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With its easy-to-digest reviews on important advances in world literature, Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases offers expert evaluation on a wide range of topics from eleven key disciplines, including HIV infections and AIDS, skin and soft tissue infections, and respiratory infections. Published bimonthly, each issue covers in detail the most pertinent advances in these fields from the previous year.
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An individual subscription includes 6 print issues and full-text online access to all current and back issues. Visit the journal online at co-infectiousdiseases.com
Published 6 times per year (Bimonthly)
About The Editor(s)
Thomas F. Patterson
The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX, USA
Robert C. Read
The City Hospital, Nottingham, UK
February: HIV infection and AIDS; Sexually transmitted diseases and urinary tract infections
April: Skin and soft tissue infections; Respiratory infections
June: Paediatric and neonatal infections; Pathogenesis and immune response
August: Nosocomial and hospital-related infections; Infections of the immunocompromised host
October: Tropical and travel-associated diseases; Gastrointestinal infections
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