Reevaluating reinfection

November 2002
Advocate;11/12/2002, Issue 876, p112
Reevaluates the danger of reinfection of HIV among HIV positive gays. Evidence of reinfection with different strains of HIV; Acceleration of disease progression; Control of spread of HIV; Psychological changes experienced by an HIV positive gay.


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