Government-by-exception: enrolment and experimentality in mass HIV treatment programs in Africa

V-K Nguyen. Government-by-exception: enrolment and experimentality in mass HIV treatment programs in Africa. Social Theory and Health 2009 7(3): 196-222.

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Gender-Related Factors Influencing HIV Serostatus Disclosure in Patients Receiving HAART in West Africa

Disclosure of HIV serostatus remains an important tool for the prevention of new infections and early initiation of treatment for HIV-positive individuals’ regular sexual partners. Continue reading Gender-Related Factors Influencing HIV Serostatus Disclosure in Patients Receiving HAART in West Africa

Low Prevalence of Detectable HIV Plasma Viremia in Patients Treated With Antiretroviral Therapy in Burkina Faso and Mali

JAIDSBoileau C, V-K Nguyen, M Sylla, N Machouf, A Chamblerland, HA Traoré, PA Niamba, I Diallo, M Maiga, M Cissé, S Rashed, C Tremblay. Low prevalence of detectable HIV plasma viraemia in patients treated with antiretroviral therapy in Burkina Faso and Mali. JAIDS. 2008; 48 (4) 464-472.
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Characterization of drug resistance in antiretroviral-treated patients infected with HIV-1 CRF02_AG and AGK subtypes in Mali and Burkina Faso

IMPSylla M, A Chamberland, C Boileau, HA Troaré, S Ag-Aboubacrine, M Cissé, S Koala, J Drabo, I Diallo, P Niamba, D Tremblay-Sher, N Machouf, S Rashed, D Nickle, V-K Nguyen, C Tremblay for the ATARAO Group. Characterization of drug resistance in antiretroviral-treated patients infected with HIV-1 CRF02_AG and AGK subtypes in Mali and Burkina Faso. Antiviral therapy. 2008; 13 (1) 141-8. Continue reading Characterization of drug resistance in antiretroviral-treated patients infected with HIV-1 CRF02_AG and AGK subtypes in Mali and Burkina Faso

Adherence as therapeutic citizenship: impact of the history of access to antiretroviral drugs on adherence to treatment

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A dramatic increase in the use of antiretroviral drugs in Africa has increased focus on adherence to treatment, which has so far been equivalent if not superior to that in northern contexts. The reasons for this exceptional adherence are poorly understood Continue reading Adherence as therapeutic citizenship: impact of the history of access to antiretroviral drugs on adherence to treatment

HIV-Specific Effector Activity In Patients In Primary HIV Infection

The Journal of Infectious DiseasesAlter, G, A Merchant, CM Tsoukas, D Rouleau, R LeBlanc, P Côté, J-G Baril, R Thomas, VK Nguyen, R Sékaly and J-P Routy, and NF Bernard. HIV-Specific Effector Activity In Patients In Primary HIV Infection. Journal of Infectious Diseases 2002; 185: 755-765.

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Revisiting Local Biology in the Era of Global Health

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gmea20.v033.i03.coverBrotherton, P. Sean, and Vinh-Kim Nguyen. “Revisiting Local Biology in the Era of Global Health.” Medical Anthropology 32, no. 4 (2013): 287–90. doi:10.1080/01459740.2013.791290. Continue reading Revisiting Local Biology in the Era of Global Health

Abacavir/Lamivudine Fixed-Dose Combination With Ritonavir-Boosted Darunavir: A Safe and Efficacious Regimen for HIV Therapy

HIVTrottier, B, N Machouf, R Thomas, S Gallant, D Longpré, S Vézina, M Boissonnault, S Lavoie, D Legault, K Dion, V-K Nguyen. Abacavir/lamivudine fixed-dose combination with ritonavir-boosted darunavir: a safe and efficacious regimen for HIV therapy. HIV Clinical Trials 2012; 13(6): 335-342. Continue reading Abacavir/Lamivudine Fixed-Dose Combination With Ritonavir-Boosted Darunavir: A Safe and Efficacious Regimen for HIV Therapy

Remedicalizing an Epidemic: From HIV Treatment as Prevention to HIV Treatment Is Prevention

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Nguyen, V.K., N. Bajos, F. Dubois-Arber, J. O’Malley, and C.M. Pirkle. “Remedicalizing an Epidemic: From HIV Treatment as Prevention to HIV Treatment Is Prevention.” AIDS 25, no. 3 (2011): 291.

Sensitivity and specificity of rapid HIV testing in a community setting

STIB Trottier, V-K Nguyen, R Thomas, N Machouf, S Vezina, R O’Brien, S Lavoir, D Longpré, M Boissonault, L Charest. Sensitivity and specificity of rapid HIV testing in a community setting. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2011; 87 (Suppl 1), A288-A288. Continue reading Sensitivity and specificity of rapid HIV testing in a community setting

A new approach to encourage HIV testing in high-risk populations at the Clinique l’Actuel

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R Thomas, N Machouf, B Trottier, S Vezina, R O’Brien, M Milne, S Lavoie, D Longpré, E Huchet, V-K Nguyen. A new approach to encourage HIV testing in high-risk populations at the Clinique l’Actuel. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2011; 87 (Suppl 1), A201-A201. Continue reading A new approach to encourage HIV testing in high-risk populations at the Clinique l’Actuel

ANTHROPOLOGY, INEQUALITY, AND DISEASE: A Review

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Anthropological approaches broaden and deepen our understanding of the finding that high levels of socioeconomic inequality correlate with worsened health outcomes across an entire society. Continue reading ANTHROPOLOGY, INEQUALITY, AND DISEASE: A Review

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