November 1, 2007


New Compilation of Latest HIV Research Available


HIV compendium 225More than 30 of the most significant articles in HIV research published in the IDSA journals in the last year are now available in the 2007 Clinical Issues in HIV Medicine, produced by HIVMA.

Edited by Kenneth H. Mayer, MD, FIDSA, and Daniel R. Kuritzkes, MD, FIDSA, this year’s HIV compendium includes state-of-the-art articles from both Clinical Infectious Diseases and The Journal of Infectious Diseases. Some of the hot topics covered include:

  • adherence
  • metabolic complications of HIV infection and treatment
  • screening for acute infection
  • HIV and sexually transmitted infections 

Several articles focus on special issues in the developing world, including measuring virologic suppression and resistance testing in resource-limited settings.

Copies of the compendium are available as a booklet or CD-ROM by contacting Caroline Page at cpage@idsociety.org or (703) 299-1215.

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