Homocysteine, HIV and Heart Disease
Too much homocysteine in the blood is associated with an increased risk of heart and circulatory diseases. Blood tests can detect the problem, and it can often be treated with nutrition and supplements. Here is some background on this potential approach to reducing cardiovascular risk.
AIDS Treatment Activists Form New Coalition
A new treatment activist coalition, formed in mid August, will develop national strategies, plan mentoring of new activists, and help persons with HIV and activists find consensus and work together on issues involving treatment research and access to care.
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