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By J. Moatti

Significant alterations within the nature and dynamics of the AIDS epidemic over the past few years are mirrored in altering epidemiological developments in addition to within the growth made in biomedical study and remedy. AIDS in Europe brings jointly papers from best social technological know-how researchers to examine the possibilities and demanding situations those alterations carry and the various ways that they're being answered to in either western and japanese Europe. Papers are organised below 3 headings: *new demanding situations for HIV prevention *care of individuals residing with HIV/AIDS in a brand new healing context *AIDS public rules: from specialisation to normalisation AIDS in Europe presents a accomplished assessment of present social and behavioural examine on HIV and AIDS for all wellbeing and fitness pros.

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In this chapter, the association between psychological and behavioural factors and HIV infection will be discussed under three headings. First, by reviewing the evidence for an association between HIV disease progression and psychological and neuropsychiatric problems; second, by considering whether psychological status and other factors may affect immune function and disease progression; and finally, by examining whether behaviour may have an effect on disease progression. , 1995). Surveys have found high levels of anxiety, depression and other psychological symptoms in HIV symptomatic individuals compared with negative controls or people with HIV who are asymptomatic.

In the Greek socio-cultural environment, people HIV seropositivity and life in Greece 35 with HIV/AIDS confront specific challenges which they perceive, evaluate and face in different ways. Three strategies are especially prevalent: 1 2 3 what may be termed a ‘universal’ strategy similar to that employed when confronting any infectious condition and involving close ties with medical and other personnel; a ‘Greek’ strategy utilising the ties and support of family; and a ‘personal’ strategy reliant on personal psychological forces and living positively.

First, by reviewing the evidence for an association between HIV disease progression and psychological and neuropsychiatric problems; second, by considering whether psychological status and other factors may affect immune function and disease progression; and finally, by examining whether behaviour may have an effect on disease progression. , 1995). Surveys have found high levels of anxiety, depression and other psychological symptoms in HIV symptomatic individuals compared with negative controls or people with HIV who are asymptomatic.

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