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    Previous Issues Volume 2, Issue 1 - 2017

    Editorial notePDF  

    Editor Note

     Paulo Pereira

    1Department of Quality Management, Portuguese Institute of Blood and Transplantation.

    Corresponding Author: Paulo Pereira, Department of Quality Management, Portuguese Institute of Blood and Transplantation, Av. Miguel Bombarda 6 1000 - 2008 Lisbon, Portugal, Tel: +351 210063047; E-Mail: paulo.pereira@ipst.min-saude.pt

    Received Date: 29 Dec 2016  
    Accepted Date: 02 Dec 2017   
    Published Date: 04 Dec 2017

    Copyright © 2017 Pereira P

    Citation: Pereira P. (2016). Editor Note. Mathews J HIV AIDS. 2(1): 012.

    EDITOR NOTE

    Let introduce the Editorial Board which is composed of a group of researchers with substantial work in the area of HIV/ AIDS: Paulo Pereira, Editor-in-Chief (Department of Quality Management, Portuguese Institute of Blood and Transplantation), Maria Susana Maritato (Division of Infectious Diseases, Woodhull Medical Center), Xiaodong Ma (College of Pharmacy, Dalian Medical University), Sahra Emamzadehfard (Department of Radiology, University of Pennsylvania), Gary S. Laco (Laboratory of Computational and Molecular Biochemistry, Roskamp Institute), Silvia Nozza (Department of Infectious Diseases, IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital), Mabayoje Victor Olatunji (Department of Haematology, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology), Biju Bhargavan (Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Neuroscience, University of Nebraska), Dan Omollo (Research and Health Programs, Ekialo Kiona Center), Eleonora C. V. Costa (Department of Psychology , Catholic University of Portugal), and Chung-Yi Chen (School of Medical and Health Sciences, Fooyin University). In this debut number, we have a significant compilation of an Editorial Article, two Research Articles, four Review Articles, and two Cases Reports. Our submitted papers in this issue, represent the countries of Argentina, Congo, India, Iran, Nigeria, Portugal, and the USA. A paper by Narayanan discusses the adoption of multi-class fixed-dose combination once-daily single tablet HIV regimen in Europe, while Saxena et al. investigate the incidence of adenoid hypertrophy in HIV-infected individuals at a tertiary care hospital. A paper by Mabayoje VO reviews the present status of HIV’s unsolicited flirtation with the African woman, and Costa et al. explore the impact of age on safe-sex knowledge, cognitive variables and safe sex practices in HIV at-risk Portuguese women. Lung cancer in HIV-seropositive patients is the topic of a paper by Corti, while a paper by Kamangu discusses HIV type 1 and type 2 co-infection rate in Kinshasa patients. Arasaratnam et al. report a case of adrenal suppression and Cushing’s syndrome secondary to ritonavir and inhaled budesonide, and a paper by Corti et al. reports an adrenal leiomyoma case presented as an incidentaloma in a patient with AIDS. Lastly, Emamzadehfard summarizes on an Editorial note the Healthcare Policies related to the management of Iranian HIV positive patients.


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