Clinical Correlations.

This ten year old awards program instituted by Strategic HEALTHCARE Communications, an ongoing business development and advertising firm for HEALTHCARE Executives, attracts over 1100 entrants and may be the largest web-oriented awards plan focused exclusively on health care. ‘Clinical Correlations’ gained the award in the Best Health/ Healthcare Content material -Physician/Clinician Focused Site category just as it is normally celebrating its third anniversary of publication. Released in 2007, faculty and residents in the Section of Medicine at NYU College of Medicine founded an online blog page entitled ‘Clinical Correlations’ The blog, one of the first of its kind, has been used as a succinct way to greatly help busy physicians response difficult clinical queries and keep up to date with the quick speed of changes in current medical practice.Ellington, M.S.P.H., Zebrone Kacheche, B.Sc., Alice Soko, R.N., Jeffrey B. Wiener, Ph.D., Susan A. Fiscus, Ph.D., Peter Kazembe, M.B., Ch.B., Innocent A. Mofolo, M.Sc., Maggie Chigwenembe, R.N., Dorothy S. Sichali, B.Sc., and Charles M. Van der Horst, M.D. For the BAN Study Group: Maternal or Infant Antiretroviral Drugs to lessen HIV-1 Transmission 200 Approximately,000 infants worldwide become infected annually with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 through breast-feeding.1,2 Without treatment, half of these infants will die before their second birthday.3 Although formula feeding decreases the risk of postnatal HIV transmission, it is associated with an elevated rate of early death.