- HIV-infected persons
- HIV infections--Patients
- HIV patients
- HIV-sero-positive persons
- HIV-seropositive persons
- People living with HIV/AIDS
- Positive persons, HIV-
- Sero-positive persons, HIV-
- Seropositive persons, HIV-
- found: Hennepin (HIV positive persons x HIV patients)
- found: WaU database, June 6, 2006 (HIV seropositive individuals; HIV-1 seropositive and seronegative women; human immunodeficiency virus type-1 seropositive women; seropositive men; HIV seropositive gay men)
- found: Selwyn, P.A. Treatment for HIV-infected alcohol and other drug abusers, 1995.
- found: Hospital resource use by HIV-infected females, 1995.
- found: WorldCat, June 24, 2011 (search for "HIV-infected" in title retrieved more than 3,000 titles)
- found: Wikipedia, Nov. 8, 2011 (HIV-positive people. HIV-positive people are people who have the human immunodeficiency virus HIV, the agent of the currently incurable disease AIDS. Over the years of coping with the stigma and discrimination that accompany the diagnosis in most societies, a large number of support groups have been formed. In these groups, the term most often applied to people who are HIV positive is "People Living With HIV/AIDS". This is often abbreviated as "PLWHA", "PLWA", or even "PLA". Recently, "People Living Positively" has also been used.)
- found: Xu qiu yu hui ying : ai zi bing huan zhe de she hui zhi chi yan jiu = Need and response : social support for PLWHA, 2009.
- found: Zhang, C. Cha yi yu ping deng : ai zi bing huan zhe de she hui xing bie yan jiu = Difference and equality : a gender study of PLWHA, 2009.
- found: OCLC, Jan. 31, 2012 (in titles: HIV sero-positive adults; HIV sero-positive individuals; HIV sero-positive and HIV sero-negative women)
- 2005-06-07: new
- 2012-04-10: revised
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