Marieke Norton

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The Cape Snoek, or Thyrsites atun, is a species of fish that has a significant presence in the history of the Western Cape and the development of Cape Town. The snoek is a lively creature that is historically, culturally, economically, and ecologically active in the Western Cape. I argue that in the case of the Cape snoek, the fish and the Cape are(More)
  • M Norton
  • GMHC treatment issues : the Gay Men's Health…
  • 1999
Thirteen antiretrovirals are currently approved in the U.S., and possibly a dozen more will apply for approval within the next few years. At the same time, only about half of U.S. residents who are HIV-positive are on any kind of treatment. Choosing an effective initial therapy continues to be a major concern. Arguments strongly in favor of using a protease(More)
  • M Norton
  • GMHC treatment issues : the Gay Men's Health…
  • 1999
There is mounting evidence that AIDS patients on successful therapy may be able to stop taking prophylactic drugs for opportunistic infections (OIs). Draft revisions of the U.S. Public Health Service=s AGuidelines for the Prevention of Opportunistic Infections@ urges stopping primary PCP prophylaxis in people whose CD4 counts increase to above 200 cells/mm3(More)
  • M Norton
  • GMHC treatment issues : the Gay Men's Health…
  • 1998
Hepatitis C (HCV) was known as either non-A, non-B, or transfusion-associated hepatitis prior to 1989. Today, 4 million Americans are infected with the virus, and up to 10,000 Americans die each year from HCV complications. HCV is now the leading cause of liver cancer and the most common reason for liver transplants. The most common transmission route for(More)
BACKGROUND We examine why dementia prevention and risk reduction are relatively underfunded and suggest potential remediation strategies. The paper is aimed at researchers, funders and policy-makers, both within dementia and also the wider health prevention field. METHODS A discussion-led workshop, attended by 58 academics, clinicians, funders and(More)
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