Carol R. Taylor

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BACKGROUND Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) which potently neutralize a broad range of HIV isolates are potential microbicide candidates. To date, topical application of mAbs in humans and their stability in vaginal secretions has not been studied. OBJECTIVES To assess the pharmacokinetics and safety of the mAbs 2F5, 4E10 and 2G12 when applied vaginally in(More)
Limb salvage is a common and often challenging aspect of lower extremity surgery. In some cases, the surgeon's efforts to preserve anatomy and function may conflict with patient expectations and lead to situations that require surgeons to take into consideration a variety of ethical issues. This can be particularly true in a case where an inaccurate(More)
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