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Docs should provide risks of both having treatment and not having treatment to minimize loss aversion
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We examined the possible predictors of clustering with multivariate logistic regression. We characterised the genetically linked partners of transgender women and calculated assortativity (the tendency for people to link to other people with the same attributes) for each transmission risk group.Findings8133 (36·3%) of 22 398 individuals clustered in the network across 1722 molecular transmission clusters. Transgender women who indicated a sexual risk factor clustered at the highest frequency in the network, with 147 (43%) of 345 being linked to at least one other person (adjusted odds ratio [aOR] 2·0, p=0&m...
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China is investigating a manufacturer of medical products following reports that it sold human immunoglobulin for intravenous injection that had possibly been contaminated with HIV, though authorities said tests found no sign of the virus.Reuters Health Information
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Publication date: Available online 5 February 2019Source: The Lancet HIVAuthor(s): Simone C Frank, Jennifer Cohn, Lorna Dunning, Emma Sacks, Rochelle P Walensky, Sushant Mukherjee, Caitlin M Dugdale, Esther Turunga, Kenneth A Freedberg, Andrea L CiaranelloSummaryBackgroundNew point-of-care (POC) assays for early infant HIV diagnosis are costlier than conventional total nucleic acid assays, but could increase access to testing, shorten time to results, and expedite initiation of antiretroviral therapy. We aimed to assess the clinical benefits and cost-effectiveness of incorporating these POC assays into early infant diagnos...
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About 1.1 million Americans currently live with HIV, and approximately 40,000 are infected each year, according to federal data. But in his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump promised to “eliminate the HIV epidemic in the United States within 10 years” — a plan that hinges on a multi-agency push for better diagnosis, treatment and prevention in at-risk communities, health officials said Wednesday. Trump introduced the plan during his annual address on Tuesday but offered few details. Health officials fleshed out the plan during a call with reporters on Wednesday. The initiative will be ove...
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Genetic component for 40 percent of phenotypes studied; 25 percent have environmental risk factors
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Manual focuses on patient - physician relationship in different scenarios, including telemedicine
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Health care prices explain difference in spending between United States and other countries
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Half of black and Latina female health care workers earn less than $ 15/hour
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Rising costs of oral, injectable generic and specialty drugs mostly driven by new product entry
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Considerable increase seen from 1997 through 2016, especially in direct - to - consumer advertising
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