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Top Infectious Disease News of the Week—December 31, 2017
Stay up-to-date on the latest infectious disease news by checking out our top 5 articles of the week.
Did Infections Caused by World War I Contribute to Causing World War II?
How many of those who recovered from WWI-associated infections had residual neurological impairments that increased their risk for violence?
Exposure to Drugs & Violence in Adolescence May Increase Risk for HIV in Adulthood
A new study suggests that exposure to drugs and violence in adolescence may increase the risk of HIV infection in adulthood.
Comorbidities Among HIV Patients with Commercial Insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid
Due to living longer and other factors, comorbidities are common in HIV-infected patients on antiretroviral therapy (ART) no matter what type of insurance they have—although some conditions are more prevalent with certain payers.
<i>Contagion</i>®'s Top 10 Infectious Disease Articles of 2017
Check out the top 10 infectious disease articles of 2017.
Cancer Mutations Triggered When Immune System Fights HIV?
According to a new study, when combatting viruses such as HIV, several enzymes in the immune system may malfunction and cause cancer-related mutations.
Taking A Closer Look at Shingrix: The New Shingles Vaccine
The only way individuals can reduce their risk of getting shingles is to get vaccinated; luckily, a new vaccine has recently been approved by the FDA.
Can Marijuana Slow the Process of Neurodegeneration in HIV Patients?
A new study finds that THC found in marijuana could potentially slow the process of neurodegeneration in individuals with HIV.
We break down our top HIV news stories of 2017. Did you read them all?