Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 22nd, 2002
For women with AIDS, these declines have been delayed and are smaller in magnitude than those seen in men. Assessing causes of death may clarify the effects of other medical problems on mortality of women with HIV infection.
A multisite study by authors from nine hospitals and research centers, published in the American Journal of Medicine, suggested that to decrease mortality further among HIV-infected women, attention must be paid to treatable conditions, such as hepatitis C, depression, intimate partner violence, and...
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