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Difference of Opinion about HIV among Patients and Their Physicians

According to recent research report which was published by SAGE Publications it was found that HIV positive patients and their doctors did not have a similarity// in their opinion about the disease and the treatment modality. This report was published in the Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care (JIAPAC).The study uncovered differences of opinion between patients and physicians about the initiation of treatment, the various goals of treatment, and even about whether or not the patient understands the doctors' explanations. These and other gaps in perception were revealed in the JIAPAC peer-reviewed article, ‘State of HIV Treatment: Results of IAPAC Surveys of HIV-Positive Patients and HIV-Treating Physicians in the United States.’

The article explores the research findings about the attitudes of more than 500 HIV-positive patients and HIV-treating physicians regarding satisfaction with current treatment options, treatment side effects, patient-physician relationships, the importance of looking healthy, and other aspects related to HIV treatment. ‘While the surveys highlighted many similar views between physicians and patients on issues such as treatment goals and satisfaction with currently available antiretroviral drugs,’ said José M. Zuniga, IAPAC President/CEO and the author of the JIAPAC article, ‘it is clear that more candid dialogue is needed to ensure a satisfactory treatment experience for people living with HIV/AIDS.’
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