Harold Rosenblatt

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This study explored the proposition that denial of addiction is often more a product of cognitive failure due to cerebral dysfunction than an emotion-driven rejection of the truth. Forty-four subjects were studied in an inpatient alcohol rehabilitation program. Denial was defined as the proportion of standardized denial-related treatment goals established(More)
The Women and Infants Transmission Study (WITS) has established virologic definitions of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected and uninfected children that have been widely used but never formally compared with serologic definitions of infection. Data from the offspring of HIV-infected women in the WITS with frequent HIV cultures during the first year(More)
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