Drug Developments and STD News

April 2003
AIDS Patient Care & STDs;Apr2003, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p203
Academic Journal
Presents several developments related to drug development in sexually transmitted diseases as of the April 1, 2003. Increase in HIV infections in the U.S.; Possibility of transmission of HIV infections through Internet; Role of sex workers in spreading HIV infections.


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