)12
Internet update24
Internet update81





  
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