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Prospective investigation of the relationship between food insecurity and health and behavioural outcomes in HIV-HCV co-Infection: Clues for prevention interventions. A food security & HIV-HCV sub-study of the Canadian Co-Infection Cohort (CTN 222)
Chloroquine as a modulator of T cell immune activation to improve CD4 recovery in HIV-infected participants receiving antiretroviral therapy: A proof-of-concept study
Seek and Treat for Optimal outcomes and Prevention in HIV& AIDS in IDU
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