Jonathan Kerr (Parvovirus B-19 Session)

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"Stress and parvovirus B-19 associated arthritis and chronic fatigue"
International Symposium on Viruses in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Post-Viral Fatigue
A satellite meeting of the 6th International Conference on HHV-6 & 7 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Day 4 - June 23, 2008 - Parvovirus B-19 in CFS and Myocarditis Session

Jonathan Kerr (Microarray Studies Session)

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"Gene expression subtypes of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)"
International Symposium on Viruses in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Post-Viral Fatigue
A satellite meeting of the 6th International Conference on HHV-6 & 7 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Day 4 - June 23, 2008 - Microarray Studies Session

Louis Flamand (Diagnostic Assays Session)

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"Multicenter comparison of PCR assays for the detection of human herpesvirus-6 DNA in serum"
6th International Conference on HHV-6 & 7 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Day 1 - June 20, 2008 - Diagnostic Assays Session

Jens Milbradt (Treatment Session)

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"Sensitivity of HHV-6 and other human herpesviruses towards the pluripotent drug Artesunate"
6th International Conference on HHV-6 & 7 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Day 2 - June 21, 2008 - Treatment Session

Effect of a Brief Video Intervention on Incident Infection among Patients Attending Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics

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In a paper published in June in PLoS Medicine, a controlled trial at three urban STD clinics, Lee Warner and colleagues found that showing an educational video in waiting rooms reduced new infections by approximately 10%. The educational video relating to this paper is provided here. Warner L, Klausner JD, Rietmeijer CA, Malotte CK, O'Donnell L, et al. (2008) Effect of a Brief Video Intervention on Incident Infection among Patients Attending Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics . PLoS...

Adapting the DOTS Framework for Tuberculosis Control to the Management of Non-Communicable Diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa

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submitted by: Willy
Note: Once this publication is available in PubMed Central the XML version will become available to connect figures and data. For now, for the full text and figures, please refer to the paper available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.0050124 Abstract: In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), communicable diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria, are still responsible for the greatest burden of morbidity and mortality [1]. However, non-communicable diseases...
Authors: Anthony d. Harries, Andreas Jahn, Rony Zachariah, Donald Enarson