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      HIV epidemiology in Greece 

      Nikolopoulos, Georgios K.; Paraskeva, D.; Hatzakis, A. (2008)
      Greece has experienced early the effect of HIV/AIDS on morbidity and mortality. The era of highly active antiretroviral therapy has alleviated many of the consequences of the epidemic, however, HIV infection remains an ...
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      Impact of hepatitis B virus infection on the progression of AIDS and mortality in HIV-infected individuals: A cohort study and meta-analysis 

      Nikolopoulos, Georgios K.; Paraskeva, D.; Hatzitheodorou, E.; Moschidis, Zissis; Sypsa, V.; Zavitsanos, X.; Kalapothaki, Victoria; Hatzakis, A. (2009)
      Background. The effect of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection on the natural history of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease remains uncertain. Therefore, a retrospective cohort study was conducted to examine the ...
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      Impact of HIV type 1 DNA levels on spontaneous disease progression: A meta-analysis 

      Tsiara, Chrissa G.; Nikolopoulos, Georgios K.; Bagos, Pantelis G.; Goujard, Cecile; Katzenstein, Terese L.; Minga, Albert K.; Rouzioux, C.; Hatzakis, A. (2012)
      Several studies have reported the prognostic strength of HIV-1 DNA with variable results however. The aims of the current study were to estimate more accurately the ability of HIV-1 DNA to predict progression of HIV-1 ...
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      Surveillance data on paediatric HIV infection and AIDS in Greece. 

      Nikolopoulos, Georgios K.; Konte, Vasileia; Masgala, Aikaterini; Eleni, E.; Tsantes, Argirio E.; Paraskeva, D. (2004)
      In Greece, HIV/AIDS surveillance is conducted by the Hellenic Centre for Infectious Diseases Control. The AIDS case reporting system was implemented in 1984, followed by notification of HIV infections in 1998. This article ...
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      Transfusional transmitted viruses in pregnancy 

      Eleftheriou, Adonis; Kalakoutis, G.; Pavlidis, Nicholas (1998)
      Blood has long been recognized as a vehicle for transmission of infectious organisms and as molecular laboratory technology has advanced, a seemingly endless array of infectious agents has occasionally been documented to ...