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    • An Augmented SMS Intervention to Improve Access to Antenatal CD4 Testing and ART Initiation in HIV-Infected Pregnant Women: A Cluster Randomized Trial 

      Dryden-Peterson, Scott; Bennett, Kara; Hughes, Michael D.; Veres, Adrian; John, Oaitse; Pradhananga, Rosina; Boyer, Matthew; Brown, Carolyn; Sakyi, Bright; van Widenfelt, Erik; Keapoletswe, Koona; Mine, Madisa; Moyo, Sikhulile; Asmelash, Aida; Siedner, Mark; Mmalane, Mompati; Shapiro, Roger L.; Lockman, Shahin (Public Library of Science, 2015)
      Background: Less than one-third of HIV-infected pregnant women eligible for combination antiretroviral therapy (ART) globally initiate treatment prior to delivery, with lack of access to timely CD4 results being a principal ...
    • Cancer Incidence following Expansion of HIV Treatment in Botswana 

      Dryden-Peterson, Scott; Medhin, Heluf; Kebabonye-Pusoentsi, Malebogo; Seage, George R.; Suneja, Gita; Kayembe, Mukendi K. A.; Mmalane, Mompati; Rebbeck, Timothy; Rider, Jennifer R.; Essex, Myron; Lockman, Shahin (Public Library of Science, 2015)
      Background: The expansion of combination antiretroviral treatment (ART) in southern Africa has dramatically reduced mortality due to AIDS-related infections, but the impact of ART on cancer incidence in the region is ...
    • Cotrimoxazole Prophylaxis and Risk of Severe Anemia or Severe Neutropenia in HAART-Exposed, HIV-Uninfected Infants 

      Dryden-Peterson, Scott; Jayeoba, Oluwemimo; Hughes, Michael D.; Jibril, Haruna; McIntosh, Kenneth; Modise, Taolo A.; Asmelash, Aida; Powis, Kathleen M.; Essex, Max; Shapiro, Roger L.; Lockman, Shahin (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Background: Prophylactic cotrimoxazole is recommended for infants born to HIV-infected mothers. However, cotrimoxazole may increase the risk of severe anemia or neutropenia. Methods: We compared the proportion of HIV-exposed ...
    • Predictors of Timely Access of Oncology Services and Advanced-Stage Cancer in an HIV-Endemic Setting 

      Brown, Carolyn A.; Suneja, Gita; Tapela, Neo; Mapes, Abigail; Pusoentsi, Malebogo; Mmalane, Mompati; Hodgeman, Ryan; Boyer, Matthew; Musimar, Zola; Ramogola-Masire, Doreen; Grover, Surbhi; Nsingo-Bvochora, Memory; Kayembe, Mukendi; Efstathiou, Jason; Lockman, Shahin; Dryden-Peterson, Scott (AlphaMed Press, 2016)
      Background. Three-quarters of cancer deaths occur in resource-limited countries, and delayed presentation contributes to poor outcome. In Botswana, where more than half of cancers arise in HIV-infected individuals, we ...