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Project Inform Perspective
Table of Contents, January 2004

As we head into 2004, it's a great time to be talking about strategies -- both strategies for health as well as political strategies for preserving the programs that serve the healthcare and treatment access needs of people living with HIV. This PI Perspective is a slight departure from the usual. Each article is a strategy discussion -- examining big picture issues to consider when approaching various aspects of HIV treatment and health.

In Memory Of ...

We dedicate this issue of PI Perspective to:

Joel Martinez and Carlton Hogan

Their memory lives on in the work that lies ahead of us all.

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