Published in AIDS Weekly, July 22nd, 1996
G.P. Meneilly of the British Columbia Women and Family HIV Center, Vancouver, Canada, reported on a survey of female patients using the ambulatory HIV clinic to characterize use of alternative therapies. Researchers surveyed the 62 clinic patients and conducted a detailed interview with a subset of 16 patients.
Meneilly spoke at the XI International Conference on AIDS, held July 7-12, 1996 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at a session devoted to the use of complementary therapies.
"These patients are using a wide variety of therapies...
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