Guo-Jin Cheng

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Intestinal parasite infections (IPIs) are among the most significant causes of illness and disease of socially and economically disadvantaged populations in developing countries, including rural areas of the People's Republic of China. With the spread of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) among rural Chinese populations, there is ample scope for(More)
OBJECTIVE To understand the co-infection status of HIV and intestinal parasites in a HIV/AIDS highly endemic area in China. METHODS A cross-sectional survey was carried out in two villages in Fuyang City, Anhui Province, and the infection status of HIV and intestinal parasites were investigated by blood and fecal examinations. RESULTS A total 769(More)
OBJECTIVE To understand the epidemiological characteristics of co-infection of HIV and Blastocystis hominis and its risk factors. METHODS A total of 309 people with HIV positive in the development zone of Fuyang City were recruited, and the face to face questionnaires were conducted to collect the information of behavioral characteristics and(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the efficacy of tribendimdine in the treatment of hookworm infection. METHODS Forty-seven cases of hookworm infection detected in a cross-sectional study were selected and randomly divided into two groups, one was experimental group (23 cases) treated with tribendimdine and the other was control group (24 cases) treated with(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the co-infection status of HIV and Cryptosporidium, and explore the influencing factors associated with the co-infection. METHODS A total of 309 people with HIV positive in Fuyang City of Anhui Province were recruited and their fecal and blood samples were collected for examinations of Cryptosporidium spp. infection and the levels(More)
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