"AIDS Treatment News" online * New Issue #306 (searchable/indexed)

F. Frank LeFever flefever at ix.netcom.com
Wed Dec 9 22:16:12 EST 1998

Couldn't help but smile.  I do know something of testosterone treatment
in AIDS (discussed it with someone at Columbia a couple of years ago),
but "U.S. testosterone shortage" lends itself to wild free

F. LeFever

In <72hnrc$821$3 at nnrp03.primenet.com> atn at aids.org (AIDS Treatment News
/ AIDS-dot-ORG) writes: 
>AIDS-dot-ORG / Immunet
>The latest issue of AIDS Treatment News (#306) has been added
>to the complete AIDS Treatment News archive on AIDS-dot-ORG/Immunet
>http://www.aids.org or  http://www.immunet.org
>     ********************
>--- New issue features:
>  * T-20 Results Published
>  * U.S. Testosterone Shortage: Call for Information
>  * Abacavir (Ziagen (tm)) Approval Recommended
>  * Induction/Maintenance Strategy Failed in U.S., French Trials
>  * Efavirenz (Sustiva (tm)) Available through Patient Assistance
>  * Amprenavir (Agenerase (tm)) Submitted for Approval
>  * National AIDS Treatment Advocates Forum, Dec 5-8, Philadelphia    
>  * Glasgow Conference Reports on Web
>  * Lipodystrophy, Anemia, Resistance, Other Articles ...
>  * New TB Guidelines for Persons with HIV
>  * Record AIDS Funding from Outgoing Congress
>  * Calif: Medicaid Expansion Needs Quick Attention after Election
>  * Youth Consent, Confidentiality for Counselors, San Francisco Dec 1
>     ********************
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>of AIDS Treatment News articles.
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