August 15, 2013 - Volume 63 - Issue 5 - Contributor Index

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Abraham, Alison G. PhD, MHS, MS

Invasive Cervical Cancer Risk Among HIV-Infected Women Is a Function of CD4 Count and Screening

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Achan, Jane MD, MMED

Hair and Plasma Data Show That Lopinavir, Ritonavir, and Efavirenz All Transfer From Mother to Infant In Utero, But Only Efavirenz Transfers via Breastfeeding

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Ades, Veronica MD, MPH

Hair and Plasma Data Show That Lopinavir, Ritonavir, and Efavirenz All Transfer From Mother to Infant In Utero, But Only Efavirenz Transfers via Breastfeeding

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Alix, Anne F.

Dual Therapy With Lamivudine + Protease Inhibitor During Pregnancy for Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV-1

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Allègre, Thierry MD

Increasing Frequency of Self-Reported Orogenital HIV-1 Transmission Among Men Having Sex With Men: The ANRS PRIMO Cohort

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Anthony, Donald D. MD, PhD

Plasma Proteome Analysis Reveals Overlapping, yet Distinct Mechanisms of Immune Activation in Chronic HCV and HIV Infections

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Arreola, Sonya

Homophobia as a Barrier to HIV Prevention Service Access for Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

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Atrio, Jessica M. MD

Maternal Atazanavir Usage in HIV-Infected Pregnant Women and the Risk of Maternal and Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia

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Aweeka, Francesca PharmD

Hair and Plasma Data Show That Lopinavir, Ritonavir, and Efavirenz All Transfer From Mother to Infant In Utero, But Only Efavirenz Transfers via Breastfeeding

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Ayala, George

Homophobia as a Barrier to HIV Prevention Service Access for Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

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Backman, Elke S. PharmD

High Frequency of Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Dysfunction After Local Corticosteroid Injection in HIV-Infected Patients on Protease Inhibitor Therapy

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Barnholtz-Sloan, Jill PhD

Plasma Proteome Analysis Reveals Overlapping, yet Distinct Mechanisms of Immune Activation in Chronic HCV and HIV Infections

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Beck, Jack

Homophobia as a Barrier to HIV Prevention Service Access for Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

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Benaboud, Sihem PharmD

High Exposure to Zidovudine During the First 2 Weeks of Life and Concentration—Toxicity Relationships

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Blanche, Stéphane MD, PhD

High Exposure to Zidovudine During the First 2 Weeks of Life and Concentration—Toxicity Relationships

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Boufassa, Faroudy MD

Is the Level of Proof of the North American Multicohort Collaboration Prospective Study Sufficient to Conclude That Incidence of Invasive Cervical Cancer is Higher in HIV-Infected...

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Brady, Kathleen A. MD

Accuracy of Definitions for Linkage to Care in Persons Living With HIV

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Brown, Amanda PhD

Evaluating Sleep and Cognition in HIV

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Bruce, R. Douglas MD, MA, MSc

Is It Time for Treatment as Prevention Among People Who Inject Drugs?

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Bryson, Yvonne MD

Biomarkers From Late Pregnancy to 6 Weeks Postpartum in HIV-Infected Women Who Continue Versus Discontinue Antiretroviral Therapy After Delivery

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