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A Guide to the Clinical Care of Women with HIV/AIDS

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A Guide to the Clinical Care of Women with HIV/AIDS
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Publisher: Department of Health and Human Services
Number of pages: 610

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A comprehensive clinical manual that addresses the primary care needs unique to women with HIV infection. The target audience is clinicians who provide primary care to women as well as those seeking a more in-depth understanding of how to care for women with HIV/AIDS. This 2005 edition of the guide, first published in 2001, has been updated and chapters have been added on international issues and nutrition.

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