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Stigma Around HIV in Dental Care: Patients' Experiences.
Boston, MA, 2016 - "Tooth decay and other oral diseases can be highly prevalent among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Even though dental professionals are trained to provide equal and non-judgemental services to all, intentional or unintentional biases may exist with regard to PLWHA."
"Hepatitis" - Prevention and management in dental practice
In a dental office, infections can be expedited through several routes, including direct or indirect contact with blood, oral fluids, droplet splatter, aerosols, etc. The aim of the present review is to increase the awareness among dental practitioners, so as to reduce the burden of hepatitis in their community.
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Viruses Hijackers of Your Body's Cells, The Great Courses, 2015
Zoom in to see a particle 100 times smaller than bacteria: the virus, which can replicate inside living cells. Follow the life cycle of a virus as you see what viruses like HIV and Ebola do to host cells. Meet two germs that fall between bacteria and viruses--the spirochete and rickettsia.
Moldy Menaces and Fungal Diseases, The Great Courses, 2015
This film investigates diverse fungal infections that affect humans directly and indirectly, as well as the biology of fungi.
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