Published in AIDS Weekly, August 25th, 2003
"Symptom recognition is critical for patient care but has been little studied in older HIV-infected individuals," researchers in the United States noted.
To rectify this, D.S. Zingmond and colleagues at the University of California at Los Angeles "examined differences in symptom expression between younger (younger than age 50 years) and older (older than age 50 years) HIV-infected individuals."
According to their report in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, the investigators "analyzed data from two cross-sectional studies of HIV-infected individuals: 2864...
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