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Treating patients with HIV

Anurag Bharadwaj


Abstract

Your issue on treating people with HIV discusses a very important subject. I started my medical career around the time that HIV was first detected. My first personal encounter with the disease was some years ago, when a fellow physician and personal friend was diagnosed as HIV positive. The problems in treating a HIV positive patient were becoming clear at the time. Unfortunately, they remain the same today.

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