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April 1998

EDITORIAL

Highlights of the 5th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections

What are the newest developments in the treatment of HIV? How will these advances affect you? An advocate for people living with HIV provides a full report
DAWN AVERITT


SURVIVAL STRATEGIES

Learning to Take It Easy

A simple program of stress-reduction that can improve your outlook -- and your CD4 count
JEFFREY M. LEIPHART, PH.D.


NEWSLINE

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

Makers of two protease inhibitors okay twice-daily dosing ... New two-month TB prophylaxis regimen is as effective as yearlong therapy ... A six-drug regimen proves to be surprisingly effective in heavily pretreated patients ... Addition of leukemia drug to anti-HIV therapy shows promise ... Adding a protease inhibitor to your antiretroviral regimen may reverse dementia ... Cavities can promote the development of oral thrush ...

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.

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PULL OUT AND SAVE

What You Can Do to Reduce the Level of Stress in Your Life

Practical advice on how to cope with the tension and turmoil that are inevitable aspects of living with HIV
JEFFREY M. LEIPHART, PH.D.



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

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