and HIV/AIDS, Volume 21, Number 2.
Researchers, healthcare providers, educators, activists, and women living with HIV/AIDS come together to consider the vast range of concerns of women affected by the disease. Guest edited by a diverse group of women actively working in this area: Amy Andrews, June Larkin, Claudia Mitchell, Relebohile Moletsane, and Esther Tharao.
This issue identifies key issues that impact on women s vulnerability to HIV infection and, if they have already contracted the infection, affects their ability to access the necessary treatment, support, and care.
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For today's feature, Nancy Dubois has submitted an article on Obesity. She writes, "This OHPE Feature provides insights into understanding this condition that has enormous population, and therefore economic, impacts for Canada."
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