Susan Hasty, Publisher
Table of Contents . . . July 12th, 1999Non-Subscriber - Summaries Only
AIDS Vaccines - Highly Attenuated SIV Protects Against Vaginal Challenge
HIV Transmission - CDC Warns of HIV "Clusters" in Low-Prevalence Areas
Therapy (TB) - Six-Month DOT Course More Toxic in Six-Year Study
Therapy (TB) - Twice-A-Week DOT OK in HIV Infected South Africans
AIDS Therapies - Interleukin Treatment Developed for HIV Positive Patients
Blood Safety - Case of Bad Blood Disrupts Iranian Courtroom
Drug Resistance - EU Health Ministers Urge Cut in Antibiotic Use
Education and Prevention - Complacency Destroying Battle Against AIDS
Epidemiology (TB) - Tuberculosis Cases Balloon in Russia, Could Spread
HIV Vaccines - Clinton Breaks Ground on AIDS Research Center
HIV Vaccines - Group Seeks Volunteers for HIV Vaccine Testing
Industry News (Joint Venture) - Product Approval and Expanded Distribution Agreement in India Announced
Infection Control - Tuberculosis Control Inadequate in Developing Countries
Prognostic Indicators - Many Culture-Positive TB Patients Don't Have Documented Conversions
Testing (TB) - PPD Differences Significant Between HIV+ and HIV- Women
Nutritional Status (HIV Patients) - "Effect of Anti-Retroviral Therapy and Nutritional Supplementation on Growth and Nutritional Status in Children with HIV-1 Infection."
Disease Associations - "Zinc and Infections in Aging. Parallelism with HIV."
Nutritional Status (HIV/TB Patients) - "Nutritional Status in Tuberculosis (TB) Patients With and Without HIV Infection in Botswana."
Vector Development - "Novel Lentiviral Vectors for Gene Therapy with Reduced Pathogenic Potential."
Coinfection - "Efficacy of Trimethoprim-Sulphamethoxazole Prophylaxis to Decrease Morbidity and Mortality in HIV-1 Infected Patients With Tuberculosis in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire: A Randomised Controlled Tri
HIV Gene Therapy - "Suppression of HIV-1 Transcription and Replication by a Vpr Mutant."
Mycobacterium tuberculosis - "An Inhibitor of Exported Mycobacterium tuberculosis Glutamine Synthetase Selectively Blocks the Growth of Pathogenic Mycobacteria in Axenic Culture and in Human Monocytes: Extracellular Proteins as Potentia
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