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Oxandrolone, Used for Treatment of Wasting Disease in HIV-1-Infected Patients, Does Not Diminish the Antiviral Activity of Deoxynucleoside Analogues in Lymphocyte and Macrophage Cell Cultures
Clinical Trials Using HIV-1 RNA-Based Primary Endpoints: Statistical Analysis and Potential Biases
Studies of Body Composition and Fat Distribution in HIV-Infected and Control Subjects
Stability of Cutaneous Anergy in Women With or at Risk for HIV Infection
Phase II, Randomized, Open-Label, Community-Based Trial to Compare the Safety and Activity of Combination Therapy With Recombinant Interferon-α2b and Zidovudine Versus Zidovudine Alone in Patients With Asymptomatic to Mildly Symptomatic HIV Infection
Lack of Association Between Hepatitis C Infection and Development of AIDS-Related Lymphoma
HIV Infection of the Central Nervous System Is Characterized by Rapid Turnover of Viral RNA in Cerebrospinal Fluid
Impact of Tuberculosis on the Body Composition of HIV-Infected Men in Brazil
Psychoactive Drug Use and Progression of HIV Infection
Direct Comparison of Time to AIDS and Infectious Disease Death Between HIV Seroconverter Injection Drug Users in Italy and the United States: Results From the ALIVE and ISS Studies
Trends in Injection Risk Behaviors in a Sample of New York City Injection Drug Users: 1992-1995
Incidence of Discontinuation of Highly Active Antiretroviral Combination Therapy (HAART) and Its Determinants
Incidence and Risk Factors for Heterosexually Acquired HIV in an Inner-City Cohort of Women: Temporal Association With Pregnancy
Cervical Dysplasia on Cervicovaginal Papanicolaou Smear Among HIV-1-Infected Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women
Evaluation of Behavioral and Social Issues Among Thai HIV Vaccine Trial Volunteers
Few Clues for AIDS Vaccines From Structural Data on gp120 and Its Receptors and Antibodies
Recent Dramatic Decrease in AIDS Cases and HIV-Related Deaths Contrasts With Stable Rate of New HIV-Positive Patients Detected in Lyon, France, From 1988 to 1997
HIV Vaccines and Prevention in a World Without Mary Lou Clements-Mann and Jonathan Mann
The International Symposium on HIV, Leukemia, and Opportunistic Cancers