Prim Care. 1997 Dec; 24(4): 905-19.
Complementary medicine and HIV infection.
George Washington Medical University, Washington, DC 20009, USA.
The social role of alternative medicine is critical in empowering the large proportion of HIV-positive patients who choose to use nontraditionally prescribed medicines. Working toward an open scientific dialogue with HIV-related complementary therapies is a worthy goal for all providers.