Published in AIDS Weekly, April 21st, 2003
According to recent research from Germany, "various endocrine functions have been described" as a result of HIV infection.
"However, there is limited information available on estrogens and their function in these patients," said J. Teichmann and coauthors at the University of Giessen, who performed a study "to evaluate the pituitary and testicular endocrine markers."
"Fourteen HIV-positive men were included into the longitudinal study with a follow up period of 18 months. None of the patients had a history or clinical evidence of endocrine...
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