R.E. McFarlane

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AIMS Arterial endothelial dysfunction is a key early event in atherogenesis, and occurs in asymptomatic adults with Type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM). As angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors have been reported to reverse microvascular endothelial dysfunction acutely, we assessed the longer term effect of ACE inhibition on large vessel endothelial(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to examine the sociodemographic data of diabetic patients referred to our clinic and to correlate these with characteristics of their individual general practitioners. How these factors affect the interaction between patients, general practitioners and a hospital diabetic clinic was evaluated. DESIGN Prospective(More)
  • R McFarlane
  • 1995
Daytime television's national Day of Compassion programming, a Hollywood Supports-sponsored event where entire shows and storylines were devoted to HIV/AIDS topics, is highlighted. Programming successes are examined, including cable TV's contribution to the event and the general public's approval. Richard Jennings of Hollywood Supports, the entertainment(More)
OBJECTIVE Human T-lymphotropic virus type I (HTLV-I) is known to be endemic among Northern Territory (NT) Aborigines, therefore evidence was sought of HTLV-I infection in NT blood donors. DESIGN Samples were screened for HTLV-I antibodies using the Serodia HTLV-I particle-agglutination assay. Repeatedly reactive sera were tested by western blot. Viro-(More)
The 2014 abstracts are organized by both content and pedagogy to help participants navigate more easily through the poster session. The content themes are based upon the ASM Recommended Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Microbiology Education (www.asm.org/educators). The guidelines identify six overarching concepts, which provide a framework for 22(More)
  • R McFarlane
  • 1995
The development of AIDS activism is traced and is accompanied by criticism of the lack of aggressive leadership and initiative from the public health establishment. The early 1980s marked the first attempt at aggressive AIDS activism, eventually leading to the creation of the New York-based ACT UP. ACT UP's efforts spawned public recognition, health policy(More)
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