Program [International Conference on AIDS (10th: 1994: Yokohama, Japan)]

Page  [unnumbered] Tenth International Conference on AIDS International Conference on STD The Global Challenge of AIDS: Together for the Future PROGRAM Yokohama, Japan 7-12 August 1994 0_ 0

Page  [unnumbered] This project has been executed with the grant of the Commemorative Association for the Japan World Exposition (1 970).

Page  [unnumbered] TENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AIDS International Conference on STD PROGRAM Yokohama, Japan 7-12 August 1994

Page  [unnumbered] Conference Theme The Global Challenge of AIDS: Together for the Future Mission and Goals To promote a global approach to the HIV/AIDS pandemic To advance multidisciplinary and cross-cultural communication and collaboration on the biomedical, public health, epidemiological, behavioral, social, ethical, legal, educational, and economic aspects of HIV infection and AIDS 0 To promote and present HIV/AIDS-related research of the highest scientific quality and integrity in all relevant disciplines. To encourage communication and cooperation among those concerned with AIDS, in both developing and industrialized countries, by establishing a common international basis for dealing with problems related to AIDS. To promote effective interventions and to expand the availability of and access to health care. To emphasize the critical role of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the HIV pandemic and the need for effective strategies for prevention and control of HIV and STD transmission To provide for communication and collaboration on the care and support of HIVinfected individuals, and those who live with and care for them To promote respect for the human rights and dignity of HIV-infected individuals and those living with AIDS To create an environment conducive to informing the media and the public regarding HIV infection and AIDS

Page  1 CO0NTENTS Welcoming Message ---------------------------------------------------2 Organization -------------------------------------------------------------3 Committees ----------- ----------------------------- 4 Conference Information ------------------------------------------------8 Conference Registration ----------------------------------------------9 Program Information --------------------------------------------------10 Other Conference Programs -----------------------------------------13 Welcoming Events -----------------------------------------------------15 Daily Programs -------------------------------------------------------16 Poster Sessions Part 1 ------------------------------------------------99 Poster Sessions Part 2 ----------------------------------------------171 Index of Speakers and Moderators ---------------------------------237 Index of Authors -----------------------------------------------------239 Satellite Meetings ---------------------------------------------299 Travel Information ---------------------------------------------------306 Maps ------------------------------------------------------------------310 Week-At-A-Glance Schedule -----------------------------------------314

Page  2 Welcoming Message On behalf of the Organizing Committee for the Tenth International Conference on AIDS/International Conference on STD, I extend a warm welcome to all who are demonstrating their commitment to this compelling global cause by participating in Asia's first International Conference on AIDS. The Organizing Committee has worked hard to ensure that the conference is significant and meaningful for all participants. I extend my sincerest appreciation to the individuals and organizations from around the world - and especially to the sponsors IAS, WHO, GNP+, and ICASO, the STD Research Organizations, and the various other supporting organizations - for contributing valuable suggestions and insights during the development of the conference. I also would like to thank the Prof. Yuichi Shlokawa City of Yokohama and the Kanagawa Prefectural Government for their Chair, Organizing Commilttee hospitality and assistance. As HIV infection spreads worldwide despite the efforts of many concerned individuals, AIDS is presenting humanity with an extraordinary challenge. The tasks that lie ahead include the advancement of basic and clinical science relating to AIDS/HIV, substantial improvement in the care and support of AIDS patients and HIV-infected persons, and increased efforts toward prevention and education. I am confident that the Yokohama Conference will facilitate exchanges of the latest information and spark lively discussions of multidisciplinary and cross-cultural issues. Moreover, considering the growing seriousness of the AIDS pandemic in Asia, the greater number of participants from Asian countries and the increase in topics of relevance to Asia will add to the importance of this landmark tenth conference. Although AIDS is a global disease calling for global action, our progress can also be measured as the sum of our efforts at the individual and community levels. Increased awareness, recognition of personal responsibility, tolerance, and compassion will help us win countless small but important victories in the greater struggle against AIDS. I strongly believe that, to meet the challenge of AIDS, we must share knowledge and experience of vital importance through frank and productive discussions. The consolidation of effort is our most effective strategy, and the Yokohama Conference is clearly the key to achieving it. I therefore deeply appreciate the participation of so many dedicated persons whose cooperation will surely bring our common dream one step closer to reality. I wish us all the greatest success in realizing the promise of the Yokohama Conference. 2

Page  3 Organization Organizer Organizing Committee for the Tenth International Conference on AIDS/ International Conference on STD Sponsors International AIDS Society World Health Organization Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention Cosponsors Cooperating STD Research Organizations Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS International Council of AIDS Service Organizations Supporting Organizations Japanese Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases International Society for STD Research International Union Against the Venereal Diseases and the Treponematoses Ministry of Health and Welfare, Office of the Prime Minister, Management and Coordination Agency, National Police Agency, Science and Technology Agency, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education, Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Home Affairs, Fire-Defense Agency, Science Council of Japan, Japanese Association of Medical Science, Japan Medical Association, Japan Dental Association, Japanese Association for Dental Science, Japan Pharmaceutical Association, Japan Nursing Association, Japanese Midwives Association, Saitama Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Kanagawa Prefecture, City of Chiba, City of Yokohama, City of Kawasaki, Keidanren, Japan Chambers of Commerce, National Federation of Health Insurance Societies, Life Insurance Association of Japan, All Japan Federation of National Health Insurance Organizations 3

Page  4 Committees International Steering Committee T.M.P. Bagasao, Philippines A. Benslimane, Morocco T.J. Coates, USA D.A. Cooper, Australia J.W. Curran, USA J. Dwyer, Australia A.S. Fauci, USA L. Fransen, EC D. de Gagnd, Canada E. Guerrero, Dominican Republic K-O. Habermehl, Germany C. Ikegami, Japan N. Kaleeba, Uganda L.O. Kallings, Sweden T. Kitamura, Japan Y.H. Kouri, USA Y. Kumamoto, Japan J.M. Mann, USA M.H. Merson, WHO L. Montagnier, France Y-F. Ngeow, Malaysia E.N. Ngugi, Kenya J. Paavonen, Finland G. Petersen, WHO P. Phanuphak, Thailand R. Philpot, Australia P. Piot, WHO L.G.M. Rodrigues, Brazil A. Ronald, Canada Y. Shiokawa, Japan J. Slootbeed, Netherlands S. Yamagata, Japan Organizing Committee Y. Shiokawa, Chair S. Matsumoto K. Nagasu K. Takagi Y. Hinuma W. Mori S. Nakahara H. Takahide G. Hiraiwa T. Murase A. Oya S. Tani K. Inaba T. Nagano T. Ozawa K. Toyoshima T. Kitamura Steering Committee Y. Shiokawa, Chair J. Kawamoto M. Nishimura B. Takeda Y. Kumamoto, Vice Chair K. Kiikuni K. Nishioka K. Toyoshima M. Fujimaki T. Kitamura Y. Saito K. Yamada K. Higuchi T. Kurimura N. Sakamoto S. Yamagata Y. Hinuma M. Minamitani K. Shimada S. Yamazaki H. Hirose T. Miyamoto S. Shiraogawa M. Yauchi C. Ikegami M. Naruse K. Soda Y. Yoshimoto K. Kamiya Advisors M. Hatanaka N. Ishida S. Sakamoto F. Takaku K. Hirosawa T. Ishimaru I. Shigematsu K. Takatsuki A. Igata H. Nakamura T. Shimao T. Tokunaga Y. Ikawa T. Oda S. Someya S. Yamamoto Community Liaison Committee C. Ikegami, Japan, Chair T. Oishi, PWA J. Koijane, USA M. Negishi, Vice Chair Subcommittee J.J. Singh, GNP+ M. Noda, Vice Chair T.M.P. Bagasao, ICASO 4

Page  5 Developing Countries Committee K. Kiikuni, Chair H. Gayle, USA H. Moerkerk, Netherlands L. Fransen, EC F.S. Mhalu, Tanzania F. Zacarias, USA Program Committee T. Kitamura, Japan, Chair TRACK A: Basic Science T. Kurimura, Japan, Chair F. Wong-Staal, USA, (Co-Chair) J. Esparza, WHO S. Harada, Japan M. Hayami, Japan M. Honda, Japan H. Hoshino, Japan K. Ikuta, Japan T. Kurata, Japan A. Matsumoto, Japan S. Mori, Japan T. Okamoto, Japan K. Sugamura, Japan J. Thomas, USA S. Ueda, Japan M.A. Wainberg, Canada N. Yamamoto, Japan S. Yamazaki, Japan TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care K. Shimada, Japan, Chair D.D. Ho, USA, (Co-Chair) D.A. Cooper, Australia T. Hattori, Japan M. Ikeda, Japan A. Ito, Japan M. Ito, Japan S. Kimura, Japan J. Kumazawa, Japan J. Lange, WHO S. Matsuda, Japan K. Matsumoto, Japan S. Matsushita, Japan T. Merati, Indonesia T. Miyazaki, Japan S. Oka, Japan M.S. Saag, USA H. Sagara, Japan A. Saito, Japan H. Saito, Japan K. Yamada, Japan N. Yoshihara, Japan TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention K. Soda, Japan, Chair J.B. Brunet, France, (Co-Chair) W.A. Blattner, USA S. Isomura, Japan T. Kawana, Japan M. Kihara, Japan H. Maruyama, Japan T. Mori, Japan S. Morio, Japan M. Niimura, Japan B. Nkowane, WHO K. Osato, Japan R. Parker, Brazil Y. Sakurai, Japan M. Shimizu, Japan K. Tajima, Japan Y. Takebe, Japan T. Tango, Japan S. Tatsunami, Japan T. Umenai, Japan H. Yoshizawa, Japan TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response and Education H. Hirose, Japan, Chair W. Sittitrai, Thailand, (Co-Chair) P. Aggleton, WHO N. Asano, Japan M. Gotoh, Japan K. Higuchi, Japan H. Himmich, Morocco E. Ikeda, Japan A. Ishii, Japan M. Kamakura, Japan M. Matsuda, Japan H. Matsuoka, Japan Y. Matsuyama, Japan A. Morita, Japan T. Munakata, Japan M. Negishi, Japan S. Okamoto, Japan C. Sato, Japan I. Suzuki, Japan B. Takeda, Japan K. Thomson, UK S. Tsuchida, Japan 5

Page  6 International Program Committee TRACK A: Basic Science D.V. Ablashi, USA G.L. Ada, Australia A. Adachi, Japan A. Aldovini, USA S. K. Arya, USA B. Asjb, Norway E. Belsey, WHO N. Bhamarapravati, Thailand G. Biberfeld, Sweden D.P. Bolognesi, USA J. Brady, USA A. Burny, Belgium I. Chen, USA Y. Cheng, USA C. Cheng-Mayer, USA J-C. Chermann, France L. Chieco-Bianchi, Italy J.M. Coffin, USA B.R. Cullen, USA E.M. Dax, Australia M. Essex, USA P.N. Fultz, USA R.C. Gallo, USA B. Galvio-Castro, Brazil H. Gelderblom, Germany F. Genoveffa, USA G-M. Gershy-Damet, Congo G. Giraldo, Italy M.P. Girard, France J-C. Gluckman, France S. Goto, Japan J. Goudsmit, Netherlands W.C. Greene, USA W.A. Haseltine, USA L.A. Herzenberg, USA D.L. Heyman, WHO P.J. Hitchcock, USA Y. Iwakura, Japan H. Kaneshima. USA P. Kanki, USA R. Kawana, Japan H. Kido, Japan S. Kim, Korea Y. Koga, Japan Y. Koyanagi, Japan R. Kurth, Germany J. Leibowitch, France J.A. Levy, USA M.A. Martin, USA F.S. Mhalu, Tanzania H. Mitsuya, USA K. Nagashima, Japan P.L. Nara, USA S. Nii, Japan S. Osmanov, WHO G.N. Pavlakis, USA R. Penny, Australia B.M. Peterlin, USA A.M. Prince, USA A. Ranki, Finland L. Ratner, USA C.A. Rosen, USA L.J. Rosenthal, USA H. Riibsamen-Waigmann Germany J. Schupbach, Switzerland M. Sinniah, Malaysia J.G. Sodroski, USA P. Sonigo, France H. Takahashi, Japan T. Takemori, Japan S.P. Tripathy, India B. Wahren, Sweden S. Wain-Hobson, France C. Wasi, Thailand M. Weinhold, Germany H. Wigzell, Sweden H. Yoshikura, Japan S. Zolla-Pazner, USA TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care D.I. Abrams, USA M.W. Adler, UK O. Akerele, Zimbabwe S.F. Anderson, WHO F. Antunes, Portugal H. Ardila, Columbia S. Blanche, France F. Brun-Vezinet, France J.L. Champalimaud, Portugal C. Chela, Zambia A. Chitwarakorn, Thailand N. Clumeck, Belgium G. A. Dallabetta, USA J. Darbyshire, UK E. De Clercq, Belgium K.M. De Cock, UK J. Dormont, France P. D'Souza, USA M.A. Fischl, USA S.D. Foster, UK G. Friedland, USA H. Friensen, Uganda K. Fukutake, Japan J. Goedert, USA H. Goto, Japan J.S. Greenspan, USA C. Griscelli, France J.E. Groopman, USA H. Grosskurth, Tanzania M. Hirsch, USA B. Hirschel, Switzerland M. Honda, Japan N. Ikegami, Japan M. Imamura, Japan S. Kalibala, WHO S. Kamidono, Japan B. Kapita, Zaire S. Kashiwagi, Japan E.T. Katabira, Uganda C. Katlama, France P. Koeffler, USA P.K. Kohl, Germany H.C. Lane, USA A.S. Latif, WHO W.C. Levine, USA T. Matsuda, Japan S. Mboup, Senegal J. Mills, Australia R. Mugerwa, Uganda J.O. Ndinya-Achola, Kenya M. Noguchi, Japan P.S.J. Nsubuga, Uganda P. Nunn, WHO Y. Ohi, Japan K. Oishi, Japan D.M. Owili, Kenya J. Oxford, UK J.W. Pape, Haiti G. Pialoux, France A.J. Pinching, UK P. Reiss, Netherlands D.D. Richman, USA A.R. Ronald, Canada W. Rozenbaum, France G.M. Ruiz-Palacios, Mexico K. Sakurada, Japan E. Sandstrom, Sweden J. Schachter, USA J. Shao, Tanzania S. Shigeta, Japan A. Shirahata, Japan T. Sirisanthana, Thailand F. v. Sonnenburg, Germany J. Takamatsu, Japan H. Tamashiro, WHO J. Torres Bauza F.T. Valentine, USA P.A. Volberding, USA R. Wabitsch, WHO J. Weber, UK J. Wirima, Malawi R. Yarchoan, USA

Page  7 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention M. Bianco, Argentina A.R. Brathwaite, Jamaica R. Chan, Singapore J. Chin, USA C-Y. Chuang, Taiwan R.A. Coutinho, Netherlands J.W. Curran, USA R. Detels, USA A.R. Diwan, USA F. Elkamel, WHO J.C. Emmanuel, WHO N. Ferencic, WHO J.P. Figueroa, Jamaica P. Friel, WHO K. Fukutomi, Japan S. Furuta, Japan M.T.A. Gaafar, Egypt H. Gayle, USA J.J. Goedert, USA E. Guerrero, Dominican Republic S. Gunawan, Indonesia K. Holmes, USA N. Horita, Japan A.M. Johnson, UK J. Kaldor, Australia L. Kaptue, Cameroon Y. Kataniwa, Japan H. Kiyokawa, Japan H. Kojima, Japan P. Kunasol, Thailand M. Laga, Belgium S. Leong, Hong Kong D. Mabey, UK T. Mertens, WHO M. Mizokami, Japan O.T. Monzon, Philippines N. Nzila, Congo T. Ogino, Japan K.R. O'Reilly, WHO K.M. Pavri, India Z.A.B. Pawanchee, Malaysia C.S. Peckham, UK G. Petersen, WHO A. Phillips, UK F.A. Plummer, Canada V.I. Pokrovsky, Russia S. Popova, Bulgaria T.C. Quinn, USA M.C. Ramos, Brazil S. Rerk-Ngarm, Thailand M.F. Rogers, USA W. Rojanapithayakorn, Thailand M.T. Schechter, Canada N.K. Shah, WHO Y. Shin, Korea G. Slutkin, WHO A. Stary, Austria M. Sugase, Japan G. de The, France K. Thomson, UK M. Toba, Japan S. Tokudome, Japan A. Toukan, Jordan J.L. Valdespino, Mexico J. Wasserheit, USA B.G. Weniger, USA Z. Yi, China D. Zewdie, Kenya TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response and Education E. Roscam Abbing, Netherlands M. Baldo, WHO R. Bayer, USA E. Bedecarrax, USA S. Berkley, USA R-P. Bernard, Switzerland C. Bianco, USA D. Blake, WHO M. Bronfman, Mexico T. J. Coates, USA D. Defert, France M. Diamond, USA S. Dobinson, Australia L. S. Doll, USA S. Ekeid, WHO A. Filgueiras, Brazil L. Fransen, Belgium L.O. Gostin, USA M. Das Gupta, India C.A. Healy, New Zealand G.M. Herek, USA J.J. Hernandez, Mexico D. Higgins, USA M. Horton, WHO J. Hunter, USA A.N. Husdal, Norway N. Kaleeba, Uganda Y. Kanenaga, Japan K. Kanitha, Thailand T. Klauda, UK N. Koinuma, Japan F. Kroger, USA P. Lam, Hong Kong P. Lamptey, USA P. Mane, India K.L. Manlan, Ivory Coast M. Mhloyi, Zimbabwe T. Minami, Japan H. Moerkerk, Netherlands J-O. Morfeldt, Sweden R.G. Morgan Thomas, UK I. Ndoye, Senegal E.N. Ngugi, Kenya G. Ohi, Japan J.E. Osborn, USA A. Pettigirard, Switzerland E. van Praag, WHO L.G.M. Rodriguez, Brazil D. Shopper, WHO M.F. Silverman, USA B. Somaini, Switzerland A. Spira, France B.J. Stiles, USA P. Sumbung, Indonesia E.H. Sy, Senegal S. Takuma, Japan M. Tarui, Japan P. Uitendosch, USA D. Wilson, Zimbabwe T. Yamada, Japan iin i i i inn nni

Page  8 Conference Information Conference Dates Conference Venue 7- 12 August 1994 Conference News Bulletin Pacific Convention Plaza Yokohama (Pacifico Yokohama) Address: Minato Mirai 1-1-1, Nishi-ku Yokohama 220, Japan Phone: +81-(45)-221-2155 Business hours: 09:00-18:00 daily (GMT/UTC +9 hours) *The conference venue is a 12-minute walk from Sakuragicho Station, which is served by three train lines as well as bus connections. A daily conference newspaper, provided free of charge to participants every morning, will report on and review highlights of the conference sessions and keep participants up to date on program changes and events of interest. The Tenth International Conference on AIDS/International Conference on STD has been approved by the American Medical Association for up to 23 hours of category 1 credit toward the AMA Physician's Recognition Award. CME Credits First Aid A first aid station will be located on the basement floor of the conference center. This emergency care facility is available to all conference participants. In addition, there will be an assistance center for people living with HIV/AIDS with a medical staff specially trained to aid HIV-infected persons. In the event of an emergency, please inform a staff member. On-site Services for Persons with HIV/AIDS No-smoking Policy Shuttle Bus Service A comfort lounge and access to emergency medical care will be available on-site. For details, please inquire at the community liaison office. A strict no-smoking policy will be in effect throughout the conference venue. Those who wish to smoke may do so only in the smoking areas indicated. From Sunday 7 August through Thursday 11 August, free shuttle bus service is available between JR Sakuragicho Station, east exit of JR Yokohama Station, and the Pacifico Yokohama, the conference venue. Also we provide bus service between major hotels in Yokohama and the conference center every morning and evening. Please refer to the Shuttle Bus Time Table leaflet found in your delegate bags. 8

Page  9 Conference Registration Registration Fees Registration Desk Full Registration Y80,000 Student Registration ~35,000 Full registration applies to all who wish to attend the Tenth International Conference on AIDS/International Conference on STD except students, representatives of the news media, and exhibitors. Full registrants are entitled to admission to all sessions and exhibits, a final program, one set of abstract volumes, and other relevant materials. Student registration is available to any registrant submitting an official Registration Form accompanied by proof of current student enrollment. Student registration confers the same benefits as full registration. Please note that residents (house officers) and post-doctoral candidates are not eligible for student registration. The registration desk will be located on the first floor lobby of the Exhibition Hall in Pacifico Yokohama. Opening Hours: Saturday 6 August 10:00-19:00 Sunday 7 August 08:00-20:00 Monday 8 August 08:00-18:00 Tuesday 9 August 08:00-18:00 Wednesday 10 August 08:00-18:00 Thursday 11 August 08:00-17:00 No refunds will be made for cancellations received after 15 June 1994. No telephone or telefax cancellations can be accepted. Please note that all refunds will be made after the conference. Representatives of the news media must submit an official conference registration form. There is no registration fee for accredited media representatives. The press registration desk will be located on the first floor lobby of the Exhibition Hall in Pacifico Yokohama. Registration Fee Refund Policy Press Registration I III III I IIIII I I I Yr1Y Yl I 11 IY I 1 1 II I I 11 1 IIWI III III It ICI III IIp I I 1111 IrYY W YY W t 9

Page  10 Program Information Conference Schedule Programs of the Tenth International Conference on AIDS/International Conference on STD will be held from Sunday 7 August through Friday 12 August. On Saturday 6 August, registration opens and the Community Forum and satellite meetings begin. Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 6 August 7 August 8 August 9 August 10 August 11 August 12 August 09:00 12:00 15:00 18:00 20:00 Registration Registration Community Satellite Forum Meetings Satellite Opening Meetings Ceremony Welcome Reception -lnr Ssin Orl1bsrctSes-n -oun-ta-lCeremonyn Orl btr Ssi ons Closing OrlAb- - - esin ermn Satellite Meetings f Session Formats Below are descriptions of the various session formats that will be used at the conference. Plenary Sessions Experts of international stature in a variety of HIV/AIDS disciplines will present their most recent and comprehensive work in these plenary sessions, attempting to shed new light on key issues. The sessions will cover a wide range of subjects, and are designed to bring updated information to the widest possible audience. The format for the plenaries will consist of a brief introduction, followed by the speaker's presentation. Two simultaneous sessions will be held every day, one session comprising three or four 30-minute speeches. " Simultaneous interpretation between English, French and Spanish is provided by the courtesy of Bristol-Myers Squibb. Round-table Sessions In the round-table sessions, speakers will present their individual views on controversial or problematic topics in HIV/AIDS, followed by a moderated discussion among the speakers and audience. These programs are intended for a lively exchange of diverse information and opinions, other than those presented in abstract sessions or poster sessions. Each session will consist of two moderators and three speakers. 10

Page  11 Abstract Sessions Abstracts selected by the Program Committee on the basis of particular merit and interest for oral presentation will be presented at these abstract sessions. Authors will share their ideas and experiences in working toward the results of their work, and respond to questions from the audience. Each presentation will be 10 minutes in length, followed by a five-minute discussion period. Concurrently, nine sessions will be held each day. Poster Sessions Poster presentations will be held in the Exhibition Hall. Approximately 1,400 posters will be on display during each two-day period on 8 & 9 August and 10 & 11 August, totaling approximately 2,700 posters. The availability of the presenters to discuss their work and answer questions will be indicated on the poster board. Tenth Anniversary Special Sessions Special symposiums commemorating the tenth anniversary of the International Conference on AIDS is scheduled for the first three days of the conference. The symposiums, featuring presentations by worldrenowned HIV/AIDS experts, will review the progress made during the last decade and will attempt to chart a course for the future. Other Sessions The following sessions are planned on 8-10 August: * Evening Special Sessions These sessions will cover a different topic on each of the three evenings: Persons with HIV/AIDS, Women's Issues, and Education. Moderators will chair each discussion, and participants will be invited to present their views. * Special Recent Report Sessions and Recent Report Sessions Important research findings reported after the abstract submission deadline will be presented at these sessions. The official language of the conference is English. The Organizing Committee will provide simultaneous interpretation in French, Spanish, and Japanese. This includes the opening and closing ceremonies, plenary sessions, and tenth anniversary special sessions. Abstract sessions will be translated into Japanese only. At the receiver desk earphones will be handed out in exchange of a receiver ticket. Please return them before you leave the conference center. These earphones are specially made for simultaneous interpretation and are of absolutely no use for any other purpose. Please be sure to return Official Language and Simultaneous Interpretation 11

Page  12 I 11 General Instructions to Speakers and Poster Presenters Abstract Session Speakers We kindly ask speakers to observe the following procedures: 1. Report to the speakers desk at least 24 hours before the scheduled time of your presentation and drop off your materials such as oral text, copies of slides, etc. in order to facilitate simultaneous translation. 2. Report to a slide reception desk set up at the entrance of each room. Please set your slides in a slide tray and test screening before submitting it to the receptionist at the desk. 3. Prepare 24 X 36 mm slides, horizontally mounted in 50 x 50 mm plastic frames. We cannot accept paper mount slides. 4. Meet with the session chairpersons in the session room before the session begins. 5. During the presentation, please conform to the time limit of a 10 -minute speech followed by a 5-minute discussion. 6. Pick up your slides at the slide reception desk after conclusion of your session. Poster Presenters Authors are responsible for setting up and removing their posters themselves according to the following schedule: Part I: Monday-Tuesday Session Mounting: Monday 8 August Removal: Tuesday 9 August 08:00-10:00 17:00-19:00 Part II: Wednesday-Thursday Session Mounting: Wednesday 10 August 08:00-10:00 Removal: Thursday 11 August 17:00-19:00 No specific time will be set when authors should be present in front of their posters for questions and answers. Authors are requested to indicate when they are available for discussions. A form for this purpose will be provided at the poster assistance desk in the Exhibition Hall. Please note that posters not removed by 19:00 on the last day of their presentation will be removed and discarded by the conference staff. The Tenth International Conference on AIDS/International Conference on STD cannot accept liability for lost or damaged posters. 12

Page  13 Other Conference Programs Community Forum On Saturday 6 August a Community Forum will be held to discuss solidarity in AIDS work. We extend an invitation to all front-line community workers coming from community-based organizations and AIDS service organizations, and people living with HIV/AIDS to participate in this pre-conference event. The introduction session will provide participants an opportunity to get a feel of the Japanese culture that lies behind the problems of, and the efforts to overcome, the AIDS epidemic in this country. Presentations by speakers and group discussion sessions that will follow, invite individuals involved with AIDS work at the community level to share their experiences and knowledge with one another. Accomplishments will be celebrated, problems and concerns unique to this field will be addressed. We hope that, by gathering together and exchanging information in a friendly environment of mutual respect and understanding, we will find the common thread which connects us all beyond our daily work that can be solitary and stressful, beyond cultural and social limitations and towards strengthening solidarity. When the day-time program has ended, we will move to a floating amphitheater at Yokohama Seaside Park to attend Toronagashi, a traditional Japanese ceremony of sending to the sea our ancestral spirits, in our case dear memories of lives lost to AIDS. Throughout the week of the conference, we will provide a space called the Communication Room, for AIDS workers and people living with HIV/AIDS to follow up on the discussions held during the Community Forum as well as to discuss other important issues related to HIV/AIDS community work. Date: Saturday 6 August Time: 11:00-21:00 Place: Day-time program (11:00-19:30) Pacifico Yokohama Conference Center Night-time Program (20:00-21:00) Yokohama Seaside Park Amphitheater Timetable: 11:00-12:00 Forum registration and lunch 12:00-12:30 Opening 12:45-14:00 Plenary 14:00-14:30 Announcement 14:30-15:30 Group discussion-Session 1 15:30-16:30 Break 16:30-17:30 Group discussion-Session 2 17:30-18:15 Orientation about the conference 18:15-18:30 Closing 18:30-19:30 Dinner 19:30-20:00 Move to Floating Amphitheater 20:00-21:00 Traditional Japanese Ceremony of Remembrance 13

Page  14 Communication Room The following organizations are among those to hold meetings to discuss AIDS-related issues at the Communication Room. * AHRTAG * AIDS & Society * Alliance * APICHA * Global AIDS Action Network * Hand in Hand Network * ILGA * International AIDS Project * International Center for Research on Women * International Indigenous AIDS Network * Jerusalem AIDS Project * Pink Triangle Malaysia * Trust Foundation AIDS Control Council Opening and Closing The opening ceremony will be held from 16:00, Sunday 7 August and CerPemonies8 the closing ceremony from 17:00, Thursday 11 August, at the National Convention Hall. Exhibition An exhibition of scientific and professional products and materials will take place at the Exhibition Hall of Pacifico Yokohama, Monday through Thursday 8-11 August. In addition, the same site will house exhibition booths for non-profit organizations, including community-based and nongovernmental organizations. Participants are encouraged to visit these exhibits to see the latest equipment, products and publications relating to AIDS and HIV, and to interact with non-governmental AIDS organizations, service providers and advocacy groups. Information on all exhibitors will appear in the list of exhibitors available at the conference site. 14

Page  15 Welcoming Events Events The City of Yokohama, citizens' groups and many NGOs are planning numerous events to welcome conference participants to Yokohama. These will include traditional Japanese performances as well as opportunities to enjoy sightseeing in the port of Yokohama, meet local residents, and participate in both traditional and modern aspects of Japanese culture. We cordially invite all conference participants to take part in these events. An Invitation to Yokohama's Cultural Facilities The Insect Song Lovers' Gathering The Yokohama Evening Festival Yokohama Port Cruise Traditional Performing Arts of Yokohama and Asia Ikebana Exhibition and Workshop Tea Ceremony Doll Dance by Hiroshi Hori A Visual Introduction to Japanese Culture and Entertainment Koto Performance and Kimono Show with Kimono Wearing Demonstration AIDS Discussion Forum AIDS Quilts: Exhibition and Workshop AIDS Memorial Quilts Exhibition of Japanese AIDS Posters Welcoming Rock Concert in Nishi Ward Cultural Facilities 7-11 August Complimentary admission to the Yokohama Museum of Art, the Sankeien Garden, the Yokohama Archives of History, and the Yokohama Maritime Museum. 5-7 August, 18:00-21:00, Kamonyama Park Spend a summer evening enjoying the Japanese custom of listening to the captivating songs of summer insects. 8 August, 18:30-20:30, the Plaza in Rinko Park Participate in an outdoor summer festival by seeing the mikoshi shrine parade, by shouting encouragement, or by joining in the parade accompanied by a musical band and torchlight procession. 9-11 August Cruises leave Minato Mirai Pier at 10:30, 13:30, and 15:00. Japan's Cultural and Artistic Traditions 9 August, 14:00-20:30, Opening Ceremony 13:00-14:00, Kannai Hall Twenty-seven groups will demonstrate a variety of songs, dances, and musical performances in the styles of the traditional performing arts. 9 August, from 15:00 and 17:30, 2nd basement, Kannai Hall You are invited to enjoy an ikebana exhibition and to try your hand at flower arranging in an ikebana workshop. 10 August, 14:00-18:30, 2nd basement, Kannai Hall At this tea ceremony in the ryurei style, you can taste tea while seated on a chair in a traditional tea room. 10 August, from 18:30, Kannai Hall Renowned performer Hiroshi Hori integrates the classical style of a Bunraku Puppet Show with traditional Noh Dance. 10 August, 14:00-18:00 (with intermission), Kannai Hall Videos of Kabuki and Noh performances will be shown beginning every hour on the hour. 11 August, 14:00-17:00, Kannai Hall Enjoy a performance of traditional Japanese koto and taiko music followed by an introduction to the wearing of a kimono. AIDS-Awareness Events 6-14 August, Conference Room, Kanagawa International Association An NGO forum, intended to encourage discussion of the issue of AIDS, will be held in conjunction with various cultural events. 6-13 August (Exhibition until 20 August), Forum Yokohama (Landmark Tower) Exhibition of babies' quilts for HIV-positive infants. 7-9 August, Rinko Park Exhibition of memorial quilts honoring the memory of those who have died of AIDS around the world. 9-11 August, 2nd Basement, Kannai Hall Posters by Japanese prefectural governments, major cities and related bodies will be exhibited. Brochures will also be exhibited and distributed. Rock Concert 6 August, 16:00-20:30, Rinko Park This outdoor concert will feature six amateur bands and one professional band. i 15

Page  16 Daily Programs Saturday 6 AUGUST Community Forum Time: 11:00-21:00 Place: Day-time program (11:00-19:30) Pacifico Yokohama Conference Center Night-time Program (20:00-21:00) Yokohama Seaside Park Amphitheater Timetable: 11:00-12:00 Forum registration and lunch 12:00-12:30 Opening 12:45-14:00 Plenary 14:00-14:30 Announcement 14:30-15:30 Group discussion-Session 1 15:30-16:30 Break 16:30-17:30 Group discussion-Session 2 17:30-18:15 Orientation about the conference 18:15-18:30 Closing 18:30-19:30 Dinner 19:30-20:00 Move to Floating Amphitheater 20:00-21:00 Traditional Japanese Ceremony of Remembrance SSee page 13 for details. 16

Page  17 Sunday 7 AUGUST Opening Ceremony The opening ceremony will be held from 16:00, Sunday 7 August at the National Convention Hall of Pacifico Yokohama. You are recommended to come to the National Convention Hall by 15:30. Overflow areas will be provided at Room 2 (Main Hall) in the conference center. Live transmission of the opening ceremony will be available. Immediately after the opening ceremony, a welcome reception for all participants will be held at Yokohama Grand Intercontinental Hotel and the Exhibition Hall of Pacifico Yokohama from 18:00. Admission is included in the registration fee. Welcome Reception 17

Page  18 8 AUGUST Plenary Sessions 08:30-10:80 PS1 Global Status of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic and the Response PS2 Host Factors in the Immunopathogenesis of HIV Disease PS3 Update on Antiretroviral Therapy PS4 The Dilemma of Developing a Vaccine Against HIV PS5 Women Helping Themselves PS6 Control and Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Challenges for the 1990's PS7 STD and HIV Epidemiology in Asia PS8 Models of Counseling and Support in Resource Poor Countries Room 1 Room 1 Room 1 Room 1 Room 2 Room 2 Room 2 Room 2 Poster Sessions Part 1 Abstract Sessions 11:00-12:30 Posters (Part 1) will be displayed in the Exhibition Hall from 10:00 Monday 8 August through 17:00 Tuesday 9 August. AS-1 AS-2 AS-3 AS-4 AS-5 AS-6 AS-7 AS-8 AS-9 Antiretroviral Therapy: New Approaches Epidemiological Factors of AIDS Progression (Co-factors) Replication I Pathogenesis in vitro Socio-economic Impact of HIV/AIDS Heterosexual Men-Behavioral Issues HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: Asia and Oceania Malignancies Clinical Course Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6 Room 7 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10 Round-table Sessions 18:80-15:00 RT-1 Antiretroviral Therapy RT-2 Acute Infection Stage RT-3 Influence of STDs on the AIDS Epidemic RT-4 IDU in Developing Countries RT-5 Sexual Behavior Surveys and Design of Prevention Programs RT-6 Community Development, Innovative Strategy in Community Care and Social Support RT-7 HIV-Positive Women RT-8 Vaccine Design Strategy Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 7 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10 Special Recent Report Session 13:30-15:00 SR-1 The Newly Identified HIV-1 Subtype 0 Viruses Infection Room 5 18

Page  19 Monday Program 10th Anniversary Special Session 1 15:80-17:00 Abstract Sessions 15:80-17:00 TS-1 HIV 10 Years On: Research Findings and Future Prospects Room 1 Chair: Masakazu Hatanaka, Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto University, Japan Speakers: Robert Gallo, National Cancer Institute, USA Jay A. Levy, University of California, San Francisco, USA Luc Montagnier, Institut Pasteur, France TS-1 Antiretroviral Therapy: Combination Therapy Room 2 AS-11 Empowerment of Women Living with HIV/AIDS Room 3 AS-12 HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: Latin America, Room 4 Caribbean and Africa AS-13 Epidemiological Issues of Intravenous Drug Use Room 5 AS-14 STD (I) Room 6 AS-15 Cytokines Room 7 AS-16 Self-help Groups for People Living with AIDS Room 8 AS-17 Care in Developing Countries Room 9 AS-18 Epidemiology of Heterosexual Transmission Room 10 AS-19 Antivirals I Room 2 AS-20 Models for Prevention in Developing Countries Room 3 AS-21 HIV/AIDS in Developed Countries: North America and Europe Room 4 AS-22 Replication II Room 5 AS-23 Care Providers: Education and Support Room 6 AS-24 Virus Specific Humoral Immunity Room 7 AS-25 Detection of HIV Infection Room 8 AS-26 HIV/AIDS among Women Room 9 AS-27 Vaccines and Immunotherapy Room 10 Abstract Sessions 17:30-19:00 Evening Special Session Recent Report Session 19:15-20:45 ES-1 The Aldyn McKean Symposium on Long-Term Survivors RR-1 Track A (Basic Science) and Track B (Clinical Science and Care) related issues Room 2 Room 7 Room Guide Room 1: National Convention Hall Room 6: 305 Room 2: Main Hall Room 7: 501 Room 3: 301 + 302 Room 8: 502 Room 4: 303 Room 9: 503 Room 5: 304 Room 10: Ballroom Intercontinental 19

Page  20 Monday 8 August / 08:30-10:30 PLENARY SESSIONS Room 1 (National Convention Hall) Room 2 (Main Hall) 08:30 PS1 08:30 PS5 Chairs: Takashi Kitamura (Japan) Jean-Louis Lamboray (USA) GLOBAL STATUS OF THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC AND THE RESPONSE Michael H. Merson, WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Chairs: Akiko Ishii (Japan) Elizabeth N.Ngugi (Kenya) WOMEN HELPING THEMSELVES Zena A. Stein, New York State Psychiatric Institute (USA) 09:00 PS2 09:00 PS6 Chairs: Terumasa Miyamoto (Japan) David D. Ho (USA) HOST FACTORS IN THE IMMUNOPATHOGENESIS OF HIV DISEASE Anthony S. Fauci, National Institutes of Health (USA) Chairs: Yoshiaki Kumamoto (Japan) Jorma Paavonen (Finland) CONTROL AND PREVENTION OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES: CHALLENGES FOR THE 1990's Peter Piot, WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) 09:30 Chairs: Kaoru Shimada (Japan) Michael S. Saag (USA) UPDATE ON ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY Stefano Vella, Istituto Superiore Di Sanity (Italy) PS3 09:30 Chairs: Kenji Soda (Japan) John Dwyer (Australia) STD AND HIV EPIDEMIOLOGY IN ASIA Yun-Fong Ngeow, University of Malaya (Malaysia) PS7 10:00 PS4 10:00 PS8 Chairs: Akira Oya (Japan) Jose Esparza (WHO) THE DILEMMA OF DEVELOPING A VACCINE AGAINST HIV Dani P. Bolognesi, Duke University Medical Center (USA) Chairs: Soroku Yamagata (Japan) Thomas J. Coates (USA) MODELS OF COUNSELING AND SUPPORT IN RESOURCE POOR COUNTRIES Jon Ungphakorn, ACCESS (Thailand) 20

Page  21 Monday 8 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS01: Antiretroviral Therapy: New Approaches Chairs: Seizaburo Kashiwagi (Japan) Paul A. Volberding (USA) 11:00 001B EFFECT OF ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY ON HIV BURDEN AND REPLICATION IN LYMPHOID TISSUE Cohen, OJ; Pantaleo, G; Graziosi, C; Niu, M; Fauci, AS; NIAID, NIH, USA 11:15 002B TREATMENT OF PRIMARY HIV INFECTION WITH ZIDOVUDINE Kinloch, S; Hoen, B; Cooper, D; Hirschel, B; Lazzarin, A; Mathiesen, L; de Witt, S; Antunes, R; Luthy, J; von Overbeck, J; Chave, JP; Hawkins, D; Baumberger, C; Yerly, S; Perrin, L; Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland 11:30 003B d4T (STAVUDINE) THERAPY: ONE LARGE CLINIC'S EXPERIENCE Conant, M; Okabe, M; Slaton, A; Cafaro, V; Illeman, M; Sanford, G; English, L; King, C; University of California, San Francisco, USA; Conant Medical Group, USA; d4T Working Group of the AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power, USA 11:45 0048 PHARMACOKINETIC INTERACTIONS WITH ORAL GANCICLOVIR: ZIDOVUDINE, DIDANOSINE, PROBENECID Gaines, K'; Wong R'; Jung, D'; Cimoch, P2; Lavelle, J3; Pollard, R4; 'Syntex Development Research, USA; 2 Irvine USA; 3Washington DC, USA; 4Galveston, USA 12:00 005B PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A PHASE I STUDY OF VESNARINONE (0PC-8212) IN HIV-INFECTED PERSONS WITH CD4 >300 CELLS/MM3 Mitsuyasu, R; Bort, L; Miles, SA; Hardy, WD; Petit, RG'; UCLA CARE Center, USA; 'Otsuka America Pharm, Inc, USA 12:15 006B RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED STUDY OF GLQ223 IN AIDS AND ARC Kahn, f; Gorelick, K2; 'UCSF, USA; "Genelabs Inc, USA 12:30 007B HYDROXYUREA AS A NOVEL POTENT INHIBITOR OF HIV-1 REPLICATION Lori, F; Malykh, A; Cara, A; Sun, D; Lisziewicz, J; Gallo, RC; LTCB, NCI, NIH, USA Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention ASO2: Epidemiological Factors of AIDS Progression (Co-factors) Chairs: Helene Gayle (USA) Shinsuke Morio (Japan) 11:00 007C HEALTHY LONG-TERM HIV POSITIVES: VIRAL BURDEN AND CELL-MEDIATED IMMUNITY Buchbinder, S; Elbeik, T; Harrer, T&E; Feinberg, MB; Walker, BD; O'Malley, PM; Scheer, S; Holmberg, S; Katz, MH; San Francisco AIDS Office, USA 11:15 008C IMMUNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HIV-INFECTED NONPROGRESSORS Easterbrook, PJ; Foster, S; Henderson, D; Crane, M; Yu, LM; Weber, J'; Gazzard, BG; Chelsea and Westminster Hospital; 'St Marys Hospital, UK 11:30 009C SURVIVAL OF AIDS PATIENTS IN BANGKOK, THAILAND Kitayaporn, D'2; Tansuphaswadikul, S'; Lohsomboon, P'; Pannachet, K3; Kaewkungwal, J'4; Limpakarnjanarat, K'; Mastro, TD"'; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; Mahidol University, Thailand; Ministry of Public Health, Thailand; 4Rajamangala Inst of Tech, Thailand; 'CDC, USA 11:45 010C PREDICTORS FOR SURVIVAL FOLLOWING AIDS IN AUSTRALIA Luo, K; Law, M; McDonald, A; Kaldor, J; National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, Australia 12:00 011C SURVIVAL DIFFERENCES IN HIV INFECTION: EFFECT OF ADJUSTING FOR SEQUENTIAL MEASURES OF CD4 CELLS Smith, GD; Egger, M; Hiachler, I; von Overbeck, J; Ledergerber, B; University of Glasgow, UK 12:15 012C DIFFERENCES IN IMMUNE FUNCTION AMONG PATIENTS INFECTED WITH DISTINCT THAILAND HIV-1 STRAINS Weniger, BG2; Tansuphaswadikul, 5; Young, NL1.2 Pau, C-P'; Lohsomboon, P2; Yindeeyoungyeon, W2; Limpakarnjanarat, K2; 'CDC, USA; 2The HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 'Bamrasnaradura Infectious Disease Hospital, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand 21

Page  22 Monday 8 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) TRACK A: Basic Science Room 5 (304) TRACK A: Basic Science ASO3: Replication I ASO4: Pathogenesis in vitro Chairs: Birgitta Asjo (Norway) Hiroshi Yoshikura (Japan) 11:00 013A RESTRICTED REPLICATION OF SIVMAC239 IN MACROPHAGES Mori, K; Desrosiers, R; Harvard Medical School, USA 11:15 014A DOMAIN BETWEEN V1 AND V2 REGIONS OF HIV-1 GP120 IS CRITICAL FOR VIRUS INFECTIVITY Wang, W-K; Essex, M; Lee, TH; Harvard School of Public Health, USA 11:30 015A MECHANISMS OF HIV-1 ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEINMEDIATED MEMBRANE FUSION Dimitrov, DS'; Golding, H2; Broder, CC'; Blumenthal, R'; 'NCI, NIH; 2FDA; 'NIAID, NIH, USA 11:45 016A FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF HIV-1 GAG PROTEINS Kawamura, M; Kitamura, T'; Ishimoto, A; Adachi, A; Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto University; 'National Institute of Health, Japan 12:00 017A HIV INFECTION OF ADHERENT CELLS AND EXPRESSION OF MEMBRANE MOLECULES Dolei, A'; Serra, C'; Tilocca, F'; Ceraulo, F'; Conaldi, PG2; Modesti, A3; Ameglio, F4; Toniolo, A'; 'Univ of Sassari; 2'Univ of Pavia; 'Univ of Chieti; 'Inst S Gallicano, Italy 12:15 018A SELECTIVE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF HUMAN EPIDERMAL LANGERHANS CELLS TO HIV-1 INFECTION IN VITRO Soto-Ramirez, LE; Renjifo, B; Wang, W; Marlink, R; Lee, TH; Essex, M; Harvard School of Public Health, USA Chairs: Ashley T. Haase (USA) Yoshio Koyanagi (Japan) 11:00 019A A NOVEL IN VITRO HIV PROPERTY IN PEDIATRIC ISOLATES St Clair, M'; Vavro, CL'; Pennington, KN'; Valentine, M2; McKinney, RE'; 'Burroughs Wellcome Co; 2Duke University Medical Center, USA 11:15 020A ENCOUNTER OF UNPRIMED CD4+T LYMPHOCYTES WITH HIV1 gpl20-EXPRESSING CELLS RESULTS IN LYSIS OF BOTH TARGET AND EFFECTOR CELLS Jassoy, C; Heinkelein, M; Sopper, S; Wiirzburg University, Germany 11:30 021A GLUCOCORTICOIDS RESCUE CD4+T CELLS FROM ACTIVATION-INDUCED APOPTOSIS TRIGGERED BY HIV-1 Lu, W; Salerno-Goncalvez, R; Yuan, J; Andrieu, JM; H6pital Laennec, Universite de Paris V, France 11:45 022A HIV-1 INFECTION OF T CELLS IN VITRO IS MODULATED BY COSTIMULATION VIA CD28 Haffar, OK; Smithgall, M; Wong, J; Linsley, P; BristolMyers Squibb, USA 12:00 023A IDENTIFICATION OF A COMPLEMENT ACTIVATING SITE IN GP120 Siisal, C; Kirschfink, M; Krapelin, M; Daniel, V; Opelz, G; University of Heidelberg, Germany 12:15 024A APOPTOSIS INDUCED IN CD4+ CELLS EXPRESSING gpl60 OF HIV TYPE 1 Koga, Y'; Sasaki, M2'; 'Tohkai Univ; 'Kyushu Univ, Japan 22

Page  23 Monday 8 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS05: Socio-economic Impact of HIV/AIDS Chairs: Lynda S. Doll (USA) Mitsuhiro Kamakura (Japan) 11:00 0250D ESTIMATED PRODUCTION LOSS DUE TO HIV/AIDS MORTALITY IN CANADA, 1987-91 Hanvelt, R; Ruedy, N; Hogg, RS; Strathdee, SA; O'Shaughnessy, MV; Montaner, JSG; Schechter, MT; BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS; University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada 11:15 0260D MEASURING THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS ON AFRICA'S COMMERCIAL SECTOR Forsythe, S'; Roberts, M'; Wongombe, J2; Gakuru, 02; 'AIDSCAP/FHI, USA; 2HEDRA, Kenya 11:30 027D0 THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS ON THE EDUCATION SYSTEM Shaeffer, S; UNICEF, Thailand 11:45 0280D AIDS MORTALITY IN MEXICO: 1983-92 YEARS OF POTENTIAL PRODUCTIVE LIFE LOST Izazola-Licea, JA; Valdez-Garcia, M; CONASIDA, Mexico 12:00 0290D HIV MORTALITY AND THE IMPACT ON SOCIAL BENEFITS GIVEN TO EMPLOYEES FAMILY Ntumbanzondo, M; Bertozzi, S'; Doppagne, A2; Khondi, N; Engele, B; Wandu, M'; Nzila, N; Project Sida, Zaire; 'MIT, USA; 2Bcz; '3UNIKIN, Zaire 12:15 0300 WHY ISN'T INCREASED SURVIVAL ENOUGH Wilson, AD; Drummond, MF'; The Wellcome Foundation Ltd; 'Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK Room 7 (501) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS06: Heterosexual Men - Behavioral Issues Chairs: Susan Kippax (Australia) Tsunetsugu Munakata (Japan) Cheikh I. Niang (Senegal) 11:00 0310 THE FIRE IN THE DRAGON: A STUDY OF RISK FACTORS FOR HIV/AIDS AMONG URBAN MEN AND COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS IN VIETNAM Franklin, BAK; Khanh, NT; CARE INTERNATIONAL IN VIETNAM, Vietnam 11:15 0320 BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION FOR THAI ARMY CONSCRIPTS MAY REDUCE HIV INCIDENCE Bond, KC1"2; na Chiang Mai, C2; Vaddhanaphuti, C2; Eiumtrakul, S'; Nelson, KE '; Celentano, DD'; 'Johns Hopkins Univ, USA; 'Social Research Institute, Chiang Mai Univ, Thailand; 'Royal Thai Army, Thailand 11:30 0330 CLIENTS OF FEMALE SEX WORKERS AND UNSAFE SEX Plumridge, E; Chetwynd, J; Reed, A'; Christchurch School of Medicine; 'N Z Prostitutes Collective, New Zealand 11:45 0340 THE GENDER GAP: WHAT YOUNG UNMARRIED LATINOS THINK & DO ABOUT SEX Marin, B; Gomez, CA; Grinstead, OA; University of California, San Francisco, USA 12:00 0350 RESISTANT TO RISK REDUCTION; MALE CLIENTS OF COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS IN KENYA Ngugi EN'; Njeru, EK'; Plummer, FAI'; Moses, S1~2; Karanja, M'; 'University of Nairobi, Kenya; 'University of Manitoba, Canada, 'Ministry of Health, Machakos General Hospital, Kenya 12:15 0360 MALE INTERVENTION PROGRAMME IN RED LIGHT AREA OF BOMBAY Thanekar, JG; Nigudkar, P; Municipal Corporation of Greater Bombay, India 23

Page  24 Monday 8 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention ASO7: HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: Asia and Oceania Chairs: Masahiro Kihara (Japan) Wiwat Rojanapithayakorn (Thailand) 11:00 037C THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV/AIDS IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC REGION: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PREVENTION Sarda, RM; Petersen, G; Gertig, D; Effler, P; WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Philippines 11:15 038C HIV INCIDENCE IN ADULTS IN NORTHERN THAILAND Khamboonruang, C'; Beyrer, C4; Natpatan, C2; Eiumtrakol, S'; Celentano, D4; Nelson, KE4; 'Chiang Mai University, Thailand; 2Ministry of Public Health; 'Royal Thai Army, Thailand; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA 11:30 039C HIV INFECTION IN INDIA TRENDS ANALYSIS Lal, S'; Khodakevich, L2; Salil, P'; 'National AIDS Control Organization; 2World Health Organization, India 11:45 040C HIV INFECTION IN MALAYSIA: CASES SEEN AT THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, KUALA LUMPUR Ismail, R; University of Malaya, Malaysia 12:00 041C HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS(HIV) EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TRENDS AMONG RISK GROUPS IN KOREA Shin, Y-O; Hur, SJ; Kim, SS; Kee, MK; Center for AIDS Research, NIH, Korea 12:15 042C EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PATTERN OF HIV INFECTION IN YUNNAN PROVINCE, CHINA Cheng, H; Zhang, JP; Zhao, SD; Kou, JD; Jia, MH; Yunnan Provincial Health & Anti-epidemic Center, China Room 9 (503) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS08: Malignancies Chairs: Takao Matsumoto (Japan) Tetsutaro Sata (Japan) 11:00 043B LYMPHOMAGENESIS IN SIV IMMUNOSUPPRESSED MONKEYS Biberfeld, P'; Li, SL'; Kaaya, EE'; Feichtinger, H'; Rezikyan, S'; Putkonen, P'; 'Immunopathol Lab, KI; 2SMI, Sweden 11:15 044B INTENSIVE CHEMOTHERAPY AND G-CSF IN HIVASSOCIATED NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMA Clauvel, J-P'; Oksenhendler, E'; Dubreuil, ML2; Gerard, L'; Barateau, V'; Levy, Y2; Deforges, L2; Ferchal, F'; 'H6pital Saint-Louis; 2H6pital Henri-Mondor, France 11:30 045B PATHOGENESIS OF AIDS ASSOCIATED LARGE CELL LYMPHOMA Tsuzuki, A; Herndier, B; Marsh, J; Ng, V; Nolan, T; Shiramizu, B; McGrath, M; University of California, San Francisco, USA 11:45 046B DAUNOXOME~-PHASE II TRIAL FOR EPIDEMIC KAPOSI'S SARCOMA (EKS) Wernz, JC; Taubes, B; Friedberg, A; NYU Kaplan Cancer Center, USA 12:00 047B INCIDENCE OF KAPOSI'S SARCOMA AMONG PWAIDS OVER TIME: IS IT DECREASING? Casabona, J; Blanch, C; Castilla, J; Podzamczer, D; Riera, S; Rubio, R; The Spanish Study Group on AIDS and Cancer; AIDS Programme, Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain 12:15 048B HIV/AIDS RELATED NEOPLASMS IN THE POPULATION OF GENOA, ITALY Crovari, P; Canessa, A'; De Rosa, MG; Donnini, R; Orengo, A4; Piersantelli, N2; Rizzo, F'; Vercelli, M4; Inst Hygiene and Prey Med; 'Univ of Genova; 2 Galliera H6spital; 'S Martino H6spital; IST Genoa, Italy 24

Page  25 Monday 8 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care ASO9: Clinical Course NOTE Chairs: David D. Ho (USA) Shinichi Oka (Japan) 11:00 049B STUDIES ON HIV INFECTED INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE LONG TERM NON-PROGRESSORS Graziosi, C; Demarest, JF; Vaccarezza, M; Cohen, OJ; Pantaleo, G; Fauci, AS; MACS, NIH, USA 11:15 050B COMBINED p24 ANTIGEN AND ANTI-p66 AS MARKERS OF AIDS-FREE TIME Henrard, DR; Meiszberg, T; Wiesner, D; Goedert, J1; Abbott Labs; 'NCI, USA 11:30 051B FIRST HIV-1 POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS COINCIDENT WITH AIDS: PRESENTATION AND PROGNOSIS Poznansky, MC; Coker, R; Skinner, C; Bailey, S; Renton, A; Weber, J; St Mary's Hospital, UK 11:45 052B GLUTATHIONE DEFICIENCY IN THE LIVER OF HIV SEROPOSITIVE SUBJECTS Barbarini, G; Filice, C; Zanaboni, D; Garavelli, G; Malfitano, A; Brunetti, E; Bellomo, G; IRCCS, Italy; Univ of Torino, Italy 12:00 053B PEDIATRIC AIDS IN SAO PAULO-BRAZIL=8 YEARS LATER Queiroz, W; Della Negra, M; Yu, CL; Paste, AA; Soraggi Neto, C; Silva, LMG; Vazquez, CMP; Inst Infectol, Brazil 12:15 054B EFFECT OF MATERNAL HIV STATUS ON INFANT GROWTH & SURVIVAL Boulos, R; Ruff, A; Coberly, J; McBrien, M; Jules, D; Halsey, N; CDS, Haiti; Johns Hopkins, USA 25

Page  26 Monday 8 August / 18:80-15:00 ROUND-TABLE SESSIONS m m RT-1 Room 1 (National Convention Hall) RT-3 Room 3 (301 + 302) ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY Moderators: Sean Hosein Community AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (Canada) Michael Saag The University of Alabama at Birmingham (USA) Speakers: Claudia Brabazon Canadian AIDS Society (Canada) James Kahn University of California, San Francisco (USA) INFLUENCE OF STDs ON THE AIDS EPIDEMIC Moderators: Marie Laga Institute of Tropical Medicine (Belgium) Judith Wasserheit Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA) Speakers: Joan Kreiss University of Washington (USA) Timothy Mastro HIV/AIDS Collaboration (USA) Noah Robinson INSERM U88 (France) RT-2 Room 2 (Main Hall) RT-4 Room 4 (303) ACUTE INFECTION STAGE IDU IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Moderators: Andrew Carr St. Vincent's Hospital (Australia) Charles Farthing AIDS Healthcare Foundation(USA) Speakers: Allen Mayer Irwin Memorial Blood Centers (USA) Court Pedersen Hvidovre Hospital (Denmark) Luc Perrin University Cantonal Hospital (Switzerland) Moderators: Karen Nasser IKHLAS Centre (Malaysia) Alexander Wodak St. Vincent's Hospital (Australia) Speakers: Fely Lacaolacao Cebu Youth Center, Inc. (Philippines) Faibio Mesquita NUPAIDS University of Sao Paulo (Brazil) Sujata Rana Lifesaving & Lifegiving Society (Nepal) 26

Page  27 Monday 8 August / 18:30-15:00 ROUND-TABLE SESSIONS m RT-5 Room 7 (501) RT-7 Room 9 (503) SEXUAL BEHAVIOR SURVEYS AND DESIGN OF PREVENTION PROGRAMS Moderators: Thomas Coates University of California, San Francisco (USA) Swaminathan Sundararaman AIDS Research Foundation of India (India) Speakers: Brendan Bain University of the West Indies (Jamaica) Tuti Merati Udayana University AIDS Working Group (Indonesia) Ken Morrison Canadian AIDS Society (Canada) HIV-POSITIVE WOMEN Moderators: Martina Clark Global Network of People Living with HIV and AIDS, WORLD (USA) Yolanda Simon Global Network of People Living with HIV and AIDS (Trinidad) Speakers: Juliet Awino The AIDS Support Organization (Uganda) Rebecca Denison WORLD (USA) Araceli Marquez ORAIN, ICW, Global Network of People Living with HIV and AIDS (Mexico) RT-6 Room 8 (502) RT-8 Room 10 (Ballroom Intercontinental) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, INNOVATIVE STRATEGY IN COMMUNITY CARE AND SOCIAL SUPPORT Moderators: Elhadj As Sy Health Programme ENDA (Senegal) Laisiasa Wainikesa Fiji AIDS Task Force (Fiji) Speakers: Teresita Bagasao KABALIKAT Ng Pamilyang Philipino Foundation, Inc. (Philippines) Bal Bernard Provincial STD/AIDS Committee (Papua New Guinea) Suki Terada Ports Family Health Project, Inc. (USA) VACCINE DESIGN STRATEGY Moderators: Marc Girard Institut Pasteur (France) Speakers: Shan Lu University of Massachusetts Medical Center (USA) Quentin Sattentau Centre d'Immunology de Marseille-Luminy (France) Kathelyn Steimer Chiron Corporation (USA) Michael Wyand TSI Mason Laboratories (USA) 27

Page  28 Monday 8 August 13:30-15:00 SPECIAL RECENT REPORT SESSION Room 5(304) 15:30-17:00 TENTH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL SESSION Room 1(National Convention Hall) SR-1 TS-1 The Newly Identified HIV-1 Subtype 0 Viruses Infection Moderators: Namiko Yoshihara National Institute of Health (Japan) Peter Piot WHO Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Speakers: Guido van der Groen Institute of Tropical Medicine (Belgium) James R. George Center for Diseases Control and Prevention (USA) Josef Eberle Max v. Pettenkofer-Institut (Germany) A speaker from France to be announced Commentator: Souleymane Mboup Universite Cheikh Anta Diop (Senegal) Leopold Zekeng University Teaching Hospital (Cameroon) HIV 10 Years On: Research Findings and Future Prospects Chair: Masakazu Hatanaka Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto University (Japan) Speakers: Robert C. Gallo National Cancer Institute (USA) Jay A. Levy University of California, San Francisco (USA) Luc Montagnier Institut Pasteur (France) 28

Page  29 Monday 8 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care ASO10: Antiretroviral Therapy: Combination Therapy Chairs: Gohta Masuda (Japan) Shiro Shigeta (Japan) 15:30 055B RANDOMIZED COMPARATIVE TRIAL OF ZDV+ddl vs ZDV+ ddC ON SHORT-TERM SAFETY AND LABORATORY MARKERS IN SUBJECTS WITH CD4s OF 50 TO 350/,uL Montaner, JSG; Srour, L; Singer, J; Cassol, S; O'Shaughnessy, MV; Schechter, MT; Canadian HIV Trials Network; Bristol-Myers & Squibb, Canada 15:45 0568 HIV-1 VIREMIA CHANGES AND DEVELOPMENT OF DRUGRELATED VIRAL MUTATIONS IN PATIENTS (pts) RECEIVING LONG-TERM COMBINATION THERAPY WITH AZT/DDI Mitsuya, H; Kojima, E; Shirasaka, T; Anderson, BD; Chokekijchai, S; Steinberg, S; Broder, S; Yarchoan, R; National Cancer Institute, USA 16:00 057B SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF ZDV ADDITION TO 3TC MONOTHERAPY van Leeuwen, R; Boucher, C; Reiss, P; Schuurman, R; Nijhuis, M; Danner, S; National Aids Therapy Evaluation Centre, Academic Med Ctr, Univ of Amsterdam, The Netherlands 16:15 058B8 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF Ro 31-8959 AND ZIDOVUDINE (ZDV) VS ZDV AND ZALCITABINE (ddC) VS Ro 31-8959, ZDV, AND ddC Collier, AC; Coombs, RW; Timpone, J; Schoenfeld, DA; Bassett, R; Baruch, A'; Corey L; NIAID, NIH; 'Hoffman La-Roche, USA 16:30 059B ZIDOVUDINE & a-INTERFERON VS ZIDOVUDINE ALONE IN HIV INFECTED PERSONS WITH CD4+CELL COUNTS OF 150 -500/mm3-RESULTS OF THE 'ZIDON' TRIAL Chateauvert, M; Fernandez-Cruz, E; Lang, J-M; Frissen, PHJ; Furner, V; Boucher, CAB; Dowd, P; Stevens, J; The ZIDON study group, Canada 16:45 060B ACYCLOVIR/ZIDOVUDINE COMBINATION THERAPY AND AIDS SURVIVAL Graham, NMH; Stein, DS; Park, LP; Hoover, DR; Phair, JP; Detels, R; Ho, M; Saah, AJ; Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study, USA Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS11: Empowerment of Women Living with HIV/ AIDS Chairs: Martina Clark (USA) Hakima Himmich (Morocco) 15:30 0610 WOMEN, AIDS AND SOCIAL REPRESENTATION Alonso, LBN; NEPAIDS, University of S Paulo, Brazil 15:45 0620 THE WHEEL PROJECT: ASSESSING A COMMUNITY-BASED MODEL FOR PREVENTING HIV/AIDS AMONG WOMEN Wild, JL; Young, P; Rosenshine, N; Klein, H; NOVA Research Company, USA 16:00 0630 DOES COUNSELLING HELP TO EMPOWER WOMEN TO NEGOTIATE FOR SAFER SEX Chanda, C'; Baggaley, R"2; Phiri, M'; Kelly, M'; 'London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK; 'Kara Counselling and Training Trust, Zambia 16:15 0640 SEXUAL COERCION IN THE FACE OF AIDS: WILL LATINO MEN & WOMEN CHALLENGE IT? G6mez, CA; Marin, BV; Grinstead, OA; University of California, San Francisco, USA 16:30 0650 THE ROLE OF SELF-HELP GROUPS AND PEER SUPPORT NETWORKS FOR WOMEN WITH HIV/AIDS Greet, B; Positive Women, Australia 16:45 0660 SEXUAL BEHAVIOR OF YOUNG JAPANESE WOMEN TOURISTS IN SOUTHERN THAILAND AND RISK FOR HIV INFECTION Vorakitphokatorn, S; IPSR, Mahidol University, Thailand 29

Page  30 Monday 8 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS12: HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: Latin America, Caribbean and Africa Chairs: Roger-Paul Bernard (Switzerland) Takusei Umenai (Japan) 15:30 067C EFFECT OF HIV-1 INFECTION ON POPULATION GROWTH IN RURAL RAKAI DISTRICT, UGANDA Sewankambo, NK '; Wawer, MJ'3; Gray, RH"'; Serwadda, D"2; Li, C4; Konde-Lule, J"',2; Lainjo, B"'; 'Rakai Project; 'Makerere Univ, Ugauda; 'Columbia Univ, New York; 'Johns Hopkins Univ, USA 15:45 068C HIV-1 INCIDENCE IN ADULTS AND RISK FACTORS FOR SEROCONVERSION IN A RURAL POPULATION IN UGANDA: 3 YEARS OF FOLLOW-UP Kengeya-Kayondo, J; Kamali, A; Nunn, AJ; Malamba, S; Wagner, HU; Mulder, DW; MRC (UK) Programme on AIDS in Uganda/UVRI, Uganda 16:00 069C HIV SEROPREVALENCE SURVEY AMONG TRUCK AND BUS DRIVERS IN DOUALA AND EKOK (CAMEROON) Sam-Abbenyi, A; Akamba, JJ; Zekeng, L; Mbouni, G; Zingeser, J; Ministry of Health, Cameroon 16:15 070C ANONYMOUS ANTENATAL HIV SEROPREVALENCE SURVEYS IN RURAL SOUTH AFRICA Wilkinson, D; Hlabisa Hospital, Kwa Zulu Dept Health, South Africa 16:30 071C PROJECTIONS OF THE AIDS EPIDEMIC IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Gomez, E'; Sweat, M'; Arbaje, M'; Butler de Lister, M2; 'Dominican Ministry of Health, The Dominican Republic; 'Family Health International, AIDSCAP, USA 16:45 072C HIV SEROSURVEILLANCE IN BRAZIL:A NEW EPIDEMIC EMERGES Rodrigues, L'; Lauria, L'; Berro, 0'; Ferreira, J'; Sereno, A'; Loures, L'; 'Ministry of Health; 'Department of Health, Brazil Room 5 (304) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS13: Epidemiological Issues of Intravenous Drug Use Chairs: Johanna A. R. van den Hoek (Netherland) Naoki Horita (Japan) 15:30 073C NEW INJECTORS REMAIN AT HIGH RISK FOR HIV INFECTION Friedman, SR'; Des Jarlais, DC'; Wenston, J'; WHO Collaborative Study Group; 'National Development & Research, Inc; 'Beth Israel Medical Center, USA 15:45 074C RISK FACTORS FOR HIV SEROCONVERSION AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS IN MONTREAL: THE SAINT-LUC COHORT EXPERIENCE Lamothe, F; Bruneau, J; Soto, J; Lachance, N; Franco, E; Vincelette, J; Fauvel, M; HOpital Saint-Luc, Canada 16:00 075C HIV-1 SYNCYTIUM-INDUCING PHENOTYPE DOES NOT PREDICT AIDS IN A COHORT OF INJECTING DRUG USERS IN CONTRAST WITH FINDINGS IN HOMOSEXUAL MEN Spijkerman, IJB; Koot, M'; Prins, M; Mientjes, GH; van den Hoek, JAR; Miedema, F'; Coutinho, RA; Municipal Health Service; 'Central Laboratory of the Netherlands Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service, The Netherlands 16:15 076C COHORT STUDY OF HIV INFECTION AMONG DRUG USERS IN RUILI AND OTHER COUNTIES IN YUNNAN PROVINCE, CHINA Zheng, X; Zhang, JP; Qu, SQ; Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, China 16:30 077C DRUG INJECTORS MAY UNDERREPORT DRUG RISK BUT NOT SEXUAL RISK BEHAVIOR Gibson, DR"2; Young, M"'; Choi, K'; 'University of California, San Francisco; 'Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, USA 16:45 078C SURVIVAL OF GERMAN HIV-INFECTED INJECTING DRUG USERS WITH AND WITHOUT METHADONE Baumgarten, R; Helm, EB; ArastEh, K; Sadri, I; Brockmeyer, NH; Bogner, JR; GASG(German AIDS Study Group), Germany 30

Page  31 Monday 8 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care Room 7 (501) TRACK A: Basic Science AS14: STD (1) AS15: Cytokines Chairs: Michihito Niimura (Japan) Allan Ronald (Canada) 15:30 079B PAPANICOLAOU (PAP) SMEARS VERSUS COLPOSCOPY AS SCREENING TESTS FOR CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA (CIN) IN HIV SEROPOSITiVE WOMEN Norton, D; Brosgart, C; Barkin, M; Zaloudek, C; Palefsky, J; Padian, N; Greenblatt, R; BARCWA, AmFAR, USA 15:45 080B A COMPARISON OF CERVICAL ABNORMALITIES IN HIV INFECTED AND UNINFECTED PREGNANT WOMEN Connor, J; Mitchell, JL; Lockhart, M; Loftman, PO; Carrington, B; Matseaone, S; Harlem Hospital Center, USA 16:00 0818 ANAL INFECTION WITH MULTIPLE HPV TYPES IN MEN WITH SYMPTOMATIC HIV DISEASE Palefsky, JM; Holly, EA; Ahn, D; University of California, San Francisco, USA 16:15 082B GENITAL TRACT INFECTIONS IN HIV-INFECTED WOMEN Ellerbrock, T'; Wright, T'; Rice, R'; Chiasson, MA'; 'CDC, 'Columbia University; 'New York City, Dept of Health, USA 16:30 083B PREVALENCE OF GYNECOLOGIC INFECTIONS IN A COHORT OF HIV-INFECTED WOMEN Spence, M; Gagnon, S; Cohn, J; Harrison, D; Brinson, C; Stein, A; Hellinger, J; AmFAR's CBCTN, USA 16:45 084B FEMALE GENITAL HERPES-22 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN TOKYO Kawana, T; Tokyo University Branch Hospital, Japan Chairs: John L. Fahey (USA) Jiro Imanishi (Japan) 15:30 085A HIV INFECTION ALTERS CYTOKINE KINETICS IN STIMULATED PBMC Fahey, JL; Fan, J; Breen, E; Derzic, S; Nguyen, T; Martinez-Maza, O; UCLA, USA 15:45 086A HIV-I INFECTION ALTERS RESPONSE OF MACROPHAGES TO ACTIVATING STIMULI: IMPLICATIONS FOR AIDS NEUROPATHOGENESIS Bukrinsky, M'; Nottet, HSLM2; Dubrovsky, L'; Schmidtmayerova, H'; Sherry, B'; Gendelman, HE2; Picower Institute for Medical Research; UNMC, USA 16:00 087A SUPPRESSION OF HIV REPLICATION BY THE INTERLEUKIN-1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST Poli, G'; Kinter, AL'; Fox, LM2; Turchetto, L'; Vicenzi, E'; Fauci, AS2; 'San Raffaele Institute, Italy; 2LIR, NIAID, NIH, USA 16:15 088A CYTOKINE(S) RELEASED BY CD8+ T CELLS FROM HIVSERONEGATIVE INDIVIDUALS SUPPRESSING IN VITRO HIV REPLICATION Tsuchie, H'; Tesfamariam, N2; Trickett, A2; Lam-PoTang, PR2; Dwyer, JM2; Ichimura, H'; Kurimura, T'; 'Institute for Microbial Diseases, Osaka University, Japan; 'Prince of Wales Hospital, University of New South Wales, Australia; 'Kure National Hospital, Japan 16:30 089A ROLE OF ADF/HUMAN THIOREDOXIN IN CYSTINE TRANSPORT: POSSIBLE APPLICATION OF ADF/THIOREDOXIN AND NAC IN AIDS Iwata, S; Hori, T; Sato, N; Masutani, H; Mitui, A; Nakamura, K; Yodoi, J; Inst for Virus Research, Kyoto Univ, Japan 16:45 090A SEROTONIN REDUCES INTRACELLULAR cAMP AND RESTORES THE PROLIFERATIVE CAPACITY OF T CELLS FROM HIV SEROPOSITIVE SUBJECTS Afzelius, P; Hofmann, B; Kronborg, G; Iversen, J; Nielsen, JO; Hvidovre University Hospital, Denmark 31

Page  32 Monday 8 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS16: Self-help Groups for People Living with AIDS Chairs: Karen J. Lee (Australia) Jack Jagjit Singh (Malaysia) 15:30 0 FUNCTIONS OF SUPPORT GROUPS FOR HIV POSITIVE PEOPLE AND PEOPLE WITH AIDS Uebersfeld, F; Ferrari, I; AIDES Paris Ile de France, France Room 9 (503) TRACK B/D: Clinical Science and Care/Impact, Societal Response and Education AS17: Care in Developing Countries Chairs: Shin Isomura (Japan) Tsuyoshi Nagatake (Japan) 910 15:30 097B, IMPACT OF PRACTICAL TRAINING ABROAD ON INDIAN PHYSICIANS Meshram, D'; Khodakevich, L'; Sengupta, D2; lWorld Health Organization; 'National AIDS Control Organization; 'Christian Medical Assoc of India, India /D 15:45 092 ROLE OF PLWAs Chiboola, H; Zulu, W; Kelly, MKFr; Kara Counselling and Training Trust, Zambia 16:00 093 AN HIV+ PERSON'S VIEW OF AUSTRALIA'S RESPONSE Counter, M, Australia 16:15 094 STRUCTURING PROCESS OF SELF-HELP GROUPS IN COLOMBIA Rubio, S; FundaciO6n Proyecto Vida, Colombia 16:30 095 LINKING CARE AND PREVENTION:A DROP IN CTR RUN BY PHIV Lovati, R; Brambilla, M'; Serpelloni, G2; Donini, S'; Turrini, G; Austin, D2; Frighetto, R2; Coop Azalea; 'Coord Persone Sieropositive; 2Gruppo C-SSH ULSS, Italy i' 0 15:45 098B/D SUPPORT TO FAMILIES AND CHILDREN AFFECTED BY HIV/ AIDS: THE LUSAKA DECLARATION Chevallier, E; Floury, D; Centre International de I l'Enfance, France 16:00 099B/D COSTING AND EVALUATING HOME BASED CARE IN ZAMBIA ID Chela, CM'; Msiska, R'; Chava, T'; Martin, A; Mwanza, A'; Yamba, B'; van Praag, E; 'Ministry of Health, Zambia; 'University of Zambia, Zambia; 'Karolinska Institute, Sweden; 'World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland 0 16:45 0960D TRADITIONAL HEALERS AND PWA SUPPORT GROUPS:FILLING THE GAP IN KAMPALA, UGANDA Lattu, K'; King, R"'; Ssemyalo, C'; Namangi, F'; Kasolo, S'; Kabatesi, D'; Homsy, J"2; 'THEWA; 'MSFCH, Uganda 16:15 100B/O AIDS ORPHANS KUSIMBA, J'; PLUMMER, F2; NDINYA-ACHOLA, J'; MOSES, S2; FISH, D2; KIMANI, G'; NJENGA, S; 'UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI, KENYA, 'UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA, Canada 16:30 101B/D A SUCCEEDING COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAM IN ASSISTING ORPHANS, A CASE STUDY OF TANZANIA AND UGANDA Rutayuga, JBK; Ukimwi Orphans Assistance, USA 16:45 102B/D DRAWING AS A MANNER OF EXPRESSION FOR PEDIATRIC AIDS PATIENTS Baricca, A M; Alves, RN; Instituto de Infectologia Emillio Ribas, Brazil 32

Page  33 Monday 8 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS18: Epidemiology of Heterosexual Transmission NOTE Chairs: Roger Detels (USA) Hiroshi Yoshizawa (Japan) 15:30 103C HUSBAND HIV DISCORDANCE AMONG HIV-INFECTED PREGNANT WOMEN, BANGKOK, THAILAND Roongpisuthipong, A'; Siriwasin, W'; Chaiyakul, P'; Bhiraleus, P'; Laosakkitiboran, J'; Shaffer, N3'4; Mastro, TD3'4; 'Siriraj Hospital; 'Rajvithi Hospital; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 'CDC, USA 15:45 104C ALARMING LEVELS OF PROSTITUTE CONTACT, STD, AND CONDOM NEGLECT AMONG HIV-1, HIV-2, DUALLY REACTIVE, AND HIV-NEGATIVE MEN WITH TB IN ABIDJAN, COTE D'IVOIRE Sassan-Morokro, M'; Coulibaly, IM2; Coulibaly, D'; Sidibe, K'; Ackah, A'; Abouya, L'; Digbeu, H'; DeCock, KM,"; Greenberg, AE"'; 'Projet RETRO; 'Centres Anti-TB, Cote d'Ivoire; 'CDC, USA 16:00 105C PROBABILITY OF MALE-TO-FEMALE HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG MARRIED COUPLES IN CHIANG MAI, THAILAND Duerr, A'; Xia, Z'; Nagachinta, T'; Tovanabutra, S'; Tansuhaj, A3; Nelson, K4; 'Centers for Disease Control, USA; 'CONRAD Program, USA; 'RIHES, Chiang Mai, Thailand; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA 16:15 106C PARTNER CHANGE AND THE RISK OF HIV-1 INFECTION IN TWO UGANDAN POPULATIONS Malamba, S; Kamali, A; Kengeya-Kayondo, JF; Okongo, M; Nunn, AJ; Mulder, DW MRC(UK)/ UVRI, Uganda 16:30 107C GENDER SPECIFIC HIV TRANSMISSION/PREVENTION IN DISCORDANT COUPLES IN RURAL UGANDA Serwadda, D'; Gray, RH'; Sewankambo, NK'; Wawer, MJ'; 'Makerere Univ, Uganda; 'Johns Hopkins, USA; 'Columbia Univ, NY, USA 16:45 108C INCIDENCE OF HIV INFECTION AMONG WOMEN IN DAR-ESSALAAM, TANZANIA Shao, JF'; Kapiga, SH'; Lwihula, G'; Hunter, DJ'; 'University of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania; 'Harvard School of Public Health, USA 33

Page  34 Monday 8 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK A: Basic Science AS19: Antivirals I Chairs: Roelf Datema (Austria) Naoki Yamamoto (Japan) 17:30 109A GEM 91: THERAPEUTIC AGENT FOR AIDS BASED ON ANTI-SENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE APPROACH Agrawal, S; Tang, J-Y; Lisziewicz, J'; Gallo, RC'; Hybridon, Inc, USA; 'NCI, NIH, USA 17:45 110A STRUCTURES OF CYCLIC UREAS COMPLEXED WITH NATIVE AND V821 MUTANT HIV-1 PROTEASE Chang, C-H; DeLoskey, RL; Lam, P; Schadt, M; Duke, J; Weber, PC; et al: The DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Co, USA 18:00 111A SULFATED COLOMINIC ACID: AN ANTIVIRAL AGENT THAT INHIBITS THE INFECTIVITY OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS TYPE 1 IN VITRO Yang, D'; Ohta, Y'; Yamaguchi, S'; Tsukada, Y2; Haraguchi, Y'; Liu, H-Y'; Amagai, H'; Hoshino, H'; 'Gunma University; 2Marukin Shoyu Co Ltd, Japan 18:15 112A /-L-2', 3'-DIDEOXY-5-FLUOROCYTIDINE (L-FDDC) A NOVEL POTENT AND SELECTIVE INHIBITOR OF HIV AND HBV REPLICATION IN VITRO Sommadossi, J-P'; Faraj, A'; Schinazi, R2; Gosselin, G'; Imbach, J-L'; 'Univ of Alabama at Birmingham; 2Emory Univ, USA; 'Univ of Montpellier II, France 18:30 113A SDZ SID 791 (JM 3100): A MECHANISTICALLY UNIQUE ANTIHIV AGENT WITH POTENT ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY IN VITRO AND IN VIVO Datema, R; Sandoz Research Institute, Austria 18:45 114A THE ANTI-HIV ACTIVITY OF RECOMBINANT MAP 30 FROM BITTER MELON Lee-Huang, S; Bourinbaiar, A; Chen, H-C'; Huang, P; Huang, PL; Kung, H-F'; NYU Medical School; 'NICHD, NIH; 'NCI-FCRDC, USA Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS20: Models for Prevention in Developing Countries Chairs: Tuti Merati (Indonesia) Kevin O'Reilly (WHO) 17:30 1150 RESULTS OF PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH IN EAST AFRICA ON AIDS AND THE COMMUNITY Tusubira, C; Zinga, K; Benn, C; CMC, Switzerland 17:45 1160 INTEGRATION OF THE DIMBA TRADITIONAL ORGANIZATION IN HIV/AIDS PREVENTION IN KOLDA, SENEGAL Niang, CI; University Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal 18:00 1170 REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS, SEXUAL RIGHTS, AND POWER IN BRAZILIAN NIGHT SCHOOL STUDENTS Paiva, V; Stempliuk, V; Antunes, M; Silveira, F; Blessa, C; Serrano, O; NEPAIDS/University of Sao Paulo, Brazil 18:15 1180 SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR OF INHABITANTS OF CEMETERIES IN CAIRO Hasan, MA; Arab International Center for Fighting against AIDS, Egypt 18:30 1190 THE MULTI-SECTORAL AIDS PREVENTION STRATEGY IN NE THAILAND Elkins, DB"2; Rujkorakam, D2; Kuyyakanond, T2; Maticka-Tyndale, E3; 'Qld Inst of Med Res, Australia; 'Khon Kaen Univ, Thailand; 'Univ of Windsor, Canada 18:45 1200 SUSTAINABILITY AND EXTENSION OF FIELD RESPONSES TO HIV/AIDS Rader, A; Campbell, ID; The Salvation Army International Headquarters, UK 34

Page  35 Monday 8 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS21: HIV/AIDS in Developed Countries: North America and Europe Chairs: Hiko Tamashiro (WHO) Judith N. Wasserheit (USA) 17:30 121C THE IMPACT OF THE 1993 EXPANDED AIDS SURVEILLANCE DEFINITION ON DIAGNOSIS AND REPORTING OF AIDS IN THE USA Ward, JW; Green, T; CDC, USA 17:45 122C 1993 EUROPEAN AIDS CASE DEFINITION: IMPACT ON SURVEILLANCE Ancelle-Park, R; Alix, J; Dubois, D; Brunet, JB; National Correspondents for AIDS Surveillance; European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS, France 18:00 123C HIV SEROPREVALENCE TRENDS IN THE UNITED STATES 1988-1992 Petersen, LR; Gwinn, M; Janssen, R; CDC, USA 18:15 124C THE CHANGING SPECTRUM OF AIDS INDEX DISEASES IN CANADA Schechter, MT'; Sutherland, D2; Hogg, RS'; Strathdee, SA'; Le, TN'; O'Shaughnessy, MV'; Montaner, JSG'; 'BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS; 'Bureau of HIV/AIDS Epidemiology, Canada 18:30 125C BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS AND HIV SEROCONVERSION AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS IN ROME, IN THE EARLY 1990S Zaccarelli, M'; Gattari, P'; Rezza, G'; Spizzichino, L2; Portaleone, A'; Valenzi, C2; Visco, G'; Gigli, B'; 'Ospedale L Spallanzani; 2Ospedale Santo Spirito; 'Istituto Superiore di Sanitt Rome, Italy 18:45 126C NEW FEATURES OF HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC IN RUSSIA Kozlov, AP; Volkova, GV; Verevochkin, SV; Emeljanov, AV; Malykh, AG; Reitz, M'; Farzadegan, H2; Research Institute of Pure Biochemicals, Russia; 'National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA; Johns Hopkins Univ, USA Room 5 (304) TRACK A: Basic Science AS22: Replication II Chairs: Kazuyoshi Ikuta (Japan) Sunyong Kim (Korea) 17:30 127A THE HOST CELL ANTIGENICITY DETERMINES THE CELL MEMBRANE PROTEINS ON HIV-1 PROGENY Capobianchi, MR; Fais, S; Abbate, I; Castilletti, C; Mercuri, F; Cordiali Fei, P'; Ameglio, F'; Ficociello, B; Dianzani, F; University "La Sapienza";'Institute S Gallicano, Italy 17:45 128A RNASE H DOMAIN OF HIV-2: CRYSTAL STRUCTURE AND RECONSTITUTION OF THE ACTIVITY Hostomska, Z; Matthews, DA; Knighton, DR; Hostomsky, Z; Agouron Pharmaceuticals, Inc, USA 18:00 129A THE ROLE OF ADHESION MOLECULES IN HIV INFECTION Gomez, MP; Hildreth, JEK; Johns Hopkins University, USA 18:15 130A INCORPORATION OF gpl60 IN SIVmac VIRUS-LIKE PARTICLES ASSEMBLED FROM GAG IN INSECT CELLS AND LARVAE Ahmad, S; Giavedoni, L; Gardner, M; Luciw, P; Yilma, T; University of California, Davis, USA 18:30 131A SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES FROM THE V3 LOOP MODULATE HIV-1 INFECTION Zanotto, C; De Rossi, A; Calderazzo, F; Cabrelle, A; Dettin, M; Di Bello, C; Chieco-Bianchi, L; University of Padova, Italy 18:45 132A TRANSDOMINANT AND ATTENUATED HIV-ls: IMPLICATIONS FOR GENE THERAPY Jeang, K-T; Smith, S; Huang, L-M; NIAID, NIH, USA 35

Page  36 Monday 8 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) TRACK B/D: Clinical Science and Care/Impact, Societal Response and Education AS23: Care Providers: Education and Support Chairs: Dorothy Blake (WHO) Takeshi Nagao (Japan) 17:30 133B/D NATIONAL HIV TELEPHONE CONSULTATION SERVICE FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS Goldschmidt, RH; Balano, KB; Legg, JJ; Moy, A; Rambo, M; Liljestrand, P; San Francisco General Hospital, USA 17:45 134B/D THE HIV PROJECT CENTRE PRIMARY CARE MENTOR PROGRAM: FINAL EVALUATION Berger, P'; Rachlis, A2; Peter, A2; Hettiarachchi, D2; Klein, A3; Tipping, J4; 'Wellesley Hosp; 2Sunnybrook Health Science Centre; 'Mount Sinai Hosp; 'University of Toronto, Canada 18:00 135B/D A MODEL OF STANDARDIZED RESOURCES FOR HEALTH CARE WORKERS Wood, BR; West, E; Nichols, C; EC Wood Found, USA 18:15 136B/D CARING SAFELY FOR PEOPLE WITH HIV OR AIDS: RESOURCES FOR SAFEGUARDING NONPROFESSIONAL CAREGIVERS Shotton, P; de Burger, R; Canadian Public Health Association, Canada 18:30 137B/D DEVELOPING SUPPORT STRUCTURES FOR HIV/AIDS PASTORAL CARE PROVIDERS Fuller, J; Vitillo, RJ; National Catholic AIDS Network, USA 18:45 138B/0D THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS CARE ON THE HOME LIVES OF HEALTH WORKERS: FINDINGS FROM THE MOMS STUDY Miller, D; Gillies P; University of Nottingham, UK Room 7 (501) TRACK A: Basic Science AS24: Virus Specific Humoral Immunity Chairs: Jose Esparza (WHO) Toshitada Takemori (Japan) 17:30 139A A MINIANTIBODY TO HIV NEUTRALIZES HIV STRAINS Levi, M; Hinkula, J; Ruden, U; Osterhaus, A; Wigzell, H; Wahren, B; Karolinska Institute, Sweden 17:45 140A BINDING, ADCC AND NEUTRALIZATION OF PRIMARY HIV-1 ISOLATES BY HIGH AFFINITY CROSS-LINKING OF GP41 TO HUMAN MACROPHAGE FC IGG RECEPTOR USING BISPECIFIC ANTIBODY Mabondzo, A; Deo, Y'; Graziano, R'; Raoul, H; Le Naour, R; Romet-Lemonne, JL'; Dormont, D; SSA/ DSV, CEA, France; 'Medarex, USA; 2IDM, France 18:00 141A CONFORMATION-DEPENDENT gp120 ANTIBODIES DETECTED IN NATURAL INFECTION RECOGNIZE EPITOPES WITH COMMON STRUCTURAL CONSTRAINTS Lee, T-H; Lee, CN; Syu, WJ'; Essex, M; Harvard School of Public Health, USA; 'National Yang-Ming Medical College, Taiwan 18:15 142A HIV-1 STRAIN SPECIFIC B-CELL RESPONSE TO V3 LOOP DISAPPEARS FROM EARLY TO LATE STAGES OF INFECTION Schreiber, M; Wachsmuth, C; Muller, H; Lunzen, JV; Schmitz, H; Bernhard Nocht Inst f Tropical Medicine, Germany 18:30 143A A NATURALLY OCCURRING SINGLE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION WITHIN THE V3 REGION OF HIV-1 ENV PROTEIN AFFECTS THE VIRAL CELLULAR HOST RANGE AND ANTIGENIC STRUCTURE Shioda, T; Oka, S; Ida, S; Nokihara, K'; Toriyoshi, H; Mori, S; Takebe, Y2; Kimura, S; Shimada, K; Nagai, Y; Inst of Medical Science, Univ of Tokyo; 'Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology; 'Natl Inst Health, Japan 18:45 144A MOLECULAR MIMICRY BETWEEN V3 LOOP OF HIV-1 gpl20 AND ENDOGENOUS HUMAN PROTEINS Trujillo, JR; McLane, MF; Lee, T-H; Essex, M; Harvard School of Public Health, USA 36

Page  37 Monday 8 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) Room 9 (503) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS25: Detection of HIV Infection Chairs: Elizabeth M. Dax (Australia) Hidehiko Saito (Japan) 17:30 145 QUANTITATION OF PLASMA HIV-1 RNA BY BRANCHED DNA(bDNA) SIGNAL AMPLIFICATION Wilber, J; Urdea, M; Detmer, J; Kolberg J; Zanki, S; Todd, J; Chiron Corporation, USA 17:45 146 PRECISION AND POWER OF DISCRIMINATION OF A NOVEL QUANTITATIVE HIV RNA PCR ASSAY Kwok, S; Christopherson, C; McKinney, N; Mulder, J; Meyers, L'; Sninsky, J; Roche Molecular Systems; 'Research Triangle Institute, RTP, USA TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS26: HIV/AIDS among Women Chairs: Yutaka Miyazawa (Japan) Ofelia T. Monzon (Philippines) B 17:30 151C BETWEEN GENDER COMPARATIVE DYNAMICS OF BIOLOGICAL MARKERS OF HIV DISEASE PROGRESSION De Vincenzi, I'; Jadand, C2; Deveau, C2; Bucquet, D'; 'European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS; 'SEROCO, INSERM U292, France B 18:00 1478 ULTRASENSITIVE DETECTION OF HIV AND OTHER RETROVIRUSES IN PLASMA BY A NOVEL TEST FOR REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE(RT) Schipbach, J; Pyra, H; BOni, J; Swiss National Center for Retroviruses; Swiss Federal Office of Public Health; University of Zurich, Switzerland 18:15 148B A NEW SUPPLEMENTAL ASSAY FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION AND SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION OF HIV ANTIBODY AND ANTIGEN Delagneau, J-F; Basse, J-M; Morat, L; Prigent, V; Sanjuan, A; SANOFI Diagnostics PASTEUR, France 18:30 149B DIAGNOSIS OF HIV-1 INFECTION WITH WHOLE SALIVA Ishikawa, E; Ishikawa, S; Hashida, S; Hashinaka, K; Saitoh, A'; Shinagawa, H'; Takamizawa, A'; Oka, S'; Shimada, K'; Miyazaki Med College; 'Res Inst Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ; 'Res Found Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ; 'Inst Med Sci, Uni Tokyo, Japan 18:45 150B STUDY ON THE CLINICAL USEFULNESS OF URINE HIV EIA KIT Yoshihara, N'; Yamazaki, S'; Shimada, K'; Clinical Study Group; 'NIH; 'University of Tokyo, Japan 17:45 152C MATERNAL OUTCOME IN HIV-1 INFECTED UGANDAN WOMEN Mmiro, FA; Marum, L'; Nakabito, C; Bagenda, D; Owor, M; Mirembe, F; Meirik, 0'; Makerere University, Uganda; 'Case Western Reserve University, USA; 'WHO/HRP, Switzerland 18:00 153C PREDICTORS OF HIV INFECTION IN REPRODUCTIVE-AGE WOMEN IN AN AIDS EPICENTER Araba-Owoyele, LA; Truax, SR; Hughes, MJ; Makris, K; California Department of Health Services, Office of AIDS, USA 18:15 154C BARRIERS TO DRUG AND SEXUAL RISK REDUCTION AMONG WOMEN Nyamathi, AM; UCLA School of Nursing, USA 18:30 155C A PROSPECTIVE GYNECOLOGIC STUDY OF HIV-INFECTED WOMEN Hocke, C"2; Boulogne, N'; Morlat, P'; Rivel, J2; Dupon, M'; Brun, JL'; Dabis, F'; 'GECSA, University Bordeaux II, France; 2Bordeaux University Hospital, France 18:45 156C THE HIV EPIDEMIOLOGY RESEARCH STUDY (HERS) OF US WOMEN Mayer, KH; THE HERS Investigators' Executive Committee; Memorial Hospital, USA 37

Page  38 Monday 8 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS27: Vaccines and Immunotherapy NOTE Chairs: Nobuko Ikegami (Japan) Shuzo Matsushita (Japan) 17:30 1578 INCREASE OF THE CD4 COUNT AND STABILIZATION OF THE VIRAL LOAD IN 44 HIV+ ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS TREATED BY PREDNISOLONE FOR ONE YEAR Andrieu, J-M; Lu, W; Levy, R; Salerno-Goncalvez, R; Yuan, J; Eme, D; Sala, M; Lowenstein, W;Tourani, JM; Stern, M; Hopital Laennec, France 17:45 158B RHESUS MONKEYS IMMUNIZED WITH SOLUBLE RHESUS CD4 DEVELOP ANTI-CD4 ANTIBODY WITH ANTI SIVmac ACTIVITY Watanabe, M; Hibi, T; Letvin, N'; Keio University, Japan; 'Harvard Medical School, USA 18:00 1598 PHASE 1/11I TRIAL OF INTERLEUKIN-4 IN KS(ACTG 224) Miles, SA; Mitsuyasu, R; LaFleur, F'; Ryback, M'; Kasden, P2; Suckow, C'; Groopman, J4; Scadden, D4; UCLA CARE Center; 4NE, Deaconess; 2ACTG Program; 'SDAC; 'Schering Plough, USA 18:15 160B A PLACEBO CONTROLLED STUDY OF A THERAPEUTIC VACCINE, rgp 160 (VAXSYN~), FOR EARLY HIV INFECTION Tsoukas, CM; Fong, W; Gill, J; Montaner, J; Rachlis, A; Schlech, W; Cassol, S; Wainberg, M; Freedman, J; Lafreniere, R; Smith, G'; Volvovitz, F'; Canadian HIV Trials Network, Canada; 'MicroGeneSys, USA 18:30 161B EUROPEAN rgpl60 VACCINE TRIAL IN HIV-POSITIVE VOLUNTEERS Goebel, F-D; Eibl, M; Mannhalter, JW; Belshe, R; Grob, PJ; Erfle, V; Griffith, PD; The European Multinational Immuno AIDS Vaccine Study Group, Germany 18:45 162B A PHASE I GENE TRANSFER CLINICAL TRIAL OF AN HIV-1 IMMUNOTHERAPEUTIC BASED ON AUTOLOGOUS FIBROBLASTS TRANSDUCED WITH A RETROVIRAL VECTOR ENCODING HIV-1 ENV Jolly, DJ; Mento, S; Merchant, B; Peters, G; Ziegner, U; Sajjadi, N; Klump, W; Barber, J; Bohart, C; Hartnett, D; Prussak C; Galpin, J '; Warner, J; Viagene, Inc; 'Shared Medical Research Foundation, USA 38

Page  39 Monday 8 August / 19:15-20:45 EVENING SPECIAL SESSION RECENT REPORT SESSION Room 2(Main Hall) Room 7(501) ES-1 The Aldyn McKean Symposium on Long-Term Survivors Moderators: Andrew Velez ACT UP New York (USA) Wital N. Patrick Hennessey New York University Medical Center (USA) RR-1 Track A(Basic Science) and Track B(Clinical Science and Care) Related Issues Chair: Takashi Kitamura (Japan) Speakers: Ronald B. Moss Immune Response Corporation (USA) ~ <Other speakers to be announced. mrmm rrrrrrrrrMrrrrrrrrrrrrrririrrrmunrrririrrnwirinmrnnrrmirrrrrrrrrrrr rr r i i...rrrr 39

Page  40 9 AUGUST I GHI P I III88 I0I8 I Plenary Sessions 08:30-10:30 PS9 A Turning Point in AIDS Research: The Search for New Frontiers Room 1 PS10 Long-Term Non-Progressor PS11 Materno-Fetal HIV Transmission PS12 Human Rights Violations as a Barrier to Effective Policies in Prevention and Care PS13 Recent HIV/AIDS Developments Among Men Who Have Sex With Men PS14 Papillomavirus Infection and Immunosuppression PS15 HIV Destroys the Nucleolus; Future Prospect of Molecular and Cellular Biology PS16 New Molecular Technology in HIV Research Room 1 Room 1 Room 1 Room 2 Room 2 Room 2 Room 2 Poster Sessions Part 1 Abstract Sessions 11:00-12:30 Posters (Part 1) will be displayed in the Exhibition Hall from 10:00 Monday 8 August through 17:00 Tuesday 9 August. AS-28 AS-29 AS-30 AS-31 AS-32 AS-33 AS-34 AS-35 AS-36 Virus Specific Cellular Immunity Room 2 Gay and Bisexual Men-Behavioral Issues Room 3 STD (2) Room 4 Modeling, Scenario-Analysis of HIV Projection Room 5 Minority Groups and Indigenous People Room 6 Animal Models I: Primates Room 7 Organ Manifestations: Oral and Gastrointestinal Manifestation Room 8 Human Rights Issues Room 9 Molecular Epidemiology of HIV Room 10 Round-table Sessions 13:30-15:00 RT-9 RT-10 RT-11 RT-12 RT-13 RT-14 RT-15 RT-16 Molecular and Cellular Pathogenesis of HIV Room 1 Health Care Strategy for PWAs Room 2 Animal Model Room 3 Making Surveillance and Forecasting Useful Room 4 STD Case Management Room 7 Science and Ethical Issues of Preparing for HIV Vaccine Trials Room 8 Reliability and Accessibility of Testing Room 9 Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS Room 10 Special Recent Report Session 13:30-15:00 SR-2 Mother to Child Infection Room 5 40

Page  41 Tuesday Program 10th Anniversary Special Session 2 15:30-17:00 Abstract Sessions 15:30-17:00 TS-2 Current Concepts of Care and Prevention Room 1 Chair: Jonathan Mann, Harvard School of Public Health, USA Speakers: Jonathan Mann, Harvard School of Public Health, USA Juan Jacobo Hernandez, Colectivo Sol, Mexico Junsuda Suwunjundee, Wednesday Friends' Club Program on AIDS, Thailand AS-37 Epidemiology of Perinatal Infection Room 2 AS-38 Pathogenesis in vivo Room 3 AS-39 Organ Manifestations: Nervous System Room 4 AS-40 Evaluation of Prevention Programs Room 5 AS-41 Animal Models II: Non-Primates Room 7 AS-42 Vaccine: Vaccine Design Room 8 AS-43 Prognostic Markers Room 9 AS-44 Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis Room 10 SS-1 Innovative Models of Care for People Living with Room 6 HIV and AIDS AS-45 Pediatric Room 2 AS-46 Care Providers: Occupational Exposure and Room 3 Stress Management AS-47 Empowerment and Community Support for People Room 4 Living with AIDS AS-48 Organ Manifestations: Other Organ Systems Room 5 AS-49 Methodology of Surveillance for HIV/STDs Room 6 AS-50 Preventive Education Room 7 AS-51 Homosexual and Bisexual Men: Risk Factors for Room 8 Infection and Disease AS-52 HIV Receptors Room 9 AS-53 Vaccine: Clinical Studies Room 10 Special Session 15:30-17:00 Abstract Sessions 17:80-19:00 Evening Special Session Recent Report Session 198:15-20:45 ES-2 RR-2 Gender, Policy and HIV/AIDS: Action for Empowerment Room 2 Track C (Epidemiology and Prevention) and Track D (Impact, Room 7 Societal Response, and Education) related issues 41

Page  42 Tuesday 9 August / 08:30-10:30 PLENARY SESSIONS Room 1 (National Convention Hall) Room 2 (Main Hall) 08:30 PS9 08:30 PS13 Chairs: Fumimaro Takaku (Japan) Karl-Otto Habermehl (Germany) A TURNING POINT IN AIDS RESEARCH: THE SEARCH FOR NEW FRONTIERS William E. Paul, National Institutes of Health (USA) 09:00 P Chairs: Mikio Minamitani (Japan) David A. Cooper (Australia) LONG-TERM NON-PROGRESSOR David D. Ho, Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center (USA) Chairs: Seiichi Matsumoto (Japan) Jack Jagjit Singh (Malaysia) RECENT HIV/AIDS DEVELOPMENTS AMONG MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN Michael L. Tan, Health Action Information Network (Philippines) SIO 09:00 Chairs: Shudo Yamazaki (Japan) Allan Ronald (Canada) PS14 PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSION Lutz Gissmann, Loyola University Medical Center (USA) 09:30 Chairs: Kaneo Yamada (Japan) Hakima Himmich (Morocco) MATERNO-FETAL HIV TRANSMISSION Stephane Blanche, H6pital Necker (France) PS11 09:30 PS15 Chairs: Takashi Kitamura (Japan) Jay A.Levy (USA) HIV DESTROYS THE NUCLEOLUS; FUTURE PROSPECT OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY Masakazu Hatanaka, Kyoto University (Japan) 10:00 PS12 10:00 PS16 Chairs: Don de Gagne (Canada) Toshihiro Oishi (Japan) HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS AS A BARRIER TO EFFECTIVE POLICIES IN PREVENTION AND CARE Marco A. Osorio-Ramirez, Global Network of People Living with HIV and AIDS/Voz Humana A.C. (Mexico) Chairs: Kiyoshi Takatsuki (Japan) Robert Gallo (USA) NEW MOLECULAR TECHNOLOGY IN HIV RESEARCH Ashley T. Haase, University of Minnesota Medical School (USA) 42

Page  43 Tuesday 9 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK A: Basic Science AS28: Virus Specific Cellular Immunity Chairs: Christian Jassoy (Germany) Hidemi Takahashi (Japan) 11:00 163A PERSISTENTLY SERONEGATIVE MEN FROM WHOM HIV-1 HAS BEEN ISOLATED ARE GENETICALLY & IMMUNOLOGICALLY DISTINCT Detels, R; Mann, D; Wu, Z; Visscher, BR; Giorgi, JV; UCLA Sch of Public Health, Dept of Epidemiology (Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study), USA 11:15 164A HIV-SPECIFIC CTL RESPONSES AND IMMUNODOMINANT REACTIVITIES IN THE FRENCH IMMUNOCO COHORT Autran, B; Gomard, E'; Riviere, Y'; Bouley, JM; Aboulker, JP2; Katlama, C; et al; CH Pitie-Salpetriere; 'Inst Pasteur; 'CH P Brousse, France 11:30 165A CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTES IN HIV-1, HIV-2 AND DUALLY SEROPOSITIVE INDIVIDUALS Ariyoshi, K'; Cham, F'; Rowland-Jones, S2; Gotch, F'; McMichael, AJ2; Whittle, H'; 'MRC Lab, The Gambia; 2IMM, UK 11:45 166A SUPPRESSION OF HIV REPLICATION BY NORMAL CD8+ CELLS R sok, B; Asj$, B; National Virus Center, Univ of Bergen, Norway 12:00 167A HIV-1 SPECIFIC CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHCYTE(CTL) ACTIVITIES IN JAPANESE HEMOPHILIACS SEROPOSITIVE FOR HIV-1 Sugiura, W'; Okamoto, Y'; Kitamura, K'; Nakasone, T'; Yoshizaki, H'; Watanabe, K'; Sasaki, Y'; Fukushima, Y"; Takamatsu, J; Meguro, T4; Yamada, K'; Moritsugu, Y'; Yamazaki, S'; Honda, M'; 'Aids Res Cent, NIH, USA; 2Dept Bact and Blood Prod, NIH, USA; 'Nagoya Univ Hosp, Japan; 4Seibu Hosp, St Marianna Univ, Japan; 'Inst Med Sci, St Marianna Univ, Japan Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS29: Gay and Bisexual Men - Behavioral Issues Chairs: Peter Aggleton (WHO) Teishiro Minami (Japan) 11:00 1690 SEX IN SILENCE: THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF YOUNG GAY MALES Goggin, M'; Sotiropoulos, J2; 'LaTrobe University, 'Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre, Australia 11:15 1700 NEW REPRESENTATIONS OF MALE BISEXUALITY IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE PREVENTION OF AIDS Caceres, CF; IEPO, Cayetano Heredia University, Peru 11:30 1710 THE AIDS PREVENTION FOR MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN IN RIO DE JANEIRO AND SAO PAULO Terto, V; Parker, R; Quemmel, R; Sant'Anna, P; Pimenta, C; ABIA & Pela Vidda Groups, RI/SP, FHI, Brazil 11:45 1720 PAMPHLETS TARGETTING HOMOSEXUAL MEN IN FRANCE: ACCEPTANCE AND IMPACT ON RISK BEHAVIORS Pelk, G; Anguenot, M; Charfe, Y; Charvet, D; Matet, P; de Savigny, J; Varet, F; Ministere delegue de la Sante(AFLS), France 12:00 1730 HIGH RISK SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AMONG GAY MEN IN RUSSIA Issaev, DD; Bekhterev Institute, Russia 12:15 1740 THINKING IN SEX: A NEW AIDS EDUCATION STRATEGY FOR GAY MEN? Rosenthal, D'; Gold, R'; 'La Trobe University, Australia; 'Deakin University, Australia 12:15 CD8+ T CELL-MEDIATED SUPPRESSION OF HIV-1 REPLICATION IN THE PBMC OF ASYMPTOMATIC HIV-1 CARRIERS Kannagi M; Nakamura, T; Kurata T; Harada, S; Kumamoto University, Japan 168A 43

Page  44 Tuesday 9 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) Room 5 (304) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS30: STD (2) Chairs: Sadao Kamidono (Japan) Elly T. Katabira (Uganda) 11:00 175B SENSITIVITIES OF COMMERCIAL-AVAILABLE TEST KITS FOR DETECTION OF CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS Matsumoto, A; Miyashita, N; Kawasaki Med Sch, Japan 11:15 176B BOMBAY: HYPERENDEMIC FOR PPNG Shroff, HJ; Tilwe, S; Kulkarni, M; Rewankar, D; Grant Medical College, India 11:30 177B DECLINING IMPORTANCE OF B-LACTAMASE AS A CAUSE OF PENICILLIN RESISTANCE IN NEISSERIA GONORRHOEAE ISOLATED IN HONG KONG Kam, KM; Ho, KY; Cheung, MM; Chan, CB; Inst of Pathology, Hong Kong 11:45 178B OUTBREAK OF FLUOROQUINOLONE-RESISTANT NEISSERIA gonorrhoeae STRAINS IN JAPAN Tanaka, M; Matsumoto, T; Kumazawa, J; Kyushu Univ, Japan 12:00 179B CLINICAL ETIOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS OF GENITAL DISCHARGE IN MALES Ndinya-Achola, J'; Kihara, AN'; Fisher, LD2; Krone, MR'; Plummer, FA'; Holmes, KK'; 'Univ Nairobi, Kenya; 2Washington, USA; 'Manitoba, Canada 12:15 180B SYNDROMIC STD CASE MANAGEMENT IN INDIA Lal, S'; van Dam, CJ2; Bhargava, NC'; Verma, BS': 'National AIDS Control Organization, 2WHO Global Programme on AIDS/INDIA; 'Baroda, India AS31: Modeling, Scenario - Analysis of HIV Projection Chairs: Karen A. Stanecki (USA) Shigesato Takahashi (Japan) 11:00 ESTIMATION AND PROJECTION OF HIV/AIDS IN ASIA Chin, J; Univ of California, Berkeley, USA 181C 11:15 182C ESTIMATES OF HIV INFECTION LEVELS IN THE THAI POPULATION Brown, T'; Sittitrai, W2; East-West Center, USA; 'Program on AIDS, Thai Red Cross Society, Thailand 11:30 AGE-MATCHING IN SEXUAL PARTNERSHIPS AND THE SPREAD OF HIV/AIDS IN THAILAND Morris, M; Podhisita, C; Wawer, M; Mahidol University, Thailand 183C 11:45 184C MODELING THE IMPACT OF HIV DISEASE ON PATTERNS OF MORTALITY IN GAY AND BISEXUAL MEN Hogg, RS; Strathdee, SA; Craib, KJP; O'Shaughnessy, MV; Schechter, MT; Montaner, JSG; British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada 12:00 185C ESTIMATION OF AVERAGE LIFE TIME FOR JAPANESE HIV-1 INFECTED HEMOPHILIA PATIENTS Tatsunami, S; Mimaya, J'; Meguro, T; Fukuda, N2; Yago, N; Yamada, K; St Marianna Univ School of Medicine, Japan; 'Children's Hospital of Shizuoka Pref, Japan; 'National Inst of Radiological Sciences, Japan 12:15 186C ON THE EFFECTS OF AGE AND THE SUSCEPTIBLE POPULATION ON AN AGE, PERIOD AND COHORT BACKCALCULATION METHOD Verdecchia, A; Mariotto, A; Istituto Superiore di SanitY, Italy 44

Page  45 Tuesday 9 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) Room 7 (501) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS32: Minority Groups and Indigenous People Chairs: Suki Terada Ports (USA) Ron Rowell (USA) 11:00 1870D AIDS AWARENESS AMONG DAI MINORITY VILLAGERS IN RUILI, YUNNAN Liao, S-S; Sun, G; Wang, R'; Zhang, K; Zhang, J; Pan, S'; Peking Union Med College; 'Chinese Acad of Preventive Medical Science; 'Inst of Sociology, Yunnan; 'Provincial Anti-epidemic Sta, China 11:15 1880D THE MUNICIPAL PROGRAM FOR HIV-RELATED HARM REDUCTION AMONG IMMIGRANTS FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN ROME Spizzichino, Li; Gattari, P'; Zaccarelli, M'; Valenzi, C'; Casella, P'; Rezza, G'; Visco, G'; 'Ospedale Santo Spirito; 'Ospedale L Spallanzani; 'Istituto Superiore Di Sanita, Italy 11:30 1890 TRADITIONAL HEALING AND HOLISTIC CASE MANAGEMENT FOR AMERICAN INDIANS Duran, BES; Bellymule, G; Geren, T; National Native American AIDS Prevention Center, Ahalaya Project, USA 11:45 1900D GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE USE AND INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS UPON SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR IN AN ABORIGINAL POPULATION Myers, T; Calzavara, L; Bullock, S; Cockerill, R; Marshall, V; University of Toronto, Canada 12:00 1910D ETHNOCULTURAL COMMUNITIES FACING AIDS: CHINESE & SOUTH ASIAN IMMIGRANTS' RISK BEHAVIOURS IN VANCOUVER Manson Singer, S; Willms, DG; Adrien, A; Godin, G; Cappon, P; Maticka-Tyndale, E; University of British Columbia; McMaster University; McGill University; Laval University; Laurentian University; University of Windsor, Canada 12:15 1920 SEASONAL MIGRATION AND ITS RELATION TO HIV TRANSMISSION IN WESTERN NEPAL Suvedi, BK; Gurubacharya, VL; Thapa, K; National AIDS Centrol Project, Nepal TRACK A: Basic Science AS33: Animal Models I: Primates Chairs: Yoichiro Iwakura (Japan) Helga Riibsamen-Waigmann (Germany) 11:00 193A PATHOGENICITY AND INFECTIVITY OF HIV-2 IN MACAQUES McClure, J'; Scheibel, M'; Anderson, D2; Steele, J2; Misher, L'; Morton, W'; Hu, S-L'; 'Bristol-Myers Squibb; 'University of Washington RPRC, USA 11:15 194A RECTAL AND VAGINAL EXPOSURE OF MACAQUES TO MONKEY CELL GROWN SIV Le Grand, R'; Nadal, M'; Cheret, A'; Vaslin, B'; Roques, P'; Gras, G'; Theodoro, F'; Aubertin, AM2; Dormont, D'; 'CEA, DSV/DPTE/SSA, France; 'Universite Louis Pasteur, France 11:30 195A INFECTION OF RHESUS MACAQUES WITH T-CELL-LINE TROPIC AND MACROPHAGE-TROPIC SHIVs Cheng-Mayer, C'; Levy, JA'; Luciw, PA'; 'Univ of Calif, San Francisco; 'Univ of Calif, Davis, USA 11:45 196A HIV-1 ENV VARIATION IN MACAQUE MONKEYS INFECTED WITH AN SIVMAC CHIMERIC VIRUS HAVING HIV-1 ENV Igarashi, T; Kuwata, T; Takehisa, J; Miura, T; Komatsu, T'; Okada, M; Mukai, R'; Adachi, A; Hayami, M; Inst for Virus Research, Kyoto University; 'National Institute of Health, Japan 12:00 197A INFECTION OF MACACA NEMESTRINA LEONINA BY HIV-1 Agy, MB'; Florey, M'; Schmidt, A'; Lapin B2; Katze, M'; Morton, W'; 'University of Washington, USA; 'Institute of Medical Primatology, Russia 12:15 198A DEVELOPMENT OF HIV-1/CHIMPANZEE DISEASE MODEL FOR VACCINE STUDY Shibata, R; Broscius, C; Rizvi, T2; Israel, Z'; Satterfield, WC'; Hoggan, MD; Rimsky-Clarke, L'; Matthews, T'; Nigida, SM; Arthur, LO; Lane, HC; Schultz, A; Martin, MA; NIAID/NIH; 2Anderson Cancer Center; 'Coulston foundation; 'Duke Univ, USA 45

Page  46 Tuesday 9 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) Room 9 (503) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS34: Organ Manifestations: Oral and Gastrointestinal Manifestation Chairs: John S. Greenspan (USA) Hiroko Sagara (Japan) 11:00 199B LATENT MEMBRANE PROTEIN SEQUENCE VARIATION IN EBV STRAINS FROM HAIRY LEUKOPLAKIA Palefsky, JM; Berline, J; Lennette, E'; Penaranda, ME; Greenspan, D; Greenspan, JS; University of California, San Francisco; 'Virolab Inc, USA 11:15 200B ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ORAL ULCERS AND ZALCITABINE Greenspan, D; Hilton, JF'; Canchola, AJ; MacPhail, LA; Oral AIDS Center; 'Universtiy of California, San Francisco, USA 11:30 2018 RISK FACTORS FOR HIV-RELATED OROFACIAL MANIFESTATIONS IN CHILDREN Ramos-Gomez, FJ'; Hilton, JF; Canchola, AJ; Greenspan, D; Greenspan, JS; Maldonado, YA; 'Stanford University, USA; 'University of California, San Francisco, USA 11:45 2028 ORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HIV INFECTION IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Arthur Nouel, A; STDC, Dominican Republic 12:00 203B ENTERIC PATHOGENS AND DIARRHEA IN HIV INFECTION Weber, R; Sauer, B; Meister, T; Ammann, R; Briner, J; Altwegg, M; Pfyffer, G; Kaiser, L'; Chave, JP'; Liithy, R; University Hospital of Zurich; ' University Hospital of Geneva; 'University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland 12:15 204B ENTEROPATHOGENS IN GASTROINTESTINAL DYSFUNCTION IN PEDIATRIC HIV Ramos, AG; Saavedra, J; Wu, T; Bobo, L; Viscidi, R; Livingston, R; Hutton, N; Perman, J; Yolken, R; Johns Hopkins Univ, USA TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS35: Human Rights Issues Chairs: Eric L. Sawyer (USA) Isomi Suzuki (Japan) 11:00 2050 FROM CONCEPTS TO ACTION: THE AIDS; HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROJECT Petitgirard, A; Mann, JM'; Tomasevski, K2; Gilmore, N3; IFRC, Switzerland; 'GAPC; 2DCHR; 'McGill Univ 11:15 2060 HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS AND AIDS:TWO PARALLEL PUBLIC HEALTH EPIDEMICS Panebianco, S; del Rio, C; Baez-Villasefior, J; Uribe, P; Morales, G; CONASIDA(National AIDS Council), Mexico 11:30 2070 MANDATORY HIV-ANTIBODY TESTING OF NEWBORNS & PREGNANT WOMEN: A PUBLIC POLICY & LEGAL ANALYSIS Cooper, E; Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger and Vecchione, USA 11:45 2080 VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF HOMOSEXUALS IN JAPAN Nakagawa, S'; Morino, Y2; Kazama, T'; 'Musashino Lawyers Office; 'Ikebukuro Lawyers Office; 'Assoc for the Lesbian & Gay Movement (OCCUR), Japan 12:00 LEGAL EDUCATION - MEANS TO EMPOWER WOMEN Kalyango SN; CONCERN, Uganda 209D 12:15 2100 PROHIBITING AIDS DISCRIMINATION BY FUNERAL HOMES Wojcik, ME; The John Marshall Law School, USA 46

Page  47 Tuesday 9 August /11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS36: Molecular Epidemiology of HIV NOTE Chairs: Jose Esparza (WHO) Yutaka Takebe (Japan) 11:00 211C MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV-1 INFECTIONS IN ASIA Takebe, Y; Sato, H; Oka, S'; Miyakuni, T2; Imai, M'; Pau, C-P4; Ou, C-Y4; Weniger, BG4; Kimura, S'; Shimada, K'; Yamazaki, S; AIDS Research Center, NIH; 'Univ of Tokyo; 'Naha Hospital; 'Kanagawa Inst of Public Health, Japan; 'CDC, USA 11:15 212C HIV-EPIDEMIC IN ASIA: GENETIC ANALYSIS OF HIV-1/HIV-2 MIXED INFECTIONS IN INDIA REVEALS A RECENT SPREAD OF HIV-1 AND HIV-2 FROM A SINGLE ANCESTOR FOR EACH OF THESE VIRUSES Riibsamen-Waigmann, H; Dietrich, U; von Briesen, H; Mahambre, G; Maniar, JK; Delwart, EL; Mullins, JI; Grez, M; BAYER AG, Georg-Speyer-Haus, Germany 11:30 213C IDENTIFICATION OF THE NEW HIV-1 H SUBTYPE IN RUSSIA Bobkov, A; Cheingsong-Popov, R; Garaev, M; Rzhaninova, A; Mullins, J; McCutchan, F; Weber, J; et al; The DI Ivanovsky Institute of Virology, Russia 11:45 214C CHARACTERIZATION OF HIV-1 FROM ROMANIA Holm-Hansen, C; Grothues, D'; R$sok, B; Rustad, S; Pascu, R'; Asj6, B; University of Bergen, Norway; 'EMBL, Germany; 'University of Tirgu Mures, Romania 12:00 215C HIV-1 SUBTYPES IN CAMEROON Nkengasong, JN; Janssens, W; Heyndrickx, L; Ndumbe, P'; Fransen, K; Leonaers, A; Motte, J; Ngolle, M2; Ayuk, J2; Piot, P; van der Groen, G; Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium; 'Faculty of Medicine; 'Military Hospital, Cameroon 12:15 216C HIV INFECTION AND HIV-1 SUBTYPES AMONG HETEROSEXUAL COUPLES IN THAILAND Kunanusont, C"'; Foy, HM'; Kreiss, JK'; Rerks-Ngarm, 5'; Phanuphak, P3; Raktham, S4; Pau, C5; Young, NL'; Kunasol, P'; 'Ministry of Public Health, Thailand; 'University of Washington, USA; 'Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; 'Bangkok Metropolitan Authority, Thailand; 'Centers for Disease Control, USA; 6HIV/ AIDS Collaboration, Thailand 47

Page  48 Tuesday 9 August / 18:30-15:00 ROUND-TABLE SESSIONS m m RT-9 Room 1 (National Convention Hall) RT-11 Room 3 (301 + 302) MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR PATHOGENESIS OF HIV Moderators: Cecilia Cheng-Mayer Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center (USA) Takashi Okamoto Nagoya City University Medical School (Japan) Speakers: Eva M. Fenyo Karolinska Institute (Sweden) B. Matija Peterlin University of California, San Francisco (USA) Mario Stevenson University of Nebraska Medical Center (USA) RT-10O Room 2 (Main Hall) HEALTH CARE STRATEGY FOR PWAs Moderators: Toshihiro Oishi OCCUR (Japan) Freddie Teo Tiong Hien Asia-Pacific Network of People Living with AIDS (Singapore) Speakers: Juan Carlos De la Concepcion Medicine Health Education (Cuba) Sunil Carlton D'Souza Sahara House (India) Auxillia Chimusoro (Zimbabwe) ANIMAL MODEL Moderators: Karl-Otto Habermehl Free University of Berlin (Germany) Masanori Hayami Kyoto University (Japan) Speakers: Patricia Fultz The University of Alabama at Birmingham (USA) Hideto Kaneshima SyStemix, Inc. (USA) Reinhard Kurth Paul-Ehrlich-Institut (Germany) RT-12 Room 4 (303) MAKING SURVEILLANCE AND FORECASTING USEFUL Moderators: Jean B. Brunet European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS (France) James Curran Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA) Speakers: James Chin University of California, Berkeley (USA) Thierry Merten WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Kumnuan Ungchusak Ministry of Public Health (Thailand) 48

Page  49 Tuesday 9 August / 18:30-15:00 ROUND-TABLE SESSIONS RT-13 Room 7 (501) STD CASE MANAGEMENT Moderators: Jorma Paavonen University of Helsinki (Finland) Allan Ronald University of Manitoba (Canada) Speakers: Subhash Hira MGM Medical College (India) Hiroyuki Kojima Japanese Red Cross Medical Center (Japan) Ibra Ndoye National AIDS Committee, IHS Dakar (Senegal) RT-15 Room 9 (503) RELIABILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY OF TESTING Moderators: Gerald Schochetman Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA) Hiko Tamashiro WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Speakers: Gunnel Biberfeld Karolinska Institute (Sweden) Souleymane Mboup Universite de Dakar (Senegal) Ofelia Monzon Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (Philippines) RT-16 Room 10 (Ballroom Intercontinental) REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND HIV/AIDS Moderators: Joyce Hunter New York State Psychiatric Institute (USA) Jeanette Slootbeek Women and AIDS Network (the Netherlands) Speakers: Mabel Bianco Fundacion para Estudio e Investigacion de la Mujer (Argentina) Purnima Mane WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (India) Pearl Nwashili STOPAIDS Organization (Nigeria) RT-14 Room 8 (502) SCIENCE AND ETHICAL ISSUES OF PREPARING FOR HIV VACCINE TRIALS Moderators: Jose Esparza WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Rodney Hoff National Institutes of Health (USA) Speakers: Natth Bhamarapravati Mahidol University at Salaya (Thailand) Derek Hodel Gay Men's Health Crisis, Inc. (USA) Edward Mbidde Mulago Hospital (Uganda) 49

Page  50 Tuesday 9 August 13:30-15:00 15:30-17:00 SPECIAL RECENT REPORT SESSION TENTH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL SESSION Room 5(304) Room 1(National Convention Hall) SR-2 TS-2 Mother to Child Infection Current Concepts of Care and Prevention Moderators: Kaneo Yamada St. Marianna University Hospital (Japan) Joep Lange WHO Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Speakers: James F. Balsley National Institutes of Health (USA) Chair: Jonathan Mann Harvard University of Public Health (USA) Speakers: Jonathan Mann Harvard University of Public Health (USA) Juan Jacobo Hernandez Colectivo Sol (Mexico) Junsuda Suwunjundee Wednesday Friends' Club, Program on AIDS (Thailand) 50

Page  51 Tuesday 9 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS37: Epidemiology of Perinatal Infection Chairs: Takashi Kawana (Japan) Dirk Mentzer (Germany) 15:30 217C PREGNANCIES, CONTRACEPTION AND CONDOM USE IN A COHORT OF 414 HIV INFECTED WOMEN De Vincenzi, I'; Jadand, C2; Zagury, P'; Deveau, C2; Bucquet, D2; 1European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS, 2INSERM U292, France 15:45 218C LATE POSTNATAL MOTHER-TO-CHILD HIV TRANSMISSION IN ABIDJAN, COTE D'IVOIRE Ekpini, E'; Wiktor, SZ1'2; Sibailly, T'; Diaby, L'; Brattegaard, K'; Whitaker, Pl'2; George, R2;Ou, C-Y2; DeCock, KM"2;Greenberg, AE"1,2; 1Projet RETRO-CI, Cote d'Ivoir; 2CDC, USA 16:00 219C MOTHER TO CHILD HIV-1 TRANSMISSION IN UGANDA Marum, LH; Guay, L; Mmiro, F'; Nakabito, C'; Kalyesubula, I'; Ndugwa, C'; Olness, K; Jackson, JB; Case Western Reserve University, USA; 'Makerere University, Uganda 16:15 220C MORTALITY AMONG CHILDREN BORN TO HIV INFECTED MOTHERS Tindyebwa, D'; Marum, L2; Ndugwa, C'; Aceng, E'; Bagenda, D'; Olness, K2; Mmiro, F'; 'Makerere University, Uganda; 2Case Western Reserve University, USA 16:30 221C HIV-1 VERTICAL TRANSMISSION IN BANGKOK, THAILAND Chotpitayasunondh, T; Chearskul, S'; Siriwasin, W2; Roongpisuthipong, A'; Young, N'; Shaffer, N'4; Children's Hospital; 'Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol Univ; 2Rajvithi Hospital, MOPH; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 'CDC, USA 16:45 222C SURVIVAL AMONG HIV-1 PERINATALLY-INFECTED INFANTS, BANGKOK, THAILAND Chearskul, S; Chotpitayasunondh, T'; Wanprapa, N; Sangtaweesin, V'; Teeraratkul, A'; Tuchinda, M; Shaffer, N2'3; Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol Univ; 'Children's Hospital, MOPH; 2HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 'CDC, USA Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK A: Basic Science AS38: Pathogenesis in vivo Chairs: Takeshi Kurata (Japan) Ronald Penny (Australia) 15:30 223A ASSOCIATION OF COMPLEMENT-FIXING AUTOANTIBODIES WITH CD4+ LYMPHOCYTE DEPLETION IN HIV-INFECTED HEMOPHILIA PATIENTS Daniel, V; Stisal, C; Weimer, R; Zipperle, S; Kropelin, M; Zimmermann, R'; Huth-Kthne, A'; Opelz, G; Univ of Heidelberg; 'Rehabilitation Hospital and Hemophilia Center Heidelberg, Germany 15:45 224A MAJOR EXPANSION OF CD8+ T LYMPHOCYTES WITH A PREDOMINANT V, USAGE DURING PRIMARY IMMUNE RESPONSE TO HIV Pantaleo, G; Demarest, JF; Soudeyns, H; Graziosi, C; Shaw, GM; Sekaly, RP; Fauci, AS; NIAID, NIH, USA; IRCM; Univ of Alabama, USA 16:00 225A PHENOTYPIC AND GENOTYPIC VARIATIONS OF HIV-1 FROM RAPID PROGRESSOR AND SLOWER PROGRESSOR IN INJECTING DRUG USERS Yu, X; Wang, W; Farzadegan, H; Margolick, J; Astemborski, J; Vlahov, D; Johns Hopkins University, USA 16:15 226A IMMUNOPATHOGENESIS OF DEMENTIA AND SENSORY NEUROPATHY IN AIDS Yoshioka, M; Shapshak, P2; Nagano, 11"2; Srivastava, A'; Stewart, R2; Nakamura, S'; Xin, K; Bradley, W2; Sun, N4; Itoyama, Y'; 'Tohoku Univ, Japan; 2Univ of Miami; 'WRAIR; 4UCLA, USA 16:30 227A BASIC SCIENCE ON HIV INFECTION: A REPORT FROM THE FRONT Gonsalves, G; Treatment Action Group, USA 16:45 228A LOW INFECTION RATE OF MATURE INTERDIGITATING DENDRITIC CELLS IN HIV+ PATIENT SPLEENS Mcllroy, D; Autran, B; Cheynier, R'; Oksenhendler, E2; Wain-Hobson, S'; Debre, P; Hosmalin, A; Hosp La Pitie-Salpetriere; 'Institut Pasteur; 2Hosp St Louis, Paris, France 51

Page  52 Tuesday 9 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) Room 5 (304) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS39: Organ Manifestations: Nervous System Chairs: Tamotsu Miyazaki (Japan) Mitsuhiro Osame (Japan) 15:30 22! DELAYED HEMORRHAGE AFTER BRAIN BIOPSY IN AIDS PATIENTS Manner, CE'; Gildenberg, PL"'; Gathe, Jr, J'; 'Park Plaza Hosp, USA; 'Houston Stereotactic Center, USA 15:45 231 RESULTS OF CEREBRAL BIOPSY IN AIDS PATIENTS Gildenberg, PL"'; Gathe, Jr, J'; Kim, JH'; 'Houston Stereotactic Center, USA; 'Park Plaza Hospital, USA; Chonnam University, Korea 16:00 23 EVALUATION OF A NEW SELF-SCREENING CHART FOR CYTOMEGALOVIRUS (CMV) RETINITIS IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Teich, SA; Saltzman, B; Beth Israel Medical Center, USA 16:15 23 PILOT STUDY OF THE EFFICACY OF ATEVIRIDINE IN AIDS DEMENTIA COMPLEX(ADC) Brew, BJ; Dunbar, N; Druett, J; National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, Australia 16:30 23 COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE AND SPECT FINDINGS Tozzi, V; Balestra, P; Galgani, S; Narciso, P; Pau, F; Pigorini, F; Sette, P; Visco, G; L Spallanzani Hospital, Italy TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS40: Evaluation of Prevention Programs Chairs: Alexandre Berlin (Luxembourg) Gen Ohi (Japan) 9B 15:30 235C PWA PEER COMMUNICATION IN A COUNTRY HARD HIT BY HIV/AIDS Wangalwa, S; Nakazibwe, M; Nabwiso, F; Ofwono, E; AIDS Information Centre, Uganda OB 15:45 236C IMPACT OF AIDS EDUCATION ON KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR OF STREET YOUTH IN BRAZIL 3 Pinto, J'; Rafaelli, M'; Andrade, J'; Greco, M'; Antunes, C'; Halsey, N2; Greco, DB'; 'Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA I I1B 16:00 237C EVAL OF A TRIBALLY BASED TRI-RACIAL HIV/AIDS ED PREV DEMONSTRATION PROG IN RURAL NC Locklear, CR; Sampson, CS; Tuscarora Tribe of NC, USA 2B 16:15 238C AFRO-BRAZILIAN CULTS AND AIDS: EVALUATION OF INTERVENTION Pinel, A'; Inglesi, E2; de Oxum, F'; Picazio, C'; 'Genos Internacional; 'Secretariat of Health/SP; 'GECAIDS International, Brazil 3B 16:45 234B SPECT PATTERNS IN HIV ENCEPHALOPATHY: A STUDY IN 50 PATIENTS Moulin, T'; Snidaro, MH'; Mas, J2; Chopard, JL'; Valet, B'; Cellule SIDA-CHU; 'Besancon University-Hospital, France 16:30 239C HIV/AIDS PEER EDUCATION FOR THAI MILITARY CONSCRIPTS Nopkesorn, T'; Sangkaromya, S'; Mastro, TD'"; Chinvarasopak, W; Laosakkitiboran, J2; Teppa, T'; Buadit, N'; 'Kai Somdej Pranaresuan Hospital; 'HIV/ AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 'CDC, USA; 4PATH, Thailand 16:45 240C IMPACT OF A SOCIAL SUPPORT CLUB FOLLOWING HIV COUNSELING AND TESTING (CT), UGANDA, 1993-1994 Marum, E'; Gumisiriza, E'; Moore, M'; Onen, J2; 'CDC/ USAID; 2AIC/PTC, Uganda; 'CDC, USA 52

Page  53 Tuesday 9 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) TRACK B/D: Clinical Science and Care/Impact, Societal Response and Education SS1: Innovative Models of Care for People Living with HIV and AIDS Chair: Robert Voigt (Canada) SS2 Speakers: Gustavo Gonzales Canali H6pital de l'Institut Pasteur, France SS3 Marcio Soares Serra University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil SS4 Catherine Smith The FACTS Health Coordination Centre, UK SS5 Noboru Takata Hiroshima University Hospital, Japan Room 7 (501) TRACK A: Basic Science AS41: Animal Models II: Non-Primates Chairs: Myron Essex (USA) Hideto Kaneshima (USA) 15:30 241A MACROPHAGE-TROPIC HIV CAUSES UNIQUE PATTERNS OF CD4 T CELL DEPLETION IN LYMPH NODES OF HUMAN-PBLSCID MICE Mosier, DE; Gulizia, RJ; Lin, Y; Rochford, R; TennerRacz, K; Racz, P; Sieburg, HB; The Scripps Research Institute, USA; Bernhard Nocht Institut fur Tropenmedizin, Germany; Univ California, San Diego, USA 15:45 242A IMMUNE ACTIVATION INDUCES HIV GENE EXPRESSION IN TRANSGENIC MICE CARRYING THE HIV GENOME Iwakura, Y; Ozaki, H; Hasegawa, C; Asano, M; Tanaka, S; University of Tokyo, Japan 16:00 243A RECONSTITUTION OF SCID MICE WITH MACAQUE AND CHIMPANZEE LYMPHOCYTES Fultz, P; Schwiebert, RS; May, P; Wei, Q; University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA 16:15 244A A NEW SCID-HU MODEL FOR SYSTEMIC AND MULTITISSULAR HIV INFECTION Cesbron, JY; Agut, H'; Raphael, M'; Gosselin, B2; Puech, F2; Autran, B'; et al; Inst Pasteur; 'H6p PitieSalpetriere; 'CHRU Lille, France 16:30 245A LATENT HIV INFECTION IN HUMAN CD4 TRANSGENIC MICE Forte, P; Aiuti, A; Simeoni, L; Uccini, S; Stopacciaro, A; Verani, P'; Rossi, GB'; Federico, M'; Fantoni, A; University di Roma "La Sapienza"; 'Ist Sup Sanity, Italy 16:45 246A PREVENTION OF HIV INFECTION BY ANTI-HIV NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY IN SCID/HU:PBL MICE Okamoto, Y; Ogura, A'; Amagai, T'; Sasaki, Y'; Nakasone, T; Kitamura, K; Katsura, Y; Asano, T', Honda, M; AIDS Res Cent, NIH; 'Dept of Vet Sci, NIH; 'Meiji Coll of Oriental Med; 'Dept of Safety Res on Biologics, NIH; Chest Disease Res Inst, Kyoto Univ, Japan SS1 Robert Voigt St. Paul's Hospital, Canada 53

Page  54 Tuesday 9 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) Room 9 (503) TRACK A: Basic Science AS42: Vaccine: Vaccine Design Chairs: Dani P. Bolognesi (USA) Mitsuo Honda (Japan) 15:30 247A PROTECTIVE IMMUNITY IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS IMMUNIZED WITH CANARY POX HIV-2 VACCINES Biberfeld, G2; Andersson, S'; Putkonen, P'; Thorstensson, R'; Makitalo, B'; Franchini, G2; Tartaglia, J'; Paoletti, E3; 'Karolinska Institute; Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control, Sweden; 2LTCB, NCI, NIH; 'Virogenetics, USA 15:45 248A ADENO-HIV PRIMING & SUBUNIT BOOST: SECOND GENERATION AIDS VACCINES Natuk, R'; Robert-Guroff, M2; Lubeck, M'; Steimer, K3; Gallo, R 2; Eichberg, J '; ' Wyeth - Ayerst, Radnor; 2 NCI; 'Chiron Corp, USA 16:00 249A LIVE RECOMBINANT MENGO VIRUS VACCINES INDUCE PROTECTIVE HUMORAL AND CELLULAR IMMUNE RESPONSES Altmeyer, R'; Escriou, N'; Saron, MF2; Mimic, V'; van der Werl, S'; Girard, M2; Institut Pasteur, France 16:15 250A HIV-PND-INSERTED SECRETORY PROTEIN SYSTEM OF RECOMBINANT BCG VECTOR CAN EFFECTIVELY INDUCE IMMUNE RESPONSE TO JAPANESE CONSENSUS HIV Honda, M; Matsuo, K'; Kitamura, K; Nakasone, T; Okamoto, Y; Watanabe, K; Yoshizaki, H; Fukushima, Y; Sugiura, W; Tasaka, H2; Yamazaki, A'; Moritsugu, Y; Yamada, K'; Yamazaki, S; NIH, Japan; 'Ajinomoto Co Inc; 'Hiroshima Univ; 'Saint Marianna Med Univ, Japan 16:30 251A HIV-1 ENV SPECIFIC KILLER LYMPHOCYTES IN MACAQUE MONKEYS INFECTED WITH SIVmac HIV-1 CHIMERIC VIRUSES Yamamoto, H; Igarashi, T'; Ami, Y2; Komatsu, T'; Shibata, R'; Kuwata, T'; Adachi, A'; Shida, H'; Tanaka, M; Hayami, M'; Toyama Med & Pharma Univ; 'Inst Virus Res, Kyoto Univ; 'Nat Inst Health, Japan TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS43: Prognostic Markers Chairs: Jay A. Levy (USA) Junki Takamatsu (Japan) 15:30 253B PLASMA HIV RNA PREDICTS CLINICAL OUTCOME ON AZT THERAPY Vahey, MT; Mayers, DL; Wagner, KF; Chung, RCY; Weislow, OS; Zhou, S; Burke, DS; RV43 STUDY GROUP MMCARR, USA 15:45 254B PLASMA HIV RNA AND p2 MICROGLOBULIN AS SURROGATE MARKERS O'Brien, WA; Hartigan, PM; McCreedy, B; Hamilton, JD; VAMC, USA 16:00 255B HIV-1 VIRAL LOAD IN PATIENTS WITH LOW CD4 CELL COUNTS WITH OR WITHOUT CLINICAL SYMPTOMS OF AIDS Izopet, J; Massip, P; Lheritier, D; Mansuy, JM; Puel, J; CHU Toulouse, France 16:15 256B PHENOTYPIC PROFILE OF HIV LYMPH NODES AND TONSILS USING QUANTITATIVE IMAGE ANALYSIS Turnicky, R; Anderson, D; Nau, M; Zhao, F; Coates, J; Mayers, D; Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, USA 16:30 257B OPSONOPHAGOCYTIC DYSFUNCTION IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Ono, Y'; Kimura, S; Oka, S; Shimada, K; Kunii, O; Kanegasaki, S; Goldstein, E; 'Teikyo University, Japan 16:45 258B INHIBITION BY AUTOLOGOUS SERUM AND INDUCTION BY T CELL ACTIVATION OF SYNCYTIA INDUCING (SI) HIV-1 Grunow, R; von Overbeck, J; Bettens, F; Pichler, WJ; Inst Clin Immunol, Switzerland 16:45 PRECLINICAL EVALUATION OF AN ORAL HIV VACCINE CANDIDATE Lu, Y; et al; Virus Research Institute, USA 252A 54

Page  55 Tuesday 9 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS44: Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS and NOTE Tuberculosis Chairs: Charoen Chuchottaworn (Thailand) Toru Mori (Japan) 15:30 259C THE IMPACT OF HIV ON TUBERCULOSIS IN 10 AFRICAN COUNTRIES Binkin, N; Cantwell, M; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA 15:45 260C INCREASE OF ANNUAL RISK OF TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION IN ABIDJAN, COTE D'IVOIRE, DURING THE EMERGENCE OF HIV EPIDEMIC 1986-1993 Coulibaly, IM'; Doulhourou, C'; Coulibaly, A2; Peyre, M"; Traore, M'; Msellati, P4; 'Ivoirian National Tuberculosis Program, Antituberculosis Centers; 2National Institute of Public Health, 'Projet Sante Abidjan(French Cooperation); 4ORSTOM, Cote d'Ivoire 16:00 261C INCREASING HIV-RELATED TUBERCULOSIS BURDEN IN CHIANGRAI, THAILAND Uthaivoravit, W; Panich, V; Yanai, H; Sawanpanyalert, P; Chaimanee, B; Limpakarnjanarat, K; Chiangrai Regional Hospital, Thailand 16:15 262C MULTIRRESISTANT M tb AMONG PERSONS LIVING WITH HIV IN MEXICO Garcia, ML; Valdespino, JL; Balandrano, S; Palacios, MM; Garcia, SC; Mayar, ME; Sepilveda, J;Balandrano, S; INDRE SCD, Secretariat of Health, Mexico 16:30 263C RISK FOR TUBERCULOSIS AMONG A COHORT OF FEMALE PROSTITUTES IN THAILAND Mastro, TD"2; Limpakarnjanarat, K'; Utaivoravit, W'; Korattana, S'; Young, N'2; Weniger, BG"2; Nieburg, PI 2; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 2CDC, USA; 'Chiang Rai Regional Hosp, Thailand 16:45 264C TUBERCULOSIS AND HEALTH CARE WORKERS WITH AIDS Ciesielski, C; Jones, J; Fleming, P; Ward, J; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), USA 55

Page  56 Tuesday 9 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS45: Pediatric Chairs: Akira Shirahata (Japan) Kazuhiro Ueda (Japan) 17:30 2658 HUMORAL PARAMETERS IN VERTICAL HIV TRANSMISSION Gras, G'; Mabondzo, AM'; Beyssen, V'; Rostocker, J'; Marce, D'; Parnet-Mathieu, F2; Herve, F'; Courpotin, C4; Dormont, D'; 'CEA/CRSSA; 2Centre d' Hemobioogie Perinatale; 'CHU Saint Antoine; 4H6pital Trousseau, France 17:45 266B EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF HIV BY PCR IN INFANTS ENROLLED IN WITS Bremer, JW; Carrington, J '; Cooper, E'; Hillyer, G3; Hoff, R4; Mendez, H '; Moye, Jf; Pitt, fJ; Rich, K$; Rush-Presbyterian-St Luke's; 'NERI, Watertown; 2Boston City Hospital; 'University of Puerto Rico; 4NIAID, 'SUNY-Brooklyn; 'NICHD; 'Columbia College P&S; "U of Illinois, USA 18:00 2678 SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY FOR DETECTION OF HIV-1 ANTIBODIES USING AN ORAL COLLECTION DEVICE IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Febo, I; Diaz, C; Rivera, C; Martin, M; Hillyer, G; Toledo, N; Puerto Rico 18:15 268B CONTROLLED TRIAL OF TOLERANCE AND EFFICACY OF ZIDOVUDINE (ZDV) AT STANDARD AND LOW DOSE IN CHILDREN (ACTG 128) Brady, M; McGrath, N; Brouwers, P; Gelber, R; Fowler, M; Weintrub, P; The Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trials Group; The NICHD Pediatric HIV Centers, USA 18:30 269B ACTG 153:A MULTICENTER PHASE I STUDY OF ALPHAINTERPHERON IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN Diaz, C; Yogev, R; Culnane, M; Rogers, A; Van Dyke, R; Fenton, T; AIDS Clinical Trials Group; DAIDS; NIAID; NIH, USA 18:45 2708 PEDIATRIC AIDS IN A BRAZILIAN POPULATION:9 YEARS OF FOLLOW-UP Grumach, AS; Marques, HHS; Aquino, MZ; Sato, H; Araujo, AC; Jacob, CMA; Pastorino, AC; Sakane, PT; Okay, Y; Univ Slo Paulo; Inst A Lutz Slo Paulo, Brazil Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK B/D: Clinical Science and Care/ Impact, Societal Response and Education AS46: Care Providers: Occupational Exposure and Stress Management Chairs: Minoru Inagaki (Japan) Joichi Kumazawa (Japan) 17:30 271B/D RISK OF OCCUPATIONAL HIV INFECTION AFTER NEEDLESTICK INJURIES Ippolito, G; Puro, V; De Carli, G; The Italian Study Group on Occupational Risk of HIV Infection; 'L Spallanzani Hosp, Italy 17:45 272B/D PERCUTANEOUS INJURY SURVEILLANCE IN A 58 HOSPITAL NETWORK Jagger, J'; Blackwell, B'; Fowler, M; Carter, K,; Funderburk, S; Bradshaw, E; Swapp, J; 'Univ of Virginia, USA 18:00 2738/D UPDATE ON EC MULTICENTER STUDY OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO HIV IN HEALTH CARE WORKERS De Andres, R; Fitch, K; Perez, L; N.jera, R; The European Collaborative Study Group on Accidental Exposure to HIV; CNBCR Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain 18:15 2748/D TECHNIQUE FOR REMOVING NEEDLES FROM NON DISPENSABLE ASPIRATING SYRINGES IN DENTAL PRACTICE Mendoza, P; Bustos, P; Child, R; Dental Service of Barros LUCO Hospital, National Comission of AIDS, Chile 18:30 275B/D STRESS OF THE NURSES TAKING CARE OF AIDS PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL Atsumi, M; Negishi, M; Ajisawa, A; Oota, K; Yamaguchi, G; The Komagome Metropolitan Hospital, Japan 18:45 2768/D SUCCESSFUL STAFF BURNOUT PREVENTION: LESSONS FROM 6 MAJOR UK HIV/AIDS TREATMENT SITES Miller, D; Gillies, PAG; Elliott, CA; University of Nottingham, UK 56

Page  57 Tuesday 9 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) Room 5 (304) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS47: Empowerment and Community Support for People Living with AIDS Chairs: Suki Terada Ports (USA) Elhadj (As) Sy (Senegal) 17:30 2770D POSITIVE BUDDY: A MODEL PEER PREVENTION CASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR AND BY PEOPLE WITH HIV/ AIDS Thurnherr, MD; Moore, J; Bonk, N; Sturm, R; Test Positive Aware Network, USA 17:45 2780D FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE RISK AND DURATION OF HOSPITALIZATION OF AIDS PATIENTS Heikel, J; Himmich, H; Zahraoui, M; El Filali Marhoum, K; University Hospital Center, Morocco 18:00 2790 PWA EMPOWERMENT & LONG-TERM SURVIVAL IN AUSTRALIA Harrison, G; National Association of People with HIV/ AIDS, Australia 18:15 2800 NEIGHBORHOOD SOCIAL CENTER "POINT SOLIDARITECENTRE JEAN-FLORIAN METTETAL" Faucher, J-M; ARCAT-SIDA, France 18:30 2810 HIROSHIMA AIDS DIAL(HAD): A UNIQUE MODEL OF VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION WORKING IN A LOCAL COMMUNITY Kohno, M; Okuda, R; Takata, N; Aoyama, H; Nagao, A; Asayama, M; Ueda, K; Hiroshima AIDS Dial, Japan 18:45 2820D BUILDING ON LOCAL INITIATIVES IN PREVENTION OF STD'S/ HIV/AIDS AND CARE OF PEOPLE WITH AIDS Byangire, M; Kagwa, P; Muhumuza, C; AIDS Control Programme, Uganda TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS48: Organ Manifestations: Other Organ Systems Chairs: Donald I. Abrams (USA) Seiji Matsuda (Japan) 17:30 283B VIRAL SKIN INFECTIONS AND IMMUNODEFICIENCY IN HIV-1 INFECTION Hulsebosch, HJ; van Leeuwen, R; Univ of Amsterdam, The Netherlands 17:45 2848 PLATELET COUNT DECREASE AND PROGRESSION TO AIDS: A COHORT STUDY Galli, M; Gervasoni, C; Ridolfo, AL; Riva, A; Rusconi, S; Niero, F; Lupo, A; Galimberti, L; Meroni, L; Vezzoli, S; Murgo, L; Piconi, S; Di Marco, A; Lovicu, G'; Radice, D'; Musicco, M'; University di Milano; 'ITBACNR, Italy 18:00 285B PECULIARITIES OF SPONTANEOUS AND INDUCED TNF-a PRODUCTION IN HIV- INFECTED CHILDREN Chaldeeva, NA; Kalinina, NM; Ketlinsky, SA; Rahmanova, AG; Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Russia 18:15 286B THE VALUE OF BRONCHOSCOPY VERSUS SPUTUM IN EVALUATION OF HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Garland, J; Gathe, Jr, J; Stool, E; Piot, D; Stenoien, R; Frazier, R; Bockmon, K; Park Plaza Hosp, USA 18:30 2878 UNUSUAL OPPORTUNISTIC MICRO-ORGANISMS IN HIVINFECTED PATIENTS Gianotti, N; Ceserani, N; Guffanti, M; Uberti-Foppa, C; Lazzarin, A; Scientific Institute HS Raffaele, Italy 18:45 288B CLINICAL CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH HIV INFECTION IN THAI WOMEN Nagachinta, T'; Duerr, A2; Wanapirak, C'; Rungruengthanakit, K '; Kaewvichit, R 3; Nelson, KE 4; 'CONRAD; 'CDC, USA; 'Chiang Mai Univ, Thailand; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA 57

Page  58 Tuesday 9 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) Room 7 (501) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS49: Methodology of Surveillance for HIV/STDs Chairs: James Chin (USA) Shinobu Tatsunami (Japan) 17:30 289C TRENDS IN CRUDE PREVALENCE MAY NOT REFLECT INCIDENCE IN COMMUNITIES WITH MATURE EPIDEMICS Wawer, MJ'; Sewankambo, NK'; Gray, RH3; 'Columbia Univ, NY, USA; 2Makerere Univ, Uganda; 'Johns Hopkins Univ, USA 17:45 290C FEMALE ADOLESCENTS AS A TARGET FOR PRIMARY PREVENTION OF PERINATAL TRANSMISSION OF HIV-1 IN KINSHASA, ZAIRE Nsuami, M; Kamenga, M; Muniaka, K; Manzila, T; Matela, B; Mayala, M; Nzila, N; Projet SIDA, Zaire 18:00 291C PRENATAL HIV SCREENING: AN INDIGENOUS MODEL FOR INDIA Gogte, M; Gilada, I; Palmer Beasly, R'; Indian Health Organisation, India; 'Univ of Texas, USA 18:15 292C RAPID SCREENING FOR EARLY DETECTION OF VERTICAL HIV1 TRANSMISSION Cassol, S'; Butcher, A2; Kinard, S2; Lapointe, N'; Read, S'; Major, C'; Sy, T; O'Shaughnessy, MV'; 'B C Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada; 'Roche Molecular Systems, USA; 'The Canadian Pediatric Study Group, Canada 18:30 293C FALLING HIV PREVALENCE HIDES HIGH HIV INCIDENCE MIAMI Peterman, TA '; Zaidi, A'; Wroten, J; 'CDC; 'Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, USA 18:45 294C COMPARISON OF SEROPREVALENCE ESTIMATES BY DIRECT SEROPREVALENCE STUDIES AND BACKCALCULATION Houweling, H; Heisterkamp, SH; Wijngaarden van, JK; Wiessing, LG; Coutinho, RA; Jager, JC; Natl Instit Publ Hlth (RIVM), The Netherlands TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS50: Preventive Education Chairs: Jeannette Koijane (USA) Karen Nassser (Malaysia) 17:30 2950 DIFFERENT COURSES OF THE HIV EPIDEMIC AMONG IDUS IN 11 COUNTRIES Wodak, A '; Ball, A'; WHO Collaborative Group; 'St Vincent's Hospital, Australia; 'WHO, Programme on Substance Abuse, Switzerland 17:45 2960 OUTREACH PROGRAM FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSERS Austin, B; Hewitt, W; Mata, A; McConnell, W; Rael, M; Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, USA 18:00 2970 DRUG USERS INVOLVEMENT IN AIDS PREVENTION Rossi, D; Touze, G; Fondo de Ayuda Toxicologica, Argentina 18:15 2980 NEEDLE EXCHANGE SCHEMES: INCREASING THE POTENTIAL FOR HARM REDUCTION AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS Klee, H; Morris, J; Manchester Metropolitan University, UK 18:30 2990 THE PREVENTION OF HIV INFECTION AMONG DRUG USERS: RELEVANT PSYCHOPATHOGICAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL ISSUES Xavier da Silveira, D; Escola Paulista Medicina, Brazil 18:45 3000 SEX PARTNERS OF ALASKAN DRUG USERS: A VECTOR OF HIV TRANSMISSION BETWEEN WHITE MEN AND NATIVE WOMEN? Fenaughty, A; Cagle, H; Queen, P; Fisher, D; University of Alaska Anchorage, USA 58

Page  59 Tuesday 9 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) Room 9 (503) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS51: Homosexual and Bisexual Men: Risk Factors for Infection and Disease Chairs: Shin Isomura (Japan) John Kaldor (Australia) 17:30 301C PREDICTORS OF SEROCONVERSION IN VACCINE PREPAREDNESS STUDIES OF GAY MEN Buchbinder, S; Scheer, S; Judson, F; Douglas, J; McKirnan, D; O'Malley, P; Sheon, A; MacQueen, K; AIDS Office, San Francisco Dept of Public Health, USA 17:45 302C COMPARING OLD AND YOUNG GAY MEN IN SAN FRANCISCO AND AMSTERDAM: SUBSTANTIAL DECREASE IN RISK BEHAVIOR AND HIV PREVALENCE OVER TIME van Griensven, G; Page, K '; Veugelers, P; Keet, I; Osmond, D '; Dept of Public Health, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 'University of California, Berkeley, USA 18:00 303C HIV PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS IN JAPANESE HOMO/ BISEXUALS Isomura, S; Miyake, K; Morishita, T; Kobayashi, K; Mizokami, M; Nagoya University, Japan 18:15 304C HIV IN MEXICO: RECTAL BLEEDING, ANAL WARTS AND SHORT HEIGHT AS RISK FACTORS AMONG HOMOSEXUAL MEN Coplan, PM; Gortmaker, SL; Hernandez, M; Sepulveda, J; Mueller, NE; Harvard School of Public Health, USA; Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica, Mexico 18:30 305C PATTERNS AND TRENDS IN HIV-SEROCONVERSION IN RECENT YEARS AMONG DANISH HOMO/BISEXUAL MEN Smith, E; Jensen, L; Statens Seruminstitut, Denmark 18:45 306C A COMPARISON OF PROGNOSTIC MARKERS IN HIV SEROCONVERTERS BEFORE AND AFTER 1989 Keet, I; Veugelers, P; Koot, M; Goudsmit, J; Miedema, F; Coutinho, R; The Amsterdam Cohort Study among Homosexual Men, The Netherlands TRACK A: Basic Science AS52: HIV Receptors Chairs: Ara Hovanessian (France) Hiroshi Kido (Japan) 17:30 307A THE ROLE OF CD26 IN HIV INFECTION: VIRAL ENTRY AND ITS CYTOPATHIC EFFECT Hovanessian, AG; Marie, I; Blank, U; Cointe, D; Laurent, AG; Rey, MA; Krust, B; Jacotot, E; Callebaut, C; Institut Pasteur, France 17:45 308A INTERACTION OF CD4 WITH HLA-DR, gpl20 AND OTHER NATURAL LIGANDS Guardiola, J; Piatier-Tonneau, D '; Autiero, M; IIGB, CNR, Italy; 'UPR420, CNRS, France 18:00 IDENTIFICATION OF CANDIDATE HIV CO-RECEPTORS Sommerfelt, MA; Asj, B; University of Bergen, Norway 309A 18:15 310A NEUTRALIZATION OF CD4-INDEPENDENT HIV INFECTION BY ANTI-CARBOHYDRATE MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES Nakasone, T; Horie, R '; Shigeta, K'; Murayama, K'; Saito, T'; Kitamura, K; Yoshizaki, H; Watanabe, K; Okamoto, Y; Fukushima, Y; Sugiura, W; Yamazaki, S; Honda, M; NIH, Japan; 'Tosoh Corporation, Japan 18:30 311A MONKEY CD4 CAN SERVE AS A RECEPTOR FOR HIV-1 IN HUMAN NOT IN MONKEY CELLS; IMPLICATION FOR HUMAN COFACTOR(S) NECESSORY FOR EFFICIENT ENTRY OF HIV-1 Tatsumi, M; Morikawa, S; Sakai, K; NIH, Japan 18:45 312A INVOLVEMENT OF MEMBRANE-BOUND PROTEASES, TRYPTASE TL2 AS A BINDING PROTEIN OF V3 LOOP OF HIV1 GP120 AND CD26, FOR PATHOGENICITY OF HIV-1 Kido, H'; Niwa, Y'; Ohkubo, 12; 'The Univ of Tokushima; 2 Shiga Univ of Med Science, Japan 59

Page  60 Tuesday 9 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (BallRoom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK A: Basic Science AS53: Vaccine: Clinical Studies NOTE Chairs: Prasert Thongcharoen (Thailand) Mary Clare Walker (USA) 17:30 313A HIV-1 VACCINE DEVELOPMENT AND CLINICAL TRIALS Walker, MC; Schultz, AM; Fast, PE; Mathieson, BJ; Bradac, J; Vogel, FR; Glass, M; Wescott, S; Miller, N; NIAID, NIH, USA 17:45 314A MN rgpl20 (Genentech) VACCINE SAFE AND IMMUNOGENIC - BUT WILL IT PROTECT HUMANS? Francis, DP '; Fast, P2; Harkonen, S'; McElrath, MJ; Belshe, R'; Berman, P'; Gregory, T'; AIDS Vaccine Evaluation Group; 'Genentech, Inc, 2DAIDS, NIH; 'Univax Biologics; 'Univ Washington; 'St Louis Univ, USA 18:00 315A INDUCTION OF CTL ACTIVITY IN RESPONSE TO IMMUNIZATION OF UNINFECTED ADULT VOLUNTEERS BY A HIV-gpl60 RECOMBINANT CANARYPOXVIRUS Riviere, Y'; Janvier, G'; Fleury, B'; Autran, B2; Excler, JL'; Pialoux, G4; Salmon, D'; Siccard, D'; Paoletti, E6; Plotkin, S'; 'Inst Pasteur; 2H6p PitieSalpetriere; 'Pasteur; 'Cochin, 'PMSV, Marcy l'Etoile, France; 'Virogenetics, USA 18:15 316A NEUTRALIZATION OF PRIMARY FIELD ISOLATES OF HIV-1 FROM GLOBALLY DIVERSE CLADES Potts, BJ '; Field, K'; Hanson, C2; Mascola, J'; Wang, C'; Koff, W'; 'United Biomedical, Inc; 'Cal Pub Health; 'Walter Reed Army Inst Res, USA 18:30 317A A PHASE II HIV VACCINE TRIAL IN SERONEGATIVE SUBJECTS: SAFETY, IMMUNOGENICITY, AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS McElrath, MJ '; Corey, L'; Clements, ML; Belshe, R; Keefer, M; Graham, B; Fast, P; Matthews, T; Duliege, AM; Francis, D; The NIAID AVEG; 'Univ Washington, USA 18:45 318A PHASE 1 STUDY OF HIV-1 MN OCTAMERIC V3 PEPTIDE VACCINE IN HIV-1 NEGATIVE ADULTS Kahn, J', Richardson, J2, Murcar, N', Koff, W'; Forrest, B'; 'UCSF, 'UBI Hauppauge, USA 60

Page  61 Tuesday 8 August / 1t15 -2:45 EVENING SPECIAL SESSION RECENT REPORT SESSION Room 2(Main Hall) Room 7(501) ES-2 Gender, Policy and HIV/AIDS: Action for Empowernment Moderators: Dorothy Blake WHO Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Jacques du Guerny Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (Italy) RR-2 Track C(Epidemiology and Prevention) and Track D (Impact, Societal Response and Education) Related Issues Chair: Takashi Kitamura (Japan) Program to be announced. 61

Page  62 10 AUGUST Plenary Sessions 08:30-10:30 PS17 PS18 Psi 8 PS19 PS20 PS21 PS22 PS23 PS24 Considerations in the Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy Gene Therapy for HIV Infection Who Cares? Systematic Amplification of Hidden Community Health Structures Responding to AIDS in Southern Africa Prevention Programs for Commercial Sex Workers Promoting Health Among Out-of-School Youth Sexuality from the Perspective of an HIV-Positive Person HIV Variability and Its Implications for Pathogenesis HIV Drug Resistance: Molecular Basis and Clinical Significance Room 1 Room 1 Room 1 Room 1 Room 2 Room 2 Room 2 Room 2 Poster Sessions Part 2 Abstract Sessions 11:00-12:30 Posters (Part 2) will be displayed in the Exhibition Hall from 10:00 Wednesday 10 August through 17:00 Thursday 11 August. AS-54 AS-55 AS-56 AS-57 AS-58 AS-59 AS-60 AS-61 AS-62 Antivirals II Safety of Blood and Blood Products Opportunistic Infections: Bacterial and Viral Care Models Education Among Sex Workers Gene Regulation I: tat and rev Antiretroviral Therapy: Nucleoside Monotherapy STD Control Program Innovative School-based Education of HIV/AIDS Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6 Room 7 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10 Round-table Sessions 18:30-15:00 RT-17 RT-18 RT-19 RT-20 RT-21 RT-22 RT-23 RT-24 School-Based AIDS Education Gene Therapy Protease Inhibitor AIDS and Journalism Mucosal Immunity End-point of Clinical Trials Front-line Education for Commercial Sex Workers Nursing and Home Care and HIV Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 7 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10 Special Recent Report Session 13:30-15:00 SR-3(1) (2) HIV and Cancer HIV Transmission from HIV-Infected Persons to Their Stable Heterosexual Partners Room 5 62

Page  63 Wednesday Program 10th Anniversary Special Session 83 15:30-17:00 Abstract Sessions 15:30-17:00 TS-3 International Cooperation in the Fight Against AIDS Room 1 Opening: Norio Hattori, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan Chairs: Jean-Louis Lamboray, The World Bank, U.S.A. Fumimaro Takaku, International Medical Center of Japan, Japan Speakers: Helen Gayle, USAID, U.S.A. Lars 0. Kallings, National Institute of Public Health, Sweden Jeffrey O'Malley, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, U.K. (One more speaker is to be announced.) AS-63 HIV Reverse Transcriptase and Drug Resistance Room 2 AS-64 HIV Variability I Room 3 AS-65 Opportunistic Infections: Fungal and Protozoal Room 4 AS-66 Epidemiological Issues of Commercial Sex Workers Room 5 and Clients AS-67 Gene Regulation II: Cellular Factors Room 7 AS-68 Mycobacterial Infections: Tuberculosis Room 8 AS-69 HIV/AIDS in STD Clinic Patients Room 9 AS-70 Students Understanding of HIV/AIDS Room 10 SS-2 Female-Controlled Prevention Room 6 AS-71 Antivirals Ill Room 2 AS-72 Quality of Life for People Living with HIV/AIDS Room 3 AS-73 Design Evaluation and Ethical Issues of Clinical Trials Room 4 AS-74 Policies of AIDS Programming Room 5 AS-75 Structural Issues Affecting Sex Work Room 6 AS-76 HIV Variability II Room 7 AS-77 Role of STD as Risk Factors Room 8 AS-78 HIV/AIDS Among Prisoners Room 9 AS-79 Street Children and Out-of-school Youth Room 10 Special Session 15:30-17:00 Abstract Sessions 17:30-19:00 Evening Special Session 19:15-20:45 ES-3 AIDS Education Room 2 63

Page  64 Wednesday 10 August / 08:30-10:80 PLENARY SESSIONS National Convention Hall Room 2 (Main Hall) 08:30 Chairs: Tamotsu Matsuda (Japan) Lars O.Kallings (Sweden) CONSIDERATIONS IN THE INITIATION OF ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY Paul A. Volberding, University of California, San Francisco (USA) 09:00 Chairs: Takashi Kurimura (Japan) Mark A. Wainberg (Canada) PS17 08:30 PS21 Chairs: Mamoru Noda (Japan) Helene Gayle (USA) PROMOTING HEALTH AMONG OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTH Ana Filgueiras, Hand-in-Hand Network (Brazil) PS18 09:00 Chairs: Chizuko Ikegami (Japan) Peter Aggleton(WHO) PS22 GENE THERAPY FOR HIV INFECTION Flossie Wong-Staal, University of California, San Diego (USA) SEXUALITY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF AN HIVPOSITIVE PERSON Karen J. Lee, Global Network or People Living with HIV and AIDS (Australia) 09:30 PS19 09:30 PS23 Chairs: Itsuzo Shigematsu (Japan) Richard Burzynski (Canada) WHO CARES? SYSTEMATIC AMPLIFICATION OF HIDDEN COMMUNITY HEALTH STRUCTURES RESPONDING TO AIDS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA Renee Sabatier, Southern African AIDS Training Programme (Zimbabwe) Chairs: Kusuya Nishioka (Japan) Joep M. A. Lange (WHO) HIV VARIABILITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR PATHOGENESIS Jaap Goudsmit, University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands) 10:00 Chairs: Mizuho Matsuda (Japan) Teruko Enomoto (Japan) PREVENTION PROGRAMS FOR COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS Priti Patkar, Prerana (India) PS20 10:00 Chairs: Michio Fujimaki (Japan) Anthony S. Fauci (USA) HIV DRUG RESISTANCE: MOLECULAR BASIS AND CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE Mark A. Wainberg, McGill University AIDS Centre (Canada) PS24 64

Page  65 Wednesday 10 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK A: Basic Science AS54: Antivirals II Chairs: Hiroaki Mitsuya (USA) Karoly Nagy (Hungary) 11:00 319A STRUCTURAL COMPARISON OF CLINICALLY RELEVANT INHIBITORS OF THE HIV-1 PROTEASE Kim, EE; Rao, BG; Deininger, DD; Baker, CT; Dwyer, MD; Navia, MA;Thomson, JA; Tung, RD; et al; Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc, USA 11:15 320A XM412: AN IMPROVED CYCLIC UREA INHIBITOR OF HIV PROTEASE FOR ORAL ADMINISTRATION Otto, MJ; Aldrich, P; Grubb, M; Shum, L; EricksonViitanen, S; et al; DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Co, USA 11:30 321A AG 1343 AN ORALLY BIOAVAILABLE NON-PEPTIDIC HIV-1 PROTEASE INHIBITOR Shetty, BV; Kaldor, S'; Kalish, V; Reich, S; Webber, S; Agouron Pharmaceuticals, Inc; 'Lilly Research Laboratories, USA 11:45 322A STRUCTURE-BASED NON-PEPTIDIC HIV PROTEASE INHIBITORS Thaisrivongs, S; Tomich, PK; Watenpaugh, KD; Romines, KR; Howe, WJ; Chong, KT; Schwende, FJ; Padbury, GE;Ruwart, MJ; Zipp, GL; Upjohn Labs, USA 12:00 323A DE NOVO DESIGN, CHARACTERIZATION, AND ANTIVIRAL EFFECT OF THE IRREVERSIBLE HIV PROTEASE INHIBITOR Kim, SC; Choy, N; Lee, CS; Yoon, H; Koh, JS; Son, YC; Choi, H; Park, C; Kim, S; Lucky Biotech Research Institute, Korea 12:15 324A ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY OF HIV-1 PR INHIBITORS IN EARLY PHASE Nagy, K"2; Rayner, MM'; Jadhav, PK3; Oroszlan, S'; ' ABL-BRP, NCI-FCRDC, USA; 2Nati Jnst for DermatoVenereology, Hungary; 'DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Co, USA Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS55: Safety of Blood and Blood Products Chairs: Susan Leong (Hong Kong) Masaru Shimizu (Japan) 11:00 325C COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF UGANDA BLOOD PROGRAMME Watson-Williams, EJ; Kataaha, P; Senyonga, P; Kyeyune, D; Ministry of Health Nakasero Blood Bank, Uganda 11:15 326C BLOOD DONOR DEFERRAL BY HIV RISK FACTORS IS COSTEFFECTIVE IN ZIMBABWE McFarland, W; Kahn, JG; Katzenstein, D'; Mvere, D2; Shamu, R2; UCSF; 'Stanford Univ, USA; 2Zimbabwe BTS, Zimbabwe 11:30 327C RATE OF WINDOW PERIOD BLOOD DONATION IN BANGKOK, THAILAND Kaewkunqwal, J',2; Kitayaporn, D"'; Bejrachandra, S'; Rungroung, E'; Chandanayingyong, D3; Mastro, TD"4; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration; 2Rajamangala Institute of Technology; 'Mahidol Univ, Thailand; 'CDC, USA 11:45 328C MONITORING ON HIV INFECTION AMONG THE GENERAL POPULATION Shimizu, M; Suzuki, T; Yoshizawa, H; Sayama, T; Sekiguchi, S; Fuzisawa, K; Kamiya, T; Tokyo Women's Medical College, Japan 12:00 329C U S HEMOPHILIA/HIV SEROCONVERSION SURVEILLANCE PROJECT: SAFETY OF BLOOD PRODUCTS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF HEMOPHILIA Augustyniak, L; Brownstein, A; Wiley, S; Simonds, R; Fricke, W; Evatt, B; The National Hemophilia Foundation, USA 12:15 330C HIV INFECTION IN RECIPIENTS OF BLOOD PRODUCTS FROM DONORS WITH KNOWN DURATION OF INFECTION Ashton, L; Learmont, J'; Luo, K; Wylie, B'; Stewart, G; Kaldor, J; National Centre in HIV Epidemiology & Clinical Research; 'NSW BTS; 2Westmead Hospital, Australia 65

Page  66 Wednesday 10 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS56: Opportunistic Infections: Bacterial and Viral Chairs: Richard E. Chaisson (USA) Keizo Matsumoto (Japan) 11:00 331B DESIGN AND DEMOGRAPHICS IN A MULTICENTER TRIAL OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS (CMV) PROPHYLAXIS IN ADVANCED HIV DISEASE Brosgart, C; Craig, C; Louis, TA; Hillman, D; Costanzo, L; Timpone, J; Scott, J; Nunley, F; Stempien, MJ; CPCRA, NIH, USA 11:15 332B INTRAVITREAL TREATMENT OF CMV RETINITIS WITH AN ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE, ISIS 2922 Palestine, A G; Cantrill, HL; Luckie, AP; Ai, E; USA 11:30 333B IMPLICATION OF HIV-1 AND HHV-6 IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AIDS RETINITIS Qavi, H'; Green, M'; Lewis, D'; Hollinger, B'; Pearson, G2; Ablashi, D2; 'Baylor College of Medicine; 2Georgetown University, USA 11:45 334B JCV-DNA IN CNS OF AIDS PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT PML Vago, L'; Cinque, P'; Sala, E'; D'Arminio Monforte, A'; Lazzarin, A'; Costanzi, G; University of Milan; 'L Sacco Hospital; 2S Raffaele Hospital, Italy 12:00 335B HIV/AIDS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Machala, L; Spala, J; Rozsypal, H; Hearst, N'; Mandel, J'; Faculty Hospital Bulovka-Dept of Infectious Diseases, Czech Republic; 'Univ of Calif, San Francisco, USA 12:15 336B HIGH INCIDENCE AND RECURRENCE RATES OF BACTERIAL ENDOCARDITIS IN HIV + DRUG INJECTORS Hardalo, C; Khoshnood, K; Alcabes, P; Friedland, GH; Yale University School of Medicine, USA Room 5 (304) TRACK B/D: Clinical Science and Care/Impact, Societal Response and Education AS57: Care Models Chairs: Tsunetsugu Munakata (Japan) Jean William Pape (Haiti) 11:00 337B/D INTEGRAL CARE OF PWA AND FAMILY A MODEL FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Navarro, S; Luna, M; Garcia, L; Villegas, M; Martinez, J'; National Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference; 'Mexican Foundation of Fight Against AIDS, Mexico 11:15 338B/D A COMPARISON OF PWA AND NURSE REPORTS OF SYMPTOMS Holzemer, WL; Henry, SB; Reilly, CA; Slaughter, RE; University of California, San Francisco, USA 11:30 339B/D GENDER DIFFERENCES IN UTILIZATION OF HEALTH SERVICES AND INFORMAL CARE Crystal, S; Sambamoorthi, U; Rutgers University, USA 11:45 340B/D THEATRICAL AND PSYCHODRAMATIC ELEMENTS AS PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR GAY AND BISEXUAL HIV(+) MEN Pardo Moreno, M; Liga Colombiana de Lucha Contra el SIDA(LCLCS), Colombia 12:00 341B/D TRADITIONAL COUNSELLING FOR THE SICK IN RURAL AREAS Ssemukasa, M; Melony, N; CONCERN, Uganda 12:15 342B/D COMPREHENSIVE PRISON HIV MEDICAL CARE AND PRERELEASE COUNSELING Burzynski, JN; Flanigan, TP; Kim, J; DeCiantis, ML; Brown University, USA 66

Page  67 Wednesday 10 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS58: Education among Sex Workers Chairs: Nobuo Koinuma (Japan) Cheryl Overs (UK) 11:00 3430D "MARGINALS TO MARGINALS": EXPANSION OF PROGRAMA PEGACAO Longo, P; Nicleo de Orientacao em Satde Social, Brazil 11:15 344D OUTREACH WORK WITH OFF-STREET FEMALE SEX WORKERS Nathan, T; Sheffield Centre for HIV & Sexual Health, UK 11:30 3450 "100% CONDOM" USE FOR BADII SEX WORKERS IN NEPAL Bhatt, P; Baltes, R; Swiss Development Cooperation, Nepal 11:45 3460 CHANGES IN SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR OF PROSTITUTES IN CALCUTTA Jana, S, '; Khodakevich, L2; Larivee, C2; Dey, I3; Sarder, N, 4; 'All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health, 2WHO/GPA-I, 'Health and Ecodefence Society(HEDS), 4Human Development and Research Institute (HDRI), India 12:00 3470 PROXIMITY PREVENTION AMONG MALE PROSTITUTION IN MOROCCO Boushaba, A Association Morocaine de Lutte coutre le SIDA, Morocco 12:15 3480D EMPOWERMENT AGAINST AIDS IN THE SEX INDUSTRY De Moya, EA; Ferreira, F; Rosario, S; Bello, A; Mensajeras de, S; COIN, The Dominican Republic Room 7 (501) TRACK A: Basic Science AS59: Gene Regulation I: tat and rev Chairs: Akio Adachi (Japan) Eva-Marie Feny6 (Sweden) 11:00 349A MECHANISMS OF TNF, ACTIVATION BY HIV-1 TAT PROTEIN Buonaguro, L; Buonaguro, FM; Ensoli, B'; Giraldo, G; INT "Fond G; Pascale", Italy; 'NCI, NIH, USA 11:15 TAT-MINUS HIV-1 REPLICATION Chang, Lung-Ji; University of Alberta, Canada 350A 11:30 351A MOLECULAR EVIDENCE FOR A BLOCK IN REV-FUNCTION IN CHRONICALLY HIV-1 INFECTED HUMAN GLIAL CELLS Neumann, M",2; Kleinschmidt, A'; Erfle, V'; Felber, BK 2; Brack-Werner, R'; Pavlakis, GN"'2; 1GSF-Institute for Molecular Virology, Neuherberg, Germany; 2NCIFCRDC, ABL Basic Research Program, USA 11:45 352A REV-DEPENDENCY OF THE EXPRESSION OF GAG, ENV, AND NEF GENES OF HIV-1 Furuta, RA; Hatanaka, M; Kawamura, M; Adachi, A; Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto University, Japan 12:00 353A REV-INDEPENDENT EXPRESSION OF HIV-1 Pavlakis, GN; Schneider, R; Nasioulas, G; Valentin, A; Zolotukhin, A; Song, S; Felber, BK; NCI-FCRDC, ABL Basic Research Program, USA 12:15 354A ACCURATE DIFFERENTIAL QUANTIFICATION OF HIV-1 tat, rev, nef AND pol mRNAs IN PATIENTS WITH EARLY-STAGE INFECTION Mo, T; O'Shaughnessy, M; Merzouki, A; Estable, M; Vellani, N; Cassol, S; British Columbia St Paul's Hospital, Canada 67

Page  68 Wednesday 10 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS60: Antiretroviral Therapy: Nucleoside Monotherapy Chairs: Satoshi Kimura (Japan) Hiroaki Mitsuya (USA) 11:00 355B ZIDOVUDINE IN EARLY ASYMPTOMATIC HIV DISEASE: A CONTROLLED TRIAL IN SUBJECTS WITH GREATER THAN 500 CD4+ CELLS/AL Volberding, P; Lagakos, SW; Grimes, JM; Stein, DS; The ACTG 019 Team; UCSF; Harvard School of Public Health; NIAID, USA 11:15 356B THE POST-CONCORDE ERA: CURRENT TRENDS IN ZIDOVUDINE UTILIZATION O'Shaughnessy, MV; Hogg, RS; Strathdee, SA; Le, TN; Campbell, D; Schechter, MT; Montaner, JSG; University of British Columbia; The British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada 11:30 357B ZIDOVUDINE USE IN 104 PREGNANCIES: BIRTH DEFECTS Kumar, MR; Hughes, PF; Khurranna, A; UAE University, UAE 11:45 358B RESULTS OF LONG TERM FOLLOW-UP OF A DOUBLE BLIND STUDY OF ddl vs CONTINUED AZT AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH CD4s 200-500/mm3 Ruedy, N; Montaner, JSG; Wainberg, M; Rachlis, A; Gill, J; Beaulieu, R; Schlech, W; Tsoukas, C; O' Shaughnessy, M; Raboud, J; Thorne, A; Smaldone, L; Schechter, MT; et al; Canadian HIV Trials Network, Canada; Bristol-Myers & Squibb, USA 12:00 359B VIROLOGIC RESPONSE TO DDI FOLLOWING PROLONGED AZT RX Mayers, DL; Wagner, KF; Chung, RCY; Vahey, MT; Weislow, OS; Zhou, S; Burke, DS; RV43 STUDY GROUP; MMCARR, USA 12:15 360B FIVE YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF A PHASE-I STUDY OF DIDANOSINE (DDI) IN PATIENTS (PTS) WITH ADVANCED HIV INFECTION Yarchoan, R; Nguyen, B -Y; Wyvill, KM; Venzon, DJ; Pluda, JM; Mitsuya, H; Broder, S; NCI, USA Room 9 (503) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS61: STD Control Program Chairs: Joan Kreiss (USA) Kazuhisa Osato (Japan) 11:00 361C MOBILIZATION OF STUDENTS FOR STDs/AIDS PREVENTION IN UNIVERSITIES IN CAMEROON Ella, M'; Boupda, A'; Fouda, A2; Debuysscher, R'; 'AIDSCAP; 'Ministry of Health, Cameroon, 'AIDSCAP Africa Regional Office, Kenya 11:15 362C HIV/STD PREVENTION AMONG SEX WORKERS IN NICARAGUA Rivera R'; Egger, M; Paniagua, M'; Volken, K'; Davey Smith, G'; 'UNAN Le6n, Nicaragua; 'Univ of Berne, Switzerland; 'Univ of Glasgow, UK 11:30 363C CONDOM USE AND THE INCIDENCE OF HIV/STD AMONG STUDENTS Kosia, A; Connaught Hospital, Leone 11:45 364C SYPHILIS SCREENING OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN KABAROLE DISTRICT, UGANDA. Sahlmueller, G; Kipp, W; Masheija, C'; Deut Gesell f Tech Zusammenarb (GTZ); 'Ministry of Health, Uganda 12:00 365C INTRODUCTION OF PARTNER REFERRAL & TREATMENT FOR CONTROL OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES IN A POOR HAITIAN COMMUNITY Desormeaux, J'; Behets, F'; Adrien, M'; Dallabetta, G'; Davis, H'; Hoffman, I'; Cohen, M2; Boulos, R'; 'Centres pour le Developpement, Haiti 'University of North Carolina; 'Family Health International, USA 12:15 366C DRUGS FOR STDs IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Nieto, fJ'; Casanova, fJ'; Fransen, L'; C EC; 'European Community, Belgium 68

Page  69 Wednesday 10 August / 11:00-12:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS62: Innovative School-based Education of HIV/ NOTE AIDS Chairs: Alan J. C. King (Canada) Bin Takeda (Japan) 11:00 367D DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING CURRICULA TO ADDRESS HIV/AIDS IN SCHOOLS IN 12 ASIAN COUNTRIES Barthes, AM'; Baldo, M2; Bahri, S'; Jones, JT'; Chowdury, S; 'UNESCO, France; 'WHO/GPA; 'WHO/ HED, Switzerland; 'UNESCO, India 11:15 368D HOW TO SPEAK ABOUT SEXUALITY IN THE SCHOOL IN MORROCO? Imane, L; El Bernoussi, S; Haddad, F; Derkaoui, M; Verbeke, R; Association Marocaine de Lutte Contre le SIDA, Morocco 11:30 369D AIDS EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS Muley, DS'; Larivee C'; 'National AIDS Control Organization; 'World Health Organization; Delhi, India 11:45 370D DEVELOPING AIDS POLICY IN AN UNIVERSITY SETTING: A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE Cox, BA; The University of Western Ontario, Canada 12:00 371D ASSESSING EFFECTIVENESS OF SCHOOL-BASED HIV PREVENTION Rugg, D'; Collins, J'; Sogolow, E'; Banspach, S'; Gilliam, A'; Kirby, D'; 'CDC; 'ETR, USA 12:15 372D THE EFFECTS OF A SEXUALITY/AIDS/STD EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOURS OF CANADIAN GRADE 9 STUDENTS: A 3-YEAR STUDY King, A JC'; Warren, WK'; Beazley, RP'; Wright, NP'; 'Queen's University; 'Dalhousie University, Canada 69

Page  70 Wednesday 10 August / 18:80-15:00 ROUND-TABLE SESSIONS RT-17 Room 1 (National Convention Hall) RT-19 Room 3 (301 + 302) SCHOOL-BASED AIDS EDUCATION Moderators: Mariella Baldo WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Bin Takeda Chiba University (Japan) Speakers: Marva Deane Parkinson Memorial School (Barbados) Bernard Gatawa UNICEF AIDS Education (Zimbabwe) Simone Monteiro Associacao Brasileria Interdisciplinar de AIDS (Brazil) PROTEASE INHIBITOR Moderators: Eric De Clercq Rega Institute (Belgium) Hiroaki Mitsuya National Cancer Institute (USA) Speakers: Keith Bragman Roche International Clinical Research Centre (France) John Erickson PRI/NCI-FCRDC (USA) Joseph Vacca Merck Research Laboratories (USA) RT-18 Room 2 (Main Hall) RT-20 Room 4 (303) GENE THERAPY AIDS AND JOURNALISM Moderators: David Klatzmann Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (France) Flossie Wong-Staal University of California, San Diego (USA) Speakers: Robert Gallo National Institutes of Health (USA) Philip Greenberg University of Washington (USA) Moderators: Oliver Morton The Economist (United Kingdom) Laurence Zavriew PANOS Institute (United Kingdom) Speakers: Jon Cohen Science Magazine (USA) Bachi Karkaria The Independent (India) John Ogen The Monitor (Uganda) (Note: Individuals with asterisk * are not confirmed.) 70

Page  71 Wednesday 10 August / 18:30-15:00 ROUND-TABLE SESSIONS RT-23 Room 9 (503) RT-21 Room 7 (501) MUCOSAL IMMUNITY Moderators: Ivan Hirsch INSERM U322 (France) Takashi Kurimura Osaka University (Japan) Speakers: Martin Kagnoff University of California, San Diego (USA) Hiroshi Kiyono The University of Alabama at Birmingham (USA) David Lewis St. George's Medical School (United Kingdom) FRONT-LINE EDUCATION FOR COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS Moderators: Paulo Longo Nucleo de Orientacao em Saide Social (Brazil) Ruth Morgan Thomas Scottish Prostitutes Education Project (United Kingdom) Speakers: Claudia Colimoro Sarellano Musa, A.C. (Mexico) Mizuho Matsuda HELP Asian Women's Shelter (Japan) Shane Petzer AIDS Support and Education Trust (South Africa) RT-22 Room 8 (502) RT-24 Room 10 (Ballroom Intercontinental) END-POINT OF CLINICAL TRIALS Moderators: Donald Abrams University of California, San Francisco (USA) John Dwyer AIDS Society of Asia and the Pacific (Australia) Speakers: Mark Feinberg University of California, San Francisco (USA) Carlton Hogan University of Minnesota (USA) Praphan Phanuphak Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) Ellen Cooper AmFAR Community Based Clinical Trials Network (USA) NURSING AND HOME CARE AND HIV Moderators: Sandra Anderson WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Hiroko Minami College of Nursing Art and Science, Hyogo (Japan) Speakers: Vuyelwa Ngcongco WHO Sub-Regional Office III (Zimbabwe) Mayuree Siripoon- Sozanski Ministry of Public Health (Thailand) Thomas Snee Private Consultant (United Kingdom) 71

Page  72 Wednesday 10 August 13:30 -15:00 SPECIAL RECENT REPORT SESSION Room 5(304) 15:30 -17:00 TENTH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL SESSION Room 1(National Convention Hall) SR-3 TS-3 1) HIV and Cancer Chair: Shigeo Mori Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo (Japan) Speaker: Brian G. Herndier San Francisco General Hospital (USA) 2) HIV Transmission from HIV Infected Persons to Their Stable Heterosexual Partners Chair: Kazuo Tajima Aichi Cancer Center Research Institute (Japan) Speaker: Isabelle de Vincenzi Hopital St. Maurice (France) International Cooperation in the Fight Against AIDS Opening: Norio Hattori, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan) Chairs: Jean-Louis Lamboray The World Bank (USA) Fumimaro Takaku International Medical Center of Japan (Japan) Speakers: Helene Gayle Center for Diseases Control and Prevention (USA) Lars O Kallings National Institute of Public Health (Sweden) Jeffrey O' Malley International HIV/AIDS Alliance (UK) R. Msiska National AIDS Control Programme (Zambia) 72

Page  73 Wednesday 10 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK A: Basic Science AS63: HIV Reverse Transcriptase and Drug Resistance Chairs: Nobuko Ikegami (Japan) Mark Wainberg (Canada) 15:30 373A ROLE OF THE THUMB SUBDOMAIN OF HIV-1 REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE ANALYZED BY AN INHIBITORY MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY Chiba, J'; Yamaguchi, A'; Wei, Z'; Ohba, H'; Saito, A2; Shinagawa, H2; Kurata, T'; 'Science Univ of Tokyo; 'Osaka Univ; 'NIH, Japan 15:45 374A MECHANISM OF ddC RESISTANCE OF THE K65R SUBSTITUTION IN HIV-1 REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE Gu, Z; Arts, E; Li, X; Parniak, M; Wainberg, MA; McGill AIDS Centre-Jewish General Hospital, Canada 16:00 375A HIV-1 RESISTANCE GENOTYPES IN THE PLASMA RNA AND PBMC DNA DURING ZDV/DDI COMBINATION THERAPY Eastman, PS'; Boyer, E'; Urdea, M'; Kolberg, J'; Mole, L2; Holodniy, M2; 'Chiron Corp; 'VA Medical Center, USA 16:15 376A CHARACTERISATION OF HIV ISOLATED FROM PATIENTS ENROLLED IN THE ALPHA DDI TRIAL Zheng, NN; Simasathiansophan, S; McQueen, PW: Hurren, L; Evans, L;Delaney, SF; Penny, R; Cooper, DA; University New South Wales and St Vincent's Hospital, Australia 16:30 377A HIV-1 DEVELOPS A SET OF NOVEL MUTATIONS CONFERRING MULTI-DRUG RESISTANCE DURING COMBINATION CHEMOTHERAPY Shirasaka, T; Kavlick, MF; Gao, W-Y; Kojima, E; Yarchoan, R; Mitsuya, H; National Cancer Institute, USA 16:45 378A LIMITING DILUTION PCR TO DETECT CHANGES IN THE RT OF HIV-1 FROM PATIENTS ON LONG TERM AZT TREATMENT Stein, CA; Levantis, P; Goh, B; Hillman, R; Oxford, JS; LHMC, UK Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK A: Basic Science AS64: HIV Variability I Chairs: Mangalam Sinniah (Malaysia) Kazuo Tajima (Japan) 15:30 379A CHARACTERIZATION OF E SUBTYPE HIV-1 FROM AIDS PATIENTS AND RECENT SEROCONVERTERS IN NORTHERN THAILAND Wang, Z; Yu, X; Beyrer, C; Chamboonruang, S; Nelson, K; Johns Hopkins University, USA; Chiang Mai University, Thailand 15:45 380A VARIATION AND SHIFT OF HIV-1 ENV FOUND IN IDUs OF DEHONG EPIDEMIC-AREA IN CHINA Shao, YM"'; Wang, B'; Zeng, Y'; Hell, W'; Wolf, H'; 'Institute of Virology, China; 'Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene, German 16:00 THE GPGQ STRUCTURE IN THE V3 LOOP DOMAIN IN A JAPANESE HEMOPHILIAC Miura, T; Meguro, T; Yamada, K; Watanabe, K; Honda, M; Haga Red Cross Hosp, Japan 381A 16:15 382A CORRELATION BETWEEN GENETIC AND BIOLOGIC PROPERTIES OF AFRICAN AND EUROPEAN HIV-1 AT THE BIOLOGICAL CLONE LEVEL Zhong, P; Peeters, M; Janssens, W; Fransen, K; Heyndrickx, L; Willems, B; Piot, P; van der Groen, G; Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium 16:30 383A GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF HIV-1/2 ISOLATES FROM GHANA Osei-Kwasi, M'; Takehisa J; Ayisi, NK'; Brandful, J'; Ampofo, W'; Magnusen, A'; Hishida, O; Igarashi, T; Yamashita, M; Ido, E; Miura, T; Hayami, M; 'University of Ghana, Ghana; 'Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto University, Japan 16:45 384A MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF A HIV-1 STRAIN (HIVlIbNg) FROM NIGERIA Howard, TM; Rasheed, S; University of Southern California, USA 73

Page  74 Wednesday 10 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS65: Opportunistic Infections: Fungal and Protozoal Chairs: Masaru Nasu (Japan) Kaoru Shimada (Japan) 15:30 385B EFFECT OF DIFFERENT VARIABLES ON THE RESULTS OF MICROBROTH DILUTION METHOD FOR IN VITRO ANTIFUNGAL SUSCEPTIBILITY TESTING OF YEASTS Maurizio, DP'; Arzeni, D'; Barchiesi, F',2; Marinucci, G'; Ancarani, F'; Scalise, G'; 'University of Ancona, Italy; 2Univ of Texas, and Audie L Murphy Mem Veteran's Hosp, USA 15:45 386B ITRACONAZOLE SOLUTION FOR FLUCONAZOLE-REFRACTORY OROPHARYNGEAL CANDIDIASIS IN AIDS: CORRELATION OF CLINICAL RESPONSE WITH IN VITRO SUSCEPTIBILITY Mahmood, W; Hamann-Trou, D; Phillips, P; Zemcov, SJ; Montaner, JSG; Clarke, AM; St Paul's Hospital, Canada 16:00 387B8 HIGH MORTALITY IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH CRYPTOCOCAL MENINGITIS DESPITE FLUCONAZOLE THERAPY IN UGANDA Oishi, K; Mugerwa, R'; Mitarai, S; Mayanja, H'; Nalongo, K'; Nagatake, T; Matsumoto, K; Nagasaki Univ, Japan; 'Makerere Univ, Uganda 16:15 388B SURVIVAL, DEATH, AND DESENSITIZATION TO TRIMETHOPRIM/SULFAMETHOXAZOLE (TMP/SMX) King, C; Slaton, A; Okabe, M; Conant, M; Conant Medical Growp; University of California, San Francisco, USA 16:30 389B THE IMPACT OF PROPHYLAXIS GUIDELINES ON PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII PNEUMONIA (PCP) IN INFANTS, USA Simonds, RJ'; Lindegren, M; Thomas, P; Scott, G; Connolly, G; Laraque, F; Hanson, D; PSD and PACTS Projects; 'CDC USA 16:45 390B IMPACT OF A COMMUNITY-WIDE OUTBREAK OF CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS ON PATIENTS WITH AIDS Gilson, I; Buggy, BP; Brummitt, CF; Busalacchi, M; Ivantic, K; Wisconsin Community-Based Research Consortium, USA Room 5 (304) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS66: Epidemiological Issues of Commercial Sex Workers and Clients Chairs: Juzo Matsuda (Japan) Kenrad E. Nelson (USA) 15:30 391C INCIDENT HIV AND STDs IN DIRECT AND INDIRECT COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS (CSWs) IN THAILAND Beyrer, C; Khamboonruang, C; Narpratan, C; Celentano, D; Nelson, KE; Johns Hopkins Univ, USA; Chiang Mai University; Ministry of Public Health, Thailand 15:45 392C RAPID SPREAD OF HIV-1 INFECTION AMONG MALE COMMERCIAL STREET SEX WORKERS IN MIAMI, FLORIDA Klaskala, W; Lai, S; Shor-Posner, G; Sfakianaki, E; Gomez, O; Baum, M; University of Miami, USA 16:00 393C THE INCREASE IN HIV-1 PREVALENCE IN COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS (CSWs) IN THE GAMBIA, AND ASSOCIATION WITH OTHER STDS INCLUDING CERVICAL ABNORMALITIES Hawkes, S; St Mary's Hospital Medical School, UK 16:15 394C RISK FACTORS FOR HIV SEROCONVERSION IN COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS IN MOMBASA, KENYA: ROLE OF HORMONAL CONTRACEPTION AND STDs Martin, HL Jr; Nyange, PM; Jackson, DJ; Mandaliya, K; Holmes, KK; Ngugi, E; Ndinya-Achola, JO; Plummer, F; Kreiss, J; Univ of Washington, USA; Nairobi & Manitoba, Coast Province General Hospital, Kenya 16:30 395C FEASIBILITY OF PREVENTIVE ACTIONS AMONG TRANSVESTITE/TRANSSEXUAL PROSTITUTES IN PARIS Serre, A; Cabral, C'; Castelletti, S'; De Vincenzi, I; European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS; 'PASTT, France 16:45 396C 2-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY ON HIV, HEPATITIS B AND C VIRUSES AND SYPHILIS INFECTIONS IN A COHORT OF JAPANESE FEMALE SEX WORKERS Kihara, M'; Imai, M'; Kondoh, M'; Watanabe, S2; Kihara, M'; Soda, K'; 'Kanagawa Cancer Center Res Inst; 2 Kanagawa Prefectural Public Health Lab Yokohama City Univ, Japan 74

Page  75 Wednesday 10 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education SS2: Female-Controlled Prevention Chairs: Christopher Elias (USA) Purnima Mane (Switzerland) Speakers: SS7 Christopher Elias The Population Council, USA SS8 Cheikh Ibrahima Niang University Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal SS9 Ellen Weiss International Center for Research on Women, USA Room 7 (501) TRACK A: Basic Science AS67: Gene Regulation II: Cellular Factors Chairs: Hiroo Hoshino (Japan) George N. Pavlakis (USA) 15:30 397A A NOVEL EFFECTOR KINASE TO NFKB THAT ACTIVATES LATENT HIV Okamoto, T; Hayashi, T; Nakano, T; Sakurada, S; Nagoya City Univ, Japan 15:45 398A REGULATION OF MAD3 IkB IN HIV-INFECTED MONOCYTESMACROPHAGES McElhinny, JA; Bren, GD; Israel, A'; Paya, CV; Mayo Clinic, ULSA; 'Institute Pasteur, France 16:00 399A MODULATION OF HIV TRANSCRIPTION BY MULTIPLE FACTORS Ishii, S; Maekawa, T; Yasukawa, T; Sudo, T; RIKEN Tsukuba Life Science Center, Japan 16:15 400A CELLULAR FACTORS COOPERATIVELY INTERACT WITH THE REV AXIS OF HIV-1 AUTOREGULATION Zahng, MJ; Dayton, E; Dayton, Andrew I; LIR/ NIAID/NIH, USA 16:30 INHIBITION OF NF-kB DNA BINDING BYd-LIPOIC ACID Suzuki, YJ; Packer, L; University of California, Berkeley, USA 401A 16:45 402A TAT-DEPENDENT AND TAT-INDEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION OF THE HIV-1 LTR BY THYROID HORMONE RECEPTOR Desai-Yajnik, V; Samuels, HH; NYU Med Ctr, USA 75

Page  76 Wednesday 10 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS68: Mycobacterial Infections: Tuberculosis Chairs: Masakazu Aoki (Japan) Atsushi Saito (Japan) 15:30 403B DETECTION OF M TUBERCULOSIS AND M AVIUM IN AIDS PATIENTS THROUGH PCR; PROBLEMS AND PROMISES De Miranda, AB'; Grinstejn, B2; Veloso, VG2; Degrave, WM'; Suffys, PN'; 'DBBM and2HEC-Oswaldo Cruz Institute, Brazil 15:45 404B CYTOKINE PROFILES IN PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY TB AND HIV: EFFECTS OF ANTI-TB TREATMENT Morris, L; Makena, SN; Tiemessen, CT; Martin, DJ; National Institute for Virology, South Africa 16:00 405B PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF RISK OF TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV-INFECTED PERSONS BY TUBERCULIN REACTION SIZE Girardi, E; Antonucci, G; Ippolito, G; Armignacco, O; Spallanzani Hospital, Italy 16:15 406B PRESERVED PPD REACTIVITY AND FREQUENT CAVITARY DISEASE AS INITIAL CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV-INFECTED UGANDANS Nsubuga, P'; Whalen, C2; Johnson, JL2; Byekwaso, F'; Okwera, A'; Mugerwa, R'; Ellner, JJ2; Makerere University, Uganda; 2Case Western Reserve University, USA 16:30 407B ATYPICAL CHEST RADIOGRAPHIC PATTERNS IN PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS (PTB) PREDICT ADVANCED HIV INFECTION Wood, R; Post, FA; Pillay, GP; Univ of Cape Town, South Africa 16:45 408B AUTOPSY-PROVEN CAUSES OF DEATH IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS TREATED FOR TUBERCULOSIS IN ABIDJAN, COTE D'IVOIRE Greenberg, AE"; Lucas, S'; Tossou, O'; Coulibaly, IM4; Coulibaly, D4; Sidib, K1; Ackah, A'; DeCock, KM"2; Projet RETROCI; C6te d'Ivoir; 'CDC, USA; 'Univ Coil London Med School, UK; 4Centres Antituberculeux, C6te d'Ivoir Room 9 (503) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS69: HIV/AIDS in STD Clinic Patients Chairs: Subhash K. Hira (India) Hiroyuki Kojima (Japan) 15:30 409C HIV/STD INCIDENCE AMONG TRUCK DRIVERS IN MOMBASA, KENYA: ROLE OF CIRCUMCISION STATUS Jackson, DJ; Rakwar, J; Bwayo, J; Martin, H; Mandaliya, K; Moses, S; Kreiss, J; University of Washington, USA; University of Nairobi, Kenya; University of Manitoba, Canada; Coast Province General Hospital 15:45 410C DECREASED HIV/STD RISK BEHAVIOUR IN SEXUALLY ACTIVE ADULTS Rekart, ML; Knowles, LJ; Patrick, DM; BC Centre for Disease Control, Canada 16:00 411C THREE YEAR HIV SURVEILLANCE AMONG STD CLINIC PATIENTS IN PARIS, FRANCE Meyer, L'; Couturier, E2; Brossard, Y'; the Prevadav Group; 'INSERM U292; 2European Center for Surveillance of AIDS; 'HI St-Antoine, France 16:15 412C UNLINKED ANONYMOUS SURVEY OF HIV PREVALENCE IN ATTENDERS AT STD CLINICS IN ENGLAND AND WALES, 1990-1993 Joyce, CF; Nicoll, AG; Mercey, D'; Simms, I; Rogers, P; Catchpole, M; Gill, ON; CDSC; Middlesex Hospital, UK 16:30 413C THE AETIOLOGY OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE IN BOTSWANA Moffat, H'; Rahman, M'; Ballard, R2; Dangor, Y2; vd Veen, F3; 'AIDS/STD Unit, Botswana; 'SAMIR, South Africa; 'AIDS Task Force, EC 16:45 414C PREVALENCE OF HIV INFECTIONS AMONG THAILANDERS ATTENDING TO AN STD CLINIC IN TOKYO METROPOLITAN AREA Shimizu, M'; Kihara, M2; Kihara, M-; Nakahara, T'; Soda, K2; 'Shimizu Clinic, Tsuchiura; 'Yokohama City Univ School of Med; 'Kanagawa Cancer Center Res Inst; 'Inst of Public Health, Japan 76

Page  77 Wednesday 10 August / 15:30-17:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS70: Students Understanding of HIV/AIDS NOTE Chairs: June Crawford (Australia) Shoji Tsuchida (Japan) 15:30 4150 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR AMONG NEWCOMERS OF COLLEGE IN PORTO ALEGRE, STATE OF RIO GRANDE DO SUL, BRAZIL Correa, CC'; Zampese, MS'; Barcellos, NT2; Bozko, MP'; Gomes, A'; Rodrigues, ACS2; Soibelman, M'; Willers, D2; Ramos, MC'; 'Hospital Clinicas Porto Alegre; 2RGS State Health Secretariat, Brazil 15:45 4160 KNOWLEDGE AND SAFE SEX PRACTICE AMONG HETEROSEXUAL TERTIARY STUDENTS AS AN OUTCOME OF SOCIOCULTURAL CHANGE Crawford, J; Kippax, S; Rodden, P; Macquarie University, Australia 16:00 4170 KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES TO HIV AND AIDS AND SEXUAL PRACTICES AMONGST UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA Baggaley, R2; Mukosha, J'; Chipanta, D'; Phiri, M'; Tembo, M'; Godfrey-Faussett, P2'; 'Kara-Zambart Project, Zambia; 'London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; 'Kara Counselling and Training Trust, 4Univ Teaching Hospital; 'UNZA Counselling, Centre, Zambia 16:15 4180 THE IMPACT OF AIDS EDUCATION ON UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS Aggarwal, OP; Sharma, AK; Univ Coil of Med Sci, India 16:30 4190 MEDICAL STUDENTS' ATTITUDES ABOUT HIV-RELATED ISSUES CHANGE AFTER 1 CLERKSHIP MacArthur, RD; White, D; Kosmyna, J; Lipton, L; Asbury, P; MacArthur, RG; Medical College of Ohio, USA 16:45 4200 RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL NORMS VERSUS SAFE SEX PROGRAM FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN: THE CASE OF TANZANIA Mmari, V; HIV/AIDS Unitech Program, Tanzania 77

Page  78 Wednesday 10 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK A: Basic Science AS71: Antivirals Ill Chairs: John M. Dwyer (Australia) Shigeharu Ueda (Japan) 17:30 421A ANTI-HIV AND ANTI-APOPTOTIC ACTIVITY OF THE WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE: IMMUNOCALTM Baruchel, S'; Olivier, R'; Wainberg, M'; 'Montreal Children's & Jewish General Hosp, Canada; 'Pasteur Institute, France 17:45 422A RETROVIRAL ZINC FINGER CHELATE AS A NEW TARGET SITE FOR HIV CHEMOTHERAPY Kun, E; Mendeleyev, J; Hakam, A; Rice, WG; San Francisco State Univ, NCI-Frederick Carcer Research and Development Center, USA 18:00 423A AN INHIBITOR OF LIPID SIGNALING SUPPRESSES HIV EXPRESSION Leung, D; Peterson, P'; Gekker, G'; Chao, C'; Bursten, S; Bianco, J; Singer, J; Cell Therapeutics Inc; 'University of Minnesota, USA 18:15 424A VARIATIONS AT AMINO ACID 82 IN HIV-1 PROTEASE(PR) CONFER REDUCED SENSITIVITY TO STRUCTURALLY DISSIMILAR HIV PR INHIBITORS Winslow, DL; Anton, E; Horlick, R; Zagursky, R; Tritch, R; Scarnati, H; Ackerman, K; Otto, M; Bacheler, L; Dupont Merck Pharmaceutical Co, USA 18:30 425A ALX40-4C: ANTI-HIV, CELL UPTAKE AND PHARMACOKINETIC ANALYSES Sumner-Smith, M; Dabek, B; Presseault, S; Yungblut, P; Climie, SC; Chen, ISY'; Conway, B'; Allelix Biopharmaceuticals Inc, Canada; 'UCLA, USA; 'Ottawa General Hospital, Canada 18:45 426A DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF POTENT, ORALLY ACTIVE HIV ASPARTYL PROTEASE INHIBITORS Tung, RD; Livingston, DL; Rao, GB; Kim, E; Pazhanisamy, S; Deininger, DD; et al; Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Inc, USA Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS72: Quality of Life for People Living with HIV/AIDS Chairs: Kunihiko Akagi (Japan) Kaneo Yamada (Japan) 17:30 427B THANATOLOGICAL HOME-ATTENTION: AN ATTENTION MODEL TO FAMILY, FRIENDS AND/OR PARTNERS OF PATIENTS WITH AIDS TERMINALLY ILL Martinez, J'; Cruz, CJ'; Guerra, A'; Ramos, M'; Salame, E2; 'Mexican Foundation of Fight Against AIDS; 2INDRE, SCD, Mexico 17:45 428B REDUCING LENGTH OF STAY (LOS) FOR HIV+ PATIENTS AT AN URBAN MEDICAL CENTER Holmes, J; Alcabes, P; Zampano, C; Selwyn, P; Friedland, GH; Rawlings, J; Yale-New Haven Hospital; Yale School of Medicine, USA 18:00 429B QUALITY OF LIVE IN HIV ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS WITH LESS THAN 500 CD4 CELL COUNTS, RECEIVING AZT Izazola-Licea, JA; del Rio, C; Valdez-Garcia, M; Ortiz, R; Flores, M; CONASIDA, Mexico 18:15 430B MENTAL STATUS OF JAPANESE HIV/AIDS PATIENTS AND THEIR MAJOR CONCERNS Ishihara, M"',2; Kimura, S'; Oka, S'; Shimada, K'; University of Tokyo; 'Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention, Japan 18:30 431B NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND QUALITY OF LIFE Turner, J; Muurahainen, N; Terrell, C; Graeber, C; Kotler, C'; Phila FIGHT PA; 'St Lukes Hospital, USA 18:45 4328 GROWTH HORMONE THERAPY OF AIDS WASTING Schambelan, M; LaMarca, A'; Mulligan, K; Grunfeld, C; Kennedy, S'; Breitmeyer, J'; Daar, E'; UC San Francisco; 'Therafirst Ft Lauderdale; 'Cedars Sinai Los Angeles; 'Serono Laboratories, USA 78

Page  79 Wednesday 10 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS73: Design Evaluation and Ethical Issues of Clinical Trials Chairs: Souleymane Mboup (Senegal) Robert Yarchoan (USA) 17:30 433B EVALUATING AUTOMATED ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION FOR HIV CLINICAL TRIALS Sison, J"2; Miller, E'; Tu, S'; Carlson, R'; Deresinski, S"2; Musen, M'; 'Stanford Univ; 'Santa Clara Valley Med Ctr, USA 17:45 434B TWO-YEARS EXPERIENCE IN ENROLLMENT AND RETENTION OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN AIDS CLINICAL TRIALS: NEW CHALLENGES, NEW PERSPECTIVES Bardeguez, A; Grandchamp, J; Picardi, J; McSherry, G; Connor, E; NJ Medical School, USA 18:00 435B A COMMUNITY BASED, OPEN ARM, RANDOMIZED STUDY OF ZDV/ddl VS ZDV/ddC-SHOULD WE EMBRACE NEW DRUGS WITH OPEN ARMS? Srour, L; Montaner, JSG; Hogg, RS; Mandigo, K; Barber, CG; O'Shaughnessy, MV; Schechter, MT; et al; BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS; the Canadian Trials Network, Canada 18:15 436B A STRATEGY FOR THE EVALUATION OF MULTIPLE PROPHYLACTIC AGENTS FOR OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS AMONG HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS El-Sadr, W; Wentworth, D; Cohen, D; Gordin, F; Brosgart, C; Costanzo, L; Walker, J; Hafner, R; CPCRA; NIAID, NIH, USA 18:30 437B BARRIERS TO PRISONER PARTICIPATION IN AIDS-RELATED CLINICAL TRIALS IN THE US Kelly, ET; Correctional Assoc of NY, USA 18:45 438B INTERACTION BETWEEN BIOMEDICAL/SOCIAL FIELDS AND NGO'S IN RIO DE JANEIRO VACCINE CENTER Sutmoller, F; Bastos, C; Penna, T; Souza, C; Evnadro Chagas Hosital, Brazil Room 5 (304) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS74: Policies of AIDS Programming Chairs: Dennis Altman (Australia) Masayoshi Tarui (Japan) 17:30 4390 ASSESSING GOVERNMENT STRATEGIES FOR ORGANIZING AND MANAGING THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC Porter, M; The World Bank, USA 17:45 4400 INNOVATION, TOLERANCE AND PRAGMATISM: THREE ESSENTIAL TOOLS IN DEVELOPING A PARTNERSHIP APPROACH Chalkley, M; Fowler, D'; Young, F2; C'wealth Dept of Human Services & Health; 'New South Wales Dept of Health, 'Australian Federation of AIDS Org's, Australia 18:00 4410 THE PHILIPPINE NATIONAL AIDS PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM: 1988-1993 Hernandez, ER; Villanueva, JHF; PHIL-AIDS Foundation, Philippines 18:15 4420 SOCIETAL RESPONSIBILITY AND RIGHTS OF THE HIVINFECTED Wong, ECL; Hong Kong Government, Hong Kong 18:30 4430 INTERNATIONAL HIV/AIDS ALLIANCE: LINKING ORGANIZATIONS FOR TA & FUNDING TO LOCAL NGOs Crane, SF'; Calica, C'; Dahourou, R'; 'lntl HIV/AIDS Alliance, UK; 'PANSuP, Philippines; 'PSBP, Burkina Faso 18:45 HIV/AIDS GRASSROOTS POLICY ACTION TEAM Donnelly, A; Lewis, D; Project Inform, USA 4440 79

Page  80 Wednesday 10 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS75: Structural Issues Affecting Sex Work Chairs: Teresita Marte P. Bagasao (Philippines) Ruth G. Morgan Thomas (UK) 17:30 4450D THAI PROSTITUTION: ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS Lamsam, S1''2; Viravaidya, M'; 'Population and Community Development Association; 2Thailand Business Coalition on AIDS, Thailand 17:45 4460 A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON COMMERCIAL SEX INDUSTRIES AND AIDS WIdjaya, S1; Morati, TP2; 'Provincial Health Office of Bali; 2Y Citra Usadha, Indonesia 18:00 4470 THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL ECONOMIC AND SEXUAL EMPOWERMENT: COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS (CRS) Kiruhi, M'; Ngugi, EN2; Kamau, P'; Nyambola, L'; Ronald, A'; Voluntary Women Rehabilitation Institute (VOWRI); 2University of Nairobi and VOWRI, Kenya; 'University of Manitoba, Canada, 'University of Nairobi, Kenya 18:15 4480D COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS' RISK TO HIV IN PUNE Mawar, N; Divekar, AD; Tripathy, SP; Bagul, RG; Swamy, M; Banerjee, K'; Rodrigues, JJ; National AIDS Research Institute; 'NIV(ICMR), India 18:30 4490 AN EUROPEAN OBSERVATORY FOR SANITARY AND SOCIAL RESEARCHES ON SEX WORKERS Braggiotti, L; El Amri, M; Cantero, A; Boutet, N; the Whole Team of Bus des Femmes, France 18:45 4500D SEX WORK, HUMAN RIGHTS AND HEALTH WHAT ARE THE CONNECTIONS AND WHAT IS GOING WRONG? Overs, C; Network of Sex Work Related HIV/AIDS Projects, UK Room 7 (501) TRACK A: Basic Science AS76: HIV Variability II Chairs: Shinji Harada (Japan) Suraiya Rasheed (USA) 17:30 451A COMPARATIVE STUDY USING THREE REGIONS OF THE HIV-1 GENOME IN A CASE INVOLVING PERSON-TO-PERSON TRANSMISSION Luo, C-C; Simonds, RJ; Baldwin, A; Moore, CR; Schochetman, G; Kalish, ML; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA 17:45 452A SELECTIVE FEATURES OF HIV-1 THAT INFLUENCE MATERNAL: CHILD TRANSMISSION Kliks, S; Contag, C'; Wara, D; Levy, JA; Univ of Calif San Francisco; 'Stanford Univ, USA 18:00 453A CHARACTERIZATION OF A CASE OF INTRAFAMILIAL INFECTION OF HIV-1 SUBTYPE E Sato, H'; Taniguchi, K'; Tomita, Y'; Miyakuni, T'; Takebe, Y'; 'NIH 'Naha Prefectural Hospital, Japan 18:15 454A CHARACTERIZATION OF HIV ISOLATES FROM A SET OF TWINS WITH DIFFERENT DISEASE COURSES Zhou, Y; Hutto, C; Hue, J; Scott, W; Wood, C; University of Miami, USA 18:30 455A MAPPING CD4 T-LYMPHOCYTE EPITOPES IN A LONG TERM SURVIVOR Ratto, S; Sitz, KV; Robb, ML; Frey, SC; Moriarty, R'; Redfield, RR; Birx, DL; WRAIR; 'NNMC, USA 18:45 456A INTRA-PATIENT VARIABILITY OF HIV-2 ENVELOPE V3 LOOP AND DISEASE PROGRESSION Sankale, J-L; Sallier de la Tour, R; Renjifo, B; Marlink, R; Mboup, S'; Essex, M; Kanki, P; Harvard University, USA; 'Universite CA Diop, Senegal 80

Page  81 Wednesday 10 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS77: Role of STD as Risk Factors Chairs: H. Martin (Luxembourg) Noah Jamie Robinson (France) 17:30 457C INCREASE IN ENDOCERVICAL CD4 LYMPHOCYTES IN WOMEN WITH NON-ULCERATIVE STD Levine, WC'; Pope, V'; Bhoomkar, A2; Bullard, J'; Zaidi, A'; Tambe, P2; 'CDC; 2FCHD, USA 17:45 458C RISK FACTORS FOR GENITAL ULCER DISEASE IN STD CLINIC ATTENDERS Nasio, JM'; Nagelkerke, NJD"2; Mwatha, A'; Moses, S',2; Ndinya-Achola, JO'; Plummer, FA'1,2; 'University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2University of Manitoba, Canada 18:00 459C PREVALENCE OF STDs AMONG HIV+ AND HIV- PATIENTS IN AN STD CLINIC IN HAITI Mellon, LR; Gelin-Charlot, C; Grand'Pierre, R; Mevs, M; Liautaud, B; Cornell-GHESKIO, Port-au-Prince, Haiti 18:15 460C HIV TRANSMISSION TO FEMALE PARTNERS OF HIVPOSITIVE BLOOD DONORS IN CHIANG MAI, THAILAND Suriyanon, V'; Nagachinta, T2; Duerr, A'; Rugpao, S'; Khamboonruang, C'; Nelson, KE4; 'Chiang Mai University, Thailand; 2CONRAD, 'CDC; 'The Johns Hopkins University, USA 18:30 461C DETECTION OF HIV ANTIBODY AMONG CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS INFECTED PREGNANT WOMEN IN JAPAN Umenai, T'; Sasaki, T; Sato, N; Endo, C; Honda, S; Hiroi, M; Ito, C; Nakagomi, O; Osaka, Y; 'University of Tokyo, Japan 18:45 462C ROLE OF GARDNERELLA VAGINALIS AS A COFACTOR IN HIV INFECTION Bhave, GG; Surve, CR; GSMC & KEM Hospital Bombay, India Room 9 (503) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS78: HIV/AIDS among Prisoners Chairs: Arwind Diwan (USA) Hideo Ohashi (Japan) 17:30 463C OUTBREAK OF HIV IN A SCOTTISH PRISON Taylor, A; Goldberg, D; Cameron, S; Emslie, J; Ruchill Hospital, UK 17:45 464C HIV-RELATED RISK REDUCTION AMONG WOMEN OFFENDERS IN JAIL AND IN THE COMMUNITY Schilling, RF; Ivanoff, A; El-Bassel, N; Borne, D; Kabas, F; Columbia University, USA 18:00 465C HIV-1 INFECTION IN ADULTS AND YOUNG OFFENDERS IN ONTARIO, CANADA Calzavara, L'; Major, C2; Myers, T'; Schlossberg, J'; Millson, M'; Wallace, E2; Fearon, M2; Rankin, J'; 'University of Toronto; 'Ontario Ministry of Health, Canada 18:15 466C HOW DO PRISIONERS USE CONDOMS IN BRAZILIAN JAILS? Oliveira, SJ; Longo, P; Damsceno, JL; Ntcleo de Orientacao em Safde Social, Brazil 18:30 467C HIV INFECTION IN PRISON IN MEXICO Magis, C'; Del Rio, A'; Gonzalez, G'; Garcia, ML'; Valdespino, JL'; Sepulveda, J2; 'Instituto Nacional de Diagn6stico y Referencia Epidemiologicos; 'Subsecretario de Salud; Mexico 18:45 468C COMPULSORILY DETAINED HIV PATIENTS IN SWEDEN Alexius, B; Wistedt, B; Danderyd Hospital, Sweden 81

Page  82 Wednesday 10 August / 17:30-19:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS79: Street Children and Out-of-School Youth NOTE Chairs: Daisuke Onuki (Japan) Shimpei Takuma (Japan) 17:30 4690 AN EVALUATION OF AN AIDS EDUCATION PHOTO-COMIC FOR THE YOUTH OF SOUTH AFRICA Reddy, P; Everett, K; Mathews, C; Swanevelder, S; Medical Research Council, South Africa 17:45 4700 ADOLESCENTS AS SKILLED AND COMMITTED HIV/STD PEER EDUCATORS IN JAMAICA Hue, L; Bain, B; White, B; Richardson, A; Petitgirard, A; Fee, N; Intern'l Fed of Red Cross; Red Crescent Societies; Jamaica Red Cross Society, Jamaica 18:00 4710 SCHOOL BASED COMMUNITY ACTION FOR AIDS/STD PREVENTION Tanskul, P; Ministry of Education, Thailand 18:15 4720 SOCIAL MARKETING OF 'AIDS EDUCATION FOR YOUTH'THE INDIAN EXPERIMENT Quraishi, SY; Youth Action on AIDS, India 18:30 473D GENDER-SPECIFIC CORRELATES OF MULTIPLE SEXUAL PARTNERS AMONG AFRICAN-AMERICAN ADOLESCENTS IN A HIGH RISK URBAN ENVIRONMENT Harper, G'; Lodico, M; DiClemente, R; Coates, T'; Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS); University of California, San Francisco, USA 18:45 4740 HAZARDS OF HIV/AIDS WORK: EXPERIENCES OF A COMMUNITY BASED HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AND CARE PROGRAM FOR HOMELESS YOUTH AND ADULTS IN THE SEX TRADE Urban, MT, Fellizar, IF; Kabalilat Ng Pamilyang Pilipino, Philippines 82

Page  83 Wednesday 10 August / 19:15 - 20:45 EVENING SPECIAL SESSION Room 2(Main Hall) ES-3 NOTE AIDS Education Moderators: Bin Takeda Chiba University (Japan) Daisuke Onuki Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention (Japan) 83

Page  84 11 AUGUST Plenary Sessions 08:80-10:00 PS25 Building Effective Partnerships Between Communities and Governments PS26 Controlling the Emergence of Tuberculosis in HIV-Infected Patients PS27 Knowledge Attitudes and Practices of Moroccan Medical Residents Towards HIV Infection PS28 Evaluation of Harm Reduction Methods Among Drug Users PS29 Future Strategies Regarding Children Affected by AIDS PS30 The Impact of HIV/AIDS Room 1 Room 1 Room 1 Room 2 Room 2 Room 2 Poster Sessions Part 2 Abstract Sessions 10:30-12:00 Posters (Part 2) will be displayed in the Exhibition Hall from 10:00 Wednesday 10 August through 17:00 Thursday 11 August. AS-80 AS-81 AS-82 AS-83 AS-84 AS-85 AS-86 AS-87 AS-88 Condom Use and HIV/AIDS Prevention Hemophilia Prisoners STD (3) HIV-Induced Abnormalities of Cellular Immunity Virus Co-factors Antiretroviral Therapy: Non Nucleosides and Protease Inhibitions Counseling HIV Variability Ill Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6 Room 7 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10 Round-table Sessions 18:00-14:80 RT-25 When to Start Antiretroviral Treatment RT-26 Women and Research on HIV/AIDS RT-27 People with Hemophilia and HIV-Lessons for the Future RT-28 Migration Issues and HIV/AIDS RT-29 Alternative Therapy RT-30 Increasing AIDS Prevention Through Increasing Condom Use RT-31 Trends and Involvement of Development NGOs in HIV/AIDS Work RT-32 Control of HIV-Related Tuberculosis Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 7 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10 84

Page  85 Thursday Program Abstract Sessions 15:00-10:80 PAS-89 AS-90 AS-91 AS-92 AS-93 AS-94 AS-95 AS-96 AS-97 Viral Accessory Genes Traditional and Natural Medicine HTLVs Education for STD Prevention Mycobacterial Infections: Other than Tuberculosis Intervention for Drug Users Public Education Through Mass Media The Workplace and HIV/AIDS Virus Isolation, Detection and Characterization: New Technology Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6 Room 7 Room 8 Room 9 Room 10 Closing Ceremony 17:00-19:00 Closing ceremony program to be announced. Room 1 85

Page  86 Thursday 11 August / 08:80-10:00 PLENARY SESSIONS Room 1 (National Convention Hall) Room 2 (Main Hall) m 08:30 Chairs: Kenzo Kiikuni (Japan) Teresita M. P. Bagasao (Philippines) BUILDING EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN COMMUNITIES AND GOVERNMENTS Dennis Altman, La Trobe University (Australia) PS25 08:30 PS28 Chairs: Tsunetsugu Munakata (Japan) L.G.M.Rodrigues (Brazil) EVALUATION OF HARM REDUCTION METHODS AMONG DRUG USERS Palaniappan Narayanan, Pink Triangle (Malaysia) 09:00 PS26 09:00 PS29 Chairs: Tadao Shimao (Japan) James W.Curran (USA) CONTROLLING THE EMERGENCE OF TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Jose M.Gatell, Hospital Clinic (Spain) Chairs: Dorothy Blake (Switzerland) J. B. Brunet (France) FUTURE STRATEGIES REGARDING CHILDREN AFFECTED BY AIDS Mazuwa Banda, Churches Medical Association of Zambia (Zambia) 09:30 PS27 09:30 PS30 Chairs: Jonathan M. Mann (USA) Kazuhiko Higuchi (Japan) KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES OF MOROCCAN MEDICAL RESIDENTS TOWARDS HIV INFECTION Hakima Himmich, University Hospital Center (Morocco) Chairs: Hirotada Hirose (Japan) Lieve Fransen (Belgium) THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS Stefano M. Bertozzi, WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) 86

Page  87 Thursday 11 August / 10:30-12:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS80: Condom Use and HIV/AIDS Prevention Chairs: Masashi Mizokami (Japan) Faustn Yao (Switzerland) 10:30 475C USER ACCEPTABILITY OF FEMALE CONDOM AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN SINGAPORE Chan, R; Soon, T; Dept of STD Control, Singapore 10:45 476C PROMOTION OF CONDOM USE FOR AIDS PREVENTIONEXPERIENCE IN THE UGANDA MUSLIM COMMUNITY Walakira, Y; Kagimu, M; Munyagwa, R; Islamic Medical Association of Uganda, Uganda 11:00 477C GLOBAL PROJECTIONS OF CONDOM REQUIREMENTS FOR STD/AIDS PREVENTION, 1994-2005 Freil, P; Lustig, E; WHO/GPA, Geneva, Switzerland 11:15 478C THE ONE HUNDRED PERCENT CONDOM PROGRAMME IN THAILAND, AN UPDATE Rojanapithayakorn, W; Department of Communicable Disease Control, Thailand 11:30 479C HOT RUBBER-THE CONDOM: MARKETING LIFESTYLE, IMPROVING PREVENTIVE BEHAVIOUR, GENERATING MONEY FOR NGO's: THE SWISS EXPERIENCE Htusermann, M; Roggli, C; Riedener, H; Stshli, A; Swiss Aids Foundation, Switzerland 11:45 480C PREDICTORS OF CONDOM USE WITH CASUAL PARTNERS AMONG MEN IN KAMPALA, UGANDA Kamya, MR; Ssali, A; Busulwa, R; Marin, BV'; Hearst, N'; Makerere University, Uganda; 'CAPS, Univ of Calif, San Francisco, USA Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS81: Hemophilia Chairs: Anastasia Karafoulidou (Greece) Jun-ichi Mimaya (Japan) 10:30 481B DETERMINANTS OF PROGRESSION IN A HEMOPHILIA COHORT FOLLOWED FOR 14 YEARS Hatzakis, A'; Karafoulidou, A'; Touloumi, G'; Polychronaki, H'; Gialeraki, A'; Kapsimali, V'; Economidou, I'; Mandalaki, T'; 'Athens Univ Med Sch; 'Laikon; 3Evangelismos Hosp, Greece 10:45 482B PROGRESSION TO AIDS AMONG HIV-POSITIVE HEMOPHILIACS Ghirardini, A; Chiarotti, F; Puopolo, M; Mancuso, G'; Zanetti, L; Perugini, L'; Arcieri, R; Scaraggi, FA'; The Italian Group of Congenital Coagulopathies (GICC); Istituto Superiore di Sanity; Hemophilia Centre of 'Torino; 'Palermo; 'Bari, Italy 11:00 483B CHANGES IN VIRAL LOAD IN HIV-1 INFECTED HEMOPHILIACS Horikoshi, Y'; Mimaya, J'; Tonouchi, T'; Amano, K'; Morita, T'; Naitou, H'; 'Shizuoka Children's Hospital; 'University of Shizuoka, Japan 11:15 484B CONDITIONS OF HIV INFECTED HEMOPHILIACS IN JAPAN Ishida, Y'; lenishi, S'; Ogasawara, K; Kawamura, M; 'Friendly Society of Hemophiliacs in Kyoto, Japan 11:30 485B COUNSELING FOR HIV-POSITIVE HEMOPHILIACS IN JAPAN Yanaga, Y; Ono, O; Shirahata, A; Univ of Occup & Educ Health, Japan 11:45 486B HIV INFECTED HEMOPHILIACS TREATED WITH ANTIRETROVIRALS Santarelli, M; Perez, BR; Varnavi, D; Tezanos, PM; Inst Inv Hematologicas 'Mariano R Castex', Argentina 87

Page  88 Thursday 11 August / 10:30-12:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS82: Prisoners Room 5 (304) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS83: STD (3) Chairs: Joan Anderson (Canada) Catherine Hankins (Canada) 10:30 48 IMPRISONED WOMEN, A POSITIVE CHANGE Perelis, L; Perez, P; SOLDAR, Argentina 10:45 48 EFFECTIVE HIV/AIDS POLICIES AND PROGRAMS FOR THE PRISON SYSTEM Vumbaca, G; Department of Corrective Services, Australia Chairs: Timothy D. Mastro (Thailand) Motoyasu Sugase (Japan) 70 10:30 493B MOLECULAR DETECTION OF HIV IN CERVICAL SCRAPINGS Rasheed, S; Li, Z; Xu, D; Kovacs, A; University of Southern California, USA 80 11:00 4890D STD/HIV PEER EDUCATION INCARCERATED: MULTIMEDIA MODEL Cozza, S; LCSW; ACSW; Cal Medical Facility, USA 11:15 4900D HOMOSEXUAL CONTACTS AMONG MALE PRISON INMATES IN RUSSIA Albov, AP'; Issaev, DD'; 'Ministry of Internal Affairs; ZBekhterev Institute, Russia 11:30 4910D SITUATION OF HIV/AIDS INMATES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF INTERNATIONAL RIGHTS, WHO DIRECTIVES AND CHILENA LEGISLATION Ortiz, F; Bustos, SP; Child, R; National Comission of AIDS, Chile 11:45 4920D PEOPLE IN DETENTION, PROTAGONIST OF CHANGE Vazquez, LN; Barberis, D; FUNDESO, Argentina 10:45 494B HIV MODIFIES SYPHILIS: SECONDARY RASH AND CHANCRE IN HIV+ PATIENTS Cruz, C; Garcla, ML; Lopez, A; Loo, E; Martinez, BJ; Villaseior, HM; Valdespino, JL;Seplveda, J; INDRE, SCD, Mexico 11:00 495B AETIOLOGY OF COMMON STD RELATED SYNDROMES OBSERVED AT A CLINIC IN WINDHOEK: A RESEARCH STUDY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF STD CLINICAL ALGORITHMS Ghidinelli, MN'; lyambo, S2; Hernandez, D2; Ludik, P2; Dangor, Y'; Ballard, R3; 'CEC/STD Adviser to NACP; 2NACP, Ministry of Health, Namibia; 'SAIMR, South Africa 11:15 496B HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOUR AMONG MALE STD PATIENTS OF PUNE, INDIA Gangakhedkar, R; Mehendale, S; Quinn, T'; Mawar, N; Rodrigues, J; Bollinger, R'; National AIDS Research Institute, India; JHU, USA 11:30 497B THE INTEGRATION OF STD/HIV SERVICES AS EFFECTIVE AND INTEREST EXAMPLE FOR DEVELOPPING COUNTRIES IN AID'S PREVENTION Ndoye, I; Sakho, ML; Benga, E; Tardy, M; Sart, LC; Diaw, I; Mboup, S; National AIDS Committee Senegal, Senegal 11:45 498B THE ALGORITHMS FOR SYNDROMIC APPROACH OF STD IN ADOPTION BY THE BRAZILIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH(MOH) Moherdaui, F; Rodrigues, LGM; Lima, JRC; Bueno, H; Gomes, F; National STD/AIDS Program, MOH, Brazil 88

Page  89 Thursday 11 August / 10:30-12:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) TRACK A: Basic Science AS84: HIV Induced Abnormalities of Cellular Immunity Chairs: Toshio Hattori (Japan) Kazuyuki Yoshizaki (Japan) 10:30 499A THE CARBOXYL-TERMINAL REGION OF HIV-1 Nef PROTEIN IS A CELL SURFACE DOMAIN WHICH INTERACTS WITH CD4+ T CELLS Ikuta, K'; Otake, K2; Nakaya, T'; Nishino, Y'; Zhong, Q'; Fujinaga, K'; Kameoka, M'; Ohki, K'; Fujii, Y; 1' Hokkaido University; 'Nagoya University, Japan 10:45 500A CD4+ T HELPER CELLS WITH A THO/TH2-LIKE FUNCTION DURING HIV INFECTION: EXPANSION AND INFECTION OF THE CD7-SUBSET Autran, B; Blanc, C; Legac, E; Gorochov, G; Debre, P; Hop Pitie-Salpetriere, France 11:00 501A ALTERATIONS IN PHENOTYPICALLY-DEFINED SUBSETS OF CD4 AND CD8 CELLS IN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV+ PATIENTS Benito, JM; Zabay, JM; Sanchez, E; Fernandez-Cruz, E; Hospital Gregorio Marafon, Spain 11:15 502A VIRO-IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDIES IN ACUTE HIV-1 INFECTION Roos, MTL; de Leeuw, NASM; Huisman, HG; Meyaard, L; Schellekens, PTA; Claessen, FAP'; Schuitemaker, H; Miedema, F; Univ of Amsterdam; 'Free University, The Netherlands 11:30 503A V61 REPERTOIRE OF yST CELLS IN HUMAN PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTES: INFLUENCE OF HIV-INFECTION Boullier, S; Cochet, M; Poccia, F; Gougeon, ML; Institut Pasteur, France 11:45 504A RAPID FLOW CYTOMETRY DETECTION OF T CELL SUBSET ACTIVATION IN AIDS Maino, VC'; Suni, M'; Ruitenberg, J'; Holodniy, M2; 'Becton Dickinson Immunocytometry Systems; 'Palo Alto VA Medical Center, USA Room 7 (501) TRACK A: Basic Science AS85: Virus Co-factors Chairs: Paolo Lusso (USA) Kazuo Nagashima (Japan) 10:30 505A HHV-7 USES CD4 AS A RECEPTOR AND INTERFERES WITH HIV INFECTION IN CD4+ T-CELLS AND MONONUCLEAR PHAGOCYTES Lusso, P; Secchiero, P; Crowley, RW; Berneman, ZN; Gallo, RC; NCI, NIH, USA 10:45 506A TRANSACTIVATION OF THE HIV LTR BY IE2 PROTEIN OF HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS IS DOWNREGULATED BY THE RETINOBLASTOMA GENE PRODUCT Choi, KS; Kim, S-J; Kim S'; 'Seoul National University, Korea 11:00 507A FREQUENCY OF HHV-6 INFECTION IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Ablashi, D'; Kaplan, M2; Salahuddin, SZ'; Pearson, GR'; 'G'town Univ; 'No Shore Univ Hosp; 'Univ of So Cal, USA 11:15 508A HHV-6 SALI-L ORF-1 REACTIVATES HIV-1 PROVIRUS Rosenthal, L; Sadaie, MR; Kashanchi, F; Georgetown University, USA 11:30 509A BK VIRUS INFECTION IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Sata, T'; Matsukura, T'; Kurata, T'; Wakabayashi, T2; 'NIH; 2University of Tokyo, Japan 11:45 510A ASSOCIATION OF MYCOPLASMA PENETRANS WITH HIV INFECTION Grau, O'; Slizewicz, B2; Tuppin, P'; Launay, V'; Lafeuillade, A'; Bahraoui, E'; Blanchard, A'; Rozenbaum, W4; Montagnier, L'; 'Institut Pasteur; 2Diagnostics Pasteur; 'Hfpital Chalucet, Toulon; 'Hopital Rothschild, France 89

Page  90 Thursday 11 August / 10:30-12:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) Room 9 (503) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS86: Antiretroviral Therapy: Non Nucleoside; and Protease Inhibitions Chairs: David A. Cooper (Australia) Michael S. Saag (USA) 10:30 EFFICACY OF NEVIRAPINE ADDED TO ZIDOVUDINE IN Pi HIV-1-INFECTED PATIENTS WITH CD4 +COUNTS< 500/ mm3 Carr, A; St Vincent's Hospital, Australia 10:45 PHASE II CLINICAL TRIALS OF DELAVIRDINE MESYLATI COMBINATION THERAPY Freimuth, WW; Davey, R'; Batts, D'; Lane, C'; Co: Wathen, L; Peel, B; Daenzer, C; Morse, G; Chaitt, Herpin, B'; Upjohn; 'NIH, USA 11:00 EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY AND TOLERANCE OF R18893, R89439 (loviride) AND PLACEBO IN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV1 PATIENTS Staszewski, S'; Vandercam, B2; DeVuyst, H2; Colebunders, B2; Clumeck, N2; Stille, W'; Peeters, I Andries, K3; Stoffels, P'; Van Den Broeck, R'; Jans PAJ'; 'Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universitat; 2The Belgian Alpha-APA clinical trial group; 'Janssen Research Foundation, Germany 11:15 FINDING NEW INHIBITORS OF THE HIV-1 INTEGRASE: STRUCTURE-BASED AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES Weinstein, JN; Raghavan, K; Buolamwini, J; Zahar D; Paull, KD; Mazumder, A; Fesen, M; Kohn, K'W Pommier, Y; National Cancer Institute, USA 11:30 CHARACTERISATION OF "IN VIVO" SELECTED HIV-1 VARIANTS WITH REDUCED SENSITIVITY TO PROTEINAS INHIBITOR SAQUINAVIR Mous, J; Brun-Vezinet, F'; Duncan, IB2; Hanggi, 1\ Jacobsen, H; Vella, S'; F Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Switzerland; Hopital Bichat-Claude Bernard, Franc( 2Roche Products Ltd, UK; 'Inst Superiore di Sanita, Italy 11:45 IN VITRO INDUCTION OF HIV-1 WITH REDUCED SENSITI TO HIV PROTEASE INHIBITORS, KNI-227 AND KNI-272 Anderson, B; Kageyama, S; Ueno, T; Mitsuya, H; National Cancer Institute, USA TRACK B/D: Clinical Science and Care/Impact, Societal Response and Education AS87: Counseling Chairs: Kazuhiko Higuchi (Japan) Eric van Praag (WHO) 10:30 517B/D CONFIDENTIAL SHARING - THE LINK FROM INDIVIDUAL TO COMMUNITY COUNSELLING Campbell, ID; Rader, AD; The Salvation Army International Headquarters, UK 10:45 518B/D HIV PREVENTION COUNSELING USING AN ON-SITE, RAPID HIV ASSAY Kassler, WJ'; Dillon, B'; Haley, C2; Schenk, T2; Hutcheson, D2; Jones, W'; Gerber, R'; Beeker, C'; Stark, K'; Holtgrave, D'; 'Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2Dallas County Health Department, USA 11:00 519B/0 VOLUNTARY HIV COUNSELLING AND TESTING (C&T) IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA WHO COMES, WHY AND DOES IT HELP Kelly, M'; Baggaley, R"2; Phiri, M'; Bennett, J'; Chanda, C'; 'Kara Counselling and Training Trust, Zambia; 2London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine 11:15 5 TRAINING TRADITIONAL HEALERS FOR AIDS AND STD PREVENTION AND COUNSELLING: A COMMUNITY EXPERIENCE IN UGANDA King, R"; Kyeyune, P"2; Kabatesi, D'; Ssali, A'; K D'; Kwamya, L'; Kaleeba, N2; Homsy, J"'; 'THEW 2TASO; 'MSF-CH, Uganda 20B/D (itto, VA; 515B 11:30 AIDS COUNSELLING IN RURAL MALAWI E Sliep, Y; Memisa Medicus Mundi, Malawi 521B/D 11:45 522B/D DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERVIEW MODEL TO GIVE RESULTS OF HIV POSITIVE SEROLOGIC TESTS Castro, P'; Guerra, A2; Escalante, A'; 'Casa de la Sal, AC; 2Banco Central de Sangre Centro Medico La Raza, Mexico 90

Page  91 Thursday 11 August / 10:30-12:00 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 10 (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK A: Basic Science AS88: HIV Variability III NOTE Chairs: Bencha Petchclai (Thailand) Bruce G. Weniger (USA) 10:30 523A ANALYSIS OF HIV-1 LTR VARIANTS FROM MULTIPLE BODY SITES Ait-Khaled, M; Emery, VC; Royal Free Hospital Med Sch, UK 10:45 524A COMPARISON OF HIV-1 ENV AND POL EVOLUTION N LYMPH NODE, PERIPHERAL BLOOD AND PLASMA Robb, ML; Frey, S; Polonis, V'; Mayers, DL; Ruderman, J; White, FA'; Lane, J'; Michael, NL; Turnicky, R; Redfield, RR; WRAIR; 'SRA Technologies, USA 11:00 525A PCR ANALYSIS OF HIV-1 ENV VARIABILITY IN LONG-TERM BENIGN INFECTIONS Scolaro, MJ; Brucker, R; Javaherbin, P; Sevall, JS; Los Angeles Oncologic Institute, USA 11:15 526A IMPAIRED CTL RECOGNITION DUE TO GENETIC VARIATIONS IN THE MAIN IMMUNOGENIC REGION OF THE HIV-1 NEF PROTEIN Couillin, I; Culmann-Penciolelli, B; Gomard, E; Choppin, J; Levy, J-P, Guillet, J-G; Saragosti, S; Hospital COCHIN, France 11:30 527A SERA FROM HIV-1 INFECTED THAI SUBJECTS CROSSNEUTRALIZE A VARIETY OF HIV-1 SEQUENCE SUBTYPES Kliks, S; Ichimura, H'; Visrutaratna, S2; Dumitrescu, O; Levy, JA; Univ of Calif, San Francisco, USA; 'Kure Nat Hospital, Japan; 2Chiang Mai Public Health, Thailand 11:45 528A VARIATION OF Vi AND V2 DOMAINS OF HIV-2 ENV GENE IN EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED MACAQUES Btyon-Auboyer, M-H; Boussin, F; Vogt, G; Le Grand, R; Vaslin, B; Dormont, D; CRSSA/CEA, France 91

Page  92 Thursday 11 August / 18:00-14:30 ROUND-TABLE SESSIONS RT-25 Room 1 (National Convention Hall) WHEN TO START ANTIRETROVIRAL TREATMENT Moderators: David Cooper St. Vincent's Hospital (Australia) Joep Lange WHO, Global Programme on AIDS (Switzerland) Speakers: Mark Harrington Treatment Action Group (USA) H. Clifford Lane National Institutes of Health (USA) Lars Mathiesen Hvidovre Hospital (Denmark) RT-27 Room 3 (301 + 302) PEOPLE WITH HEMOPHILIA AND HIV-LESSONS FOR THE FUTURE Moderators: Terkel Andersen Centre for Rare Diseases and Disabilities (Denmark) Dana Kuhn Hemophilia CSS (USA) Speakers: Kiyohiko Katahira Tokyo Medical and Dental University (Japan) Egmont Koch Writer and Author (Germany) Debra Rosenberg Peer Association/WORLD (USA) Yukuo Yasuda Tokyo Hemophilia Fraternal Association (Japan) RT-26 Room 2 (Main Hall) RT-28 Room 4 (303) WOMEN AND RESEARCH ON HIV/AIDS Moderators: Isabelle De Vincenzi European AIDS Centre (France) Waafa El Sadr Harlem Hospital (USA) Speakers: Agnes Runganga Blair Research Institutes (Zimbabwe) Judith Stephenson University College London Medical School (United Kingdom) Barbara Suligoi Istituto Superiore Di Saniti (Italy) MIGRATION ISSUES AND HIV/AIDS Moderators: Mary Haour-Knipe Assessing AIDS Prevention (Switzerland) Rinske van Duifhuizen European Project 'AIDS & Mobility' (the Netherlands) Speakers: Alix Adrien Montreal General Hospital (Canada) Maria Nenette Motus International Organization for Migration (Croatia) Richard Rector HIV-Danmark Migration, Health and AIDS (Denmark) Jamie Tovar-Reyes AIDS Coordinator for Migrants (Germany) 92

Page  93 Thursday 11 August / 18:00-14:30 ROUND-TABLE SESSIONS RT-29 Room 7 (501) ALTERNATIVE THERAPY Moderators: Olayiwola Akerele Medical Cabinet (Zimbabwe) Koji Miyamoto Fukuoka University School of Medicine (Japan) Speakers: Albert Cheeks Us Helping Us (USA) Erick Gbodossou Traditional Health Center (Senegal) Wei-Bo, Lu Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (China) Sadras Thyagarajan University of Madras (India) RT-31 Room 9 (503) TRENDS AND INVOLVEMENT OF DEVELOPMENT NGOs IN HIV/AIDS WORK Moderators: Abdelkader Bacha ENDA Health Programme/AfriCASO (Senegal) Timothy MacKay Project Concern International (Indonesia) Speakers: Ian Campbell The Salvation Army (United Kingdom) Jane Galvio Associaqio Brasileira Interdisciplinar de AIDS (Brazil) Susai Michael Madras Christian Council of Social Service (India) RT-30 Room 8 (502) RT-32 Room 10 (Ballroom Intercontinental) INCREASING AIDS PREVENTION THROUGH INCREASING CONDOM USE Moderators: Maria Eugenia Fernandes Family Health International (Brazil) Richard Frank Population Services International (USA) Speakers: Auguste Kpognon Association Beninoise Pour le Marketing Social (Benin) Mukami Mugo Kenya Condom Social Marketing Project (Kenya) Vijay Thakur Janaksingh South India AIDS Action Programme (India) CONTROL OF HIV-RELATED TUBERCULOSIS Moderators: Arata Kochi WHO, Tuberculosis Programme (Switzerland) Tadao Shimao Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association (Japan) Speakers: Arata Kochi WHO, Tuberculosis Programme (Switzerland) Alwyn Mwinga University of Zambia (Zambia) Lee Reichman New Jersey Medical School (USA) 93

Page  94 Thursday 11 August / 15:00-16:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 2 (Main Hall) TRACK A: Basic Science AS89: Viral Accessory Genes Chairs: Akinori Ishimoto (Japan) Reinhard Kurth (Germany) 15:00 529A FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF HIV-1 VIF AND VPU PROTEINS Tokunaga, K; Ikuta, K'; Kawamura, M; Adachi, A; Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto University,; Hokkaido University; Japan 15:15 530A HIV-1 NEF DOWN-REGULATES CD4 RECEPTOR BY A BIMODAL MECHANISM Venkatesan, S'; Hiller, S'; Popov, S'; Gratton, S2; Chandrasekhar, S'; Sekaly, RP'; 'NIAID, USA; 'IRCM, Canada 15:30 531A MECHANISM OF CELL SURFACE CD4 DOWN-REGULATION BY NEF Garcia JV; Anderson, SJ; St Jude Children's Research Hospital, USA 15:45 532A POSITIVE EFFECT OF NEF ON SIV REPLICATION IN MICROGLIA Kawahara, T'; Desrosiers, RC; Kodama, T'; 'Oregon Regional Primate Research Center, USA 16:00 533A COMPLIANCE WITH PREVENTION GUIDELINES: CONGENITAL SYPHILIS OUTCOMES AMONG URBAN WOMEN IN ATLANTA GA 1990-1993 Fichtner, RR'; Warner, DL2; Rochat, RW2; Conlon, RT'; 'CDC; 'GA DHR, USA 16:15 534A VIF & VPU OF HIV-1: CROSSTALK IN THE HIV GENOME? Dayton, ET; Cantaloupo, L; Dayton, AI; NIAID, NIH USA Room 3 (301 + 302) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS90: Traditional and Natural Medicine Chairs: Michio Fujimaki (Japan) Toshio Hattori (Japan) 15:00 535B ANTI-HIV AND IMMUNOSTIMULANT EFFECTS OF GSPH-1 ON HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Ben Amar, M; Morisset, R; Poirier, G; Hotel-Dieu Hospital, Canada 15:15 536B EFFECTS OF THALIDOMIDE ON WASTING SYNDROME IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS A RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL Reyes-Tertn, G; Sierra-Madero, JG; Martinez del Cerro, V; MunOz-Trejo, T; Arroyo-Figueroa, H; Pasquetti, A; Calva, JJ; Ruiz-Palacios, GM; Instituto Nacional de la Nutrici6n, Mexico 15:30 537B JOHREI IN THE TREATMENT OF HIV/AIDS Bihari, B; Foundation for Integrative Research, USA 15:45 538B PRELIMINARY STUDY ON TREATMENT OF HIV INFECTION WITH AIDS-NO 1 Ni, Y; Zhejiang Academy of Medical Sciences, China 16:00 539B COLLABORATING WITH TRADITIONAL HEALERS IN AIDS RESEARCH, PREVENTION AND CARE IN UGANDA Kabatesi, D'; King, R1'; Kwamya, L'; Katabira, E2; Kalibala, S; Kaleeba, N2; Homsy, J"; 'THETA/ THEWA; 2TASO; 'MSF-CH; Uganda; 'WHO/GPA/ IDS, Switzerland 16:15 540B ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT AS CONTRIBUTION TO CARE OF pwHIV/AIDS Wolflers, I; de MorSe, S; Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands 94

Page  95 Thursday 11 August / 15:00-16:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 4 (303) Room 5 (304) TRACK A: Basic Science AS91: HTLVs Chairs: Phyllis Kanki (USA) Shigeo Mori (Japan) 15:00 541A CHRONOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF HISTOPATHOLOGY AND mRNA EXPRESSION OF CYTOKINES AND NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM OF THE HAM RAT DISEASE Ohya, O; Tomaru, U; Kasai, T; Yamashita, I; Hanlon, C'; Abe, M; Seto, K; Ikeda, H; Wakisaka, A; Koprowski, H'; Yoshiki, T; Hokkaido Univ Sch Med, Japan; 'Thomas Jefferson University, USA 15:15 542A INTEREST OF ANTI-HTLV-I ANTIBODY TITER IN SYMPTOMLESS INDIVIDUALS Joubert, L; Mariotti, M; Reed, D'; Petit, JC; Lefrere, J-J; INTS, HOpital St-Antoine, France; 'Diagnostic Biotechnology, Switzerland 15:30 543A PRENATAL AND POSTNATAL TRANSMISSION OF HTLV-1 IN RATS Hori, M; Kushida, S; Uchida, K; Abe, T; Miwa, M; University of Tsukuba, Japan 15:45 544A HTLV-I IN JAPAN EVIDENCE FOR TWO MOLECULAR SUBTYPES WITH A NORTH SOUTH GRADIENT Gessain, A'; Ureta Vidal, A'; Mahieux, R'; Yoshida, M'; Nishioka, K'; Tekaia, D'; Rosen, L'; de The, GB'; 'Institut Pasteur, France; 'Tokyo University; 'Japanese Red Cross Society, Japan 16:00 545A VIRAL AMPLIFICATION VIA CLONAL EXPANSION, RATHER THAN BY REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION, WOULD HELP EXPLAIN THE GENETIC STABILITY OF HTLV-1 Wattel, E; Vartanian, JP; Wain-Hobson, S; Service des Maladies du Sang, L; Institut Pasteur; France 16:15 546A RESTRICTED TCR Va AND Vl USAGE BY HTLV-1 SPECIFIC CD8+CTL FROM PERIPHERAL BLOOD OF PATIENTS WITH HAM/TSP Elovaara, I; Utz, U; Smith, S; Lehky, T; Jacobson, S; National Institutes of Health, Finland TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS92: Education for STD Prevention Chairs: Yasuhiro Kanenaga (Japan) Shoji Okamoto (Japan) 15:00 5470 STD/HIV PREVENTION IN TURKEY: PLANNING A SEQUENCE OF INTERVENTIONS Aral, SO'; Fransen, L'; Koral, S'; Fincancioglu, N'; 'CDC Atlanta, USA; 'EC Brussels, Belgium; 'FPA and HRDF, Turkey 15:15 5480 STD/HIV PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR WOMEM OF LOW SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS IN LIMA, PERU Sanchez, S; Woolcott, D; Mejia, A; Rouillon, M; Blume, E; Mazzotti, G; Sanchez, J; VIA LIBRE, Peru 15:30 549D STD PREVENTION IN LOW-RISK POOR WOMEN OF DELHI Sushma, S; Mathur, R; Yadav, N; Sarin, E; Sahi, R; Rao, B; AIWC-Delhi, India 15:45 5500 KAP STUDY ABOUT STDS AND FAMILY PLANNING AMONG RURAL YOUTH IN UGANDA Sentumbwe, S; Lyomoki, SW; Guwattude, D; Makerere University, Uganda 16:00 5510 AIDS AND STD TOLD TO CHILDREN Laforest, FG'; Alexandre, G2; Ndimurukundo, N'; Nyabaraha, L'; Agoh, J'; Ruobti, D; Margron, E2; Alexandre, Y'; 'CRIPS, France; 'University d'HAITI, Haiti; 'UniversitE du BURUNDI, Burundi; 4PNLS, Burundi; 'AssemblEe Nationale du CAMEROUN, Cameloon; 'OMS/PNLS, Burundi 16:15 5520 SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR & PREVALENCE OF STD & HIV INFECTION IN NIGERIAN ADOLESCENTS Osotimehin, B; Dare, L; Ojengbede, O; Univ of Ibadan, Nigeria 95

Page  96 Thursday 11 August / 15:00-16:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 6 (305) Room 7 (501) TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care AS93: Mycobacterial Infections: Other than Tuberculosis Chairs: Akira Ito (Japan) Noboru Takata (Japan) 15:00 553B OCCULT 01'S IN HIV DISEASE Carroll, E; Salvato, P; Thompson, C; Flores, R; Houston Immuno Institute, USA 15:15 554B BACILLUS CALMETTE-GUERIN INFECTION IN CHILDREN WITH AIDS Sato, HK; Ferrazoli, L; Goncalves, AM F; Pastorino, AC; Jacob, CMA; Marques, HH S; Grumach, AS; Univ Sao Paulo; Inst A Lutz, Brazil 15:30 555B THE CANADIAN RANDOMIZED OPEN-LABEL TRIAL OF COMBINATION THERAPY FOR MAC BACTEREMIA: BLOOD CULTURE RESULTS Phillips, P; Chomyc, S; Talbot, J; Gill, J; Singer, J; Shafran, S; the Canadian MAC Study Group; Canadian HIV Trials Network, Canda. 15:45 556B THE CANADIAN RANDOMIZED OPEN-LABEL TRIAL OF COMBINATION THERAPY FOR MAC BACTEREMIA:QUALITY OF LIFE OUTCOMES Singer, J; Fanning, M; Thorne, A; Turgeon, F; Duperval, R; Schlech, W; Shafran, S; the Canadian MAC Study Group; Canadian HIV Trials Network, Canada 16:00 557B RIFABUTIN MAC PROPHYLAXIS TREATMENT IND Gordin, FM'; Sullam, PM; Smith, BR; Schoenfelder, J; Depietro, N; Wynne, B; Washington, DC-VAMC, VAMC-UCSF, PACT, Inc; Pharmacia Adria, USA 16:15 558B CLARITHROMYCIN FOR THE PREVENTION OF M AVIUM COMPLEX IN AIDS Pierce, M'; Heifets, L2; Crampton, S'; 'Vanderbilt University;2Nat'I Jewish Center; 'Abbott Lab, USA TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AS94: Intervention for Drug Users Chairs: Sander G. Genser (USA) Kiyoshi Wada (Japan) 15:00 559C THE BASICS BOX:A BOX FOR SAFER INJECTING AND THE PREVENTION OF NEEDLE STICK INJURIES Doorninck, M V; de Loor, A'; NIAD; 'Adviesburo Drugs, The Netherlands 15:15 560C CHANGES IN HIGH-RISK BEHAVIORS AMONG HETEROSEXUALS FOLLOWING ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT Avins, AL; Woods, WJ; Lindan, CP; Boscarino, JA; Hudes, ES; Clark, W; Hulley, SB; University of California, San Francisco, USA 15:30 561C DECLINING RISK FOR HIV AMONG IDUs IN KATHMANDU: IMPACT OF A HARM REDUCTION PROGRAMME Maharjan, SH'; Peak, A'; Rana, S'; Crofts, N2; 'Lifesaving & Lifegiving Society, Nepal; 'Macfarlane Burnet Ctr for Med Res, Australia 15:45 562C INTEGRATION OF HIV PRIMARY CARE IN METHADONE MAINTENANCE TREATMENT PROGRAMS(MMTP) IN HARLEM Govia, L; Scimeca, M; El-Sadr, W; Patel, G; Nkanga, N; Ampy, L; Harlem Hospital Center, USA 16:00 563C TRAINING PEOPLE TO REACH INJECTING DRUG USERS IN N E INDIA-ANAGALAND EXPERIENCE Basu, AR; Gosh, S; Zaveri, Y; Roy, T'; Panghal, JS'; Outreach & Counselling Consuling; 'Monitoring & Evaluation; 'IEC Consultants for SIDA Project in N E India; 5 NGOs, India 16:15 564C THE PUBLIC HEALTH IMPACT OF NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAMS(NEPS) Lurie, P'; Sorensen, J'; Lane, S'; Kahn, JG'; Guydish, J'; Foley, J'; Chen, D'; Bowser, B'; Jones, TS'; Reingold, AL'; 'University of California, San Francisco, 2Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 'UC, Berkeley, lISA 96

Page  97 Thursday 11 August / 15:00-16:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS Room 8 (502) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS95: Public Education through Mass Media Chairs: Hirotada Hirose (Japan) Eriko Ikeda (Japan) Takao Yamada (Japan) 15:00 5650D DEVELOPMENT OF GENERIC-IECPACKAGES FOR TARGET POPULATIONS IN INDIA Larivee, C'; Kashyap, N2; Prashar, A2; Panghaal, J2; 'WHO; 2National AIDS Control Organization, India 15:15 5660D BRAZILIAN PLAYBOY AGAINST HIV:A PIONEERING APPROACH Lemes, C'; Varella, D'; Hearst, N'; Castilho, E4; 'Editora Abril; 2Unip, Brazil; 'CAPS, USA; 'Fiocruz, Brazil 15:30 5670D ARGENTINA:USE OF THE PREVENTION HANDBOOK IN THE FORMATION OF HUMAN RESOURSES Burgos, A; Girotti, C; Revsin, N; Diaz, A; Moreno, S; RED Foundation, Argentina 15:45 5680D THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION CAMPAIGN FOR AIDS/HIV THROUGH MASS MEDIAS FROM 1992 TO 1994 Maeda, M; Inagaki, T; Ishii, A; Ashizawa, M; Minamitani, M; Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan 16:00 5690D ETHNIC YOUTH'S SOCIAL NETWORK STRUCTURE CAN INFORM HIV PREVENTION Lovely, RH; Liebow, EB; Battelle, S; Vera, M'; McGrady, GA2; Mueller, C; Mann, E'; Klovdahl, AS'; Battlile Seattle Research Center; 'Univ Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico; 2Morehouse School of Med; 'Univ Hawaii, USA; 'Australia Nat Univ, Australia 16:15 5700 "AIDS RISK" AND "RISK POLICY" IN THE MEDIA: COMPARING FRANCE, GERMANY AND THE UK IN THE 90'S Preda, A; Bielefeld University, Germany Room 9 (503) TRACK 0: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AS96: The Workplace and HIV/AIDS Chairs: Tsunetoshi Fukuzawa (Japan) Ann Marie Kimball (USA) 15:00 5710 THE RESPONSE OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS TO HIV/AIDS Albers, C; Tarantola, D; Bezmanilovic, B; Barese, P; Harvard School of Public Health, USA 15:15 5720 PEER EDUCATION IN THE WORKPLACE BY MEMBERS OF THE POSITIVE AND LIVING SQUAD IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA:IS IT EFFECTIVE? Baggaley, R1,2; Mukosha, J'; Chipanta, D'; Zulu, W'; Bennett, J'; Godfrey-Faussett, P2,4; 'Kara-Zambart Project; 2London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; 'Kara Counselling and Training Trust; 'University Teaching Hospital, Zambia 15:30 AIDS EDUCATION AND INTERVENTION TRIALS AMONG YOUTH IN FACTORIES: A PILOT PROJECT Sakondhavat C; Khon Kaen University, Thailand 5730 15:45 5740 EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR TRANSPORT STAFF IN WORK PLACE Palaniappan, K; State AIDS Project Cell, India 16:00 5750 A MULTI-CENTER STUDY ON THE CHANGE OF KNOWLEDGE, IMAGINARY AND BEHAVIOURS IN A WORKING ENVIRONMENT THROUGH A PREVENTION PROGRAM Agnoletto, V'; Ceserani, N'; D'Alessandro, A';et al; 'LILA, Italy 16:15 5760 AIDS POLICY AND EDUCATION AT WORKPLACE IN JAPAN Onoda, K; Fukuwatari, Y; Muto, T; Sakurai, Y'; Umetada, Y2; Nagumo, A'; Juntendo Univ; 'National Medical Center; 2Sanwa Bank; 'Nippon Express, Japan 97

Page  98 Thursday 11 August / 15:00-16:30 ABSTRACT SESSIONS RoomlO (Ballroom, Intercontinental Hotel) TRACK A: Basic Science AS97: Virus Isolation, Detection and NOTE Characterization: New Technology Chairs: Chantapong Wasi (Thailand) Namiko Yoshihara (Japan) 15:00 577A QUANTITATION OF HIV-1 RNA BY BRANCHED DNA ASSAY DURING LONG-TERM ZIDOVUDINE THERAPY Cotte, L; Trabaud, MA; Bissuel, F; Trepo, C; INSERM U 271, France 15:15 578A DIRECT DETECTION OF HIV-1 DNA OR RNA AT THE SINGLE CELL LEVEL BY IN-CELL PCR Gorochov G; Parizot, C; Debre, P; Autran, B; Angevin, E; URA CNRS, France 15:30 579A ENHANCED DETECTION RATE OF HIV DNA AND RNA BY PCR IN SALIVA FROM HIV SEROPOSITIVE IDUs Hewlett, IK'; Joshi, B'; Lee, SF; Epstein, J; Qureshi, MN2; 'CBER, FDA; 2Beth Israel Hospital, USA 15:45 580A QUANTITATION OF HIV VIRAL LOAD IN PBMCS AND PLASMA USING BRANCHED DNA(bDNA) SIGNAL AMPLIFICATION Dailey, P; Wilber, J; Neuwald, P; Chiron Corporation, USA 16:00 581A GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF INFECTIOUS HIV-1 POPULATION IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS Kato, S; Hiraishi, Y; Sugita, T; Takano, T; Keio University School of Medicine,, Japan 16:15 582A AN APPROACH TO MONITOR VIABLE HIV-1: (1) POLY A LINKED NON-ISOTOPIC MICROTITER PLATE ASSAY FOR REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE OF RETROVIRUSES Suzuki, K; Saito, T'; Takahashi, T; Kano, K; Watanabe, S'; Imai, M'; Olympus Co; 'Kanagawa Prefectural Institute of Health, Japan 98

Page  99 POSTER SESSIONS PART 1 Monday 8 AUGUST & Tuesday 9 AUGUST

Page  100 TRACK A: Basic Science PA01: Entry and Tropism I PA0001 DIFFERENT ACTION OF TRYPTASE TL2 ON TWO VARIETIES OF HIV-1 V3 LOOP WHICH WAS NATURALLY OCCURRED ON ONE AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTION Oka, S; Ida, S; Hirabayashi, Y'; Nokihara, K2; Shioda, T; Nagai, Y; Kimura, S; Shimada, K; Ohkubo, P; Niwa, Y4; Kido, H4; Inst Med Sci, Univ of Tokyo; 'Tokyo Metropolitan Inst for Neurosci; 'Tokyo Univ Agriculture & Technology; 'Shiga Med Coil; Inst for Enzyme Res, Univ of Tokushima, Japan PA0002 TACRINE: AN ANTI-HIV ACTING ON THE MACROPHAGE NA+ SODIUM CHANNEL MOLECULAR MIMICRY BETWEEN THE SCORPION VENOM AND HIV ENVELOPE gp 120 SECOND CONSERVED DOMAIN C2 & V3 LOOP Tran, MKG; Nguyen, DX; Univ Paris V, France PA0003 V3-SEQUENCE HOMOGENEITY AND HETEROGENEITY IN VIVO Yamashita, A'; Koyanagi, Y'; Matsuda, J2; Yamamoto, N'; 'Tokyo Med and Dent Univ; 'Teikyo, Univ, Japan PA0004 CHARACTERISATION OF THE V3 REGION OF HIV ISOLATES IN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA Distler, O; McQueen, P W; Tsang, M; Byrne, C; Evans, L; Penny, R; Cooper, D; Delaney, SF; Univ NSW; St Vincent's Hospital, Australia PA0005 V3 LOOP BINDING PROTEIN FROM U937 CELLS Xu, Y; Murakami, T; Kawase, S; Uchiyama, T; Hattori, T; Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto University, Japan PA0006 CONSTRUCTION OF INFECTIOUS MOLECULAR CLONE OF HIV-1 VARIANTS AND THEIR INFECTIVITY TO BRAIN-DERIVED CELLS Shimizu, NS; Shimizu, NG; Takeuchi, Y; Hoshino, H; Gunma Univ, Japan PAO007 GENERATION OF TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE MUTANT OF HIV-1 Sakuragi, J; Ueda, S; Research Institute for Microbial Diseases, Osaka Univ, Japan PA0008 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF TWO BIOLOGICALLY DISTINCT HIV-2 CLONES Adachi, A; Kawamura, M; Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto University, Japan PAO009 CYTOLYTICALLY ACTIVE REGIONS OF HIV-1 ENVELOPE Andreev, S; Gorbunova, Z; Vafina, M; Molodtsov, N; Meshcheryakova, D; Khaitov, RM; Institute of Immunology, Moscow, Russia PAO010 HIV INFECTION OF HUMAN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELLS MODULATES THE EXPRESSION OF CELL SURFACE MARKERS Serra, C; Falcone, V; Conaldi, PG; Basolo, F; Speziale, P; Dolei, A; Toniolo, A; Univ of Pavia; Univ of Sassari, Italy PA0011 UNSTIMULATED HUMAN SPLEEN CELLS ARE HIGHLY PERMISSIVE FOR PRIMARY AND LAB STRAINS OF HIV-1 Tsai, WP; et al; NCI-FCRDC, USA PA0012 FUNCTIONAL ROLE OF THE V2 REGION OF HIV-1 ENVELOPE GP120 ON CELL TROPISM Koito, A; Stamatatos, L; Cheng-Mayer, C; Univ of Calif, San Francisco, USA PAO2: Entry and Tropism II PA0013 INVOLVEMENT OF ACTIN MICROFILAMENTS IN HIV-1 ENV-INDUCED CELL-CELL FUSION Minoguchi, S; Jin, N-Y; Murata, M; Shida, H; Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto Univ, Japan PAO014 INTEGRIN-MEDIATED HIV-CELL INTERACTION Karamov, EV; Bilinov, V; Zverev, V; Kornilayeva, G; Turgiev, A; Tatarintsev, A; Ivanovsky, DI; Inst of Virology, Moscow, Russia PA0015 CELL SENSITIVITY TO HIV AND CHANGE IN THEIR KARYOTYPE Kushch, A; Grabovskaya, I; Pashkova, T; Karamov, E; Institute of Virology, Moscow, Russia PA0016 CULTURED DENDRITIC CELLS (DC) ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO HIV INFECTION AND EFFICIENTLY TRANSMIT VIRUS TO T CELLS Tsunetsugu-Yokota, Y'; Akagawa, KS'; Kimoto, H'; Meyerhans, A2; Takemori, T'; 'National Institute of Health, Japan; 'Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene, Germany PA0017 GP120 INDUCES CD4-ASSOCIATION WITH MEMBRANE COMPONENT (S) AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO PMA-INDUCED CO-MODULATION Golding, H; Lapham, C; CBER, FDA, USA PA0018 LAMININ AND FIBRONECTIN INTERFERE WITH THE BINDING OF HIV-1 gpl20/160 TO CD4 Bozzini, S; Falcone, V; Conaldi, PG; Visai, L; Dolei, A; Speziale, P; Toniolo, A; University of Pavia; University of Sassari; Italy PA0019 POSSIBLE ROLE OF HIV gpl20 IN CD2/LFA-3 ACTIVATION PATHWAY Blinov, VM; Resenchuk, SM; Denisov, SI; Chirikova, GB; Zverev, VV; Institute of Molecular Biology, Russia PAO020 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF HIV-1 GLYCOPROTEINS WITH DELETIONS IN gpl20 Adams, O; Schaal, H; Scheid, A; Universitt Dttsseldorf, Germany 100

Page  101 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0021 POSSIBLE COOPERATIVITY OF TRYPTASE TL2 AND CD26 ON PROTEOLYTIC CLEAVAGE OF V3 LOOP OF HIV-1 gpl20 Niwa, Y'; Ohkubo, I2; Kido, H'; ' Inst for Enzyme Res, Univ of Tokushima; 2Shiga Univ of Med Science, Japan PA0022 PEPTIDASE ACTIVITY OF CD26 IS NOT NECESSARY FOR ITS FUNCTION IN HIV ENTRY AND CYTOPATHIC EFFECT Callebaut, C; Krust, B; Marie, I; Jacotot, E; Robert, N; Guichard, G; Briand, JP; Muller, S; Barth, A; Montagnier, L; Hovanessian, AG; Institut Pasteur, France; IBMC Strasbourg; AGMV, Germany PA0023 HIV-INFECTED CELLS CAN KILL CD4+ CELLS UPON CONTACT Nardelli, B'; Gonzalez, CJ'; Schechter, M2; Valentine, FT'; 'NYU Medical Center, USA; 2Fed Univ Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PA0024 UNESSENTIAL OF CALCIUM IONS AND INHIBITOR SPECIFICITY FOR THE INTRACELLULAR gpl60 PROCESSING Okumura, Y'; Kamoshita, K'; Koga, Y'; Sasaki, M'; Kido, H'; 'Inst for Enz Res, Univ of Tokushima; 2Tokai Univ; 'Kyushu Univ, Japan PAO3: Reverse Transcription and Integration PA0026 IDENTIFICATION OF FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS OF HIV-1 INTEGRASE Kitamura, Y'; Coffin, JM2; 'NIH, Japan; 'Tufts University, USA PA0027 UNINTEGRATED HIV-SPECIFIC DNA IN PLASMA OF INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Nandi, J; Bhavalkar, V; Kamat, H; Banerjee, K; National Inst of Virology, India PA0028 INHIBITORY MECHANISM OF CAMPTOTHECIN ON HIV-1 REPLICATION Takahashi, H; Kojima, A; Kurata, T; NIH, Japan PA0029 LTR-DIRECTED HOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION OF HIV-1 PROVIRAL CLONE IN recA (-) BACTERIA Yamada, K; Nakano, T; Okamoto, T; Nagoya City Univ Med School, Japan PAOO30 HIV-1 PRODUCTION FROM UNINTEGRATED PROVIRUS IN TRANSFECTED JURKAT CLONES Gurgo, C2; Zella, D'; Reitz Jr, MS'; Gallo, RC'; 'NCI, NIH, USA; 'CEOS-CNR, Italy PAO031 DELAY OF EMERGENCE OF DDI RESISTANT SPECIFIC MUTATION AFTER LONG TERM THERAPY Kondo, M'; Saito, T'; Hayashi, T'; Ito, A'; Nagao, T'; Oka, S; Imai, M'; 'Kanagawa Pref Inst of Health; 2School of Med, Yokohama City Univ; 'Kanagawa Children's Med Ctr; 4Inst of Medical Science, Univ of Tokyo, Japan PA0032 THE MICROTITER POINT MUTATION ASSAY TO DETECT DRUG RESISTANCE IN HIV-SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS TREATED WITH AZT van der Feltz, M; de Haas, C; de Graaf, L; Borleffs, JCC; Visser, MR; Verhoef, J; University Hospital, The Netherlands PA0033 DETECTION OF REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE (RT) CODON 215 MUTATIONS BY PCR IN HIV-INFECTED ADULTS: CORRELATION WITH CLINICAL DISEASE Nelson, R; Bradley, W; Day, N; Good, R; Univ South Florida/All Children's Hospital, USA PAO4: Gene Expression/Regulatory Gene Function PA0034 HIV LTR DRIVES GENE EXPRESSION IN MOUSE AND HUMAN EGGS Kiessling, A; Crowell, R; Michalopoulos, J; Waldorf, T; Deaconess/Harvard Surgical Service, Faulkner Hospital, USA PA0035 DISTINCT MECHANISMS OF HIV-1 LATENCY IN THE TWO CELL LINE MODELS U1 AND ACH-2 Kim, S-H'; Cannon, P; Ulich, C; Kim S'; 'Seoul National University, Korea PA0036 STUDY OF DIFFERENTIAL RNA EXPRESSION DURING HIV INFECTION USING ARBITRARILY PRIMED PCR Boyer, V; Ferre, F; Pezzoli, P; Jensen, FC; Carlo, DJ; The Immune Response Corporation, USA PA0037 ROLE OF HIV AS COFACTOR IN HPV ONCOGENESIS Tornesello, ML; Buonaguro, FM; Del Gaudio, E; Buonaguro, L; Beth-Giraldo, E; Giraldo, G; INT, "Fond G Pascale", Italy PA0038 A NEW METHOD OF SELECTING HIV INHIBITOR IN VITRO Cai, C; Koga, Y; Nomoto, K; Kyushu University, Japan PA0039 REGULATION OF HIV-1 GENE EXPRESSION IN MONOCYTE-DERIVED MACROPHAGES Moelans, I; de Vos, M; de Graaf, L; Nottet, H; Visser, MR; Verhoef, J; Eijkman-Winkler Institute of Medical Microbiology, The Netherlands PAOO40 IDENTIFICATION OF EBV-TRANSFORMED LYMPHOCYTES IN HIV-INFECTED LYMPHNODES Zheng, H; Mori, S; Univ of Tokyo, Japan PAO041 ROLE OF NATURAL SUPPRESSOR GLUTAMINE tRNA ON GROWTH CONTROL OF RETROVIRUSES Kuchino, Y'; Mtller, WEG'; Odawara, T'; Yoshikura, H3; 'National Cancer Ctr Res Inst, Japan; 2Univ Mainz, Germany; 'Univ of Tokyo, Japan 101

Page  102 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0042 REGULATION OF HIV BY RETINOIC ACID (RA) CORRELATES WITH EXPRESSION OF RA RECEPTORS Yamaguchi, K; Groopman, JE; Byrn, RA; New England Deaconess Hospital, USA PA0043 ANALYSIS OF POL GENE OF A NON-INFECTIOUS HIV-1 CLONE Nakano, T'; Sano, K'; Goto, T'; Morimatsu, S'; Ueda, S2; Ikuta, K3; Kato, S4; Nakai, M'; 'Osaka Med Coll; 2Res Inst for Microbial Diseases, Osaka Univ; 3Inst of Immunological Science, Hokkaido Univ; 4Sumitomo Pharmaceutical Research Center, Japan PA0044 THE C-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF HIV-1 Vpr CAUSES CELL GROWTH ARREST AND STRUCTURAL DEFECTS Macreadie, I; Castelli, L; Hewish, D; Ward, A; Azad, A; Biomolecular Research Institute, Australia PA0045 HIV-1 VPU LIBERATES GOLGI-TARGETED HIV-1 ENV gpl60 FROM CD4-DEPENDENT RETENTION IN THE ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM Nishikawa, M; Kimura, T; Kansai Med Univ, Japan PA0046 STUDY OF HIV1 Tat TRANSACTIVATION MECHANISM BY USING SYNTHETIC Tat PROTEIN AND Tat PEPTIDES Vives, E'; Charneau, P2; Van Rietschoten, J'; Rochat, H'; Bahraoui, E'; 'CNRS URA; 'Institut Pasteur, France PA0047 REQUIREMENT OF HOST FACTORS FOR HIV-1 Rev FUNCTION Shukla, RR; Marquis, SMP; Kimmel, PL; Kumar, A; The George Washington University, USA PA0048 CELLULAR FACTOR THAT BINDS TO THE LEUCINE-RICH MOTIFS OF HIV-1 Rev AND HTLV-I REX PROTEINS Kubota, S; Adachi, Y; Copeland, TD; Oroszlan, S; ABL-Basic Research Program, NCI-FCRDC, USA PA0049 IN VIVO INTERACTION OF HIV-1 Rev WITH AN EXTENDED STEM I DUPLEX STRUCTURE OF Rev RESPONSE ELEMENT RNA Kimura, T; Kansai Med Univ, Japan PA0050 RETROVIRAL INTEGRATION INTO HIGHLY REPETITIVE Alu AND HERV-K ELEMENTS IN 13. 1 KB HUMAN CD4 LOCUS Blinov, VM; Zverev, VV; Nedospasov, SA; Institute for Viral Preparations, Russia PAO051 EFFECT OF HUMAN INTERFERON-INDUCED dsRNA-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE ON HIV-1 INFECTION Nagai, K; Wainberg, MA; Geleziunas, R; Sonenberg, N; Koromillas, AE; McGill AIDS Centre and Lady Davis Institute, McGill University, Canada PA05: Assembly/Maturation PA0052 PROVIRAL DNA IN VIRIONS FROM PRIMARY ISOLATES Asjo, B; Sommerfelt, MA; University of Bergen, Norway PA0053 INTERNALLY INITIATED GAG AND GAG-POL PRECURSORS OF HIV-1 Kojima, A; Tachibana, Y; Hoshikawa, N; Kurata, T; NIH, Japan PA0054 THE EXPRESSION OF "gag-pol" AND "gag-pol-env" SEQUENCES OF HIV-1 BY RECOMBINANT VACCINIA VIRUSES Grigoriev, VB; Gibadulin, RA; Liendeman, LF; Sazykin, AY; Institute of Virology, Russia PAO055 THE ROLE OF THE GAG PROTEIN MYRISTOYLATION IN HIV-1 PRODUCTION Furuishi, K; Oh-ishi, H; Misumi, S; Matsuoka, H; Ikeda, S; Hantani, Y; Ashizawa, H; Shoji, S; Kumamoto Univ, Japan PA0056 ASSEMBLY OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS MATRIX PROTEIN Morikawa, Y'; Kishi, T'; Nermut, M2; Hockley, D2; Jones, I3; 'The Kitasato Inst, Japan; 2NIBSC, UK; 'IVEM, UK PA0057 HIV-1 gpl60 PROCESSING IN FURIN-DEFECTIVE LoVo CELLS Nagai, Y'; Ohnishi, Y2; Shioda, T'; 'Inst of Medical Science, Univ of Tokyo; 2Nagoya Univ, Japan PA0058 MATURATION OF THE HIV gpl60 BY THE Kex2P ENDOPROTEASE Moulard, M'; Kieny, MP2; Achsterrer, T2; Montagnier, L'; Bahraoui, E4; 'Universitt Marburg, Germany; 2Transgene, Strasbourg; 'Institut Pasteur, France; 4CNRS URA, France PA0059 THE CYTOSKELTAL PROTEINS CLEAVING ACTIVITY OF THE RECOMBINANT HIV-1 PROTEASE Azuma, R'; Furuishi, K'; Saito, A2; Shinagawa, H2; Ikeda, S'; Shoji, S'; 'Kumamoto Univ; 2Inst of Micro Dis, Osaka Univ, Japan PA0060 TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OF THE VIRAL PROTEINS IN THE HIV-INFECTED CELLS Takahasi, I; Takama, M'; Ushijima, K2; Ozel, M'; Gelderblom, H'; 'Teikyo Univ; 2NIH, Japan; 'Robert Koch Inst, Germany PA0061 MUTATIONS OF BASIC AMINOACIDS OF NCp7 OF HIV-1 AFFECT RNA BINDING IN VITRO Schmalzbauer, E'; Dannull, J2; Guehmann, S; Moelling, K; 'Saarland Univ, Germany; 2Max-Planck-Inst for Molecular Genetics, Germany; 'Univ of Zurich, Switzerland PAO7: Virus Variability PA0062 CHARACTERISATION OF HIV-1 VIRUS ISOLATES INVOLVED IN MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION Narwa, R; Roques, P; Boussin, F; Marce, D; Dormont, D; CRSSA/CEA, France 102

Page  103 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0063 A COMPUTER SIMULATOR GENERATING NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE VARIATION OF THE HIV-1 GENOME Doi, H; Fujitsu Labs Ltd, Japan PA0064 DIFFERENT MECHANISMS FOR PERSISTENT INFECTION OF HIV-1 IN MT-4 AND MOLT-4 CELL LINES Fujinaga, K; Nakaya, T; Kameoka, M; Kishi, M; Ikuta, K; Inst of Immunological Science, Hokkaido University, Japan PAO065 AIDS PATHOGENESIS: DRUG ABUSE, CYTOKINES, AND VIRAL STRAIN Xin, K; Shapshak, P; Nagano, I; Stewart, R; Univ of Miami Medical School, USA PA0066 DARWINIAN EVOLUTION OPERATES ON THE V3 REGION OF HIV WITHIN A SINGLE HOST Yamaguchi, Y; Gojobori, T; National Institute of Genetics, Japan PA0068 DIVERSITY (MACROPHAGE-TROPISM) IN THE V3 LOOP REGION OF HIV-1 gp120 FROM SALIVA Kakizawa, J'; Ando, S2; Morishita, Y'; Nishimura, S'; Oka, S'; Mori, S3; Muller, W4; Ushijima, H,2; 'Inst of Public Health, Japan; 2NIH, Japan; 'Univ of Tokyo, Japan; 4Mainz Univ, Germany PA0069 PATTERNS OF AMINO ACID SUBSTITUTIONS IN THE THIRD VARIABLE ENVELOPE REGION FOR HIV WITHIN A HOST Gojobori, T; Yamaguchi, Y; National Institute of Genetics, Japan PA0070 HIV-1 V3-LOOP ANTIBODIES AND IT'S ASSOCIATION WITH CLINICAL STATUS IN NAIROBI Songok, M; Tukei, P; Mulaa, FJ; Kenya Medical Research Institute, Kenya PA0071 AN ANALYSIS OF THE V3 GENE OF HIV-1 ISOLATED IN UGANDA Mitarai, S'; Byarugaba, W2; Oishi, K'; Nagatake, T'; Matsumoto, K1; Fukasawa, M'; 'Nagasaki Univ, Japan; 2Makerere Univ, Uganda PA0072 UNUSUAL A/G RATIO IN HIV-1 gpl20 V3 LOOP PROVIRAL SEQUENCES OBTAINED IN VIVO Gomez Carrillo, M; Rabinovich, R; Marquina, S; Galvan, V; Libonatti, O; National Centre of Reference for AIDS, Argentina PA0073 INCREASING PERSISTENT INFECTION OF SERIAL PASSAGES OF HIV-1 IS CORRELATED WITH MUTATIONS AT vif AND vpr REGIONS Nakaya, T; Fujinaga, K; Nishino, Y; Kishi, M; Ikuta, K; Hokkaido University, Japan PA0074 GENETIC HETEROGENEITY IN vif AND vpr REGIONS OF HIV-1 IN PBMC FROM ASYMPTOMATIC CARRIERS Kishi, M; Zheng, Y -H; Tokunaga, K; Bahmani, MK; Tateno, M'; Tateno, Y2; Oka, S'; Kurata, T4; Kakinuma, M; Ikuta, K; Inst Immunol Sci, Hokkaido Univ; 'Sapporo City Hospital; 2Hokkaido Univ Sch Med; 'Univ Tokyo; 4Nat Inst Health, Japan PA0075 CONSERVED DOMAINS OF THE HIV-1 VIF GENE IN VIVO Wieland, U; Seelhoff, A; Salzberger, B; Schwander, S; Dietrich, M; Eggers, HJ; Kuehn, JE; Mugerwa, R; Institut for Virologie, Universitaet Koeln, Germany PA0076 ANALYSIS OF HIV-1 nef GENE SEQUENCES DIRECTLY ISOLATED FROM INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Kang, MR'; Kim, SH'; Lee, MH'; Huh, JE'; Shin, Y'; Kim, DG'; Kim, TG4; Cho, MH'; Kim, S'; 'Seoul National University, Korea; 2National Institute of Health; 'Chon Buk National University Medical College; 4Catholic University Medical College; 'Kun Kuk University PA0077 BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF HIV-1 STRAINS OCCURING IN THE UKRAINE Antonenko, S; Barbasheva, E; Green, E; Lujlchujk, M; Persidsky, Y; Frolov, A; Scientific Research Institute of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases, Ukraine PA0078 SERODIAGNOSTIC PROFILES OF HIV-1 FROM NIGERIA Offor, E"2; Mclane, MF; Trujillo, R; Kanki, P; Essex, M'; Harvard School of Public Health, USA; 2Univ Benin, Nigeria PA0079 AIDS IN HIV1/HIV2 SERONEGATIVE PATIENT IN YAOUNDE-CAMEROON Zekeng, L'; Afan Z, E2; Gurtler, L'; Ondoa, P'; Knapp, S4; Eberle, J'; Kaptue, L'; 'Laboratoire d'hematologie, CHU; 2HOpital Jamot; Cameroon; 'Pettenkofer Institut; 4Behring, Marburg, Germany PROBABLE REASONS OF HYPERVARIABILITY BY AIDS Deichman, AM; Cancer Research Centre, Russia PAO080 PA0081 POSSIBLE ROLE OF dUTPase ANALOG IN COMPOSITIONAL DIVERGENCY IN EVOLUTION OF RETRIVIRUSES Blinov, VM; Resenchuk, SM; Chirikova, GB; Denisov, SI; Zverev, VV; Institute of Molecular Biology, Russia PA0082 EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF NORTH AMERICAN TYPE HIV-I IN HYDERABAD, INDIA Rao, R; Baskar, P; Ray, S; Quinn, T; Hildreth, JEK; Bollinger, R; Apollo Hospitals, India; Johns Hopkins Universtiy, USA 103

Page  104 TRACK A: Basic Science PAO083 THE V3 REGION OF HIV-1 ISOLATES PREVALENT IN TAIWAN CONTAINS A UNIQUE SIGNATURE PATTERN IN ADDITION TO THE THAILAND E SUBTYPE SEQUENCE Chen, Y-MA"2; Sheu, T-T'; Lee, C-M'; Jang, Y-J2; 'National Yang-Ming Medical College; 2Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC PAO084 V3 REGION SEQUENCES FROM HIV-1 ISOLATES FROM INDIA Tripathy, S; Renjifo, B; McLane, MF; Tripathy, SP; Essex, M; Harvard School of Public Health, USA PA0085 FULL SEQUENCE OF gpl20 OF AN HIV-1 VARIANT (GWGR) HIGHLY PREVALENT IN BRAZIL Tanuri, A'; Costa, SM'; Shindo, N; Vicente, AN2; Pinto, ME3; Schechter, M'; 'UFRJ; 'FIOCRUZ; 'AIDS Program, HUCFF, UFRJ, Brazil PA0086 PHENOTYPIC HETEROGENEITY BETWEEN PERIPHERAL BLOOD (PB) AND LYMPH NODE (LN) HIV ISOLATES Tamalet, C; Lafeuillade, A; Vignoli, C; Rousseau, S; De Micco, P; Timone Hospital, France PA08: Pathogenesis: in vitro PA0087 MODELING HIV PATHOGENESIS USING ARTIFICIAL LIFE CONCEPTS AND METHODS Baehr, M; Mind Designs, USA PA0088 COMPLEMENT ACTIVATION IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS WITH CRYOGLOBULINEMIA Schmit, J-L; Redeker, S; Fuentes, V; Prin, L; University Hospital Amiens, France PA0089 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFECTIOUS HIV-1 VIRAL LOAD, CD4 COUNT AND CLINICAL STATUS Margolick, J; Farzadegan, H; Hoover, D; Rubb, S; Scott, E; Saah, A; Johns Hopkins University, USA PA0090 VARIATION IN SUSCEPTIBILITY TO HIV-1 & 2 OF PBMCs FROM HEALTHY BANGLADESHI, AND CORRELATION WITH HLA TYPE Al-Jabri, AA; Taylor, M; McCloskey, D; Sefton, A; Race, E; Navarrete, C; Oxford, JS; The London Hosp Med College, University of London, UK PAOO91 AMPLIFICATION OF VIRAL REPLICATION RELEVANTLY WITH REVERSE DIFFERENTIATION IN HIV-1 INFECTED CELLS WITH MACROPHAGE PHENOTYPE Okada, Y; Kameoka, M; Kimura, T; Kishi, M; Ikuta, K; Institute of Immunological Science, Hokkaido University, Japan PA0092 INCREASED DEGRADATION OF NEWLY SYNTHETIZED PROTEINS IN T-LYMPHOCYTES FROM HIV+ASYMPTOMATIC INDIVIDUALS Piedimonte, G'; Silvotti, L'; Montroni, M'; Silvestri, G2; Guetard, D'; Montagnier, L; 'Univ of Parme, Italy; 2Univ of Ancona, Italy; 'Institut Pasteur, France PA0093 DIFFERENCE IN SURFACE STRUCTURE BETWEEN MATURE AND DEFECTIVE HIV VIRUS PARTICLES Morita, C'; Ashina, T'; Sukenaga, A'; Ikuta, K2; Goto, T'; Nakai, M'; 'Osaka Medical College; 2Hokkaido University, Japan PA0094 SURFACE EXPRESSION OF p17-GAG PROTEIN DURING HIV-1 REACTIVATION Yoshimura, K; Matsushita, S; Matsumi, S; Obaru, K; Takatsuki, K; Kumamoto University, Japan PA0095 HIGHLY LFA-1-EXPRESSING U937 SUBCLONES SHOWING LOWER SUSCEPTIBILITY TO HIV-1 CAN LEAD TO CONTINUOUSLY STABLE VIRUS PRODUCTION AFTER LONG PERSISTENT PERIOD Kameoka, M'; Okada, Y'; Fujinaga, K'; Kimura, T'; Fujii, N2; Ikuta, K'; 'Hokkaido Univ; 2Sapporo Med Univ, Japan PA0096 CYTOKINE PRODUCTION AND VIRAL REPLICATION IN HUMAN MDMS TREATED WITH RP55778, A TNFa SYNTHESIS INHIBITOR, PRIOR TO HIV INFECTION Le Naour, R'; Henin, Y2; Raoul, H'; Bousseau A2; Mabondzo, A'; Clayette, P'; Dormont, D'; 'IFRC, CEA; 2Rh6ne-Poulenc Rorer, France PA0097 CHROMOSOME STUDIES OF HIV-INFECTED AND UNINFECTED CELL LINES AND BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES Manolov, G; Argirova, RM; Manolova, Y; Central AIDS Lab, Bulgaria PA0098 ESTABLISHMENT OF HIV-1-PRODUCING T CELLS FROM PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTES: PARTICIPATION OF HUMAN COMPLEMENT FACTOR B Nozaki-Renard, J; Hirabuki, N; Mizuno, F; lino, T'; Tada, T2; Tokyo Medical Coll; 'Bayer Yakuhin; 2Tokyo Univ, Japan PA0099 TRANSFORMATION OF HUMAN DIPLOID FIBROBLASTS BY A TRANSMISSIBLE AGENT OBTAINED FROM AN HIV-INFECTED PATIENT Dolei, A; Serra, C; Gentile, M; Falcone, V; Conaldi, PG; Casalone, R; Toniolo, A; Univ of Sassari; Univ of Rome "La Sapienza"; Univ of Pavia, Italy PAO100 ACQUIRED SPECIFIC CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY IN CD8 HIV-1ImB CARRIER CELL CLONES DERIVED FROM CD4+CD8+ PARENTAL HUMAN T CELL LEUKEMIA CELL LINES Minowada, J; Otani, T; Kamiya, T; Fujisaki Cell Center, Japan 104

Page  105 TRACK A: Basic Science ANALYSIS OF THE CELLULAR TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS REGULATING HIV GENOME TRANSCRIPTION AS POTENTIAL TARGETS FOR ANTIVIRAL THERAPY Virelizier, J-L'; Arenzana, F'; Alcami, J2; Hay, RT'; Moscat, J4; 'Institut Pasteur, France; 2Hosp 12 Octubre, Spain; 'St Andrews Univ; 4ICBM, Spain PA0102 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS REDUCE gp120-INDUCED SYNCYTIA FORMATION Aloia, R'; Tian, HR'; Mlekusch, W2; VanGent, CM'; Jensen, FC'; 'Loma Linda University & JL Pettis VA Hospital, USA; 2University of Graz, Austria; 'Immune Response Corp, USA PA0103 PROPERTIES OF THE ENZYME DIPEPTIDYL PEPTIDASE IV (DPP IV/CD26) FROM A CHEMICAL VIEWPOINT Barth, A; Neubert, K; Born, I; Heins, J; Faust, J; Rahfeld, J; Brandt, W; Hovanessian, AG; Institute of Biochemistry, University of Halle, Germany; Institut Pasteur, France PA0104 MULTIPLE INPUT OF INFECTIOUS HIV-1 IS ESSENTIAL TO SINGLE CELL KILLING Kuroda, MJ; EI-Farrash, MA; Kannagi, M; Harada, S; Kumamoto University, Japan PA0105 SOLUBLE CD95 (FASATM) INHIBITS HIV-RELATED APOPTOSIS Krowka, JF'; Sheppard, HW'; Ascher, MS'; Fitzpatrick, P2; Kiefer, MC2; Pavloff, N2; Barr, PJ2; 'VRDL, CA; 'LXR Biotechnology Inc, CA, USA PA0106 MONOMERIC HIV-gpl20 INDUCES BOTH INHIBITION OF CELL PROLIFERATION AND APOPTOSIS Tuosto, L'; Lorenzetti, S'; Cundari, E2'; Moretti, S2; Lombardi, G'; Piccolella, E'; 'Univ of Rome; 2CNR; 'Univ of Viterbo, Italy PAO107 INDUCTION OF DEMYELINATION AND NEURONAL DEATH BY HIV-1 gpl20 DEPENDS ON NEURAL DEVELOPMENT Kimura-Kuroda, J'; Nagashima, K2'; Yasui, K'; 'Tokyo Metro Inst for Neurosci; 2Hokkaido Univ, Japan PA0108 SALIVARY ANTI-HIV ACTIVITY Nagshunmugam, T; Friedman, H; Davis, C; Abrams, W; Malamud, D; Univ Penn Sch of Dental Med, USA PA0109 REGULATION OF THE MnSOD GENE IN HIV INFECTED MACROPHAGES Raoul, H; Le Naour, R; Mabondzo, A; Dormont, D; SSA/ DSV, CEA, France PAO11O CD4 CROSS-LINKING INDUCES ABERRANT CYTOKINE SECRETION, FAS ANTIGEN EXPRESSION AND T-CELL APOPTOSIS Oyaizu, N; McCloskey, TW; Than, S; Hu, R; Pahwa, S; North Shore University Hospital, Cornell University Medical College, USA PAO9: Pathogenesis: in vivo COSELECTION IN AIDS PATHOGENESIS Hoffmann, GW; Immune Network Research Ltd; The University of British Columbia, Canada PA0111 PA0112 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CHANGES OF HIV-1 QUASISPECIES IN SERUM AND DISEASE PROGRESSION Ida, S; Oka, S; Hirabayashi, Y'; Shioda, T; Nagai, Y; Kimura, S; Shimada, K; Inst of Medical Science, Univ of Tokyo; 'Tokyo Metropolitan Inst for Neuroscience, Japan PAO113 LIPID PEROXIDATION ROLE IN FORMATION OF IMMUNODEFICIENCY IN HIV-1 INFECTION Pastushenkov, V; Mitin, Y; Karpischenko, A; Ivanov, G; Military Medical Academy, Russia PA0114 THE ROLE OF NITRIC OXIDE IN PATIENTS WITH HIV-1 INFECTION Torre, D; Ferrario, G; Bonetta, G; Zeroli, C; Giola, M; Fiori, GP; Div Infectious Diseases, Italy PA0115 DNA STAINING CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH APOPTOSIS AND NECROSIS IN LYMPHOCYTES OF INDIVIDUALS WITH HIV INFECTION Echaniz, P; De Juan, M; Cuadrado, E; Hosp Ntra Sra de ArAnzazu, Spain PA0116 PRIMARY INFECTION IN LYMPH NODES OF MACAQUES INOCULATED WITH PATHOGENIC AND ATTENUATED SIV Chakrabarti, L; Cumont, M; Baptiste, V; Khatissian, E; Montagnier, L; Hurtrel, B; Institut Pasteur, France PA0117 HIV INFECTION INDUCES THYMOCYTE DEPLETION IN THE SCID-hu MOUSE Kaneshima, H'; Bonyhadi, M'; Su, L'; Connor, R2'; Ho, D2; McCune, JM'; 'SyStemix, Inc; 'Aaron Diamond AIDS Res Center, USA PA0118 EFFECTS ON VIROLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF PASSIVE IMMUNOTHERAPY IN AIDS PATIENTS Joubert, L'; Chevret, S2; Vittecoq, D'; Lefrere, JJ4; the PI Collaborative Study Group; 'Hopital St-Antoine; 'Hop St-Louis; 'Hop Paul Brousse; 4INTS, HOp St-Antoine, France PA0119 MORE APOPTOSIS OF T-CELL SUBSETS WERE OBSERVED IN THE MORE ADVANCED HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS USING BM-1/ JIMRO mAb AND FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS Ruxrungtham, K'; Kashiwagi, N'; Adachi, M; Sirivichayakul, S'; Maruyama, I4; Phanuphak, P'; et al; 'Chulalongkorn Hospital, Thailand; 'JIMRO; 'Otsuka Pharm Co; 'Kagoshima University, Japan 105

Page  106 TRACK A: Basic Science CYTOFLUORIMETRIC AND IMMUNOELECTRONMICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF GM3 EXPRESSION ON LYMPHOCYTES FROM HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Sorice, M; Pavan, A; Garofalo, T; Circella, A; d'Agostino, F; Sansolini, T; Pinter, E; Lenti, L; Torrisi, MR; Universitt "La Sapienza", Italy PA18: Opportunistic Pathogens PA0121 INTERLEUKIN 12 ENHANCES HOST RESPONSES OF HIV POSITIVE DONORS AGAINST MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM IN VITRO Newman, G; Guarnaccia, J; Vance, E; Remold, H; Kazanjian, P; Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA PA0122 MODULATION OF Th1 RESPONSES IN HIV INFECTION AND TUBERCULOSIS (TB) Barnes, P; Zhang, M; Jones, B; University of Southern California, USA PA0123 SERUM CYTOKERATIN 19 (CK 19) AND PULMONARY PNEUMOCYSTOSIS (PCP) IN HIV INFECTION Amiel, C; Dousset, B; Rabaud, C; May, T; Canton, P; CHU Nancy, France PA0124 ORAL CANDIDIASIS IN HIV INFECTION - MUCOSAL IMMUNITY VERSUS STRAIN SELECTION Challacombe, SJ; Sweet, SP; UMDS Guy's Hospital, UK PA0125 EVALUATION OF CELL CULTURE IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF CEREBRAL AND PULMONARY TOXOPLASMOSIS Contini, C'; Magno, S4; Romani, R4; Zenobi, P2; Angelici, E3; Cultrera, R'; Delia, S4; 'University of Ferrara; 2Ist Sup di Sanitt; 3VI Med Clin; 4lnst Infect Dis, University "La Sapienza", Italy PA0126 ACTIVATING EFFECTS OF DIOXIN ON HIV-1 IN HUMAN CD4+ LYMPHOID CELLS Tsyrlov, IB'; Pokrovsky, AG2; 'NCI/NIH, USA; 'MB, Russia PA0127 FUO IN HIV PATIENTS: A STUDY OF 83 EPISODES Iribarren, JA; Oyarbide, I; Arrizabalaga, J; Rodriguez, F; Von Wichmann, MA; Idigoras, P; Mentxaka, B; Hosp Aranzazu, Spain PA0128 OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN HIV-2 INFECTED PATIENTS IN DAKAR (SENEGAL) Sow, PS; Faye, MA; Diouf, G; Coll-Seck, AM; Fann Hospital, Senegal PA0129 PULMONARY INFECTIONS OF ARC/AIDS PATIENTS IN THE NORTHEAST OF THAILAND Chetchotisakd, P; Mootsikapun, P; Intarapoka, B; Khon Kaen University, Thailand PA19: Opportunistic Tumors PA0130 EVIDENCE FOR RETROVIRAL INSERTIONAL MUTAGENESIS IN A SUBSET OF HIV-ASSOCIATED LYMPHOMAS Herndier, B; Shiramizu, B; McGrath, M; University of California, San Francisco, USA PAO131 VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR PRODUCED BY CULTURED AIDS-ASSOCIATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA SPINDLE CELLS Sakurada, S'; Mori, KM2; Salahuddin, SZ2; Okamoto, T'; Nakamura, S2; 'Nagoya City Univ, Japan; 2Huntington Memorial Hospital, USA PAO132 IS THE COFACTOR ASSOCIATED WITH KAPOSI'S SARCOMA IN HIV INFECTED HOMOSEXUAL MEN DECLINING OVER TIME? Veugelers, PJ'; Strathdee, SA2; Moss, AR3; Page, KA4; Tindall, B'; Schechter, MT6; Coutinho, RA; van Griensven, GJP'; 'Municipal Health Service, The Netherlands; 'Vancouver Lymphadenopathy AIDS Study, Canada; 'San Francisco General Hospital Study; 'San Francisco Men's Health Study, USA; 'Sydney Cohort Study, Australia PA20: Animal Models PA0133 CLONAL DELETION VERSUS CLONAL ANERGY-FACTS AND CONTROVERSIES Salam, A; Waer, M; Vandeputte, M; Rega Institute, Belgium PA0134 ADAPTATION OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS TYPE2 (HIV-2) PRIMARY ISOLATES TO THE IN VIVO REPLICATION IN MACAQUE Wakrim, L; Nicol, I; Le Grand, R; Boussin, F; Vaslin, B; Roques, P; Btyon-Auboyer, MH; Dormont, D; SSA/CEA, France PA0135 PRIMARY ANTIBODY RESPONSE OF HUMAN LYMPHOCYTES FROM SCID-HU MICE INJECTED WITH HIV1 PEPTIDES Touraine, J-L; Chargui, J; Desgranges, C'; Transplantation & Clinical Immunology Unit, INSERM U80, Pay P, H6p, E; 'INSERM U281, France PA0136 IMMUNE RESPONSE AND VARIATION IN PROVIRUS LEVEL DURING EARLY PHASE OF FIV-INFECTED CATS Ohkura, T',2; Iwa, S'; Tanabe-Tochikura, A'; Tamura, T'; Sato, N2; Kurimura, T'; 'Res Inst Microbial Diseases, Osaka Univ; 'Maruishi Pharmaceutical Co; 'National Sasayama Hospital, Japan PA0137 FURTHER STUDIES ON THE ABILITY OF LITHIUM (Li) TO MINIMIZE THE BLOOD CELL TOXICITY OF AZT Gallicchio, VS; Kazini, S; Townsley, E; Hughes, NK; Tse, KF; Scott, KFW; Lin, J; Birch, NJ; University of Kentucky; VA Medical Centers, USA; University of Wolverhampton, UK 106

Page  107 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0138 MECHANISMS OF 2'3'-DIDEOXYCYTIDINE-INDUCED MURINE THYMIC LYMPHOMA Irons, RD; Le, AT; Stillman, WS; University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, USA PA0139 THE EFFECT OF GLYCYRRHIZIN IN MICE INFECTED WITH MURINE RETROVIRUS I: PREVENTION OF THE PROGRESSION OF DISEASE Miyaji, C"2; Watanabe, H'; Makino, M'; Abo, T'; 'Niigata Univ; 2Minophagen Pharmaceutical Co; 'NIH, Japan PA0140 THE EFFECT OF GLYCYRRHIZIN IN MICE INFECTED WITH MURINE RETROVIRUS II INHIBITORY EFFECTS ON PROLIFERATION AND FUNCTION OF LYMPHOID CELLS Watanabe, H'; Miyaji, C"2; Makino, M3; Abo, T'; 'Niigata Univ; 2Minophagen Pharm Co; 'NIH, Japan PA0141 A TRIAL TO ESTABLISH A NOVEL MOUSE MODEL FOR AIDS Yoshimoto, T; Nagase, H; Kojima, K; Kanamori, Y; Nariuchi, H; Univ of Tokyo, Japan PA0142 MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM INFECTION AND "MURINE AIDS" Perronne, C; Grassi, F; Levacher, M; Cohen, Y; Maslo, C; Chau, F; Sinet, M; Vilde, JL; Pocidalo, JJ; H~pital Claude Bernard, France PA0143 SEQUENCE NECESSARY FOR THE PATHOGENICITY OF MURINE AIDS (MAIDS) VIRUS Ishimoto, A; Kubo, Y; Higo, K; Kobayashi, H; Hirama, T; Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto University, Japan PA0144 SIVMAC CHIMERIC VIRUSES HAVING HIV-1 ENV USEFUL FOR HIV-1 VACCINE EVALUATION USING MACAQUE MONKEYS Kuwata, T'; Igarashi, T'; Okada, M'; Ido, El; Ami, Y'; Komatsu, T2; Jin, M'; Adachi, A'; Hayami, M'; 'Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto University; 2National Institute of Health, Japan PA0145 DYNAMICS OF CD4 AND CD8 CELLS IN BLOOD AND LYMPH NODES OF SIVmac239 INFECTED MONKEYS Murayama, Y'; Mukai, R'; Matui, K'; Sata, T2; Takasaka, M'; Noguchi, A'; Hassan, MA4; Hayami, M4; Yoshikawa, Y'; 'Tsukuba Primate Center for Medical Research, NIH; 'Laboratory of Pathology, AIDS Research Center, NIH; 'Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, Univ of Tsukuba; 4Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto Univ, Japan PA0146 THE GROWTH POTENCY AND CYTOPATHOGENICITY OF RECOMBINANT CHIMERIC VIRUSES BETWEEN HIV-1 AND SIVagm Jin, M'; Ido, E; Kuwata, T'; Igarashi, T'; Okada, M'; Cichutek, K2; Kurth, R2; Miura, T'; Hayami, M'; 'Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto Univ, Japan; 'Paul-Ehrlich Inst, Germany PAO147 INVOLVEMENT OF B CELL SUBPOPULATION IN PROGRESSION OF MURINE RETROVIRUS-INDUCED IMMUNoDEFICIENCY SYNDROME Hitoshi, Y; Numata, F; Uehara, S; Takatsu, K; Univ Tokyo, Japan PA0148 INVOLVEMENT OF IFN-y IN THE PROGRESSION OF THE MURINE ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME Uehara, S; Hitoshi, Y; Numata, F; Takatsu, K; Univ Tokyo, Japan PA0149 MAINTENANCE OF HIGH VIRUS LOAD EVEN AFTER SEROCONVERSION IN NEWBORN CATS ACUTELY INFECTED WITH FELINE IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS Zheng, Y-H'; Tokunaga, K'; Shoda, K"2; Nishino, Y'; Kishi, M'; Zhong, Q'; Asahi, S"2; Ishihara, C2; Kanda, M'; Ikuta, K'; 'Inst Immunol Sci, Hokkaido Univ; 2Rakuno Gakuen Univ; 'Shionogi & Co, Ltd, Japan PA21: HTLVs PA0150 HIV / HTLV WESTERN BLOT CROSS REACTIVITY Constantine, NT; Jones, KS; Zhang, X; Abdel-Hamid, M; Univ of Maryland Sch of Med and VA Medical Center, USA PAO151 EVALUATION OF IMMUNOASSAYS FOR DETECTION OF HTLVI/II ANTIBODIES Andersson, S'; Godoy, K'; Thorstensson, R'; Dias, F2; Biberfeld, G'; 'Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control; 'Public Health Lab, Guinea-Bissau, Sweden PA0152 PREVALENCE OF HTLV-I/II ANTIBODIES AMONG HIV-1 ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Casseb, JSR'; Caterino-de-Araujo, A2; Duarte, AJS'; 'Inst de Infect, Emilio Ribas and LIM-73/FMUSP; 'Instituto Adolfo Lutz: 'Hospital des Clinicas/FMUSP and LIM/73, Brazil PA0153 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY ON HTLV-II INFECTION AMONG COLOMBIAN NATIVE INDIANS Fujiyama, C; Fujiyoshi, T; Yashiki, S; Tajima, K; Hayami, M; Zaninovic, V; Sonoda, S; Kagoshima University, Japan PA0154 TROPICAL SPASTIC PARAPARESIS AND HTLV-I INFECTION ON THE CARIBBEAN COAST OF COLOMBIA Pareja, J'; Daza, J'; Boshell, J'; Rojas, MC'; Gonzilez, M'; Marrugo, S'; Mc Allister4; Navas, MC4; Jeannel, D4; 'Universidad de Cartagena; 2Universidad del Norte; 3Instituto Nacionalde Salud, Colombia; 4Institut Pasteur, France PA0155 EVALUATION OF HTLV-I INFECTION IN HEALTHY NIKKEI POPULATION OF LIMA-PERU Gotuzzo, E'; Yamamoto, V'; Kanna, M2; Chauca, G'; Philipps, I'; Watts, D'; 'IMT "AvH", UPCH Peru; 'Centro Peruano-Japones; 'NAMRID, Peru PA0156 HTLV-I AMONG NATIVE PEOPLE OF FAR EASTERN REGIONS OF RUSSIA Gurtsevitch, V; Senyuta, N; Stepina, V; Yakovleva, L; Syrcev, A; Susova, O; Pavlish, O; Cancer Research Center, Russia 107

Page  108 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0157 HTLV-I INFECTION IN HEALTHY BLOOD DONORS IN RUSSIA Parfanovich, M; Zuntova, Yu; Vlshemirsky, O; Plvovarova, I; The DI Ivanovaky Institute of Virology, Russia PAO158 HTLV-I/II INFECTION AMONG FRENCH BLOOD DONORS Pillonel, J'; Courouce, AM2; Lemaire, JM; Brunet, JB4; 'National Network of Public Health; 2National Inst of Blood Transfusion (BT); 'Regional Center of BT, Montpellier; 'European Center for AIDS Epidemiology, France PA0159 EVIDENCE FOR HTLV-1 INFECTION IN UGANDA Biryahwaho, B; Downing, RG; de The, G; Uganda Virus Research Institute, Uganda; Pasteur Institute, France PA0160 RAT MODEL OF HTLV-I INFECTION MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY OF HAM RAT DISEASE Abe, M'; Fukatsu, R2; Seto, K'; Tomaru, U'; Ohya, O'; Kasai, T'; Yamashita, I'; Ikeda, H'; Wakisaka, A'; Yoshiki, T'; 'Hokkaido Univ; 'Sapporo Medical University, Japan PAO161 ROLES OF HTLV-1 AND GENETIC BACKGROUND IN RAT MODEL OF HAM/TSP Kushida, S; Mizusawa, H; Tanaka, H; Ami, Y; Hori, M; Yagami, K; Kameyama, T'; Yoshida, A2; Nyunoya, H3; Iwasaki, Y'; Uchida, K; Miwa, M; Univ Tsukuba; 'Juntendo Univ; 2Hamamatsu Univ; 'National Cancer Center; 4Tohoku Univ, Japan PA0162 GENETIC ANALYSES OF HTLV-I FROM INDIA AND NEWLY IDENTIFIED ENDEMIC LOCI, IRANIAN MASHHAD AND RUSSIA Yamashita, M'; Syrtsev, A2; Achiron, A'; Shohat, B'; Gurtsevitch, V2; Ishida, T4; Yamamoto, N'; Takehisa, J'; Igarashi, T'; Ibuki, K'; Ido, El; Miura, T'; Hayami, M'; 'Inst Virus Res, Kyoto Univ, Japan; 2RAMS, Russia; 'Beilinson Med Ctr, Israel; 'Tokyo Univ; 'Tokyo Med and Dental Univ, Japan PA0163 PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF HTLV-I/II FROM COLOMBIA, CHILE AND GHANA Miura, T'; Zaninovic, V2; Cartier, L'; Osei-Kwasi, M4; Aysi, NK4; Tajima, K'; Sonoda, S6; Yamashita, M'; Igarashi, T'; Takehisa, J'; Ibuki, K'; Ido, E'; Hayami, M'; 'Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto Univ, Japan; 2Univ of Valle, Colombia; 'Univ of Chile, Chile; 'Aichi Cancer Canter RES, Inst, Japan; 4Noguchi Memorial Inst, Univ of Ghana; 'Aichi Cancer Center Res Inst; 'Kagoshima Univ, Japan PA0164 LATENT INFECTION OF HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA TYPE I (HTLV-I) IN HUMAN MONOCYTIC CELL (THP-1) Ohara, Y; Iwasaki, Y; Terunuma, H; Tsunoda, I; Mizobuchi, M; Tohoku University, Japan PA0165 CHARACTERIZATION OF ENHANCER-BINDING PROTEINS THAT RECOGNIZE HTLV-I LTR Nyunoya, H; Shimotohno, K; National Cancer Center Research Institute, Japan PA0166 PROTEIN TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION IN HTLV-1 INFECTED AND TAXI-TRANSDUCED T LYMPHOCYTES Akagi, T; Ono, H; Shimotohno, K; National Cancer Center Research Institute, Japan PA0167 EXPRESSION OF HTLV-I REX AND TAX RECOMBINANT PROTEINS IN E COLI Susova, O; Pavlish, O; Scherbak, L; Gurtsevitch, V; Cancer Research Center, Russia PA22: Animal Lentiviruses PA0168 PROPERTIES OF A DEFECTIVE SIVsm VIRUS CLONE Kraiselburd, E; Malaga, C; Beltran, M; Leung, N; Torres, J; UPR Med School; UC Davis, USA PA0169 INVERSE CORRELATION BETWEEN VIREMIA AND NATURAL KILLER CELLS IN A NATURALLY SIVcpz-ant INFECTED CHIMPANZEE Kestens, L'; Vingerhoets, J'; Peeters, M'; Vanham, G'; van der Groen, G'; Gigase, P'; Heeney, J2; et al; 'Inst of Trop Med, Antwerpen, Belgium; 'Biomedical Primate Research Center, The Netherlands PAO170 INCREASED RISK FOR A SECOND RETROVIRAL INFECTION (SIV OR STLV) FOR WILD MONKEYS ALREADY INFECTED BY ONE RETROVIRUS Tuppin, P'; Durand, J-P2; Maison, P'; Galat, G'; Galat-Luong, A'; Jeannel, D'; de The, G'; 'Institut Pasteur; 2IMTSSA, France; 'ORSTOM, Senegal PAO171 ANALYSIS OF GAG PROTEIN REGION INVOLVED IN FELINE IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS PARTICLE FORMATION Morikawa, S; Kitamura, T; National Institute of Health, Japan PA23: Other Retroviruses PA0172 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF RETROVIRAL ENV PEPTIDE RECOGNIZED BY T HELPER CLONES Yamagishi, H'; Shimizu, T'; Uenishi, H'; Teramura, Y'; Iwashiro, M'; Kuribayashi, K'; 'Kyoto University; 'Mie University, Japan PA0173 SPLICING SIGNALS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE EXPRESSION OF UNSPLICED GAG -CONTAINING MESSAGE OF MOLONEY MURINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS Odawara, T; Ohshima, M; Matano, T; Iwamoto, A; Yoshikura, H; University of Tokyo, Japan PA24: Co-factors PA0174 A STUDY OF VIRAL LOAD IN HIV-2 INFECTION IN A RURAL COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICA Ariyoshi, K'; Berry, N'; Wilkins, A'; Ngom, PT'; Tedder, RS2; Whittle, H'; 'MRC Lab, The Gambia; 2UCMSM, UK 108

Page  109 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0175 IS THERE ANY RECEPTOR OTHER THAN CD4 ESSENTIAL FOR HIV-1 INFECTION? Furlini, G; Re, MC; Vignoli, M; Ramazzotti, E; Monari, P; La Placa, M; University of Bologna, Italy PA0176 THE ROLE OF HUMAN CD4 AND CD26 IN HIV INFECTION OF MURINE AND RABBIT TRANSFECTANTS Yamamura, Y; Ikawa, Y; Tokyo Medical & Dental Univ, Japan PAO177 POSSIBLE ROLE OF PREGNANCY-SPECIFIC GLYCOPROTEIN (PSG) IN MOTHER-CHILD HIV INFECTION TRANSFER Blinov, VM; Resenchuk, SM; Chirikova, GB; Denisov, SI; Zverev, VV; Institute of Molecular Biology, Russia PA0178 ENHANCEMENT OF HIV-1 EXPRESSION WITH LIPOPOLISACCHARIDE (LPS) Sanuma, K; Chowdhury, H; Matsuda, K; Koyanagi, Y; Yamamoto, N; Tokyo Medical and Dental Univ, Japan PA0179 SUPERANTIGEN TSST-1 ENHANCES THE REPLICATION OF HIV-1 IN PBMCs THROUGH SELECTIVE ACTIVATION OF CD4+T-CELL AND INDUCTION OF TNF-a Hashimoto, K; Baba, M; Shigeta, S; Fukushima Medical College, Japan PAO180 LIPIDS OF MYCOPLASMA FERMENTANS HAVE AN ACTIVITY OF HIV INDUCTION Matsuda, K; Sanuma, K; Takai, T; Handa, S; Yamamoto, N; Harasawa, R'; Tokyo Med & Dent Univ; 'Faculty of Medicine, Univ of Tokyo, Japan PAO181 ROLE OF MYCOPLASMA IN SIV INFECTION OF RHESUS MACAQUES Bharaoui, E'; Kovacic, R2; Canarelli, S'; Guetard, D2; Hurtrel, B2; Blanchard, A2; Montagnier, L2; 1URA, CNRS; 2Institut Pasteur, France PA0182 COMPARISON OF HUMAN HERPESVIRUS-6 (HHV-6) VARIANT A AND B GENES Yamanishi, K; Yamamoto, T; Isegawa, Y; Mukai, T; Osaka University, Japan PAO183 INTERACTION OF HIV-1 AND HHV-6 IN HUMAN T-CELL LINE Takasaki, T'; Yamaguchi, J'; Ohkawa, N'; Sano, K2; Nakano, T2; Nakai, M2; 'Kinki Univ; 'Osaka Medical College, Japan PA0184 INHIBITION OF HUMAN HERPESVIRUS 7 INFECTION BY ANTI-CD4 MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AND HIV-1 gpl20 Yasukawa, M; Yakushijin, Y; Furukawa, M; Hato, T; Takada, K; Fujita, S; Ehime University, Japan PA0185 HIV 'tat' GENE IS HOMOLOGOUS WITH REGIONS IN HSV AND EBV SUGGESTING POSSIBLE BASIS FOR SYNERGISM Smith, R, W; Inst for Postgrad Interdisc Stud, USA PA0186 INTERACTION OF HIV AND HUMAN HERPESVIRUS 7 IN A CD4+ T CELL LINE Yamada, M'; Kamiya, T2; Yoshida, M'; Matsuo, Y2; Ikuta, K3; Yamanishi, K4; Okuno, T4; Minowada, J2; Nii, S'; 'Okayama Univ; 2Fujisaki Cell Center, Hayashibara Biochem Lab Inc; 'Hokkaido Univ; 4Res Inst Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ, Japan PA25: Conventional STD Agents and Pathogenesis PA0187 REPLICATION OF CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS AND CHLAMYDIA PNEUMONIAE IN HUMAN MONOCYTIC CELL LINE U-937 Numazaki, K; Suzuki, K; Chiba, S; Sapporo Medical University, Japan PA0188 CHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS ASSOCIATED WITH SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES Suzuki, K1'; Numazaki, K'; Aoki, K2; Isobe, K'; Ohno, S3'; Chiba, S'; 'Sapporo Med Univ; 2Aoki Eye Clinic; 'Yokohama City Univ Sch of Med, Japan PA0189 HOST IMMUNE RESPONSE IN CHLAMYDIAL CERVICITIS Mittal, A; Kapur, S; Institute of Pathology-ICMR, India PA0190 LABORATORY FINDINGS FOR THE PREVALENCE OF HIV AND OTHER STDS IN ANTENATAL ATTEDEES AT MNAZI MMOJA HOSPITAL: A PILOT STUDY Othman, AA; Shein, AM; Ali, AK; AIDS Control Programme, Tanzania 109

Page  110 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB01: Clinical Course PB0001 DEMOGRAPHICS AND SURVIVAL IN URBAN ADULTS WITH HIV DISEASE Chaisson, RE; Keruly, J; Moore, RD; Johns Hopkins Uni, USA PB0002 NATURAL HISTORY OF HIV INFECTION IN INFECTED HAITIANS WITH KNOWN DATE OF SEROCONVERSION Deschamps, MM; Pape, JW; Johnson, WD, Jr; Cornell Univ; GHESKIO-Port-au-Prince, Haiti PBOOO3 NATURAL HISTORY OF HIV-INFECTION IN BULGARIA Plochev, K,S'; Dicov, I2; Duchovnicova, T2; Radinov, A'; Brankova, J'; Penkova, K'; Valcova, I2; Doganova, I'; 'MMA Centre of Immunology; 2Clinic of Infection Diseases, Bulgaria PB0004 DOES PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII PROPHYLAXIS MODIFY THE CLINICAL AND BIOLOGICAL AIDS PRESENTATION? RESULTS OF THE BORDEAUX HOSPITAL COHORT (FRANCE, 1985-1993) Morlat, P',2; Hubert, JB2; Chene, G"2; Dequae, L2; Vimart, E'; Dabis, F' 2; The GECSA"',2; 'Hopital Saint-Andre; 2INSERM U330, France PB0005 THE SLOPE OF CHANGE IN CD4 COUNTS AS PROGNOSTIC FACTOR IN THE PROGRESSION OF HIV INFECTION Touloumi, G'; Hatzakis, A'; Karafoulidou, A'; Milona, I'; Kapsimali, V'; Economidou, 1; Mandalaki, T2; 'Athens Univ Med. School; 2Laikon Hosp; 'Evangelismos Hospital, Greece PB006 ACUTE AND SUSTAINED IMMUNOSUPPRESSION WITH HIV SEROCONVERSION Gupta, KK; Houston, USA PB0007 THE SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS IN AIDS: 92 CASES Lowenstein, W; Arsac, M; HOpital Laennec, France PB0008 SERONEGATIVATION IN AN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV1 INFECTED PATIENT Sousa, AE; Lourenco, MH; Ferreira, MOS; Teles, LC; Victorino, RMM Fundacao NSB Sucesso, Portugal PB009 ENVELOPE V2 AND V3 REGIONS IN CIRCULATING HIV-1 FROM PATIENTS WITH SI-VARIANTS Telenti, A; Grunow, R; Deiss, V; Bernasconi, C; Matter, L; von Overbeck, J; University of Berne, Switzerland PB0010 CLINICAL PROGRESSION IN HIV1 AND HIV2 INFECTION Vasconcelos, C'; Castro-Melo, J'; Carvalho, MF'; Santos, E'; Cerveira, C'; Sarmento, R2; Marques, R2; Campos, M'; Hosp St Ant~nio; 2H J Urbano, Portugal PBO011 THE PREVALENCE OF SLOW PROGRESSORS IN HIV-1 INFECTION IN GALICIA, SPAIN Castro, A'; Hermida, M2; Pereiro, C3; Lopez, S'; Ruanova, S'; F-Moreno, J'; Pedreira, J'; 'Hospital Juan Canalejo, La Coruna; 2La Coruna University; 'Drug Dependence Center, Spain PB0012 CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL ASPECT OF HIV-SERO POSITIVE INPATIENTS Okubo, T; Fujita, H; Soga, T; Mohri, H; Nagashima, Y; Misugi, K; Ichikawa, S; Soda, K; Yokohama City Univ School of Medicine, Japan PBO013 HIV INFECTION IN WOMEN IN ARGENTINA FIVE YEARS OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Lupo, S; Santarelli, MT; Kneitschel, R; Bortolozzi, R; Navarret, N; Taborda, M; Hospital Centenario, Univ of Rosario, Argentina PB0014 PATHOGENY RECAPITULATES EPIDEMOGENY Pieczenik, G; Rutgers University, USA PB0015 NATURAL HISTORY OF HIV-1 & HIV-2 IN COHORT OF W AFRICAN FEMALES Marlink, R'; Traore, I'; Thior, I2; Ndoye, I3; Essex, M'; Mboup, S2; Kanki, P'; 'Harvard School of Public Health, USA; 'University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar; 'Institute of Social Hygiene, Dakar PB0016 GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITES AND HIV-1 IN UGANDAN MALE ADULTS Mugyenyi, PN; Tugume, S; Lutalo, T; Kibende, S; JCRC, Uganda PB0017 TOXOPLASMIC MYOCARDITIS IN AN AIDS PATIENT: DIAGNOSIS WITH AN ENDOMYOCARDIAL BIOPSY Zucman, D; Lebras, P; Bicetre Hospital, France PB0018 IS HIV DISEASE PROGRESSION INFLUENCED BY CMV CO-INFECTION? Salmon-Ceron, D'; Colasante, U2; Carre, N3; Deveau, C3; Persoz, A'; Rouzioux, C4; Bucquet, D; SEROCO Study Group; 'Hopital Cochin; 2Hopital Bichat; 'INSERM U292; 4Hopital Necker, France PB0019 DO CORTICOSTEROIDS PREDISPOSE TO INFECTIONS OR KAPOSI'S SARCOMA IN HIV+ PATIENTS WITH LOW CD4 COUNTS? Tetreault, D; DeLeo, M; Beck, K; French, C; Beall, G; Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, USA PBO020 GREAT DISTURBANCES OF STEROIDS EXCRETION OF AIDS PATIENTS Socolov, I; Pokrovsky, VV; Emelianov, BA; Semenov, VA; Yurin, OG; Gruzdev, BM; Institute of Epidemiology-AIDS Center and Anti-Doping Center, Russia 110

Page  111 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care HIV-1 INFECTION AND LIVER DISEASE IN IDUs Miguez-Burbano, MJ; Lu, Y; Page, B; Gregory, M; Fletcher, MA; Quesada, J; Shor-Posner, G; Baum, MK; University of Miami School of Medicine, USA PB0022 TRACE ELEMENTS IN PATIENTS WITH HIV-1 INFECTION Richart, C; Peraire, J; Vidal, F; Schuhmacher, M; Domingo, J; Porras, J; Hospital Joan XXIII and University Rovira i Virgili, Spain PB0023 EVIDENCE OF AN IN VITRO ASSOCIATION OF HIV WITH OTHER DNA VIRUSES Cisterna, R; Campelo, C; Gorrinfo, MT; Malave, C; Sarria, L; Fdez-Aranguiz, A; Lardelli, P; Suften, E; Madariaga, L; University of the Basque Country, Spain PB0024 HERPESVIRUS ANTIBODIES LEVELS IN HIV2 POSITIVE POPULATION Marques, AL'; Palminha, P'; Graca, A2'; 'National Institute of Health, Lisbon, 2Military Hospital Lisbon, Portugal PB0025 CD8 HYPERLYMPHOCYTOSIS IN 17 HIV PATIENTS Coutellier, A; Autran, B; Cherin, P; Debre, P; Herson, SSce de Medecine Interne, France P0026 TRENDS IN CLINICAL ENTITIES: CASE DEFINITIONS OR REAL FACT? Salcedo, A; Valdespino, JL; Garcia, ML; del Rio, A; Magis, C; Mora, JL; Sepalveda, J; INDRE, SCD, Secretariat of Health, Mexico PB0027 CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF HIV1 & HIV2 INFECTION IN DAKAR-SENEGAL Diouf, G'; Ouangre, A'; Kanki, P3; Mboup, S'; Marlink, R3; Coll Seck, A; 'Infectious Deseases Center; 2Lab Bacteriology-Virology; 'Harvard School of Public Health, USA PB0028 HIV DISEASE: CLINICAL SPECTRUM IN STATE OF GUJARAT, INDIA Patel, AK; Sheth, JT; Vasa, CV; Patel, RK; Saxena, DM; BJ Medical College & Civil Hospital, India PB0029 HIV 1 AND HIV 2 IN COMMERCIAL BLOOD DONORS OF GUJARAT AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY Bhattacharya, RD; Khatri, F; GAP, SIRMCE, India P0O030 THE EFFECT OF AIDS EPIDEMIC ON THE DEATH PATTERNS IN MULAGO HOSPITAL, UGANDA DURING 1993 Sezi, CL; Mulago Hospital, Uganda P0O031 CLINICAL FEATURES OF PATIENTS WITH AIDS IN JAPAN Ajisawa, A; Negishi, M; Yamaguchi, T; Tamagawa, S; Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital, Japan PB0032 THE CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF HIV-1 DISEASE AND AIDS AT THE CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IN BANGKOK, THAILAND Ruxrungtham, K'; Muller, 02; Teeratakulpisrn, S'; Sirivichakul, S'; Ubolyam, S'; Hanvanich, M'; Phanuphak, P'; 'Thai Red Cross Society, Thailand; 2MRC, The Gambia PB0033 HIV SEROPREVALENCE SURVEY IN A GUATEMALAN AIDS CLINIC Arathoon, EG; Estrada y Martin, RM; Oroxom, A; AGPCS, Guatemala PB0034 AIDS IN AFRICA: CLINICAL MAJOR PROBLEMS AND PRIORTIES FOR RESEARCH Kapita, B; Bima, M; Gen Hospital, Zaire PB0035 HIV INFECTION PROGRESSION SINCE FIRST PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS EPISODE (PTB) Mandala, K'; Mukadi, YD'; Ntikala, B'; Mayala, M'; Matela, B2; Nzila, N'; 'Projet SIDA; 'National Aids Program, Zaire PB0036 PROFILE OF OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS AMONG HIV-INFECTED PEOPLE IN HONG KONG Wong, K H; Lee, SS; Sitt, WH; Li, CK; Ho, HF; Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong PB0037 THE HIV OUTPATIENT STUDY (HOPS): EARLY RESULTS Marlowe, S'; Moorman, A2; Holmberg, S2; HOPS Investigators/Health Research Network3; 'Atlanta; 2CDC; 'Shaumburg, USA PB0038 CHARACTERIZATION OF AIDS PATIENTS SURVIVING MORE THAN 5 YEARS Rozenbaum, W; Maslo, C; Jacomet, C; Lebrette, MG; Girard, PM; Wirbel, E; Hopital Rothschild, France PB0039 MORTALITY PATTERNS IN A HEMOPHILIA COHORT FOLLOWED FOR 14 YEARS Karafoulidou, A'; Touloumi, G2; Louizou, C'; Markakis, C'; Economidou, I3; Hatzakis, A2; Mandalaki, T'; 'Laikon Hospital; 'Athens Univ Med sch; 'Evangelismos Hospital, Greece PB0040 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN INFECTIOUS HIV VIRAL BURDEN AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS Farzadegan, H; Vlahov, D; Nelson, K; ALIVE Study, Johns Hopkins University, USA P0O2: Prognostic Markers P0O041 LABORATORY MARKERS OF LONG-TERM SURVIVORS WITH HIV DISEASE Knight, B; Salvato, P; Thompson, C; Houston Immuno Institute, USA 111

Page  112 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0042 CLINICAL SPECTRUM OF HIV IN BOMBAY Maniar, Janak'; Hira, S2'; 'GT Hospital, Bombay, India; 2'Uv Texas, USA; 'MGM College, India PB0043 LONGDITUDINAL IMMUNOPHENOTYPIC STUDIES ON A COHORT OF ASYMPTOMATIC HIV+VE PATIENTS Trickett, A'; Tesfamariam, N2; Dwyer, J2; Kwan, YL'; 'St George Hospital; 2Prince of Wales Hospital, Australia PB0044 URINARY NEOPTERIN AS A PROGNOSTIC INDEX OF SURVIVAL TIME IN HIV-1 INFECTION Rogstad, KE'; Morgan, L2; Hughes, J2; Bignell, CJ'; 'City Hospital; 2University Hospital, UK PB0045 PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN HIV DISEASE Cahn, P; Santarelli, MT; Ben, G; Rol6n, M; Oshiro, G; Perez, H; Hospital Fernandez, Argentina PB0046 PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF HIV-1 BIOLOGICAL PHENOTYPE FOR SURVIVAL AFTER AIDS DIAGNOSIS Koot, M'; van Leeuwen, R2; Danner, S2; Schuitemaker, H'; Tersmette, M'; Reis, P2; 'CLB; 2AMC, The Netherlands PB0047 CD4 LYMPHOCYTE DEPLETION: CORRELATION WITH P24 ANTIGEN, NEOPTERIN, 92 MICROGLOBULIN, CD8 COUNT Salvato, P; Thompson, C Houston Immuno Institute, USA PB0048 al ACIDGLYCOPROTEIN AS EARLY CLINICAL MARKER REFLECTING PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL STATE IN SIV INFECTED MONKEY Mukai, R'; Matsui, K'; Murayama, Y'; Sara, T'; Kurata, T'; Fujii, Y'; Tamura, K2; Izumi, M2; Komine, K2; Takasaka, M'; Hayami, M'; Yoshikawa, Y'; 'NIH; 2Saikin Kagaku Co, Ltd; 'Inst. for Virus Res, Kyoto University, Japan PB0049 OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN PATIENTS WITH CD4 COUNTS ABOVE 300 Stool, E; Piot, D; Gathe, Jr, J; Najjar, A; Edwards, S; Park Plaza Hospital, USA PB0050 SOLUBLE IL-2 RECEPTOR (slL-2R) IN SEROPOSITIVE INDIVIDUALS Tateno, Y'; Takahashi, T2; Tateno, M2; Togashi, T'; Sato, H2; Yoshiki, T'; 'Hokkaido Univ; 2Sapporo City General Hospital, Japan PBO051 PREDICTIVE VALUE OF SYMPTOMATIC PRIMARY ACUTE HIV-1 INFECTION: A TWO YEARS EVALUATION FOLLOWING CONTAMINATION Derancourt, C'; El M'Rini, T'; Borne, MC2; Drobacheff, C'; Vuitton, D'; Leroy, J'; Portier, H2; Laurent, R'; 'University Hospital, Besancon; 2Department of Infectious Diseases, France PB0052 CELLULAR AND SEROLOGICAL ACTIVATION MARKERS INCLUDING SICAM 1 IN LONG TERM OBSERVATIONS Schoenwald, E; Duschet, P; Marhold, I; Gschnait, F; Hospital of Lainz, Austria PB0053 HIGH LEVELS OF,3-HEXOAMINIDASE AND A-MANNOSIDASE IN SERA OF HIV+ INDIVIDUALS Ltlgering, N; Stoll, R; Kucharzik, T; Busch, H; Domschke, W; University Munster, Germany PB0054 STRUCTURAL CHANGE IN OLIGOSACCHARIDE CHAINS OF IgG IN HIV-1 INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Mizuochi, T'; Nakata, M'; Oka, S2; Shimada, K'; 'Tokai University, 2'Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo, Japan PB0055 MAJOR LYMPHOCYTE VALUES IN SEROPOSITIVE WEST AFRICAN PROSTITUTES (HIV1 ONLY, HIV2 ONLY AND HIV1&2) AS COMPARED TO HEALTHY SERONEGATIVE WEST AFRICANS Hanett, I'; Strauss, K'; Siby, T2; Diaw, RA2; Ndaw, M'; Marlink, R'; Diouf, G'; M'Boup, S2'; 'Becton Dickinson, Belgium; 2Hopital Le Dantec, Senegal; 'Harvard AIDS Institute, USA PB0056 CORRELATION BETWEEN APOPTOSIS AND LACK OF CD28 IN HIV+ pts Castelli, F'; Prati, E2; Brugnoni, D2; Malacarne, F2; Signorini, L'; Tebaldi, A'; Caligaris, S'; Cattaneo, R2; Carosi, G'; 'Clinic Infectious Diseases; 2'Univ Brescia, Italy PB0057 ANALYSIS OF IMMUNOLOGICAL PARAMETERS SHOWED THAT ANTI-RETROVIRAL TREATMENT IS NECCESSARY FOR THE PGL STATE Takata, N; Fujii, T; Hiroshima Univ, Japan PB0058 IMMUNE ACTIVATION MARKERS AND CD4 CELLS COUNTS IN HIV CLINICAL STAGES PREDICTORS OF ADVANCED DISEASE? Portilla, J; Sanchez, J; Boix, V; Munoz, C; Sen, ML; Reus, S; Perez-Mateo, M; Hospital General de Alicante, Spain PB0059 HIV DNA IN SEROPOSITIVE SUBJECTS SHOWING STABLE LEVELS OF CD4 COUNTS Garbuglia, A'; Salvi, R'; Di Caro, A'; Benedetto, A'; Montella, A2; Recchia, 02; Di Sora, F2; Lauria, F2; Delfini, C'; 'S Camillo Hosp; 2S Giovanni Hosp; 'Ist Sup Sanita, Italy PB0060 EVALUATION OF IMMUNO-STATUS IN HIV DISEASE USING SERUM 2'5'-OLIGOADENYLATE SYNTHETASE ACTIVITY Ueda, M; Higasa, S; Suehiro, A; Kakishita, E; Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan PBO061 BIOLOGICAL MARKERS IN THE STUDY OF HIV INFECTED AND HIV NON-INFECTED DRUG ABUSERS Mir6, JM; Bedini, JL; Serrano, J; Filella, X; Mallolas, J; Lozano, L; et al; Hospital Clinic i Provincial, Spain 112

Page  113 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0062 THIROID FONCTION DURING THE HIV INFECTION Garcia Quintana, AM'; Capdevila, JA; Ocanfa I; Barbera, J; Castellanos, JM'; Catalan, R; Galarza, R; Hospital General Vail d'HebrOn, Spain PB0063 RELATIONS OF TRACE ELEMENT STATUS TO IMMUNOLOGICAL ACTIVITY MARKERS AND PROGRESSION OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS INFECTION Dousset, B; May, T; Dubois, F; Allavena, C; Rabaud, C; Nabet-Belleville, F; Canton, P; CHU, France PB0064 OTOLARYNGOLOGICAL FINDINGS IN HIV INFECTIONS Gonsalves, D; Silva, MS; Toledo Jr, AC; Greco, DB, UFMG, Brazil PB0065 LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE RESPONSE CORRELATES TO THE MARKERS OF HIV-INFECTION Markova, R; Beshkov, D; Argirova R; Military Medical Academy, Bulgaria PB0066 PROGRESSION OF HIV INFECTION FROM THE MOMENT OF PROBABLE TRANSMISSION Meir, DA; Souza LR; Marcondes-Machado, J; Zacchi, B; UNESP, Brazil PB0067 VARIANT HIV RNA DISTRIBUTION WITHIN LYMPH NODES AND TONSILS OF STAGE MATCHED PATIENTS Turnicky, R; Anderson, D; Nau, M; Zhao, F; Coats, J; Mayers, D; Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, USA PB0068 A SEMI-AUTOMATED 4-COLOR METHOD FOR T-CELL SUBSET ENUMERATION Mandy, F; Bergeron, M; Shenkin, M'; Horton, A'; Mylvaganan, R'; Rud, E; Health Canada, Canada; 'Coulter Co, USA PB0069 DYSREGULATION OF CYTOKINE PRODUCTION AS NEW SURROGATE MARKER IN HIV-1 INFECTION Tateyama, M'; Fukutake, K'; Hattori, T2; Ohmoto, Y'; 'Tokyo Medical College; 2Kyoto Univ; 'Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd, Japan PB0070 A COMMUNITY-BASED STUDY OF THE RELIABILITY OF ABSOLUTE CD4 LYMPHOCYTE COUNTS IN HIV INFECTED SUBJECTS Jimmerson, C; Bockmon, K; Harrison, J; Houston Clinical Research Network, USA PBO071 CD4+/CD8+ SUBSET IMMUNOASSAY IN HIV+ ADULTS AND CHILDREN Denny, T'; Jensen, B2; Garcia, A'; Vella, F2; Gavin, E'; Stein, D'; Oleske, J'; Wong, W'; 'UMDNJ; 2 Zynaxis, Inc, USA PB0072 ALT AS A MARKER FOR HEPATITIS B AND C IN DRUG USERS Brooks, K; Orr, S; Fenaughty, A; Fisher, D; University of Alaska, USA PB0073 COURSE OF CD8+CD38+ LYMPHOCYTE SUBSET DURING CONTINUOUS AZT-ddC COMBINATION THERAPY IN 25 HIV INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Holmgren, Ch; Knechten, H; Praxiszentrum Blondelstrae, Germany PB0074 INTER LABORATORY ASSESSMENT OF THE FACSCOUNTTM SYSTEM Shiba, A'; Landay, A2; Ullery, S'; Webster, K'; et al'; 'Becton Dickinson Immunocytometry Systems; 2Rush Presbyterian St Luke's Medical Center, USA PB0075 MONITORING OF CD8/DR LYMPHOCYTE SUBSET IN PEDIATRIC HIV INFECTION: A PRELIMINARY STUDY Tzantzoglou, S; Ajassa, C; Berardelli, G; Falciano, M; Bellagamba, R; Catania, S; La Sapienza University, Italy PB0076 ANTI-P24 TITER: A MARKER FOR AIDS IN CUBAN HIV SEROPOSITIVES Benitez, J; Rivero, J; et al; Ctr for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Cuba PB0077 HETEROSEXUAL TRANSMISSION OF HIV IN RIO DE JANEIRO: IMMUNOLOGICAL ASPECTS Morgado, M'; Guimaraes, MDC2; Neves Jr, I'; Castilho, E'; 'FIOCRUZ (IOC & SICT); 2UFMG, Brazil PB0078 CD5 +/CD8 + PERCENTAGE RATIO: A NEW EVOLUTION PREDICTIVE MARKER OF HIV INFECTION Traina, C'; D'Alia, G2; Barone, T2; 'Centro AIDS; 'Osp. Civico-USL, Italy PB0079 IMMUNOLOGYCAL MARKERS INDICATING THE AIDS EVOLUTION JAuregui Rueda, H; Balbaryski, J; Del Castillo, M; Monticelli, A; LIC Laboratory, Argentina PB0080 USE OF CD4 TO PREDICT OUTCOME IN HIV EMERGENCIES Chang, R; Memorial Hospital, USA PB0081 ADENOSINEDEAMINASE (ADA): INDICATOR OF EVOLUTION OF THE HIV INFECTION Monticelli, A; Balbaryski, J; Lewi, D; Jfuregui Rueda, H; COINSIDA Foundation, Argentina PB0082 REDUCING THE VARIATION IN CD4 LYMPHOCYTE COUNT MEASUREMENTS Raboud, JM; Haley, L; Montaner, JSG; Murphy, C; Januszewska, M; Schechter, MT; Univ of British Columbia, Canada 113

Page  114 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0083 ASSOCIATION OF PROVIRAL LOAD AND IMMUNE DISEASE Conway, B; Ko, DS; Dufour, D; Salas, T; Montpetit, M; Univ of Ottawa, Canada PB0084 PRECISION AND STABILITY OF CD4, 8 AND 3 VALUES IN HIV+ AND HIV- POPULATIONS IN SHIRATI, TANZANIA, AS EVALUATED BY FACSCOUNTTM Strauss, K'; Brubaker, G2; Kumbi, D2; Shao, J'; Krenkler, W'; Blattner, W3; Levin, A4; 'Becton Dickinson, Belgium; 2Tanzania; 'USA; 4UK PB0085 SKIN TESTS AS AN IMMUNOSUPPRESSION MARKER IN HIV INFECTION Viana, L; Pardini, R; Toledo Jr, AC; Jeronymo, M; Astete, F; Greco, DB; Antunes, CM; UFMG, Brazil PB0086 DELAYED TYPE HYPERSENSITIVITY SKIN TESTING IN HIV-INFECTED PERSONS, CHIANGRAI, THAILAND Yanai, H; Uthaivoravit, W; Sawanpanyalert, P; Limpakarnjanarat, K; Mastro, TD; Chiangrai Health Club, Thailand PB0087 ACTIVATED CD8-CELLS - A NEW SURROGATE MARKER? Hoffmann, UJ; Mischo, M; Reichelt, D; Busch, H; Zidek, W; University of Monster, Germany PB0088 PROGRESSIVE BIOLOGICAL MARKERS OF HIV INFECTION DEPENDING ON DIFFERENT RISK GROUPS AND CDC STAGES Fuster, M; Martinez, C; Cortes, M; Cadafalch, J; Domingo, P; Barrio,; Sambeat, MA; Hospital de Sant Pau, Spain PB0089 HEAT VERSUS ACID DISSOCIATION OF IMMUNE COMPLEXES FOR THE DETECTION OF P24 ANTIGENEMIA Schechter, M'; Oliveira, E2; Pinto, ME'; Souza, VM2; Bronstein, M'; 'Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; 2Bronstein Lab, Brazil PB0090 TWO-COLOR FLOWCYTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF ABSOLUTE COUNTS OF LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Goto, T'; Takano, K'; Kimura, S'; 'Shionogi Biomed Lab; 'Univ of Tokyo, Japan PB0091 NATURAL KILLER (NK) CELLS IN HIV DISEASE Whitelaw, J; Brettle, R; Scott, G; Robertson, R; Royal Infirmary, UK PBO092 CRYOGLOBULINEMIA IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Redeker, S; Schmit, JL; Fuentes, V; Prin, L; University Hospital Amiens, France PBO093 SERUM NEOPTERIN CONCENTRATION IN HIV INFECTED IVDUs Rogowska-Szadkowska, D; Borzuchowska, A; Prokopowicz, D; Grzeszczuk, A; Chodynicka, B; Andrzejewicz, A; Rogowski, F; Medical Sch, Poland PB0094 COMPARISON OF SURROGATE MARKERS PREDICTIVE FOR RAPID PROGRESSION OF HIV DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH INITIAL CD4 COUNTS OF 200 TO 500 Lange, M; Klein, EB; Inada, Y; Maitra, US; Mohan, VP; Columbia University, USA PB0095 VIRAL PHENOTYPE AND CLINICAL OUTCOME IN HIV+ CHILDREN Munl6z-Fdez, MA; Navarro, J; Obreg6n, E; Garcla, D; Gurbindo, D; Sampelayo, T; Fernandez-Cruz, Eduardo; Hospital Gregorio Maranon, Spain PB0096 p24 ANTIBODY LEVEL AS A PRONOSTIC MARKER IN HIV INFECTION Ghioni, G; Fernandez, E; Viglianco, R; Bortolozzi, R; Taborda, M; Fay, O; National University of Rosario, Argentina PBO097 FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF PERIPHERAL BLOOD LYMPHOCYTE SUBSETS IN HEALTHY CHINESE ADULTS IN HONG KONG Kam, KM; Lee, SS; Mak, WP; Lee, SH; Yaumatei Polyclinic, Hong Kong PB0098 IS NEOPTERIN A DIAGNOSTIC MARKER IN EARLY HIV NEUROMANIFESTATIONS? Jandl, M; Enzensberger, W; Enzensberger, R; Proescholdt, M; Demisch, L; Fischer, P-A; University Hosp, Germany PB0099 COMPARISON OF HIV VIRAL LOAD MARKERS DURING THERAPY Donovan, R; Bush, C; Manzor, O; Golembiesky, A; Baxa, D; Markowitz, N; Saravolatz, L; Henry Ford Hospital, USA PB0100 CORRELATION OF SELECTED CD8 LYMPHOCYTE ACTIVATION MARKERS WITH QUANTITATIVE CELLULAR VIREMIA IN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Levacher-Clergeot, M'; Bouscarat, F'; Dazza, MC'; Sinet, M'; Strauss, K4; Girard, PM'; Rozenbaum, W'; Coulaud, JP2; Pocidalo, JJ'; INSERM U13; 2Bichat; 'Rothschild Hospitals, France; 'Becton Dickinson, Belgium PB101 PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF CD4+ COUNT AND CD8+ T-CELL ACTIVATION IN HIV SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS Declercq, E'; Lavreys, L'; Kestens, L2; Vanham, G2; Colebunders, R2; Gigase, P2; 'Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, 2'Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium PB0102 SEROLOGIC AND VIRAL CORRELATES OF HIV-1 DISEASE PROGRESSION; A MULTICENTER AIDS COHORT REPORT Black, C; Farzadegan, H; Henrard, D; Saah, A; Renaldo, C; Detel, R; Phair, J; Johns Hopkins University, USA 114

Page  115 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PBO7: Malignancies PB0103 ULTRASTRUCTURE OF NUCLEAR BODIES IN KAPOSI'S SARCOMA ASSOCIATED AIDS Oyafuso, LKM'; Hayashi, H2; Hotta, Y3; 'Inst Infect Emilio Ribas; 2Escola Paulista de Medicina, Brazil; 'Nagoya City Univ, Japan PB0104 VESNARINONE INHIBITS AIDS-KS CELLS IN CULTURE Petit, RG'; Miles, S'; Magpantay, L2; Mitsuyasu, R'; 'Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, UCLA CARE Center, USA PB0105 KAPOSI'S SARCOMA (KS) EPIDEMIOLOGY IN A PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICT, HOUSTON, TEXAS Shandera, WX; Wilson, J; Baylor College of Medicine, USA PB0106 EPIDEMIOLOGIC APPROACHES: AIDS RELATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA (KS) Haverkos, HW'; Drotman, DP2; 'NIDA, NIH; 'CDC, USA PBO107 ON THE EPIDEMIOLOGIC ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ENDEMIC KAPOSI'S SARCOMA AND MALARIA Baumann, S; Geier, SA; Noehl, MA-A; Goebel, FD; Medizinische Poliklinik der LMU, Germany PB0108 KAPOSI'S SARCOMA: A LYMPHOSCINTIGRAPHIC STUDY OF HIV-INFECTED AND HIV-SERONEGATIVE PATIENTS Cestari, SC; Petri, V; Castiglioni, MLV; Alchorne, MMA; Katiki, T; Escola Paulista de Medicina, Brazil PB0109 PROTEIN-LOSING ENTEROPATHY DEVELOPING IN AN AIDS PATIENT WITH DUODENAL KAPOSI'S SARCOMA Takechi, A; Masuda, G; Ajisawa, A; Negishi, M; Yamaguchi, T; Yamada, Y; Fujii, H; Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital, Japan PB0110 PRESENTATION OF PULMONARY KAPOSI SARCOMA Laurence, H; Schnapp, LM; Goodman, PC; Hopewell, PC; Stansell, JD; University of California, San Francisco, USA PB111 IMPROVEMENT IN DIAGNOSIS OF VISCERAL KAPOSI-SARCOMA BY ENDOSCOPIC ULTRASOUND (EUS) Goebel, F-D; Bogner, JR; Liess, H; Zoller, WG; University of Munich, Germany PB0112 AIDS-ASSOCIATED KAPOSI SARCOMA AND INCIDENCE OF GASTROINTESTINAL INVOLVEMENT-HOW EFFICIENT IS ENDOSCOPY Liess, H; Zoller, WG; Bogner, J; Powitz, F; Zietz, C; Goebel, F-D; University of Munich, Germany PB0113 SERUM HYALURONAN IN HIV AND IN AIDS RELATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA Blum, L; Guechot, J; Picard, O; Cabane, J; Giboudeau, J; Imbert, JC; St Antoine Hospital, France PB0114 KAPOSI'S SARCOMA ASSOCIATED WITH AIDS A COMPARISON OF CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS BETWEEN INTRAVENOUS DRUGS USERS (IVDU) AND HOMOSEXUALS Carriedo, C; Rubio, R; Pulido, F; Moreno, S; Buz6n, L; Pintado, V; Barros, C; Valencia, E; Verdejo, J; Costa, JR; Castilla, V; Yebra, M; Gil, A; Sanz, J; Flores, E; Gonzalez, J; Hospitals: 12 de Octubre, Gregorio Maranon, Ramon y Cajal, la Paz, La Princesa, C Puerta de Hierro, Mostoles, I Salud Carlos III, Spain PB0115 KAPOSI'S SARCOMA ASSOCIATED WITH AIDS A COMPARISON OF CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE Carriedo, C; Rubio, R; Pulido, F; Moreno, S; BuzOn, L; Pintado, V; Barros, C; Valencia, E; Verdejo, J; Costa, JR; Castilla, V; Yebra, M; Gil, A; Sanz, J; Flores, E; Gonzalez, J; Hospitals: 12 de Octubre, Gregorio Maranon, Ramon y Cajal, la Paz, la Princesa, C Puerta de Hierro, Mostoles, Inst, Salud Carlos III, Spain PB0116 CHARACTERISTICS OF KAPOSI'S SARCOMA IN AIDS PATIENTS Stavrianeas, N; Botsi, C; Polydorou, D; Zagoreos, J; Chatzakis, A; Stratigos, I; "A Sygros" Hospital, Greece PB0117 REASONS FOR SIGNIFICANT DISRUPTIONS IN THE PLANNED THERAPY OF AIDS-RELATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA Toi, M; Caven, G; Gilden, J; Myers, AM; UCHSC-Denver General Hospital, USA PB118 A PHASE II STUDY OF ORAL ETOPOSIDE (VP-16) IN AIDS-RELATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA (KS) Mans, D; Sprinz, E; Sander, E; Kalakun, L; Jung, F; Prolla, G; Schwartsmann, G; Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Brasil PB0119 LIPOSOMAL DOXORUBICIN IN AIDS-RELATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA Caldeira, L; Antunes, F; Carvalho, C; Duarte, N; Doroana, M; Forte, M; Hospital de Santa Maria, Portugal PB0120 EFFECT OF INTERFERON a2A ON SERUM ANDROGEN IN HIV+ MEN WITH KAPOSIS SARCOMA Christeff, N; Gharakhanian, S; Thobie, N; Wirbel, E'; Rozenbaum, W'; Nunez, EA; CHU; 'Hopital Rothschild, France PBO121 AN ALTERNATIVE CHOICE TO STAGE (AND TREAT) THE EPIDEMIC KAPOSI'S SARCOMA (EKS) Moresco, L'; Scala, M2; Meszaros, P2; Badellino, F2; 'Univ of Genoa; 2Nat Cancer Institute of Genoa, Italy 115

Page  116 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0122 A RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF 2 DOSES OF a INTERFERON (IFN) ADDED TO AZT FOR THE TREATMENT OF KAPOSI'S SARCOMA (KS) Beaulieu, R; Shepherd, F; Murphy, K; Gelmon, K; Thuot, C; Sawka, C; Singer, J; Canadian HIV Trials Network, Canada PB0123 EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF STEALTH~ LIPOSOMAL DOXORUBICIN (DOX-SLTM) IN AIDS-RELATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA Goebel, F-D; The International Dox-SL Study Group; Medizinische Poliklinik der Universitat Munchen, Germany PB0124 RESPONSE TO SUBLINGUAL ALFA INTERFERON IN KAPOSI'S SARCOMA Lanjewar, DN'; Shetty, CR'; Shroff, HJ'; Hira, SK2'; 1Grant Medical College, India; 2UNI Texas, USA PB0125 EBV TYPE A AND B ASSOCIATION WITH PRIMARY CNS LYMPHOMAS Ciardi, M'; Del Re, V2; Toma, L'; Fedele, CG'; Cirelli, A'; Sorice, F'; 'La Sapienza Univ; 2Aviano (PN); 'Pisa Univ, Italy PBO126 HODGKIN'S DISEASE AND HIV INFECTION (HD-HIV) IN 114 PATIENTS (PTS) Errante D '; Serraino, D'; Franceschi, S'; Nasti, G'; Bernardi, D'; Boiocchi, M'; Carbone, A'; Tirelli, U'; Rossi, G2; Ridolfo, A'; 'C RO, Aviano; 2General Hospital; 'H Sacco, Italy PB0O127 UNDER-REPORTING OF AIDS-ASSOCIATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA (KS) AND NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMAS (NHL) Serraino, D; Franceschi, S; Dal Maso, L; Rezza, G; Vaccher, E; Tirelli, U; Aviano (PN), Italy PB0128 MULTIPLE COIN LESIONS REVEALING A PRIMARY PULMONARY LYMPHOMA IN A PATIENT WITH AIDS Allegre, T; Cailleres, S; Tadrist, Z; Leprince, Y; Jarry, J-M; Sault, M-C; Branc, AP; Hopital Cezanne, France PBO129 HIV-RELATED NON HODGKIN LYMPHOMAS (NHL): REPORT OF 53 CASES Schlacht, I; Landonio, G; Nosari, AM; Caggese, L; Orso, M; Schiantarelli, C; Niguarda Hospital, Italy PB0130 TWO CASES OF PRIMARY INTRACAVITARY CARDIAC LYMPHOMA IN IMMUNOCOMPROMISED PATIENT Trylesinski, A; Troisvallets, D; Ghanem, M; Godard, S; Nizou, R; CH, Gonesse, France PB0131 ORAL NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMA (ONHL) IN 7 HIV-POSITIVE HOMOSEXUAL MALES Lozada-Nur, F; Silverman, S; Univ of California, San Francisco, USA PB0132 407 PATIENTS (PTS) WITH AIDS-RELATED NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMA (AIDS-NHL): THE EXPERIENCE OF THE GICAT (ITALIAN COOPERATIVE GROUP ON AIDS AND TUMORS) Tirelli, U'; Spina, M'; Vaccher, E'; Nasti, G; Bermardi, D'; Serraino, D'; Rizzardini, G2; Fasan, M2; 'CRO, Aviano; 'H Sacco, Italy PB0133 SURVIVAL IMPACT OF PRIOR OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTION (01) OF KAPOSI'S SARCOMA (KS) AMONG AIDS RELATED LYMPHOMAS (ARL) Schmilovich, A'; Perez, H',2; Gil Deza, E'; Marantz, A2; Savignano, R'; Cahn, P",; 1Fundaci6n Huesped; 'H Fernandez; 'Acad Nac de Medicina, Argentina PB0134 PROTON MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN VIVO SPECTROSCOPIC ENERGY METABOLITE SCREENING IN AIDS Sharma, R; Sharma, A; Agrawala, A; Rehani, MM; Jodhpur University, India PB0135 CLINICAL REGRESSION AND LACK OF PROGRESSION NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMA (BURKITT TYPE) DURING TREATMENT WITH GANCICLOVIR (GCV) IN A HIV (+) PATIENT WITH CYTOMEGALOVIRUS RETINITIS Luna, N; Bistoni, A; David, D O; Rawson Hospital, Argentina PB0136 ARE SOME HIV-RELATED NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMAS CURABLE MALIGNANCIES? Vaccher, E; Tirelli, U; Errante, D; Serraino, D; Tavio, M; Spina, M; Bernardi, D; Nasti, G; Carbone, A; CRO Aviano, Italy PB0137 AIDS-RELATED PRIMARY CENTRAL SYSTEM LYMPHOMA TREATED WITH RADIOTHERAPY: OVER A DECADE OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE AT UCSF Ling, C; Coleman, L; Roach, M; Wara, W; Univ of California, San Francisco, USA PB0138 CHEMOTHERAPY AND DIDANOSINE (DDI) IN AIDS-LYMPHOMA Harrington, WJ; Ucar, A; Cabral, L; Lai, S; Byrnes, JJ; Univ of Miami, USA PB0139 SIGNET CELL CARCINOMA OF THE STOMACH IN A PATIENT WITH AIDS: A CASE REPORT Uchida, T; Takamatsu Red Cross Hospital, Japan PB0140 A CASE OF HIV POSITIVE HEMOPHILIA A WITH HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA Tao, M; Karino, Y; Yoshida, J; Kobayashi, S; Hashino, S; Imamura, M; Sakurada, K; Miyazaki, T; Hokkaido Univ Sch Med, Japan 116

Page  117 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care INTERFERON a-2a + ZIDOVUDINE VS BLEOMYCIN + ZIDOV FOR HIV-ASSOCIATED KAPOSI'S SARCOMA Opravil, M; Hodapp, K; Luthy, R; The Swiss Group Clinical Studies on AIDS; University Hospital, Zurich Switzerland INCREASING INCIDENCE OF HIV-RELATED LYMPHOMAS, 1983-1992 Beck, EJ; Peters, BS; Desmond, N; Stuart, S; Tomlin Harris, J; Weber, JN; St Mary's Hospital Medical Sch UK TESTICULAR GERM-CELL TUMORS (GCT) IN 23 PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION Bernardi, D; Errante, D; Vaccher, E; Tumolo, S; Spi Nasti, G; Marini, B; Repetto, L; Pizzoccaro, G; Mon S; Tirelli, U; Centro di Riferimento Oncologico, Avia (PN), Italy THE CANADIAN RANDOMIZED OPEN-LABEL TRIAL OF COMBINATION THERAPY FOR MAC BACTEREMIA: MORTAl RESULTS Zarowny, D; Cameron, W; Fong, I; Salit, I; Lemieux, Raboud, J; Shafran, S; the Canadian MAC Study Gro Canadian HIV Trials Network, Canada PB08: Organ Manifestations: Oral and Gastrointestinal Manifestation DEVELOPMENT OF ORAL LESIONS IN SEXUALLY AND PARENTERALLY HIV-1 INFECTED PERSONS Hilton, JF'; Lifson, AR2; Canchola, AJ'; Greenspan, I Greenspan, JS'; the Oral AIDS Center Epidemiology University of California, San Francisco; 2University o Minnesota, USA EARLY ATENTION OF ORAL INFECTIONS Ruiz, O; Feregrino, M; Alexis, A; Clinica ISI de Norteamerica, Mexico FOLLOW UP OF ORAL MANIFESTATIONS IN HIV/AIDS Korchma, E; Lelkes, M; Btnhegyi, D; Miskovits, E; S Liszi6 Hospital, Hungary ORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HIV INFECTION IN JAPANESE Motegi, N; Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF FLUCONAZOLE RESPONSE PATTE HIV INFECTED PATIENTS WITH OROPHARYNGEAL CANDID' Diz, D.P; Miralles, C,; Ocampo, A; Feujoo, JF; Sope De la Fuente, J; Martinez, C; Xeral-Cles Hospital, Sp ORAL CANDIDDIAIS, THE STAEADY PARTNER'S TREATMEI Rosello, X; Lopez, J; Jane, E; University of Barcelona PBO141 UDINE for 1, PB0142 son, D; iool, 00143 PB0143 (PTS) PB0O151 ORAL MYCOPLASMA AND CANDIDA FROM HIV INFECTED (+) NON-AIDS SUBJECTS Rowland, RW; Blankenship, P; Dobis, L; Gunsolley, J; Moray, L; Univ of Detroit, USA PB0O152 ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY OF ORAL HAIRY LEUKOPLAKIA Sugihara, K; Yamashita, S; Kagoshima University Dental School, Japan PB0O153 ORAL HAIRY LEUKOPLAKIA (OHL): TOPICAL USE OF TRICHLOROACETIC AND GLYCOLIC ACIDS-RESULTS Nishio, CE; Petri, V; Narahashi, E; Escola Paulista de Medicina, Brazil na, M; PB0154 fardini, SITE-SPECIFIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORAL SPIROCHAETES ano AND PERIODONTAL DISEASE IN HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY INFECTION Wanzala, P'; Riviere, G2; Lukehart, S'; Kreiss, J'; DeRouen, PB0144 T3; Ndinya, A4; 'Kenya Medical Research Institute, Kenya; 2Oregon Health Sciences Univ, USA; 3Univ of Washington, LITY USA; 4Univ of Nairobi, Kenya, C; PB0155 )up; EPIDEMIOLOGY OF LINEAR GINGIVAL ERYTHEMA IN HIV INFECTION Konzelman, JL'; Rams, TE2; Swango, PA2; Kleinman, DV2; Nowjack-Raymer, RE2; 1Henry M Jackson Foundation; 2NIDR/NIH, USA PB0156 P45 CD4+ AND CD8+ LYMPHOCYTES IN GINGIVAL TISSUE FROM HIV-INFECTED PERSONS Odden, K; Schenck, K; Hurlen, B; University of Oslo, 'u Norway Group'; f PB0158 TREATMENT OF APHTOUS ORAL ULCERS WITH PENTOXIFYLLINE PB0146 Navarro, A'; Pizarro, A2; Herranz, P2; Aguayo, M'; Leon M'; Pujol, E'; 'Hosp Jr Jimenez; 2Hosp La Paz, Spain PB0159 STOMATITIS APHTHOUS IN PATIENTS HIV +, TREATMENT PB0O147 Lopez, J; Rosello, X; Jane, E University of Barcelona, Spain a PB0161 aint AN ETHNO-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE ORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HIV/AIDS PATIENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA PB0148 Sauer, G; Arendorf, TM; Wood, R; O'Keefe, E; MRC/ UWC Faculty of Dentistry, South Africa, Japan PB0162 PB149 EXPERIENCE ON 584 HIV+ PATIENTS OF A DENTAL REFERAL PB0149 CENTER RNS IN Silva, Jr A; Ferreira, S; Perez, MA; Brilhante, E; Camillo, R; OSIS Tortes, S; NESC, UFRJ, Brazil ena, D; ain PB0150 NT a, Spain PB0163 ORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HIV INFECTION IN CAMPINAS CITY Bertazzoli, R; Lourenco, C; Corsini Center, Brazil 117

Page  118 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0164 INITIAL REPORT OF CD4 COUNTS AND ORAL LESIONS IN A TEXAS HIV SEROPOSITIVE COHORT Yeh, C-K1,2; Puttaiah R'; Fabre, C'; Dove, S'; Cottone, J'; 'UTHSCSA; 2ALMMVH, USA PB0165 ORAL LESIONS IN PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION ENROLLED IN CPCRA TRIALS Torres, R; Tobin, J; Vaughn, A; Podhurst, L; Bolden, B; Raschella, N; The Terry Beirn CPCRA; Clinical Directors Network of Region II, USA PB0166 PROLONGED HEALING PERIOD OF THE EXTRACTED WOUND REPORT OF A CASE Maeda, N; Mizobe, J; Kohshikai Dental Clinic, Japan PB0167 CROSS-CONTAMINATION RISKS OF INVASIVE DENTAL PROCEDURES USING HIGH-SPEED HANDPIECES Ito, M; Ashoori, M; Osuka, S; Matsuyama, M; Usami, T; Kaneda, T; Nagoya University, Japan PB0168 ORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HIV/AIDS Ssali, C; Entebbe Grade A Hospital, Uganda PB0169 UPPER DIGESTIVE TRACT ENDOSCOPY IN HIV INFECTED PATIENT Aoki, FH; Meirelles, JO; Monteiro, DT; Lima, J; Abreu, W; Pavan, M; State Univ of Campinas, Brazil PB0170 ENDOSCOPY STUDIES OF AIDS: THE 90'S VERSUS THE 80'S Bernal, A; Frazier, R; Del Junco, G; Gathe Jr, J; Piot, D; Park Plaza Hospital, USA PB0171 HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN THE ESOPHAGUS IN HIV PATIENTS Bouchaud, O; Marche, C; Cadiot, G; Longuet, P; Rent, E; Coulaud, JP; Bichat Claude Bernard Hospital, France PB0172 IMPAIRED GASTRIC EMPTYING IN PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION Piot, D; Gathe, Jr J; Bernal, A; Stool, E; Clemmons, J; Stenoien, R; Goldstein, J; Park Plaza Hospital, USA PB0O173 CARBOHYDRATE MALABSORPTION IN PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION Ginaldi, L'; Furia, N'; DiGiammartino, D'; Marani-Toro, G'; Corazza, GR1; Quaglino, D'; 'University of L'Aquila; 2TULSS, Italy PB0174 CMV GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE AND SALMONELLA SEPSIS IN AIDS De Agostini, M; Lipani, F; Sinicco, A; Univ of Turin, Italy P0175 AIDS ASSOCIATED DIARRHEA PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A STUDY Tumbarello, M; Ventura, G; Tacconelli, E; Scoppettuolo, G; Papi, G; Cauda, R; Universita Cattolica, Italy PB0176 ETIOLOGY OF ACUTE ABDOMEN IN AIDS PATIENTS Figueroa, R; Espinosa, RF; Santillan, MA; Cruz, MA; Centro Medico La Raza, Mexico PB0177 EXPERIENCE OF TWO YEARS IN THERAPY OF AIDS HYPERSECRETORY DIARRHEA WITH OCTREOTIDE Miranda-Ruiz, R; Feregrino-Goyos, M; Alvarado-Diez, R; Castanon, GJ; Gallegos-Perez, H; Eid-Lidt, G; Hospital Especialidades del Centro Medico siglo XXI del IMSS y Clinica ISI de Norteamerica, Mexico PB0O178 ETIOLOGY, NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC DIARRHEA IN 24 HIV PATIENTS Wanke, C; Pleskow, D; DeGirolami, P; Federman, M; New England Deaconess Hospital, USA PB0179 VIP AND REFRACTORY DIARRHEA IN AIDS/ARC PATIENTS Manfredi, R; Mastroianni, A; Coronado, O; Vezzadini, P; Fanti, MP; Chiodo, F; University of Bologna, Italy PR0180 CHRONIC BACTERIAL ENTEROPATHY IN AIDS Giang, TT; Kotler, DP; Orenstein, JM; GeorgeWashington Univ, USA PB0181 CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF HYPERAMYLASEMIA IN HIV PATIENTS Merino, E; Reus, S; Sanchez, J; Trigo, C; Boix, V; Portilla, J; Perez-Mateo, M; Hospital General Universitario de Alicante, Spain PB0182 HEPATOBILIARY DISORDERS IN HIV-PATIENTS Verdejo, J; Ifliguez, A; Polo, R; Martinez, ML; Inchaustegui, L; Enriquez, A; Gonzalez-Lahoz, JM; Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain PB0183 LIVER DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Silva, MA; Tannuri, AAS; Lobo, ALN; Costa, RS; Mello, CEB; Lima, MBC; Oliveira, CAB; Universty of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PR0184 G-CSF INDUCED HEPATITIS AND PANCREATITIS IN A HIV-SEROPOSITIVE PATIENT Zylberberg, L'; Zylberberg, H2; Havard, S'; Hagege, H2; Franck, N'; Escande, JP'; 'Tarnier Hospital; 2Intercommunal Hospital, France PB0185 PREFERENTIAL DEPLETION OF RECTAL LAMINA PROPRIA CD4+ LYMPHOCYTES Clayton, F",2; Reka, S'; Kotler, DP2; 'St Luke's-Roosevelt Hosp; 2Uni of Utah, USA P0186 COMPARISON OF HIV VIRAL BURDEN IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD AND RECTAL MUCOSA Reka, S; Kotler, DP; St Luke's-Roosevelt Hosp, USA 118

Page  119 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0187 REFRACTORY ESCHERICIA COLI 0157: H7 ASSOCIATED HEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME (HUS) AND HIV-INFECTION Albrecht, H; Stellbrink, HJ; University of Hamburg, Germany PB0188 ITRACONAZOLE AS SECONDARY PROPHYLAXIS AGAINST ORAL / OESOPHAGEAL CANDIDOSIS IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS OR ARC Smith, D'; Gazzard, B2; Kenny, DW'; Community HIV/ AIDS Trials Network, Australia; 2Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, UK PB0189 PATHOGENICITY OF ENTAMOEBA HISTOLYTICA IN JAPANESE MALE HOMOSEXUAL POPULATION Takeuchi, T'; Kobayashi, SI; Okusawa, E'; Tachibana, H2; Takada, S3; Ohtomo, H4; 1Keio Univ; 2Tokai Univ; 3Osaka City Univ; 4Jikei Univ, Japan PB0O190 A SURVEY ON THE ORAL LESIONS OF HIV/AIDS PATIENT IN JAPAN (REPORT 1) Ikeda, M; Maeda, N; et al; Research Committee on Prevention of Developing Ignesies and Therapy for HIV Infected Patients, Japan PBO9: Organ Manifestations: Nervous System PB0191 PATHOLOGY OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM OF AIDS IN JAPAN Funata, N; Koike, M; Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital, Japan PB0192 PSYCHONEUROLOGIC DISORDERS AND EVALUATION OF ABILITY TO WORK IN HIV INFECTION Ivanov, KS; Lobzin, YV; Zhdanov, KV; Medico-Military Academy, Russia PB0193 ACUTE PARALYSIS OF THE SERRATUS MUSCLE IN AN HIV POSITIVE PATIENT TREATED BY DDC Faller, JP; Ziegler, F; Balblanc, JC; Labouret, P; Ruyer, O; Centre Hospitalier, France PB0194 STROKE IN YOUNG HIV PATIENTS: ASSOCIATION WITH COCAINE ABUSE AND MENINGITIS Qureshi, AI; Akbar, MS; McGaffigan, S; Weissman, J; Frankel, M; Janssen, R; Emory Univ School of Medicine, USA P0195 PSYCHOLOGICAL APROACH TO AIDS PATIENTS Costa, LM; Azevedo, RC; Estadual University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil P0196 BAEPs IN EARLY STAGES OF HIV-INFECTION De la Fuente, J; Rodriguez, E; Ocampo, A; Miralles, C; Sopefla, B; Moreno, JA; Martinez, C; Hospital Xeral, Spain PB0197 PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS IN HIV PATIENTS: HOSPITALIZED VS NON-HOSPITALAIZED Prenzlauer, SL; Bialer, PA; Bogdonoff, L; Kato, KS; Wilets, I; Beth Israel Medical Center, USA PB0O198 HIV INDEPENDENT FACTORS INFLUENCING NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE IN ARC AND AIDS INDIVIDUALS Dally, LG; Chiesi, A; Tomino, C; Floridia, M; Seeber, A; Vella, S; ISS, Lab of Virology, Italy PB0199 SUBCLINICAL MOTOR DEFICITS IN HIV INFECTION ARE NOT INFLUENCED BY INTRAVENOUS DRUG ABUSE Giesen, HJv; Roick, H; Hefter, H; Jablonowski, H; Freund, HJ; Arendt, G; Universityof Dusseldorf, Germany PB0O200 RISK OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL IMPAIRMENT STEADILY RISES FROM DATE OF SEROCONVERSION: HNRC EXPERIENCE Grant, I"2; Heaton, RK'; Deutsch, R'; McCutchan, JA'; Atkinson, JH1',2; Chandler, J3; 'UCSD; 2VAMC; 3Naval Hospital, USA PB0O201 PROGRESSIVE LESION OF ASCENDING SENSORY TRACTS Husstedt, IW; Grotemeyer, KH; Busch, H; Hoffmann, U; Zidek, W; Wilhelms-Universitat, Germany PB0202 HIV-1-GP120 CAUSES INDUCTION OF NEURONAL INJURY IN VITRO: PREVENTION BY MEMANTINE Muller, WEG'; Bormann, J2; Schroder, HC'; Ushijima, H3; 'Institut fur Physiologische Chemie, Germany; 2MPI, Germany; Institute of Public Health, Japan PB0O203 PROGRESSION OF NERVOUS SYSTEM DYSFUNCTION IN HIV; 5 YEAR FOLLOW-UP Hall, CD; Messenheimer; Wilkins; Whaley; Robertson; Radzion; Hall; Kwock; Donovan; Robertson; University of North Carolina, USA PB0O204 HIV-1 ASSOCIATED COGNITIVE-MOTOR COMPLEX IN EUROPE Chiesi, A'; Dally, LG'; Vella, S'; Lundgren, JD2; Pedersen, C2; the AIDS IN EUROPE study group; 'ISS, Lab of Virology, Italy; 2Hvidovre Hospital, Denmark PB0O205 QUALITY OF LIFE IN PEOPLE WITH DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND HIV Rubin, HC'2; Patterson, TL2; Atkinson, JH1,2; Kaplan, RM'; Koch, WL'; McCutchan, JA'; Chandler, JL; Grant, I,2; UCSD; 2VAMCSD; 'Naval Medical Center, USA P0O206 STEREOTACTIC BRAIN BIOPSY IN AIDS PATIENTS Valadas, E; Melo, AZ; Ferreira, G; Quaresma, MJ; Hospital de Santa Maria, Portugal 119

Page  120 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0207 STEREOTACTIC BRAIN BIOPSY OF FOCAL INTRACEREBRAL LESIONS IN AIDS PATIENTS Cosin, J; Miralles, P; Moreno, S; Parras, M; Salazar, F; Bouza, E; Hosp G MaraflOn, Spain PB0208 PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN HIV-1 DISEASE Shor-Posner, G; Feaster, D; Blaney, N; Miguez-Burbano, M; Goodkin, K; Eisdorfer, C; Baum, MK; Univ of Miami, USA PB0209 STRESSFUL LIFE EVENTS, CORTISOL AND CELLULAR IMMUNE CHANGES IN ASYMPTOMATIC, HIV INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Petitto J; Lesserman J; Perkins, D; Golden, J; Folds, J; Evans, D; Univ of Florida, USA PBO210 HIV SEROPREVALENCE AMONG PSYCHIATRIC IN-PATIENTS AT THE PSYCHIATRIC UNIT OF S GIOVANNI HOSPITAL, ROME Di Genio, M'; Chiesi, A2; Pariante, F'; Falchi Delitala, N'; D'Aloia, El; Degli Esposti, M'; 'USL RM4; 2ISS, Lab of Virology, Italy PB0211 PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF CONVENTIONAL EEG-RECORDINGS IN EVALUATING HIV-ENCEPHALOPATHY Arendt, G; Bohn, J; Schroerschwarz, T; Giesen, HJv; Roick, H; Jablonowski, H; Univ of Dusseldorf, Germany PB0212 THE ROLE OF TNF-a IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF VACUOLAR MYELOPATHY IN AIDS Ciardi, A'; Tan, SV2; An, SF'; Guiloff, RJ'; Scaravilli, F'; 'Inst of Neurology, 2Charing Cross and Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals, UK PB0213 INTRATHECAL SYNTHESIS OF ANTI gpl20 V3 LOOP ANTIBODIES IN HIV-INFECTION Matr, S'; Lolli, F'; Pinto, F'; Colao, MG2; DeMajo, E2; Mecocci, L'; Brizzi, M3; Blanc, PL'; Paci, P'; Mazzotta, F'; 'University of Florence; 2USL 10/D; 'USL 10/H, Italy PB0214 HIV AND THE BRAIN: P300 CHANGES DO NOT REFLECT GENERAL SUBCORTICAL DAMAGE Katner, HP; Moore, NC; Tucker, KA; Smith, MU; Coburn, KL; Mercer University, USA PB0215 IS ROUTINE OPHTHALMOLOGICAL STUDY IN VIH PATIENTS PROFITABLE? Mufloz, JJ; Artiaga, E; Tafil, P; Carrasco, JM; Vidal, T; Portilla, J; Boix, V; Belmonte, J; Hospital General Universitario de Alicante, Spain PB0216 CYTOMEGALOVIRUS MYELITIS MIMICKING INTRAMEDULLARY SPINAL CORD TUMOR Moulignier, A'; Mikol, J3'; Gonzalez-Canali, G2; Wallays, C'; Thiebaut, JB4; Dupont, B2; 'Hopital Tenon; 'Institut Pasteur; 'Lariboisiere; 'H Dunant, France PB0217 CMV POLYRADICULOMYELITIS IN AIDS: 7 CASES Jacomet, C; Lebrette, MG; De Montfort, L; El Amrani, M; Gozlan, J; Girard, PM; Rozenbaum, W; H6pital Rothschild, France PB0218 RISK FACTORS FOR RETINAL DETACHMENT IN PATIENTS WITH CMV-RETINITIS Geier, St A; Sadri, I; Bogner, JR; Klauss, V; Goebel, F-D; Medizinische Poliklinik und Augenklinik der LMU, Germany PB0219 LASER PHOTOCOAGULATION IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH CMV RETINITIS Kosmides, P'; Ladas, JD2; Dadoush, G'; Nicolaidou, S'; Koulios, P'; Vergados, J2; Liarikos, S'; 'St Savvas Hospital Eye Clinic; 'Athens University Eye Clinic; 'Pammakaristos Hosp; Greece PB0220 MAINTENANCE THERAPY OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS RETINITIS WITH INTRAVITREAL INJECTION ONLY: SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS Pastor, M; Viciana, P; Calvo, R; Nuno, E; Seva, E; Rodriguez, MJ; Hospital V Rocio, Spain PB0221 OCULAR MANIFESTATIONS IN HIV PATIENTS IN JAPAN Nagata, Y; Fujino, Y; Ono, A; Mochizuki, M; Oka, S; Kimura, S; Shimada, K; Univ of Tokyo, Japan PB0222 PREDICTIVE FACTORS OF SEQUELAE IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH BRAIN TOXOPLASMOSIS Perez-Cecilia, E; Sanchez, J; Jimenez-Escrig, A; Roca, V; Romero, J; Palau, E; Picazo, J; Hospital Universitario San Carlos, Spain PB0223 OUTBREAK OF CNS TOXOPLASMOSIS DUE TO AIDS IN BOMBAY Lanjewar, DN; Grant Medical College, India PB0224 HIV ASSOCIATED DEMENTIA: FREQUENCY AND DIFFERENTIATING FACTORS COMPARED TO OTHER NEUROLOGICAL COMPLICATIONS OF HIV INFECTION Sanchez-Portocarrero, J; Jimenez-Escrig, A; Ayuso, J; Perez-Cecilia, E; Roca, V; Barquero, M; Varela de Seijas, E; Hospital Cllnico, Spain PB0225 AIDS DEMENTIA COMPLEX: A STUDY OF 20 PATIENTS Stavrianeas, N'; Kivellos, S'; Retzos, M; Samartzis, D'; Chatzivasiliou, M'; Stratigos, J'; "'A Sygros" Hospital; 'Aeginition Hospital, Greece PB0226 NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND NEURODIAGNOSTIC BY IMAGING (MRI-SPECT) EARLY SIGNS OF AIDS DEMENTIA COMPLEX (ADC) IN ASYMPTPMATIC HIV-1 INFECTED SUBJECTS: FOLLOW UP Rosci, MA'; Pigorini F'; Bernabei, A'; Pau, FM2; Merigliano, DE'; Leonetti, C2; 'L Spallanzani Hospital for Infectious Diseases; 'C Forlanini Hospital; 'La Sapienza University, Italy 120

Page  121 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care CLINICAL EVALUATION OF A HIV+ PATIENT WITH GUILLAINBARRE SYNDROME (GBS) Watanbe, R; lino, M; Tachikawa, H; Honda, M; Sagara, H; Yokohama City Hospital, Japan PB0228 TREATMENT WITH INTRAVENOUS IMMUNOGLOBULIN IN SEVERE GUILLAIN-BARRE SYNDROME AND HIV INFECTION Rodriguez, AF; Huarte, I; Von Wichmann, MA; Iribarren, JA; Arrizabalaga, J; Urtasun, M; Hospital Ntra Sra Aranzazu, Spain PB0229 XEROPHTHALMIA IN HIV-DISEASE Libera, St; Geier, St A; Klauss, V; Goebel, F-D; Medizinische Poliklinik and Augenklinik der LMU, Germany PB0230 PERSISTENT NEUTROPHILIC MENINGITIS IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Roca, V; Sanchez-Portocarrero, J; Martin, T'; Perez-Cecilia, E; de la Torre, F; Picazo, JJ; Fernandez-Cruz, A; Hospital Universitario San Carlos; 'Clinica Puerta de Hierro, Spain PB0231 TREATMENT OF AIDS AND PROGRESSIVE MULTIFOCAL LEUCOENCEPHALOPATHY (PML) WITH CYTARABINE WHEN THE BRAIN BIOPSY IS UNSUCCESSFULL OR IMPOSSIBLE Ravaux, I; Quinson, AM; North, MO; Gallais, H; H6pital La Conception Marseille, France PB0232 ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF 2' 3' -DIDEOXYCYTIDIN (ddC) CAUSED POLYNEUROPATHY A FOLLOW-UP STUDY Roick, H; Giesen, HJv; Jablonowski, H; Arendt, G; Heinrich-Heine-University, Germany PB0233 PILOT STUDY OF ZIDOVUDINE (AZT) AND ZALCITABINE (ddC) COMBINATION IN HIV-ASSOCIATED DEMENTIA McIntyre, K; Torres, R; Luck, D; Tavalouras, G; St Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center of New York, USA PB0234 DELAYED PML DIAGNOSIS AND d4T TREATMENT Lutz, B; Mogabgab, W; Santos, M; Combs, K; New Orleans Health Department; Owen Home Infusion; Southern Baptist Hospital, USA PB11: Antiretroviral Therapy: New Approaches PB0238 PANAVIR: A NOVEL THERAPY FOR HIV INFECTION Hendler, SS'; Sanchez, RA'; Nagourney, RA'; Lauermann, MW2; Sonne, M2; Strayer, G2; 'Vyrex Corp; 2Long Beach Memorial Med Ctr, USA PB0239 PHASE 1/II TRIAL OF ORAL PANAVIR FOR HIV INFECTION Nagourney, RA'; Hendler, SS2; Sanchez, RA2; Strayer, G'; Sonne, M'; Lauermann, MW; 'Long Beach Memorial Med Ctr; 'Vyrex Corporation, USA PB0240 ANTI-HIV FLAVANOIDES FROM MORUS ALBA L Luo, SD; Nemec, J; Ning, BM; Li, QX; Kunming Institute of Botany, China PBO241 VESNARINONE; A PRELIMINARY THERAPEUTIC APPROACH IN HIV-1 INFECTION Maruyama, Y'; Kobayashi, N2; Maruyama, I'; Osame, M'; 'Kagoshima Univ; 'Yamaguchi Univ, Japan PB0242 LOVIRIDE INDUCES A PROLONGED RISE OF THE CD4 COUNT IN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV-l1 SUBJECTS De Brabander M'; Staszewski, S; De Cree, J'; Verhaegen, H'; Stoffels, P; Van Den Broeck, R; Roels, V'; Janssen, PAJ; et al; 'CRU St Bartholomeus, Belgium PB0243 TODOXIN IN AIDS: PHASE 3 CONTROLLED MULTINATIONAL COOPERATIVE OPEN STUDY Radojicic, C; Jovanovic, T; Petrovic, S; TODOXIN Study Group, Austria PB0244 PHASE 1/11I STUDY OF CURDLAN SULFATE - AN HIV INHIBITOR Gordon, M; Guralnik, M; Lang, W; Baker, M; Goodgame, J; DeMarzo, C; Mimura, T; Kaneko, Y; Ajinomoto Co, Inc, USA PB0245 TREATMENT OF HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED SYMPTOMATIC DISEASE WITH WFO0 SOLUTION (TCDO) Busch, HW; Christensen, St; Reichelt, D; Jahn, S; Zidek, W; WWU, Germany PB0235 PB0246 MAGNESIUM LEVEL AND PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY Stroud, S'; Salvato, P'; Thompson, C2; 1Med Univ Charleston; 'Houston Immuno Institute, USA PB023 A SURVEY OF ADULT MENINGITIS IN ZIMBABWE Malin, A; Bwakura, T; Robertson, V; Musvaire, P; University of Zimbabwe Medical School, Zimbabwe PB023 HIV-1/HTLV-1 COINFECTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH A HIGH FREQUENCY OF MYELOPATHIES Harrison, LH'; Schechter, M2; Vaz, BP2; McArthur, JC'; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA; 'Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil USE OF N- (4 -{{(2, 4-DIAMINO-6-PTERIDINYL) METHYL} METHYLAMINO)}-1- GLUTAMIC ACID (METHOTREXATE) (MT) IN INHIBITING REPLICATION OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-1 (HIV-1) IN VITRO Kumar, S; Clinical Regional Laboratory, USA PB0248 NIMODIPINE+ZDV VS ZDV IN PATIENTS WITH ADC 7 Galgani, S; Narciso, P; Balestra, P; Pigorini, F; Pau, F; Sette, P; Tozzi, V; Alba, L; Grisetti, S; Visco, G; S Camillo Hosp, Italy 121

Page  122 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0249 TRIALS OF ELABORATION MORE UNIVERSAL AIDS THERAPY: ANTI-HIV LASER TRAPS FOR BLOOD, VIRUCIDAL HYPERBARIC GAS, TISSUE pH MODIFIERS Vasilionakaitis, V; Research Lab of Clinical Biomechanics & Modern Treatment Methods, Lithuania PB12: Antiretroviral Therapy: Combination Therapy PB0250 ASSOCIATION ZIDOVUDINE AND DIPYRIDAMOLE: A PHARMACOKINETIC STUDY Livrozet, J-M'; Schrive, I2; Brunel, F'; Fournier, F'; Plasse, JC2; Touraine, JL'; 'H6pital E Herriot; 2Pharmacie Centrale, France PB0251 TOW CASES OF AIDS ASSOCIATED WITH HEMOPHILIA A, TREATED EFFECTIVELY BY THE CONCOMITANT USE OF SNMC AND ddl Mori, K; Sendai Hematologic Clinic, Japan PB0252 THE INTERIM SAFETY RESULTS AND PHARMACOKINETICS OF A COMBINATION OF R89439 AND ZIDOVUDINE THERAPY IN HIV-INFECTION Colebunders, R'; Vandenbruaene, M'; Delescluse, J2; Vander Endt, D2; De Cree, J'; De Brabander, M'; Peeters, M'; Van Den Broeck, R'; Stoffles, P'; 'Tropical Institute of Antwerp; 2Brussels Dermatology Clinic; 'Janssen Research Foundation, Belgium PB0253 EFFECT OF CONCORDE STUDY RELEASE ON ANTI-RETROVIRAL (AR) USE IN COMMUNITY PROGRAMS FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH ON AIDS (CPCRA) TRIALS Ward, TT'; Sampson, J2; Wentworth, D3; Wallace, JA'; 'Portland OR VA Med Ctr; 2The Research & Education Group; 'Univ of Minnesota, USA PB0254 ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY EFFECT ON CD4+ CELL COUNTS: A WAY TO EVALUATE DRUG EFFICACY D'Offizi, G; Ferrara, R; Pinter, E; Rosso, R; Prozzo, A; Pontesilli, O; Aiuti, F; Univ of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy PB0255 EFFICACY OF ZDV/DDC MEASURED BY SURROGATE MARKERS Binhegyi, D'; Ujhelyi, E2; Gerlei, Z'; FtLst, G'; 'St Liszl6 Hosp; 2National Inst for Haemat, Hungary PB0256 DIDANOSINE (DDI) VS ZIDOVUDINE (ZDV) IN HIV PATIENTS Milini, P; Casari, S; Donisi, A; Gregis, G; Tomasoni, D; Bergamasco, A; Carosi, G; Univ of Brescia, Italy PB0257 OPEN LABEL COMBINATION OF ZIDOVUDINE (ZVD) PLUS DIDANOSINE (ddl) FOR THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION AND ABSOLUTE CD4 LYMPHOCYTES COUNTS >100 < 500 mega/I Suleiman, G; Suleiman, J; Suleiman, S; Castro, I; Ferreira Jr, O; Instituto de Infectologia Emilio Ribas, Brazil PB0258 EFFECTS OF COMBINED TREATMENT WITH ZIDOVUDINE AND DIDEOXYINOSINE IN 104 HIV + PATIENTS WITH PRIOR ZIDOVUDINE THERAPY de Saint Martin, L; Pialoux, G; Tuppin, Ph; Gonzalez-Canali, G; Feuillie, V; Dupont, B; et al; Institut Pasteur Hospital, France PB0259 TOXICITY AND CARCINOGENICITY OF DIDEOXYCYTIDINE IN MICE Rao, G'; Sanders, V'; Elwell, M'; Giles, H2; Heath, J2; Lindamood III, C2; 'NIEHS, NIH; 2Southern Research, USA PB0260 AZT MONOTHERAPY COMPARED TO AZT+DDC COMBINED ANTIVIRIC THERAPY AND AZT+DDC+NAC (100 PATIENTS EACH GROUP) Feregrino-Goyos, M; Eid Lidt, G; Gallegos Perez, H; Alvarado, DR; Mino, LD Clinica ISI de Norteamerica, Mexico PB0261 EFFICACY AND TOXICITY OF DDI AND AZT MONOTHERAPY VERSUS COMBINED AND ALTERNATING AZT/DDI REGIMENS Schlenzig, C; Poppinger, J; Wolf, E; Jaeger, H; KIS-Curatorium for Immunedeficiency, Germany PB0262 STUDY OF 31 ACUTE HIV-1 INFECTION (API) Sinicco, A; Biglino, A; Gioannini, P; Univ of Turin, Italy PB0263 INFLUENCE OF ANTIRETROVIRAL TREATMENT ON THE AIDS PATIENTS SURVIVAL - A PRIVATE PRACTICE EXPERIENCE Del Bianco, R; Ministerio da Saide, Brazil PB0264 NON-NUCLEOSIDE RT INHIBITORS WITH STRUCTURAL DIVERSITY BUT POTENT ANTI-HIV ACTIVITY Yang, SS; Buckheit, RW, Jr'; Bader, JP'; 'NCI; 2SRI-FRC, USA PB0265 EFFECT OF RATE OF CD4 DECLINE ON THE EFFICACY OF EARLY ZDV THERAPY IN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV INFECTION Easterbrook, PJ; Yu, LM; Babiker, A; Gazzard, BG; Boag, F; McLean, K; Chelsea and Westminster Hospital; MRC Clinical Trials Centre, UK PB0266 RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF ZIDOVUDINE (ZDV) OR DIDANOSINE (ddl) MONOTHERAPY OR ZALCITABINE PLUS ZIDOVUDINE (ddC+ ZDV) COMBINATION THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH EARLY AIDS Barr, MR; Torres, RA; St Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center, USA PB0267 TRIPLE COMBINATION THERAPY OF FOSCARNET Convey, P; Scolaro, M; Brucker, R; CAREMARK Inc, USA PB0268 SAFETY OF ZALCITABINE (ddC) IN ZIDOVUDINE (ZDV) INTOLERANT INDIVIDUALS: RESULTS OF THE EUROPEAN EXPANDED ACCESS STUDY Moyle, GJ'; Goll, A'; Snape, S; 'F Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, Switzerland; 'The ddC Coordinating Center, Germany 122

Page  123 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0269 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMMUNITY BASED TRIAL FOR THE COMPARISON OF COMBINATION ZDV WITH ddC OR ddl TO ZDV MONOTHERAPY Saravolatz, L; Winslow, D; Stein, D; Dehlinger, M; Collins, G; Deyton, L; CPCRA, NIH, USA PB0270 PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A PHASE II STUDY ON THE EFFICACY AND TOLERABILITY OF AZT PLUS ALFA-INTERFERON IN PATIENTS WITH ASYMPTOMATIC HIV INFECTION AND CD4 BETWEEN 200 AND 500 Tavio, M; Colomba, A'; Izzo, E2; Pintus, A3; Puppo, F4; Serraino, D; Traina, C5; Tirelli, U; Centro di Riferimento Oncologico; 'Casa del Sole; 2Osp Cotugno; 'Universitt di Cagliari; 4Universita di Genova; 5Ambulatorio AIDS, USL58, Italy PB0271 COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF ZDV AND DDI IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH PREVIOUS ZDV TREATMENT: A RANDOMIZED MULTICENTER STUDY ISS-901 Tomino, C; Floridia, M; Chiesi, A; Dally, LG; Seeber, A; Fragola, V; Sebastiani, G; Vella, S; the Italian AZT/DDI Evaluation Group; Istituto Superiore di Santa, Italy PB0272 STANDARD VS LOW DOSE ZDV+DDI THERAPY IN PTS WITH FAILURE OF ZDV MONOTHERAPY Narciso, P; Tozzi, V; Sette, P; Alba, L; Grisetti, S; Colaiacomo, M; Campitelli, G; Missori, R; Visco, GL; Spallanzani Hosp, Italy PB0273 ANTIVIRAL COMBINED AND THYMOSTIMULIN IN PATIENTS WITH HIV STAGES III AND IV: EFFECTS ON THE CD4 CELLS COUNTS Conde-mercado, JM; Feregrino Goyos, M; Eid Lidt, G; Torras, GV; Gallegos Perez H; Alvarado Diez, R; Clinica ISI de Norteamerica, Mexico PB0274 A PHASE 1/11I OPEN LABEL COMBINATION STUDY OF THE TOLERABILITY AND ACTIVITY OF ddC AND INTERFERON ALPHA IN PATIENTS WITH EARLY SYMPTOMATIC HIV-INFECTION (ANRS PROTOCOL 016) Mouton, Y; Goujard, C; Raffi, F; Seigneurin, JM; Bilbault, P; Al ANRS; Tourcoing Hospital; HOtel Dieu Hospital; Grenoble Hospital; Produits Roche, Neuilly and ICRC, France PB0275 FIRST EVALUATION OF 20 HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS ON TREATMENT OF AZT/DDI AT THE LJ ENGELMAJER ASSOCIATION Puchot, P'; Puppo, P2; Engelmajer, LJ; 'Addepos; 2European Institute for documentation and research on Drug Abuse; 'Engelmajer Foundation, France PB0276 PHASE II STUDY OF COMBINATION OF LENTINAN WITH ddl IN HIV-POSITIVE PATIENTS Kaneko, Y; Mimura, T; Guralnik, M; Baker, M; Goodgame, J; DeMarzo, C; Pierce, D; Lang, W; Gordon, M; Ajinomoto Co, Inc, Japan PB0277 SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF RECOMBINANT CD4-IMMUNOGLOBULIN IN COMBINATION WITH AZIDOTHYMIDINE, DIDEOXYINOSINE AND 0.5 p-MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY ON HIV INFECTION IN VITRO Ushijima, H"2; Ando, S2; Kitamura, T2; Muller, WEG'; 'Institute of Public Health, Japan; 2NIH, Japan; 'Mainz University, Germany PB0278 ZALCITABINE (ddC) IN COMBINATION WITH ZIDOVUDINE (ZDV, AZT) FOR TREATMENT OF ADVANCED HIV DISEASE: A MULTICENTER, OPEN LABEL, NON COMPARATIVE STUDY Perez-Ancona, F; Cano, C; Lisker, A; Montenegro, A; Hospital Central Sur de Alta Especialidad Pemex, Mexico PB0279 IMPACT OF AZT MONOTHERAPY VERSUS SEQUENTIAL OR COMBINATION ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY ON SURVIVAL Thompson, M'; Creagh, T'; Rimland, D2; Thompson, S'; Toomey, K4; 'AIDS Research Consortium of Atlanta, Inc; 'Veterans Administration Medical Center; 'Emory Univ School of Medicine; 4GA Dept of Human Resources, USA PB0280 ZIDOVUDINE OR ZIDOVUDINE/ACICLOVIR IN PATIENTS WITH ASYMPTOMATIC HIV INFECTION AND CD4+ CELL COUNTS GREATER THAN 400/pL Jahn, S; Busch, HW; Reichelt, D; Christensen, St; Zidek, W; WWU Munster, Germany PB0281 HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE STRUCTURE OF A SOCIAL POLITIC IN ARGENTINA Zalazar, A; Comunidad Homosexual Argentina, Argentina PB15: Vaccines and Immunotherapy PB0282 TREATMENT OF HIV INFECTED ADULT PATIENTS WITH HIGHDOSE INTRAVENOUS IMMUNOGLOBULIN - A RANDOMIZED TRIALKiehl, M; Heese, Ch; Stoll, R; Domschke, W; University of Munster, Germany PB0283 THE IMPACT OF PENTOXIFYLLINE ON QUALITY OF LIFE Cohen, CJ2; Dezube, BJ2; Day, JM2; Andradas, V2; Gagnon, S'; Rieker, PP2; 2CRI/New England; 'Univ of Kansas; USA PB0284 EFFECT OF FLUCONAZOLE (FLU) ON THE CLINICAL PHARMACO KINETICS OF DELAVIRDINE (DLV) Cox, S; Anderson, RD'; Driver, M; Carel, B; The Upjohn Company; 'Novum Inc, USA PB0285 PENTOXIFYLLINE DECREASES TNF IN AIDS PATIENTS Dezube, BJ; Lederman, M; Spritzler, J; Ahlers, C; Pardee, AB; Crumpacker, CS; Beth Israel Hosp; Case Western Res Univ, USA PB0286 EFFECT OF CRYOPRESERVATION ON HIV+VE LYMPHOCYTES STORED FOR ADOPTIVE IMMUNOTHERAPY Trickett, A'; Dwyer, J2; Tesfamariam, N'; 'St George Hospital; 'Prince of Wales Hospital, Australia 123

Page  124 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0287 THERAPEUTIC IMMUNIZATION WITH HIV gpl60 IN HIV-SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS SandstrOm, E; Bratt, G; Eriksson, L; Samuelsson, M; Persson, C; Volvovitz, F; Redfield, R; Wigzell, H; Wahren, B; South Hospital, Karolinska Institute, Sweden PB0288 COLLECTION OF AUTOLOGOUS BLOOD AND BONE MARROW FOR ADOPTIVE IMMUNOTHERAPY IN HIV+VE PATIENTS Trickett, A'; Dwyer, J'; Tesfamariam, N2; Lam-Po-Tang, R2; Kwan, YL'; 'St George Hospital; 'Prince of Wales Hospital, Australia PB0289 THE EFFECT OF RED GINSENG AND ZIDOVUDINE ON HIV PATIENTS Cho, YK'; Kim, Y'; Choi, M2; Kim, Y2; Choi, B2; Shin, Y2; 'Univ of Ulsan; 2NIH; Korea PB0290 HAPLOTYPE-MATCHED PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELL (PBMC) TRANSFUSIONS IN PATIENTS WITH LATE-STAGE AIDS Gomatos, PJ; Reiter, WM; Keller, RH; Cimoch; PJ; Vorce, DE; Giannetti, B; Uribe, MR; Center for Special Immunology, USA PB0291 AHCC IMMUNOTHERAPY IN AIDS PATIENTS Ghoneum, M; Priestly, J; Drew Univ of Med & Sci, USA PB0292 IL-2 ADMINISTRATION TO HIV+INDIVIDUALS AND AIDS PATIENTS AN OPEN-LABEL STUDY PERFORMED IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Timerman, A; Hutzler, RU; Albert Einstein Hospital, Brazil PB0293 PASSIVE IMMUNOTHERAPY (PIT) IN HIV DISEASE: STUDY OF PATIENTS AND DONORS Bainbridge, D'; Karpas, A2; 'Royal London Hospital; 2University of Cambridge, UK PB0294 BINATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN THE TREATMENT OF AIDS WITH A LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT NATURAL CARBOHIDRATE (ECA-10-142), AS STIMULATE OF THE INMUNOLOGY SYSTEM Cevallos, EA'; Ardila, HA2'; 'Oncology Clinic at the Metropolitan Hospital, Ecuador; 2The Liga Colombiana de Lucha Contra el SIDA, Colombia PB0295 CLINICAL AND IMMUNOLOGIC MONITORING OF HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS TREATED WITH TOPICAL DINITROCHLOROBENZENE (DNCB) Stricker, RB'; Elswood, BF'; Goldberg, B'; Henry, J2; Winger, EE'; Epstein, WL; 'HemaCare Corporation; 'DNCB Study Group; 'IDL Laboratories; 4University of California, San Francisco, USA PB0296 ANTI-CMV HUMAN IMMUNOGLOBULINS IN THE PROPHILAXIS OF HCMV DISEASE IN HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS PRELIMINARY RESULTS Traina, C'; Magaraci, G2; Bellissima, P'; Panella, L4; Di Stefano, G5; Zola, S6; 'Centro AIDS USL 58, Italy; 2Osp R Margherita; 3Osp Gravina; 4Osp Civile, Barcellona 'Osp Civile, Siracusa; 6Osp Ferrarotto, Italy PB0297 INTRA-VENOUS GAMMAGLOBULIN: A WEAPON AGAINST BACTERIAL INFECTIONS IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN? Della Negra, M; Castro, IO; Queiroz, W; Yu, CL; Soraggi Neto, C; Paste, AA; Vizquez, CMP; Inst Infectol Emllio Ribas, Brazil PB0298 CD4 CELL COUNT OF HIV1 ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS REMAINS STABLE UNDER CYCLOSPORIN A Levy, R; Tourani, JM; Jals, JP; Even, P; Andrieu, JM; Hopital Laennec Universite Paris V, France PB0299 RECOVERY OF AN ADVANCED AIDS PATIENT FROM SERIOUS END STAGE WITH TREATMENT Andoh, Y; Andoh Clinic, Japan PBO300 EFFECT OF TRACE ELEMENTS AND VITAMINS ON THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND AIDS Michael, SS; Australia PB0301 HOMOEOPATHIC DRUGS AS IMMUNO MODULATORS: A STUDY IN 34 HIV SUBJECTS Singh, V'; Rastogi, DPZ; Dey, SK'; Rao, PK'; 'Regional Research Inst (H); 'CCRH; India PBO0302 THE IMMUNOACTIVETHERAPY FOR PATIENTS WITH POSITIVE HIV USING GLYCYRRHIZIN Endo, Y; Akita University, Japan PBO303 CD4 CELL COUNT IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS TREATED WITH ORAL IFN ALPHA-PRELIMINARY REPORT Smiatacz, T; Dzierbicki, A; Trocha, H; Zielinska, W; Gdansk School of Medicine, Poland PBO304 USE OF DNCB AS A IMMUNE MODULATOR IN HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS: A PILOT STUDY Traub, A; Irmandade Santa Casa de Misericordia, Brazil PBO305 LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE RESPONSES IN HIV-1-SEROPOSITIVE VOLUNTEERS PRE AND POST IMMUNIZATION WITH IMMUNO RGP160 Mannhalter, JW; Eibl, MM; Wahren, B; Blazevic, V; Goebel, F-D; the European Multinational IMMUNO AIDS Vaccine Study Group, Austria 124

Page  125 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0306 THERAPEUTIC ID VACCINATION IN HIV DISEASE Sutor, G-C; Jurkiewicz, E'; Hunsmann, G'; Himn, M2; Deicher, H; Schedel, I; Med School of Hannover; 'German Primate Centre, Germany; 2Immunotech SA, France PB0307 THERAPEUTIC gpl60 VACCINE (VaxSyn) IN ADULTS WITH CD4 COUNTS <400/mm3 DeMaria, A; Coady, W; Cohen, C; Epstein, P; Kunches, L; Mayer, K; Werner, B; the Massachusetts DPH gpl60 working Group, USA PB0308 INHIBITION OF THE ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO AN HIV VACCINE BY MATERNAL ANTIBODY Jelonek, M'; Maskrey, J'; Steimer, K2; Potts, B'; Higgins, K2Keller, M'; 'Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, 2Chiron Corp; 'Repligen Corp, USA PB0309 EQUIMMUNE IN TREATMENT OF HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Bissbort, SH; Davis, H; van Brummelen, R; Miller, S; Mauff, Zail & Partners, South Africa PB0310 EFFICACY OF INTERFERON FOR CHRONIC HEPATITIS C IN HIV+ PATIENTS Soriano, V; Garcia-Samaniego, J; Bravo, R; Castro, A; Gonzalez, J; Mtnez-Odriozola, P; Colmenero, J; Carballo, E; Del Romero, J; Pedreira, J; Glez-Lahoz, J; The HIV/IFN/ HCV Spanish Study Group, Spain PB0311 IMMUNOTHERAPY WITH AUTOLOGOUS HIV-SPECIFIC CTL Lieberman, J; Fabry, JA; Skolnik, PR; Parkerson, GR; Fong, DM; Kagan, J; Standiford, H; Lee, E; Landry, B; New England Medical Center, and NIAID, USA PB0312 TREATMENT WITH THALIDOMIDE IN AIDS PATIENTS Klausner, JD'; Makonkawkeyoon, S2; Akarasewi, P'; Kasinrerk, W2; Nakata, K4; Kaplan, G'; 'NYU Med, USA; 2Chiang Mai Univ, Thailand; 'M Pub Health, Thailand; 4A Diamond AIDS Res Ctr, USA; 'Rockefeller Univ, USA PB0313 ZIDOVUDINE-THYMOSTIMULIN ASSOCIATION IN THE TREATMENT OF CDC2 AND CDC3 HIV-POSITIVE PATIENTS: THE SECOND STAGE OF TPI-AZT MULTICENTER STUDY(TAMS-2) Barbaro, G'; Barbarini, G2; De Rosa, F'on behalf of the TAMS-2 Group; 'University "La Sapienza"; 'University of Pavia, Italy PB0314 EFFECTS OF HIV-1 IMMUNOGEN ON CLINICAL STATUS Bergman, GE; Moss, R; Petillo, J; Slade, H; Rhone Poulenc Rorer Pharm/Immunization Products Ltd, USA PB0315 BLOCKING EFFECTS OF KF506 FOR APOPTOTIC CELL DEATH INDUCED BY HIV-GP120 Sekigawa, I; Juntendo Univ, Japan PB0316 THE ROLE OF hrGM-CSF IN NEUTROPENIA DUE TO THE CYTOSTATIC OR GANCICLOVIR TREATMENT Szlivik, J; Binhegyl, D; Miskovits, E; Gerlei, Zs; Laszl6 Hospital, Hungary PB0317 EVALUATION OF LONG TERM ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF GLYCYRRHIZIN IN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV-1 CARRIER Kinoshita, S; Tsujino, G; Yoshioka, K; Akatani, K; Imai, M; Ikegami, N; Osaka National Hospital, Japan PB0318 CLINICAL STUDIES OF XENOGENEIC HIV-1 IMMUNOGLOBULIN Osther, KB'; Fralick, R2; Hung, CH'; Thorn, RM'; 'Verigen Inc, USA; 2 Canada PB0319 RESPONSE TO N-ACETYL-L-CYSTEINE ON THE CD'-CD8 SYSTEM Focaccia, R; Cattapan, A; Conceicao, O; Buainain, R; Salaroli, A; Focaccia, MT; Fac Medicina Jundiail, Brazil PB0320 EFFICACY OF AM3 (GLIFOFOSFOPEPTICAL) AS MODULATOR OF INMUNITY IN THE TREATMENT OF AIDS Ruiz I, R; Torrecillas, L; Teran, L; Centro Medico 20 de Noviembre, Mexico PB0321 PHARMACOKINETICS OF GM-CSF AND EARLY LEUCOCYTE RESPONSE AFTER SUBCUTANEOUS (SC) GM-CSF ADMINISTRATION TO AIDS PATIENTS Henrivaux, P'; Fairon, Y2; 'C H St Joseph-Esperance; 2Private Contribution, Belgium PB0322 DHEA: A POTENTIAL TREATMENT FOR HIV DISEASE Hasheeve, D'Vorah; Salvato, P; Thompson, C; Houston Immuno Institute, USA PB0323 PREVENTION OF SEVERE NEUTROPENIA IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH INTERMITTENT, LOW-DOSE G-CSF (FILGRASTIM) Balbiano, R; Degioanni, M; Valle, M; Crivelli, P; Bordino, C; Mastinu, A; Biglino, A; ASTI, Italy PB0324 HUMAN RECOMBINANT ERYTROPOITEIN (r-Hu EPO) FOR TREATMENT OF ANEMIA IN HIV-INFECTED CHILDREN Caselli, D'; Maccabruni, A'; Fundara, C2; Portelli, E'; De Santis, U4; Gabiano, C'; Forni, GL'; 'IRCCS Policl San Matteo Univ; 2Univ Sacro Cuore Roma; 'Univ, Palermo; 4Osp Giovanni XXIII Bari, 'Osp Galliera Genova; 'University Torino, Italy PB0325 CONTRIBUTION OF INTRAVENOUS IMMUNOGLOBULINES (IVIG) THERAPY IN HIV INFECTED ADULTS Mars, ME; Quinson, AM; North, MO; Gallais, H; Hopital La Conception, France PB0326 EFFECT OF LONG TERM THERAPY WITH GLYCYRRHIZIN FOR HIV INFECTION IN A HEMOPHILIA PATIENT Imaizumi, M'; Goto, Y'; Tada, K'; Mori, K2; 'Tohoku Univ; 2Sendai Hematologic Clinic, Japan 125

Page  126 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0327 THALIDOMIDE FOR TREATMENT OF APHTHOUS ULCERS IN PATIENTS WITH HIV Ball, SC; Sepkowitz, KA; Jacobs, JL; New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, USA PB0328 CD4 COUNTS DURING TREATMENT OF HERPES SIMPLEX INFECTION IN HIV-1 INFECTED CHILDREN Fomin, J; Voronin, E; Rakhmanova, A; Popova, I; Medical Academy Postgraduate Education, Russia PB0329 USE OF GRANULOCYTE COLONY STIMULATING FACTOR (G-CSF) IN PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTIONS Miguelez, M; Laynez, P; Linarez, M; Romero, F; Rosquete, J; Antolin, J; Hospital de la Candelaria, Spain PB0O330 BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF INTRAVENOUS IMMUNOGLOBULINS (IVIG) IN THE TREATMENT OF ARC PATIENTS Saint-Marc, T; Berra, N; Perraud, P; Livrozet, J-M; Fournier, F; Touraine, J-L; Transplantation & Clinical Immunology Unit, Pay P, Hop France PB0O331 VALUE OF ANTIOXIDANTS & MICRONUTRIENTS IN HIV/AIDS TREATMENT Ssali, C; Mariandina AIDS Research Foundation, Uganda PB0332 RANDOMIZED COMPARISON OF GRANISETRON vs ONDANSETRON IN PATIENTS WITH HIV-RELATED MALIGNANT TUMORS RECEIVING MODERATELY EMETOGENIC CHEMOTHERAPY REGIMENS Spina, M; Fedele, P; Valentini, M; Vaccher, E; Errante, D; Tavio, M; Nasti, G; Bernardi, D; Polizzi, P; Tirelli, U; CRO, Italy PB0333 A PHYTOPHARMACEUTICAL WITH POTENTIAL FOR DELAYING HIV DISEASE PROGRESSION Sawyer, RC; Greenspan, H; Torigian, PC; Pharmakon USA, USA PB0334 INTENSIVE NON SPECIFIC IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR AIDS Cima, M'; Catapano, S; 'New York University School of Medicine; Immunologist USA PB0335 PASSIVE IMMUNOTHERAPY IN AIDS: RESULTS OF A DOUBLE BLIND RANDOMISED STUDY Lefrere, JJ'; Vittecoq, D2; French Passive Immunotherapy Study Group; 'INTS, Hop St-Antoine, 2Hop Paul-Brousse, France PB0336 SELECTIVE INHIBITION OF CTL AGAINST CD4S Grant, M; Gomez, A; Smaill, F; Muller, S; Kohler, H; Rosenthal, K; Immune Network Research, Canada PB0337 IMMUNOTHERAPY WITH rgpl60 (VAXSYN~), AND AZT, IN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Aiuti, F'; Pontesilli, O'; Guerra, El; Ricci, G'; Varani, AR'; Carlesimo, M'; Scala, E'; Mollicone, B'; Giovannetti, A'; Pandolfi, F'; Mezzaroma, I'; Ortona, L2; Antinori, A'; Tamburrini, E2; De Luca, A2; Ammassari, A2; Murri, R2; Damiano, F2; Visconti, E2; Pilsudski, R'; Gioud-Paquet M3; 'Univ of Rome "La Sapienza"; 2Inst of Infect. Diseases, Catholic Univ, Italy; 'Wyeth-Ayerst Research, France PB16: Detection of HIV Infection SALIVARY SCREENING FOR HIV IN MADRAS, INDIA Sankaran JR; Prabhakar K: Apollo Hospital, India PB0338 PB0339 WHAT IS THE REAL ADVANTAGE OF SALIVA COLLECTORS IN ANTI-HIV TESTING? Ubolyam, S'; Phanuphak, P'; Fang, C2'; 'Chulalongkorn Hospital Medical School, Thailand; 2Saliva Diagnostic System, Singapore PB0O340 DETECTION OF ANTIBODIES TO HIV-1 IN SALIVA Ichikawa, S'; Tsukano, K'; Ito, A2; Soda, K'; 'Yokohama City Univ,2Yokohama City Univ Hospital, JAPAN PB0O341 THE USE OF ORAL SAMPLES (CREVICULAR FLUID) TO DETECT HIV-1 PREVALENCE RATES Izazola-Licea, JA'; del Rio, C'; Guarner, J2; L6pez-Portillo, M'; 'CONASIDA (National AIDS Council); 'Instituto Nacional de Cancerologia; 'Corporacion Mtdica Mexicana, Mexico PB0342 STUDIES ON THE HIV-SPECIFIC IGA ANTIBODIES IN SERA AND SALIVA Yasuda, S'; Iwasaki, M'; Honda, M'; Oka, S'; Takemori, T'; Tsunetsugu-Yokota, Y'; 'NIH; 'BML, Inc; 3 Iustitute of Medical Science, Univ of Tokyo, Japan PB0343 USE OF AGGLUTINATION TEST FOR THE DETERMINATION OF SALIVARY HIV-1 ANTIBODIES Castillo, N; Barriga, AG; Hospital de Infectologia, Mexico PB0344 EVALUATION OF THE HIV ANTIBODY DETECTION IN ORAL FLUID FROM HIGH RISK SUBJECTS IN THAILAND Isarangura Na Ayuthaya, P'; Auwanit, W'; Lokett, R'; Songsomboon, S'; Bhumisawasdi, J'; 'Ministry of Public Health; 'Bangkok RIA Center, Thailand PB0345 SALIVA LEVELS OF HIV-1 ANTIBODIES DURING SERO-CONVERSION Sangare, KA'; Hofman, L'; 'Institute Pasteur de Cote D' Ivoire, France; 2Saliva Diagnostic Systems, Inc, USA 126

Page  127 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0346 SEARCHING FOR ANTI-VIH ANTIBODIES IN SALIVA SAMPLES Hurtado, LV; Andrade Arzabe, R; Camacho, M; Zegarra, L; Torrico, L; Von Poser, B; National Net Work of AIDS, Bolivia PB0347 SALIVA HIV TESTING AMONG HIGH-RISK GROUPS Vall M; Casabona, J; Rabella, N; De Miniac, D; Hosp Sant Pau Barcelona, Spain PB0348 ANTIGENS AND ANTIBODIES FOR HIV TYPE 1 IN SERUM, SALIVA AND GINGIVAL FLUID IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED DISEASE Ramos, J; Arce, AY; Santos, SI; Morones, MT; Mendoza, J; UANL, Monterrey, Mexico PB0349 SALIVA-BASED HIV TESTING IN THAILAND Frerichs, RR'; Silarug, N2; Eskes, N3; Pagcharoenpol, P2; Rodklai, A2; Thangsupachai, S2; Wongba, C2; 'UCLA, USA; 'Thailand Ministry of Public Health; 'SDS PB0O350 SALIVARY HIV ANTIBODY TESTING: IS IT ACCURATE? Cook, D'; King, AS2; Marion, SA2; Montaner, J2; Rekart, M'; Middleton, P'; O'Shaughnessy, M2; 2University of British Columbia; 'B C Centre for Diseases Control, Canada PB0351 EVALUATION OF SALIVA TEST IN HIV INFECTION IN ROSARIO, ARGENTINA Taborda, M; Fuster, L; de Rueda, M; Bortolozzi, R; Lupo, S; Fay, O; National University of Rosario, Argentina PB0352 SALIVA CAN SHOW SEROCONVERSION Sangare, KA; Koffi, AR; Ehouman, A; Pasteur Institute, Cote d'Ivoire PB0353 URINTEST FOR ANTI-HIV ANTIBODIES BASED ON SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES Sidorovitch, IG; Ignatieva, GA; Inst for Immunology, Russia PB0354 DIAGNOSIS OF HIV-1 INFECTION WITH URINE Hashinaka, K'; Hashida, S'; Saitoh, A2; Shinagawa, H'; Takamizawa, A3; Oka, S4; Shimada, K4; Ishikawa, El; 'Miyazaki Med College; 2Res Inst Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ; 'Res Found Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ; 4lnst Med Sci, Univ Tokyo, Japan PB0355 VALUE OF URINARY HIV ANTIBODY IN STAGING IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Vardinon, N; Yust, I; Yavorkovsky, E; Zeldis, I; Stanescu, R; Burke, M; Tel Aviv Medical Center, Israel PB0356 DETECTION OF HIV RNA AND DNA IN SALIVA BY RT-PCR AND PCR UNDER DIFFERENT CONDITIONS Ando, S'; Kakizawa, J2; Yamamoto, Y'; Saito, K2; Oka, 5'; Muller, WEG4; Ushijima, H"2; 'NIH, Japan; 'Inst of Public Health; 'University of Tokyo, Japan; 4Mainz, University Germany PB0357 DETECTION OF HIV-1 PROVIRAL DNA BY PCR USING AMPLICOR HIV-1 TEST KIT Suzuki, H'; Yoshihara, N'; Fukushima, K'; Honda, M'; Yamazaki, S'; Fukutake, K2; Meguro, T3; Yamada, K'; Oka, S4; AIDS Research Center, NIH,; 2Tokyo Medical College; 'St Marianna University School; 4The University of Tokyo; Japan PB0358 TARGETTING OF HIV-DNA BY PROBE DNA BEADS TO IMPROVE PCR SENSITIVITY Tano, H'; Fan, K'; Kitajima, M'; Kasai, K'; Hayashi, T2; Kondo, M2; Imai, M2; Japan Synthetic Rubber Co, Ltd; 2Kanagawa Prefectural Institute of Health, Japan PB0359 BELGIAN MULTICENTRE QUALITY CONTROL ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED PRIMER SETS FOR DIAGNOSTIC HIV-1 PCR Vandamme, AM'; Fransen, K2; Burtonboy, G'; Debaisieux, L4; Marissens, D'; Sprecher, S6; Vaira, D'; Verhofstede, C'; 'Rega Inst; 2'Inst of Tropical Med; 'Uiversitre Catholique de Louvain; "HOpital Universitaire Erasme; 'Universitair Ziekenhuis St Pieter; 'Institut Pasteur du Brabant; 'Centre Hospitalier Universitaire; "Universitaire Ziekenhuis, Belgium PB0O360 QUANTITATION OF HIV-1 PROVIRUSES IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES BY COMPETITIVE NESTED PCR Hiraishi, Y; Kato, S; Asakawa, M; Takano, T; Keio University School of Medicine, Japan PB0O361 SIMULTANEOUS ANALYSIS OF RETROVIRUSES BY PCR AND COHYBRIDIZATION Di Macco, E; Aebischer, ML; Angeloni, U; Civita, G; Giuliacci, S; Matarazzo, P; Angeloni, P; Italian Red Cross, Italy PB0362 USE OF A QUANTITATIVE PCR ASSAY FOR MEASUREMENT OF HIV RNA IN PLASMA DURING INFECTION AND SEROCONVERSION Herman, S; Frenkl, T; Mulder, J; Payne, H; Wang, Z; Spadoro, J; Roche Molecular Systems, USA PB0363 NASBA HIV-1 RNA AMPLIFICATION COMPARED TO HIV-1 RNA-PCR ON PLASMA OR SERUM SAMPLES: A BELGIAN FIELD EVALUATION Vandamme, A-M'; Van Dooren, S'; Kok, W2; Goubau, P'; Fransen, K'; Kievits, T2; Desmyter, J'; 'Rega Inst, Belgium; 2Organon Teknika, The Netherlands; 3Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium PB0364 VIRION HIV RNA IN PLASMA DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE PLATELET ASSOCIATED Holodniy, M'; Mole, L'; Carroll, R2; Todd, J'; 'VA Medical Center; 2Syracuse Research Group, 'Chiron Corporation, USA 127

Page  128 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0365 QUANTITATION OF SERUM HIV-RNA USING MRT-PCR Tsukada, K'; Katayama, K'; Meguro, T2; Taki, M2; Itoh, H2; Yamada, K2; Oya, A'; 'BML Inc; 2St Marianna Univ School of Medicine, Japan PB0366 QUANTITATION AND PREVALENCE OF HIV RNA IN JAPANESE HIV CARRIERS AND AIDS PATIENTS Ohno, T'; Hayashi, T'; Saito, T'; Ito, A2; Nagao, T3; Akagi, K3; Imai, M'; 'Kanagawa Pref Inst of Health; 2Yokohama City Univ; 'Kanagawa Children's Med Center, Japan PB0367 HIV 1 SPECIFIC LTR-AND GAG-SEQUENCES WITH ESSENTIAL DEFECTS IN SERONEGATIVE INJECTING DRUG USERS Dennin, RH'; Chen, Z2; Meiftner, Ch'; 'Institut fur Medizinische Mikrobiologie; 'Zhejiang Medical University, China; 'Medizinische Universitt zu Lubeck; FRG PB0368 ANTIBODIES TO HIV-1 NEF (P27) ON THE DIFFERENT STAGES OF HIV INFECTION Vlassov, N; Noskova, O; Smolskaya, T; St Petersburg Pasteur Institute, Russia PB0369 SELECTION OF APPROPRIATE STRATEGIES FOR HIV TESTING Vercauteren, Gaby; van der Groen, G; Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium PBO370 SEROREVERSION IN PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE HIV DISEASE Gutierrez, M; Soriano, V; Bravo, R; Vallejo, A; Gonzilez-Lahoz, J; Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain PBO371 COMPARISON OF SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF ACID DISSOCIATED AND REGULAR HIV P24 ANTIGEN ASSAYS Hofheinz, D; Toedter, G; Coulter Immunology, USA PB0372 CLINICAL EVALUATION OF THE ABBOTT HIV AG-1 MONOCLONAL EIA WITH AND WITHOUT IMMUNE COMPLEX DISRUPTION (ICD) ON A PANEL OF ASYMPTOMATIC HIV-1 SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS Cunningham, PH; Carr, AD; Nichols, D; Penny, R; Cooper, DA; St Vincent's Hospital, Australia; Abbott Diagnostics Division, USA PB0373 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF P24 ANTIGEN CAPTURE ASSAYS IN HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-1 (HIV) SEROPOSITIVES Gotoh, M; Matsuda, J; Gohchi, K; Tsukamoto, M; Saitoh, N; Teikyo Univ School of Medicine, Japan PB0374 p24 IN SERUM FROM HIV-1 SEROPOSITIVES Hashida, 5'; Hashinaka, K'; Nishikata, I'; Oka, 52; Shimada, K'; Saitoh, A'; Shinagawa, H'; Takamizawa, A4; Ishikawa, E'; 'Miyazaki Med College; 'Inst Med Sci Univ Tokyo; 'Res Inst Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ; 4Res Found Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ, Japan PB0375 HIV-1 P24 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND STANDARDISATION OF ENZYME IMMUNO ASSAYS Best, SJ; Healey, DS; Silvester, C; Dax, EM; National HIV Reference Laboratory, Fairfield Hospital, Australia PB0376 PERFORMANCE OF A NEW COMMERCIAL TEST TO MEASURE HIV P24 ANTIGEN UTILIZING ACID DISSOCIATION Sherlock, CH; Karakas, L; Craib, K JP; BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PB0377 CELL-ASSOCIATED AND EXTRACELLULAR HIV-1 ANTIGENS: VARIATIONS IN SEROLOGIC ENZYME-IMMUNO ASSAYS (EIAs) Troshev, O; Argirova, R; Central AIDS Lab, Bulgaria PB0378 HIV ANTIBODIES & P24 ANTIGEN REVEALED IN SERONEGATIVE BLOOD DONORS VIA MITOGEN STIMULATION IN VITRO Jehuda-Cohen, T; Mumo, J; Bwayo, J; Ndungu, PT; Kiama, N; Faculty of Medicine, Technion, Israel PB0379 SEVERAL CD4/CD8 RATIO VALUES IN HIV-INFECTED CHILDREN WITH NEGATIVE-, OR POSITIVE-P24-ANTIGENAEMIA Voiculescu, C; Avramescu, C; Balasoiu, M; Faculty of Medicine, Craiova, Romania PB0380 PREVALENCE OF P24 ANTIGEN IN A SHOCK TRAUMA POPULATION Constantine, NT; Abesamis, C; Bansal, J; Preas, MA; Caplan, E; Univ of Maryland Sch of Med, USA PB0381 CLINICAL EVALUATION OF AN AUTOMATED ASSAY (VIDAS, BIOMERIEUX) FOR DETERMINATION OF P24 ANTIGENEMIA Barin, F'; Buzelay, L'; Vernet, G2; Goudeau, A'; 'Lab Virologie, CHRU Bretonneau, 2bioMerieux, France PB0382 CROSS REACTIVITY OF THE HTLV-I, HTLV-II, HIV-1 POSITIVE SERA WITH HETEROLOGOUS SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES Rasulee, A; Rasulee, S; Klepikov, N; Andreev, S; Mescheryakova, D; Tarasova, S; Gurtsevitch, V; Co-operative BIOLAM, Cancer Research Center, Russia PB0383 DETECTION OF ANTIBODY TO HIV 1 & 2 IN BLOOD DONORS Prabhakar K; Apollo Hospitals, India PB0384 CONFIRMATORY DIAGNOSIS OF HIV-2 ANTIBODIES EVALUATION OF A WESTERN BLOT Cruz, O; Perez, MT; Lobaina, L; Noa, B; Diaz, H; AIDS Research Laboratory, Cuba PB0385 DETECTION OF HIV-2 ANTIBODIES IN SALIVA Fang, C; Hofman, L; Lugalia, L; Saliva Diagnostic Systems, Inc, USA 128

Page  129 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0386 SAMPLE ADDITION MONITOR GIVES IMPROVED SAFETY OF BLOOD SUPPLY WITH WELLCOZYME HIV 1+2 ASSAY Povey, J; Beckford, U; Rayment, F; Evans, CJ; Murex Diagnostics Ltd, UK PB0387 PERFORMANCE OF THE RED-DOT HIV 1 & 2 ASSAY Abdel-Hamid, M; Constantine, NT; University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA PB0388 DETECTION OF HIV-1 AND HIV-2 ANTIBODIES USING A NEWLY DEVELOPED HIV-1 AND HIV-2 COMBINED PASSIVE HEMAGGLUTINATION ASSAY Jyomura, S; Dainabot Co, Ltd, Japan PB0389 A SPECIFICITY EVALUATION OF A HIV-1/HIV-2 IMMUNOASSAY ON A RANDOM ACCESS AUTOMATED ANALYZER Hall-Steele, G; Nehmadi, F; Reichert, H; Kewin, D; Phelps, B; Abbott Labs, USA PB0390 CROSS-REACTIVITY OF PARTICLE AGGLUTINATION TEST FOR ANTIBODY TO HIV-2 Handa, N; Maeda, Y; Kato, M; Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital, Japan PB0391 AN IN VITRO QUALITATIVE ASSAY FOR THE DETECTION OF ANTIBODIES TO HIV TYPE 1/2 CONTAINED IN HUMAN SALIVA Chakrabarti, T; Mukherjee, K; Majumder, K; Paul, S; Chakrabarty, MS; School of Tropical Medicine, India PB0392 EVALUATION OF HIV-1/HIV-2 ANTIBODY TESTS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Liomba, G'; Maskill, W; Belsey, E'; Gershy-Damet, G'; M' Boup, S4; Wasi, C'; Fairfield Hospital, Australia; 'WHO, Switzerland; 2'Inst Pasteur, Cote d'Ivoir; 'National AIDS Control Programme, Malawi; 4Univ of Dakar, Senagal; 'Mahidol University, Thailand PB0393 DETECTION OF COMBINATION-TYPE PARTICLE AGGLUTINATION ASSAY FOR DETECTION OF HIV-1 AND HIV-2 ANTIBODIES Nishimura, Y; Nakamura, K; Kido, K; Matsui, T; Miyakoshi, H; Fujino, R; FUJIREBIO Inc, Japan PB0394 DIFFERENTIATION OF HIV-1 INFECTION CROSS REACTING WITH HIV-2 FROM REAL HIV-1 AND HIV-2 DOUBLE INFECTION BY SEROLOGICAL ABSORPTION TEST Hayashi, T'; Kondo, M'; Saito, T'; Hayami, M2; Nishioka, K'; Imai, M'; 'Kanagawa Prefectural Institute of Health; 'Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto Univ; 'The Viral Hepatitis Research Foundation, Japan PB0395 COMPARATIVE CLINICAL EVALUATION OF AN ANTI-HIV 1+2 3 GEN EIA WITH A HIV ANTIGEN EIA IN SEROCONVERSION PHASE Faatz, E; Melchior, W; Hess, G; Jilek, F; Babiel, R; Boehringer Mannheim GmbH, Germany PB0396 QUALITY ASSURANCE IN LITHUANIAN LABORATORIES DETECTING HIV ANTIBODIES Griskevicius, A; Milinaviciute, R; Caplinskas, S; AIDS Centre of Lithuania, Lithuania PB0397 EVALUATION OF VIRONOSTIKA HIV UNI-FORM II EIA, A THIRD GENERATION ASSAY Vercauteren, G; Mangelschots, M; van der Groen, G; Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium PB0398 QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) IN DOMINICAN LABORATORIES DOING HIV TESTING Koenig, RE'; Malla, A'; Butler, M2; 'National Laboratory of Public Health'; 'AIDSCAP/FHI, Dominican Republic PB0399 REDUCTION OF FALSE POSITIVE REACTION BY A COMBINATION ASSAY OF TWO DIFFERENT TEST PRINCIPLES (EIA AND PA) FOR HIV ANTIBODY SCREENING Imai, M; Hayashi, T; Kondo, M; Saito, T; Suzuki, K'; Sugimoto, K2; Kihara, M'; Nojiri, N4; Juji, T4; Nisihioka, K'; Kanagawa Pref Inst of Health; 'Health Science Res Inst; 2Koto Inst of Microbiology; 'Kanagawa Pref Cancer Ctr; 'Japanese Red Cross Central Blood Ctr; 'The Viral Hepatitis Research Foundation, Japan PB0400 FIELD ASSESSMENT OF HIV ANTIBODY TESTING STRATEGIES NOT REQUIRING THE WESTERN BLOT Tamashiro, H'; Maskill, W2; Belsey, E'; Wasi, C'; M'Boup, S4; Gershy-Damet, G'; Liomba, G6; 'WHO, Geneva, Switzerland; 'Fairfield Hospital, Australia; 'Mahidol University, Thailand; 4Univ. of Dakar, Senegal; 'Inst Pasteur, Cote d'Ivoire; 'National AIDS Control Programme, Marawi PB0401 FIELD COMPARISON OF LINE-IMMUNOASSAYS WITH WESTERN BLOT Maskill, W'; Tamashiro, H2; Belsey, E2; M'Boup, S'; Wasi, C4; Liomba, G'; Gershy-Damet, G6; 'Fairfield University, Australia; 2WHO, Geneva, Switzerland; 'Univ of Dakar Senegal; 4Mahidol Univ, Thailand; 'National AIDS Control Programme, Marawi; 6Inst Pasteur, Cote d'Ivoire PB0402 WESTERN-BLOT - DOES IT REALLY HELP AS A CONFIRMATORY TEST IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY? Buchalter, M; Schneider, EZ; Nottar, VL; Barcellos, NT; Ramos, MC; Ferreira, JT; Balsan, AM; Willers, DM; Goncalves, JE; Mondini, LG; Becker, FF; Escobar, LR; Torres, MC; IPB-SSDT/AIDS-Rio Grande Do Sul State Health Secretariat, Brazil PB0403 IS INDETERMINATE WESTERN BLOT IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS CAUSED BY MULTIPLE TRANSFUSIONS? Yust, I; Vardinon, N; Katz, O; Burke, M; Tel Aviv Medical Center, Israel 129

Page  130 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0404 CONFIRMATORY TESTS FOR HIV DETECTION CONSTRUCTED IN LATVIA Svirska, R; Konicheva, V; Line, I; Ose, V; Meldrajs, J; BMC University of Latvia, Latvia PB0405 AN APPROACH TO MONITOR VIABLE HIV-1: (II) NON-ISOTOPIC MICROTITER PLATE REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE ASSAY FOR DRUG SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CLINICAL HIV ISOLATES Saito, T'; Suzuki, K2; Takahashi, T2; Kano, K2; Kondo, M'; Hayashi, T'; Imai, M'; 'Kanagawa Prefectural Institute of Health; 2Olympus Co, Japan PB0406 IMPROVING COMPLIANCE WITH GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTION OF RESPIRATORY DISEASE WITHIN A COHORT OF GAY MEN Carlos, Z; Montaner, JSG; Phillips, P; Craib, KJP; Strathdee, SA; Schechter Martin, T; O'Shaughnessy, MV; BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, NHRDP, Canada PB0407 APPROACHES TO THE CREATION OF ANTIBODY TO HIV-1 REFERENCE PANEL FOR QUATITIVE ESTIMATION OF ENZYME IMMUNOASSAY DIAGNOSTIC KITS Kanev, AN; Gutova EA; Vorobyova, MS; Lomanova GA; Shalaev FY; Institute of Molecular Biology, Russia PB0408 EVALUATION OF CAMBRIDGE BIOTECH WESTERN BLOT KIT Senyonga, P; Kataaha; Nakasero Blood Bank, Uganda PB0409 ANTI-HIV-1 KITS INTER- AND INTRALOT PERFORMANCE EVALUATION Ueda, M; Oliveira, CAF; Yamashiro, R; Instituto Adolfo Lutz (IAL); Secretary of Health of Sao Paulo, Brazil PB0410 HIV ANTIBODY RESPONSES DETERMINED BY THE ELISA SANDWICH CAPTURE ASSAY USING RECOMBINANT GLUTATHIONE-S-TRANSFERASE-FUSED ANTIGENS Tachibana, Y1,2; Yamauchi, Y'; Sairenji, T'; Takahashi, H'; Kurata, T'; Kojima, A'; 'National Inst of Health; 2Nippon Zeon Co, Ltd, Japan PB0411 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RESULTS OBTAINED BY ELISA IN DETECTING ANTI-HIV ANTIBODIES IN HUMAN SERUM USING VARIOUS KITS Negut, E; Mazilu, E; Butur, D; Balteanu, M; Ciufecu, C; Vrinceanu, L; Cantacuzino Institute, Romania PB0412 EVALUATION OF A PARTICLE AGGLUTINATION ASSAY FOR DETECTION OF HIV-1 ANTIBODIES Ferreira, LAP'; Ferreira, JAPS2; Berro, OJ'; Sykora, R'; Shimauchi, A4; Fujino, R4; 'Nacional Program of STD/AIDS; 2Biomanguinhos/FIOCRUZ/RJ; 'Noel Nutels Laboratory; 4Fujirebio Inc PB0413 EVALUATION OF A RAPID AND SIMPLE HIV-1 ASSAY Zhang, X; Constantine, NT; Univ of Maryland Sch of Med, USA PB0414 AUTOMATED CHEMILUMINESCENCE ASSAY FOR THE DETECTION OF ANTIBODY TO HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS TYPE-1 (HIV) IN SERUM AND WHOLE BLOOD Matsuda, J'; Tsukamoto, M'; Saitoh, N'; Gohchi, K'; Gotoh, M'; Kawamoto, M2; Takizawa, N2; 'Teikyo Univ School of Medicine; 2Iatron Inc, Japan PB0415 EVALUATION OF 7 SIMPLE/RAPID HIV ANTIBODY ASSAYS USING SEROCONVERSION PANELS Vercauteren, G'; Beelaert, G'; Belsey, E2; Constantine, N2; van der Groen, G'; Tamashiro, H2; 'Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium; 2WHO/GPA, Geneva, Swizerland PB0416 THE CORRELATION BETWEEN HIV SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE-BASED ELISA SENSITIVITY AND PEPTIDE CONFORMATION Nikolaeva, I; Sidorovitch, IG; Khaitov, RM; Andreev, SM; Prokopenko, VD; Tarasova, SO; Denisova, SK; Institute of Immunology, Russia PB0417 SIMPLE AND SENSITIVE DETECTION OF ANTIBODIES TO HIV-1 USING CHEMILUMINESCENT IMMUNOCHROMATOGRAPHY Hasegawa, A; Andoh, A; Kawabata, K; Ashihara, Y; Fujirebio Inc, Japan PB0418 EVALUATION OF PEPTIDE-BASED HIV ELISA KITS Nishimura, H'; Watanabe, T'; Hirakawa, H'; Kageyama, S2; Kurimura, T2; 'Nippon Shoji, Ltd; 2Res Inst Microbial Diseases, Osaka Univ, Japan PB0419 WHO COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF 21 COMMERCIAL SIMPLE/ RAPID HIV ANTIBODY ASSAYS Vercauteren, G'; Beelaert, G'; Van kerckhoven, I'; van der Groen, G'; Tamashiro, H2; 'Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium; 2WHO/GPA, Geneva, Switzerland PB0420 CLINICAL EVALUATION OF EMPYREAN'S SIMPLE & RAPID HIV-1 TEST Akerkar, A; Medical Device Inspection Company, Inc, USA PB0421 A FAST, SIMPLE AND VISUAL HIV ANTIBODY TEST IN ZAMBIAN SERA/PLASMA Musonda, RM; Kaetano, L; Chizu, C; Mluanda, F; Tropical Diseases Research, Zambia PB0422 PRESENCE OF HIV IgM IN EARLY SEROCONVERSION AND IN THE PHASE OF INFECTION Hellings JA; v Binsbergen J; Trines, C; Organon Teknika, The Netherlands PB0423 PURIFICATION, PROCESSING, AND DIAGNOSTIC USE OF THE HIV-1 GAG GENE PRODUCTS EXPRESSED IN ESCHERICHIA COLI Shinagawa, H'; Saitoh, A'; Morimoto, M2; Nakata, A'; 'Res Inst Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ, Suita; 2Osaka Prefec Inst Public Health, Japan 130

Page  131 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0424 A NEWLY-DEVELOPED IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE ASSAY FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION OF ANTIBODIES TO HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS TYPE 1 AND TYPE 2 Tanabe-Tochikura, A',2; Singh, MTA'; Tsuchie, H'; Zhang, J'; Mattunda, SM'; Paladin, FJE'; Kurimura, T'; 'Res Inst For Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ; 2'Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention, Japan; 'Research Inst for Tropical Medicine, Philippines PB0425 LACK OF HUNDRED PERCENT SENSITIVITY OF ELISA IN INDIAN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Sehgal, Shobha; PGIMER, India PB0426 IgA AND IgM ANTIBODY CAPTURE GELATIN PARTICLE ADSORPTION TEST FOR ANTI-HIV Petchclai, B; Khupulsup, K; Warachit, P; etal; Mahidol University, Virus Research Inst, Chiengrai Hosp, Thailand PB0427 CORRELATION BETWEEN BORDERLINE RESULTS OF ELISA AND THE CLINICAL STATUS AT KINSHASA, ZAIRE Kashamuka, M; Mbala, S; Mama, A; Kambembo, L; Nzila, N; Projet SIDA, Zaire PB0428 INTERACTION OF HIV-1 PROTEINS WITH ANTIBODIES ON THE SURFACE OF LATEX PARTICLES Manykin, AA; Krylov AS; Efremova EV; Institute of Virology, Russia PB0429 COST EFFECTIVENESS OF DIFFERENT CONFIRMATORY HIV TESTING SCHEDULES IN COLOMBIA Boshell, J; Gonzalez, M; Rey, E; Rojas, MC; Marrugo, S; Instituto Nacional de Salud, Colombia PB0430 NEW FAST LOW-COST METHOD OF HIV DIAGNOSTICS BASED ON CARBON-CONJUGATED ANTIGENS Shevalier, A'; Mikhailov, M'; Nikolaeva, 12; Turchinsky, M'; 'Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry; 'Institute of Immunology, Russia PB0431 RAPID SCREENING TESTS FOR HIV Sciandra, M; Brusa, T; Lingua, A; Sinicco, A; Inst of Infect Dis, Univ of Turin, Italy PB0432 THE VALIDITY OF IMPLEMENTING BLOOD DONOR SELF-DEFERRAL FORM IN NORTHEAST THAILAND Urwijitaroon, Y; Barusrux, S; Puapairoj, C; Romphruk, A; Kumratana, R; Pakote, L; Sinkuakul, Y; Khon Kaen University, Thailand PB0433 HIV POSITIVITY IN DONATED BLOODS SCREENED NEGATIVE FOR HIV ANTIBODY THAILAND, 1993 Auwanit, W'; Tanprasert, 52; Bhumisawadi, J'; Wasi, C'; 'Ministry of Public Health; 2National Blood Transfusion Center, Thai Red Cross; 'Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand PB0434 HIV SURVEILANCE AND BLOOD DONOR SCREENING IN ZIMBABWE Chitsva, J; The Institute of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe PB0435 IMPLEMENTATION OF QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAMME FOR HIV SCREENING IN BLOOD TRANSFUSION CENTRES Kumar, ND; Sharma, A; Madan, N; University College of Medical Sciences, India PB0436 TESTING POOLED SERA FOR HIV ANTIBODIES Torimiro, JN; Ashu, FA; Lobe, VE; Ndumbe, PM; Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Cameroon PB0437 HIV1/HIV2 EIA SERONEGATIVITY IN HIV1 SUBTYPE 0 INFECTED PATIENTS IN FRANCE Ly, TD'; Lousset-Ajaka, I2; Chaix, ML'; Saragosti, S3'; Brun-Vesinet, F2; Simon, F2; 'Institut Alfred Fournier; 2Hopital Bichat; 'ICGM INSERM U363, France PB0438 POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS OF AN HIV-1 PCR PROCEDURE IN A DIAGNOSTIC TESTING LABORATORY ALGORITHM-RESULTS OF A PROSPECTIVE STUDY Fearon, M'; Galli, R'; Major, C'; Read, S2; Gomez, P'; 'Ontario Ministry of Health Laboratory, Canada; 2Hospital for Sick Children, Canada; 'Princess Margaret Hospital, Bahamas PB23: Pediatric PB0439 HIV VERTICAL TRANSMISSION IN BUENOS AIRES: FOLLOW-UP Laube, G; Caniizal, AM; Zarwanitzer, S; Hirsch, R; Sosa, CE; Benetucci, J; FUNDAI y Pediatria, H Mutiz, Argentina PB0440 POOR PREGNANT WOMEN AND HIV-1 INFECTION: MATERNAL PROGNOSIS IN A BRAZILIAN COMMUNITY Duarte, G; Quintana, SM; Gir, E; Marana, HRC; Mussi-Pinhata, MM; University of Sao Paulo, Brazil PBO0441 SEROPREVALENCE OF HIV INFECTED CHILDREN WITH SICKLE CELL ANEMIA Lukuni, ML; Binda, P; Mbensa, L; Pediatrie Cliniques Universitaires, Zaire PB0442 ARTERIOPATHY IN CHILDREN WITH AIDS Lanjewar, DN; Maheshwari, MB; Grant Medical College, India PB0443 HIV TESTING SEXUALLY ABUSED CHILDREN: REDUCING UNCERTAIN CLINICAL DECISION-MAKING Durfee, M'; Gellert, GA2; MillwoodVA'; Berkowitz, C'; 'LA Dept Health; 2Project HOPE; 'UCLA Med Ctr, USA 131

Page  132 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0444 HEMATOLOGIC ABNORMALITIES IN HIV NONVERTICALLY INFECTED CHILDREN Strauss, I; Marcu, M; Marin, C; Colentina Hospital, Romania PB0445 TUBERCULOSIS IN BRAZILIAN HIV-INFECTED CHILDREN REPORT 10 CASES Hamamoto, LA; Sato, H; Sakane, PT; Kamikawa, J; Costa, PSS; Biodillo, TA; Marques, HHS; Univ Sao Paulo, Brazil PB0446 CRYPTOCOCCOSIS IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN Valada, MG; Nunes, C; Jacob, CMA; Del Negro, G; Marques, HHS; Grumach, AS; Aquino, MZ; Univ Sao Paulo, Brazil PB0447 HIV IgA IMMUNOBLOT AS A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL IN PEDIATRICS Deluchi, G; Caflizal, AM; Zarwanitzer, S; Hirsch, R; Sosa, CE; Benetucci, J; Laboratorio Retrovirus FUNDAI y Pediatria H Munfiz, Argentina PB0448 EFFICACY OF HIV ANTIGEN ACID DISOCIATION IN PEDIATRIC AIDS Canizal, A; Zarwanitzer, S; Benetucci, J; Laube, G; Rubinstein, E; Sosa, CE; Laboratorio de Retrovirus, FUNDAI y Pediatria, H Munfiz, Argentina PB0449 NEONATAL DIAGNOSIS OF PERINATAL HIV-1 INFECTION: THE USE OF POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION IN BRAZILIAN INFANTS Mussi-Pinhata, MM; Feres, MC; Covas, DT; Duarte, G; Isaac, ML; Univ of Sao Paulo, Brazil PB0O450 DIAGNOSIS OF PERINATALLY ACQUIRED HIV-1 INFECTION BY IgA EIA TEST Liberatore, D; Avila, M; Calarota, S; Libonatti, O; Martinez Peralta, L; National Reference Centre for AIDS, Argentina PB0O451 LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS OF HIV INFECTION IN CHILDREN BORN TO HIV WOMEN IN CHILE Mufloz, G; Ramirez, E; Ojeda, M; Child, R; National Comission of AIDS, Chile; National Reference Lab of AIDS, Chile PB0452 CLINICAL MARKERS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PERINATAL HIV INFECTION Arabe, J; Rubini, NPM; Guimaraes, MDC; Crasto, MCV; Sion, FS; Morais-de-Sa CA; Univ of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PB0453 PERSISTING CD4 IMMUNOSUPPRESSION AMONG NON-INFECTED CHILDREN BORN TO HIV + MOTHERS Lapointe, N; Charest, J; Samson, J; Boucher, M; Hankins, C; Delage, G; Fauvel, M; Hopital Ste-Justine, Canada PB0454 PAEDIATRIC HIV DIAGNOSIS IN THE MALAYSIAN CONTEXT Sinniah, M; et al; Institute For Medical Research, Malaysia PB0455 HIV-SPECIFIC IgG3 FOR EARLY DETECTION OF UNINIFECTED CHILDREN BORN TO HIV-INFECTED MOTHERS Caselli, D'; Maccabruni, A'; Marconi, M'; Pasinetti, G2; Stronati, M'; Bossi, G'; Arico, M'; 'University of Pavia; 2IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo & Neonatology OSP Riuniti, Italy PB0456 OUR EXPERIENCE IN DIAGNOSIS AND FOLLOWING OF HIV INFECTED CHILDREN ON A 4 YEARS TIME Costa, R; Serban, M; Cucuruz, M; Lesovici, M; Jena-riu, S; 1st Clinic of Pediatric, Romania PB0457 ORAL MANIFESTATION AND DENTAL TREATMENT OF A PATIENT OF MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV Kubodera, T; Ikeda, M; Banba, S; Inoue, Y; Kanagawa Children's Medical Center, Japan PB0458 AIDS IN ODONTOLOGIC PEDIATRICS: DIAGNOSTIC DEFINITION Teles, G; Perez, MA; Souza, I; Ferreira, S; Oliveira, R; Fonseca, R; Bastos, G; Dental School, NESC, IPPMG, Brazil PB0459 ODONTOLOGIC PEDIATRICS: AIDS MOST RELEVANT ORAL LESIONS Ronan, F; Perez, MA; Souza, I; Ferreira, S; Oliveira, R; Teles, G; Henriques, M; Dental School, NESC, IPPMG, Brazil PB0460 ORAL PATHOLOGY IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION Sacco, R'; Startari, R2; Arosio, A2; Simoni, L'; Mannucci, PM'; 'Istituto Stomatologico Italiano; 21 Clinica Pediatrica, University of Milan; 'A Bianchi Bonomi Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center, University of Milan; Italy PB0461 ORAL PATHOLOGY IN PEDIATRIC HIV+ PATIENTS IN ARGENTINA Coll, P; Casariego, Z; Luccarini, M; Lattner, J; Cahn, P; Hospital Fernandez, Argentina PB0462 PAROTID SWELLING IN CHILDREN WITH HIV INFECTION Tucci, F; Castelli, G; Bottero, S; Scaccia, S; Livadiotti, S; Bernardi, S; Krzysztofiak, A; Mattia, S; Elia, L; Bambino Gest Children Hospital, Italy PB0463 HIV INFECTION IN CHILDREN: MUCOCUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS El Hakem, M; Castelli, G; Pianosi, G; Krzysztofiak, A; Livadiotti, S; Ferri, M; Bambino Gesi) Children Hospital, Italy 132

Page  133 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0464 ENTERIC PATHOGENS IN POSTMORTEM TISSUE OF PEDIATRIC HIV PATIENTS Ramos, AG; Wu, TC; Saavedra, JM; Bobo, LD; Livingston, RA; Perman, JA; Yolken, RH; Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA PB0465 STATE OF VEGETATIVE NERVOUS SYSTEM IN CHILDREN WITH HIV-INFECTION Simovanjan, EN; Kolodyazhnaya, NM; Stadnikova, LA; Medical Institute, Russia PB0466 NEUROLOGICAL MANIFESTATION IN PARENTERALLY HIV-1 INFECTED CHILDREN IN RUSSIA Rakhmanova, A; Fomin, J; Chernykh, M; Popova, I; Burova, N; Fomina, M; Russian Clinical HIV-AIDS Center, Russia PB0467 NEUROLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF HIV INFECTION-AIDS IN CHILDREN Matusa, R'; Ilie, M'; Cernescu, C'; Borcea, A2; Marinescu, S'; 'Municipal Hospital, Constanta; 2Virology Institute, Romania PB0468 MENINGOCOCCAL MENINGITIS IN HIV NONVERTICALLY INFECTED CHILDREN Strauss, I; Iagaru, R; Pascu, G; Colentina Hospital, Romania PB0469 MACROPHAGES' FUNCTION IN THE TREATMENT OF HIV 1 INFECTED CHILDREN Sizyakina, LP; Chernyshov, VN; Simovanian, EN; Shemshura, AB; Denisenko, VB; Medical Institute, Russia PB0O470 CLINICAL OUTCOME OF HIV INFECTION IN CHILDREN AND SURVIVAL DUE TO EARLY TREATMENT BY RETROVIR Rakhmanova, A; Fomin, Y; Chernykh, M; Popova, I; Voronin, E; Vlasov, N; Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Russia PB0O471 ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN WITH PROTEINURIA Binda Ki Muaka, P; Mbensa-Massabi, L; Cliniques Universitaires, Zaire PB0472 PAEDIATRIC EUROPEAN NETWORK FOR TREATMENT OF AIDS (PENTA) Grosch-Woerner, I; Castelli, G; Rosado, L; Debre, M; Gibb, DM; PENTA Steering Committee, Germany PB0473 PENTAMIDINE PHARMACOKINETICS IN A NEONATE AND HIS MOTHER WITH AIDS Schwebke Kay'; Fletcher, C2; Acousta, E'; Henry, K'; 'St Paul-Ramsey Medical Center; 2Univ of Minn, Mpls, USA PB0474 MATERNAL-INFANT TRANSMISSION OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS AND HIV INFECTION Maccabruni, A; Bossi, G; Caselli, D; Mondelli, M; Cerino, A; Silini, E; IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo, Italy PB0475 MATERNAL RISK FACTORS IN HIV VERTICAL TRANSMISSION Maccabruni, A; Caselli, D; Bossi, G; Calderon, W; Degioanni, M; Gatti, M; Comolli, G; IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo, Italy PB0476 EARLY DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS OF HIV INFECTION IN INFANTS BORN TO HIV SEROPOSITIVE MOTHERS Wasi, C; Suporn, F; Sutthent, R; Likanonsakul, S; Louisirirotchanakul, S; Chearskul, S; Thongcharoen, P; Siriraj Hospital, Thailand PB0477 USEFULNESS OF INDIRECT ENZYME IMMUNOASSAY FOR DIAGNOSIS OF CHLAMYDIAL INFECTIONS IN INFANTS Yamazaki, T'; Nozomu, S'; Honda, A2; Nakada, H2; 'Saitama Medical School; 2Asahi General Hospital, Japan PB0478 IS REGIONAL ANESTHESIA SAFE FOR THE HIV+ PARTURIENT? Dattel, BJ; Steve, W; Coltrin, D; Rubio, T; Eastern Virginia Medical School, USA PB0479 HIV INFECTION IN CHILDREN: MUCOCUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS El Hachem, M; Castelli, G; Pianosi, G; Krzysztofiak, A; Livadiotti, S; Ferri, M; Bambino Gesti Children Hospital, IRCCS, Italy PB0480 BEHAVIOURAL ASSESSMENT INCLUDING NEURO-DEVELOPMENTAL AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS OF HIV SEROPOSITIVE/AIDS CHILDREN Khan, MA; National AIDS Research Institute (ICMR), India PB20: STD (1) PB0481 EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVENESS OF TREATING VARIOUS FORM OF SYPHILIS IN HIV-INFECTION WITH LARGE DOSES OF INTRAMUSEULAR BENZYLPENICILLIN Gruzdev, BM; Potekaev, SN; Potekaev, NS; Moscow AIDS Clinical Centre, Sechenov Medikal Academy Russia PB0482 PECULIARITIES OF CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS AND COURSE OF SYPHILIS IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Potekayev, N; Potekayev, S; Gruzdev, B; Specialized Research Laboratory for AIDS Epidemiology and Prevention, Russia PB0483 OPTIC NEURITIS IN SYPHILIS Gangaram, HB; May, KN2; S'ng, KH'; 'Hospital Kuala Lumpur; 'University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia 133

Page  134 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0484 HIV/AIDS: CONCURRENT NEUROSYPHILIS PAZ, RB; PALHARES, MCA Ueda, M; Instituto Adolfo Lutz Group, Brazil PB0485 AIDS AND SYPHILIS-AN ANALYSIS OF 129 HIV+PATIENTS Pavan, MH P; Fornazieri, ME; Abreu, WB; Lima, JN; Monteiro, DT; Aoki, FH; St Univ of Campinas, Brazil PB0486 HIV & HEPATITIS B (HBV) IN WOMEN - A RETROSPECTIVE CHART REVIEW Keohane, DJ; Flanigan, T; Feller, E; Carpenter, C; The Miriam Hospital-Brown Univ, USA PB0487 CORRELATION OF HIV INFECTION WITH HEPATITIS B AND SYPHILIS Mittal, A; Kapur, S; Institute of Pathology-ICMR, India PB0488 HIGH CUMULATIVE INCIDENCE OF GENITAL HERPES AMONGST HIV-1 SEROPOSITIVE HETEROSEXUALS IN SOUTH LONDON O'Farrell, N; Tovey, SJ; Lloyd Clinic, Guy's Hospital, UK PB0489 VAGINAL FLUID COLLECTED WITH OMNI-SAL COLLECTION DEVICE AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO SERUM FOR IMMUNODIAGNOSIS Singh, N; Singh, S; All India Inst of Medical Sciences, India PB0490 TRAINING PROPOSAL FOR FEMALE COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA: A CONTEXTUAL APPROACH IN STD/ AIDS PREVENTION Sedyaningsih, ER; MOH Indonesia PB0491 SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF ZIDOVUDINE (AZT) AND SHO-SAIKO-TO (SST) A TRADITIONAL KAMPO DRUG ON HIV REPLICATION IN LYMPHOCYTE CULTURES Maitra, U; Mohan, VP; Klein, EB; Inada, Y; Lange, M; St Luke's-Roosevelt Hosp Ctr, Columbia University, NY, USA PB21: STD (2) PB0492 STD AND HIV INFECTION IN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF TLEMCEN (WEST ALGERIA) Merad-Boudia, A; Boudghene-Stambouli, O; CHU of Tlemcen, Algeria PB0493 IS HEPATITIS B VACCINE EFFECTIVE IN HIV POSITIVES? CHANGES IN HEPATITIS MARKERS DURING THE AIDS EPIDEMIC Ifft, FN; Greater Phila Health Action, USA P0494 STUDY OF URETHRITIS MANAGEMENT IN PHARMACIES IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Lima, VCP'; Brito, GS2; Fernandes, MEL3; Fini, GI2; Ribeiro, MA2; Morais, JC'; Souza, G; et Cols'; 'Santa Casa Medical School; 2Associagno Satide da Familia; 3Family Health International; Brazil PB0495 CLINICAL OUTLINE OF AIDS PATIENTS WITH CARDIAC MANIFESTATIONS IN AFRICA Mouanodji, M; Mbaigonro, D; Bredon, P; Central Hospital, Chad PB0496 STUDY OF URETHRITIS MANAGEMENT IN PHARMACIES IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Lima, VPC'; Brito, GS2; Fernandes, MEL3; Fini, GI2; Ribeiro, MA2; Morais, JC'; et Cols'; 'Santa Casa Medical School,; 2Associacao Satde da Familia,; 3Family Health International, Brazil PB0497 CLINICAL EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT TESTS FOR CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS- INFECTION; Petrova, E; Borissov, I; High Medical School, Bulgaria PB0498 NUCLEOLAR ORGANIZER REGIONS-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS IN CERVICAL DYSPLASTIC LESIONS FROM HIV-SEROPOSITIVE WOMEN Spinillo, A; lasci, A; Barbarini, G; Tenti, P; Piazzi, G; Baltaro, F; IRCCS Italy PB0499 COMPARISON OF CERVICAL CYTOLOGY WITH COLPOSCOPIC BIOPSIES IN US HIV-INFECTED WOMEN Gagnon, S; Cohn, J; Spence, M; Harrison, D; Brinson, C; Stein, A; Hellinger, J; AmFAR's CBCTN, USA PB0500 RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE OCCURENCE OF SQUAMOUS INTRA-EPITHELIAL LESIONS (SIL) IN HIV-INFECTED WOMEN Heard, I"2; Bergeron, C3; Henrion, R'; Kazatchkine, M2; 'Maternite Port-Royal; 'Ipeca, Cerba; 2HOpital Broussais, France PB0501 CERVICAL DYSPLASTIC LESIONS AMONG HIV-SEROPOSITIVE PREGNANT WOMEN Spinillo, A; Iasci, A; Maccabruni, A; Piazzi, G; Nicola, S; Baltaro, F; University of Pavia, Italy PB22: STD (3) PB0502 EVALUATING SENSITIVITY IN VITRO AND IN VIVO OF NEISSERIA GONORRHOEA TO KANAMYCINE IN STD PATIENTS IN MOZAMBIQUE De Hulsters, B; Noya, A; Bastos, R; Crucitti, T; Foigosa, E; Barretto, A; Ministry of Health, Mozambique P0O503 THE FEASIBILITY OF SYNDROME BASED STD MANAGEMENT INTEGRATED INTO A RURAL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SETTING Grosskurth, H1'2; Mwijarubi, E'; Muhaya, P3; Mayaud, P1,2; Gavyole, A3; Mabey, D2; 'AMREF, Tanzania; 2London Sch of Hyg and Trop Medicine; 3Regional Medical Office, Mwanza, Tanzania 134

Page  135 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0504 PREVALENCE OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STD) IN CYTOLOGIC SMEARS AMONG WOMEN IN THE STATE OF S PAULO, BRAZIL Pinotti, JA"2; Bacha, A'; Pastene L'; Linhares, IM': Miranda, SD'; 'Secretary of Health, Sao Paulo; 'University of Sao Paulo, Brazil PB0505 SURVEY OF STD MANAGEMENT IN MISSION HOSPITALS IN ZAMBIA Plourde, PJ'; Sichinga, K; Banda, M; Churches Medical Association of Zambia, Zambia; 'University of Manitoba, Canada PB0506 ATYPICAL HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE II (HSV II) PERINEAL MASS ASSOCIATED WITH HIV-1 INFECTION Mijch, A; Garland, S; Wright, E; Fairfield Hospital & Royal Women's Hospital, Australia PB0507 THE SOFT CHANCRE IN TLEMCEN (WEST ALGERIA):STATE OF THIS STD IN 1993 Boudghene-Stambouli, O; Merad-Boudia, A; CHU of Tlemcen, Algeria PB0508 TRENDS IN ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY PATTERNS FOR N GONORRHOEAE IN KUMASI, GHANA Addy, P A-K; UST School of Medical Sciences, Ghana PB0509 IN VITRO AND IN VIVO ACTIVITIES OF SPARFLOXACIN AGAINST CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS Nakata, K; Matsui, T; Miyazaiki, S; Arakawa, S; Ishigami, J; Kamidono, S; Kobe University, Japan PB0510 THE PUBLIC RESPONSE TO A FREE SERVICE FOR HIV ANTIBODY SCREENING AND COUNSELLING Biryahwaho, B; Tugume, B; Turyaguma, P; Uganda Virus Research Institute, Uganda P0511 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC REGION Petersen, G; Sarda, R; Effler, P; Kerse, L; WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Philippines 135

Page  136 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC01: HIV/AIDS in Developed Countries: North America and Europe PC0001 TRENDS IN RECENT HIV-1 INFECTION AMONG PATIENTS AT SENTINEL HOSPITALS, 1988-1992 Weber, JT; Satten, GA; Hanson, DL; Schable, CA; Janssen, RS; CDC, USA PCOOO2 AIDS-INCIDENCE RATES IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES Franceschi, S; Dal Maso, L; Negri, E'; Serraino, D; Aviano Cancer Centre,; 'Istituto "M Negri", Italy PCOOO3 PREVALENCE RATES OF PATHOGENS IN DIFFERENT POPULATIONS IN BALTIMORE DURING 1990-1993 Bansal, J; Constantine, NT; Zhang, X; Li, L; Abesamis, C; Preas, MA; Bosse, M; Caplan, E; Univ of MD, USA PCOOO5 TRENDS IN DISTRIBUTION OF HIV INFECTION BY RISK FACTORS IN FRENCH BRITTANY 1990-1993 Cartier, F; Favre, C; Michelet, C; Arvieux, C; Camus, C; Ruffault, A; University RENNES, France PC006 EDINBURGH VERSUS GLASGOW (1984-93): THE DIFFERENCE IN HIV PREVALENCE AMONG IDUs AND THE IMPACT ON HETEROSEXUAL SPREAD Goldberg, DJ; Emslie, JA; Taylor, A; Scott, G; Kennedy, R; Stewart, M; Ruchill Hospital, UK PC007 DECLINING TREND IN HIV PREVALENCE AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS IN ITALY Rezza, G; Alliegro, B; Pezzotti, P; Suligoi, B; Giuliani, M; Cozzi Lepri, A; Dorrucci, M; Napoli, P; Zaccarelli, M; Serafin, I; Istituto Superiore di Sanitr, Italy PCO008 INCREASING TREND IN HIV-1 PREVALENCE AMONG STD HETEROSEXUAL FEMALES: DATA FROM THE NATIONAL SENTINEL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM Giuliani, M; Suligoi, B; STD Surveillance Working Group; Centro Operativo AIDS Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Italy PC0009 HETEROGENEITY OF HIV EPIDEMIC IN THE ITALIAN REGIONS Cantoni, M; Grossi, P; Mariotto, A; Verdecchia, A; Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Italy PCO010 HIV INFECTION SURVEILLANCE AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN LIGURIA, ITALY Cuneo-Crovari, P; Faraldi, L; Gabutti, G; Gaino, M; Nelli, M; Melica, F; Petralia, P; Zai, C; Genoa Univ, Italy PCO011 AIDS AS A LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH AMONG YOUNG MEN IN ITALY Conti, S; Farchi, G; Prati, S; National Institute of Health, Italy PC00oo12 HIV INFECTION TRENDS IN INJECTING DRUG USERS AND HOMO/ BISEXUAL MEN IN THE AREA OF MADRID (SPAIN) 1988-1994 del Romero, J; Garcla, S; Rodriguez, C; Clavo, I; Carri6, D; Ballesteros, J; Centro Sanitario Sandoval, Spain PC0013 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF AIDS IN CANARY ISLANDS SPAIN Calvo-Fernandez, JR; Nufiez, D'; Armas, M; Gomez, J; Calvo, J; Gonzalez-Lama, Z; University of Las Palmas; 'Direccion Territorial de Salud, Spain PC0014 THE AIDS EPIDEMIC IN PORTUGAL Paixao, MT'; Leitao, AE'; Ferreira, MOS'; 'National Institute of Health; 2Direccao Geral da Sasae; 'National comittee on AIDS, Portugal PC0015 AIDS-DEFINING DIAGNOSES IN NORWAY AND DENMARK UP TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1993 Hasseltvedt, V'; Smith, E2; National Institute of Public Health, Norway; 'Statens Seruminstitut, Denmark PC0016 PREVALENCE AND SPREAD OF HIV INFECTION AMONG IV DRUG ADDICTS IN THE SCANDINAVIAN COUNTRIES Annell, A; Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control, Sweden PC0017 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL MODEL OF RECENT INTRODUCTION OF HIV IN A VIRGIN POPULATION HIV INFECTION OF CHILDREN IN NORTH-EAST ROMANIA Apetrei, C; Mitroi, I; Buzdugan, I; Iancu, L; Strat, L; Macovei, O; State, E; Sumuciuc, I; Duca, M; University of Medicine, Romania PC0018 CAN RUSSIA BE CLASSIFIED AS PATTERN 3 AREA OF HIV-INFECTION? Savchenko, I; Pokrovsky, V; Russia AIDS Centre, Russia PC0019 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF SPREADING OF HIV-INFECTION IN MOSCOW FROM 1990 Gorbacheva, ES; Golikov, VA; Moscow AIDS Clinical Centre, Russia PCOO21 FEATURES OF HIV INFECTION IN CROATIA: 1985-93 Burek, V; Maretit, T; University Hospital of Infectious Diseases, Croatia PC0022 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TREND OF HIV-INFECTION IN UKRAINE DURING 1987-1993 Shcherbinskaya, A; Kobyshcha, Y; Kruglov, Y; Morosov, V; Mukharskaya, L; Chentsova, N; Goreglyad, N; National AIDS Centre, Ukraine PC0023 HIV-INFECTION IN THE SOUTH REGION OF UKRAINE Novitsky, V; Mogilevsky, L; Boshchenko, Y; Southern Ukrainian Centre for AIDS Prevention, Ukraine 136

Page  137 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0619 MONITORING INCIDENT HIV INFECTIONS IN ONTARIO Galli, R'; Major, C'; Fearon, M'; Green, L'; Calzavara, L2; the Ontario HIV Seroconverter Study Group; 'Ontario Ministry of Health; 2'University of Toronto, Canada PCO2: HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: Latin America, and the Caribbean PC0024 CHANGES AFTER 10YEARS OF AIDS EPIDEMIC IN MEXICO Valdespino, JL; Garcia, ML; del Rio, A; Salcedo, A; Magis, C; Martinez, J; Mora, JL; Sepulveda, J; INDRE SCD Secretariat of Health, Mexico PC0025 IVDU IS A KEY FACTOR FOR CHANGES IN THE AIDS EPIDEMIC IN BRAZIL Castilho, E; Rodrigues, L; Lauria, L; Sereno, A; Loures, L; Ministry of Health, Brazil PC0026 AIDS AND INTERNATIONAL BORDERS: COMPARATION BETWEEN MEXICO AND USA Magis, C'; Gonzalez, F'; Senini, L2; Del Rio, A'; Gonzalez, G'; Valdespino, JL'; Sepulveda, J'; 'INDRE, Mexico; 2California Dept of Health Services, USA; 'Subsecretario de Salud, Mexico PC0027 THE FIRST DECADE OF THE AIDS EPIDEMIC AMONG CHILDREN IN BRAZIL-A DYNAMIC PROFILE Lauria, L; Chequer, P; Castilho, E; Rodrigues, L; Loures, L; Ministry of Health, Brazil PC0028 CHANGING DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS OF HIV INFECTION IN RIO DE JANEIRO-BRAZIL Eyer-Silva, WA; Morais de SA, CA; Sion, FS; Pinto, JFC; Alcantara, VG; Costa, MF; Almeida, ES; Universidade do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PC0029 ASSESSING THE AIDS EPIDEMIC DYNAMICS THROUGH GEOPROCESSING TECHNIQUES Bastos, F',2; Barcellos, C'; Telles, P'; 'DIS/FIOCRUZ; 2 NEPAD/UERJ, Brazil PCOO30 IMPROVING PEDIATRIC AIDS CASE DEFINITION IN SAO PAULO, BRASIL Gianna, MC; Barbieri, DD; Niskier, H; Ruiz, EAC; Domingues, CSB; Santos, LFJG; Santos, NJS; Epidomiologic Surveillance Center, Brazil PCOO31 NECROPSY: AS A SOURCE OF INFORMATION IN SAO PAULO Barbieri, DD; Pasqualucci, C; Gianna, MC; Domingues, C; Ruiz, E; Kalichman, AO; Scapolan, V'; Centro de Referencia e Treinamento-AIDS; 'Secretaria de Estado da Satide, Brazil PC0032 HIV INFECTION INCIDENCE BASED ON SEROPREVALENCE DATA IN BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL Greco, DB; Toledo Jr, AC; Oliveira, HC; Cordeiro, P; Silva, SR; Antunes, C; Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil PC0033 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TRENDS IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS IN BUENOS AIRES Avolio, J; Rimoldi, I; Arreseigor, T; Provincial Reference Center for AIDS, Argentina PC0034 HIV INFECTION BY BLOOD AND HETEROSEXUAL WAY IN ROSARIO, ARGENTINA Fay, O; Rodenas, E; Rubio, L; Ghioni, G; Fernandez, E; Taborda, M; National University of Rosario, Argentina PC0036 ESTIMATING THE MAGNITUDE OF THREE EPIDEMICS: INFECTION, DISEASE AND MORTALITY IN MEXICO Valdespino, GJL; Garcla, ML; Del Rio, A; Salcedo, A; Magis, C; Mora, JL; Septilveda, J; INDRE SCD Secretariat of Health, Mexico PC0037 INCREASE AMONG RURAL CASES IN MEXICO Valdespino, JL; Garcia, ML; Magis, C; Del Rio, A; Salcedo, A; Gonzalez, G; Septilveda, J; INDRE SCD Secretariat of Health, Mexico PC0038 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV-1 INFECTION IN EL SALVADOR Schoenenberg, M; Wollants, E; Bonilla, G; Shor-Posner, G; Baum, MK; University of Miami School of Medicine, USA PC0039 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HIV INFECTION IN CUBA Torres, R'; Joanes, J'; Perez, J'; Rodriguez, R2; Terry, H2; 'Sanatorio Santiago de las Vegas; 'Ministry of Public Health, Cuba PCO3: HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: Africa and Near East PCOO40 MIGRATION AND HIV-1 SEROPREVALENCE IN A RURAL UGANDAN POPULATION Nunn, AJ; Kamali, A; Kengeya-Kayondo, JF; Mulder, DW; Uganda Virus Research Institute, Uganda PCOO41 ASSESSING TRENDS OF THE HIV EPIDEMIC IN WESTERN UGANDA Weis, P; Masheisha, Ch'; Sahlmtiller, G; Asiimwe-Okiror'; Korte, R; von Sonnenburg, F; GTZ and Univ of Munich, Germany; 'MOH, Uganda PC0042 THE PREVALENCE RATE OF HIV/AIDS INCREASES WITH THE PROXIMITY TO THE KENYA / UGANDA BORDER Baltazar, GM; ACP, Kenya 137

Page  138 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0043 SEVEN YEARS OF HIV/AIDS IN MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA Harry, T; University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Nigeria PC0054 THE PROBABILITIES OF HIV SPREAD IN EGYPT Hasan, MA; Farag, AB; Hanna, NE; Arab International Center for Fighting Against AIDS, Egypt PC0055 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HIV/AIDS INFECTION IN LEBANON.Tawilah, J'; Adib, SM2'; 'National AIDS Control Program; 2American University of Beirut, Lebanon MONITORING THE TRENDS OF HIV/INFECTION IN A POPUI AFRICAN COUNTRY Tilley-Gyado, A; Ali-Salad, A2; Spiegel, R'; Nnorom, SAPCS FOR 17 STATES; 'NASPC; 2WNO/GPA; 'C Nigeria RURAL HIV TRANSMISSION IN NORTHER NIGERIA Garba, ML; AIDSCAP, Nigeria HIV SEROSURVEY AMONG RURAL POPULATION 1993, ET Negassa,H; Ministry of Health, Ethiopia WHY MIGRATIONS ARE IN CENTER OF AFRICAN AIDS EPI Kane, F'; Ouattara, S2; Kouakou, K2; Lalou, R'; Alat Catray, J; 'CCISD, C6te d'Ivoire; 2Universite Abidja d'Ivoire; 'Universir~ Montreal, Canada HIV INCIDENCE IN A COHORT OF BURUNDIAN MALE WOR Tobi, S'; Buzingo, T2; Sokal, D'; Kamuragiye, A2; Ri E2; Alexandre, Y'; 'Family Health International, USA 'Project National de Lutte Contre le SIDA, Burundi HIV-1 AND HIV-2 STATUS IN GHANAIAN AIDS AND ARC P Ayisi, NK'; Ishikawa, K2; Magnusen, AF'; Sata, T2; M'; 'Noguchi Memorial Inst for Med Res, Ghana; 21 Japan; 'Catholic Hospital, Ghana SLOWER HETEROSEXUAL SPREAD OF HIV-2 COMPARED HIV-1 Kanki, PJ; Mbuop, S'; Travers, K; Marlink, R; Siby, Essex, M; Harvard School of Public Health, USA; 'H A Le Dantec, SenEgal SENTINEL SURVEILLANCE AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN NORTHERN TOGO DURING 1992 AND 1993 Mattke, P'; Grunitzky-Bekele, M2; Klee, E'; 'Deutsch Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit, Germat 2Programme National de Lutte contre le SIDA, Togc AIDS IN AFRICA: THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV-ASSOCIATEI TUBERCULOSIS AND HETEROSEXUAL TRANSMISSION Shamssain, MH; Transkei Univ, UK THE EFFECT OF A TRANSIENT PERIOD WITH HIGH RISK CONTACTS ON THE DYNAMICS OF THE HIV EPIDEMIC Wittkowski, KM'; Hasan, M2; 'Univ Ttibingen, Gem 2Arab International Center for Fighting against AIDS PC0056 PC0045 HIV SCREENING IN SUSPECTED PATIENTS Ali, NA; et al; Mirjan Teaching Hospital, Iraq PCO4: HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries: Asia and Oceania PC0057 PREVALENCE OF HIV-1 INFECTION IN YOUNG MEN ENTERING THE ROYAL THAI ARMY; TRENDS AND RISK FACTORS Torugsa, K; et al; AFRIMS, Thailand PREVALENCE OF HIV-1 AND HIV-2 SEROPOSITIVITY OF DIFFERENT RISK GROUPS IN WESTERN INDIA Banerjee, K; National Institute of Virology, India PC0058 PC0059 AIDS IN INDONESIA Gunawan, S; Abednego, HM; NIHRD/MOH, Indonesia PC0049 ATIENTS PCOO60 Mensah, CURRENT STATUS OF HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC IN JAPAN 4IH Shiokawa, Y'; Soda, K'; Nishioka, K'; Kitamura, T'; Shimada, K'; Yamada, K'; Minamitani, M'; Miyamoto, T'; Ozaki, S2; Shinmura, K2; Yamamoto, N2; 'National AIDS PCOO50 Surveillance Committee; 'Ministry of Health & Welfare, WITH Japan T'; PCOO61 [Opital SEROPREVALENCE OF HIV IN THE TOKYO DITSRICT Mori, K; Sadamasu, K; Tabei, Y; Inaba, M; Yamazaki, K; Itoh, T; Sekine, S; Tokyo Metropolitan Research Laboratory PCOO51 of Public Health, Japan PC0062 1e A COMMERCIAL LABORATORY-BASED SURVEY OF ANTI-HIV ny; SEROPREVALENCE IN SOUTHERN TOKYO METROPOLITAN AREA Suzuki, K'; Kihara, M2; Kihara, M'; Imai, M4; Ichikawa, S3; Soda, K'; 'Hoken-kagakuLab; 2Kanagawa Cancer Ctr Res PC0052 Inst; 'Yokohama City Univ Sch of Med; 4Kanagawa D Prefectural Public Health Lab, Japan PC0063 HIV MONITORING AT REGIONAL HEALTH CENTERS IN JAPAN PC0053 Etoh, S'; Imai, M'; Sekine, H2; Nishioka, K'; 'KanagawaPrefectural of Health; 'Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Health; 'The Viral Hepatitis Research nany; Foundation, Japan, Egypt PC0064 AIDS SURVEILLANCE IN JAPAN Miyazaki, M'; O'Brien, T2; Naemura, M'; Ministry of Health and Welfare, Japan; 'National Cancer Institute, USA 138

Page  139 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0065 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HIV/AIDS PREVALENCE IN JAPAN Kodama, M; Kodama, T; Kodama Res Inst Prey Med, Japan PC0066 RESEARCH ON THE EPIDEMIC OF HIV INFECTION IN YUNNAN PROVINCE, CHINA Zhang, JP; Cheng, HH; Zhao, SD; Duan, S; Duan, YJ; Yunnan Provincial Health & Anti-epidemic Center, China PC0067 ARE STD PATIENTS AT RISK FOR HIV INFECTION IN CHINA? Choi, K-H'; Tian, C2; Zheng, X2; Hall, T'; Coates, TJ'; 'University of California, San Francisco, USA; 'National Center for AIDS Surveillance, China PC0068 CURRENT STATUS OF HIV INFECTION IN TAIWAN Chang, Y-H; Hsu, H; Chuang, C; Chang, P; Dept of Health, China PC069 PC0076 HIV-1 SEROTYPES IN THAILAND DURING 1985-1994 Louisirirotchanakul, S'; Wasi, C'; Surisanee, V'; Kanoksinsombat, C'; Young, N'; Vanichseni, S'; Thongcharoen, P'; 'Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital; 2The HIV/AIDS Collaboration; 'Bangkok Metropolitan Administration; Thailand INCIDENCE OF AIDS INFECTION IN INDIA Kuthiala, SK; Siddhartha Publications, India PC0077 PC0078 POTENTIALS FOR HIV EPIDEMIC SPREAD IN INDIA Khodakevich, L'; Lal, S2; Salil, P2; 'World Health Organization; 'Ministry of Health, Government of India, India PC0079 HIV INFECTION IN INDIA Puthenveetil, JA; National South Asian AIDS Organization, USA PCOO81 PRESENT STATUS AND PREVALENCE OF HIV INFECTION IN TAIWAN, JANUARY 1994 Wang, G-R; Shih, C-H; Chuang, C-Y; Taipei Municipal VD Control Institute, China PC070 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV INFECTION IN HONG KONG Lee, SS; Lim, WL; Lee, SH; Chan-Fung, MFC; Department of Health, Hong Kong Government, Hong Kong HIV INFECTION IN PREGNANT WOMEN IN BOMBAY Gilada, I1; Mahajan, R'; Hira, S2; 'Indian Health Organization, India; 2Univ of Texas, USA PC0082 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF RETROVIRAL INFECTIONS IN SOUTH INDIA Babu, PG'; Ishida, T2; Nerurkar, V'; John, TJ" 'CMC Hosp, India; 'Univ Tokyo, Japan; 'NINDS, NIH, USA PCOO71 HIV INFECTION IN SINGAPORE, 1985-1993 Oh, HM-L; Chew, S-K; Communicable Disease Centre, Singapore PC0072 HIV PREVALENCE AND RISK BEHAVIOR IN YOUNG MEN IN N THAILAND, 1991-1993 Nelson, K'; Beyrer, C'; Eiumtrakol, S2; Khamboonruang, C'; Celentano, DD'; Wright, N'; 'Johns Hopkins Univ, USA; 2Royal Thai Army, Thailand; 'Chiang Mai University, Thailand; 4UMDNJ, USA PC0073 HIV-ANTIBODY TESTING AT ANONYMOUS TESTING SITES AND STD CLINICS IN NORTHERN THAILAND Sombutmai, S'; Wannarat, A'; Taywaditep, K2; Lindan, C2; Mandel, J2; 'Chiang Mai University, Thailand; 2University of California, San Francisco, USA PC0074 HIV-1 SEROPREVALENCE AMONG YOUNG THAI MEN 1990 TO 1993 Jugsudee, A; et al; Army Institute of Pathology, Thailand PC0075 INCIDENCE OF HIV-1 SEROCONVERSION AMONG INDUCTEES OF THE ROYAL THAI ARMY Sirisopana, N; et al; AFRIMS, Thailand PC0083 SEROEPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV INFECTION IN CALCUTTA Chakrabarty, MS; Dey, PN; Paul, S; Chakrabarti, T; School of Tropical Medicine, India PC0084 HIV INFECTION IN LAO REPUBLIC Prasongsith, BC'; Blanche, P2; Phouvang, K'; Insisiengmay, S'; Rajpho, V4; Sicard, D2; 'Institut National d'hygitne et d'epidemiologie, Laos; 2Department de Medecine Interne Cochin, France; 'Service de Phtisiologie Mahosot; 'Ministere de la Sante, Laos PCOO86 A STUDY OF STD/AIDS TREND IN SRI LANKA Buddhakorala, K; STD/AIDS Control Programme, Sri Lanka PC0617 ACTIVITIES OF A HIV SURVEILLANCE CENTER AT MIZORAM Raju, RSKP'; Zohminthangha, J'; Purohit, A2 '; Thangdailova, B'; Chakraborty, J2; Kiessling, A'; 'Civil Hosp Aizawl, India; 'Medical Coll of OH, USA; 'Harvard-Deaconess, USA PC0621 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV IN CAMBODIA Tia, P'; Kruy, SL2; Tea, S'; Meyner, L'; Renas, R4;'National AIDS Programme; 'Pasteur Institute; 'National Blood Transfusion Center; 4WHO, Cambodia 139

Page  140 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC06: Epidemiological Issues of Homosexual and Bisexual Behavior PC0089 HIV INFECTION IN A NATIONAL SAMPLE OF HOMOSEXUAL MEN IN THE NETHERLANDS Wiessing, LG'; Houweling, H'; Sandfort, ThGM2; Schop, W1; Bosga, MB2; Van den Akker, R'; Hoogenveen, RT'; 'Natl Inst Public Health (RIVM); 2Univ of Utrecht, Netherlands PC0090 AIDS INCIDENCE TRENDS AMONG BIRTH COHORTS OF GAY MEN IN CALIFORNIA Rutherford, GW; Singleton, JA; Tabnak, F; Kuan, J; California Dept of Health Services, USA PC0092 TRENDS IN HIV SEROPREVALENCE AMONGST GAY MEN ATTENDING A SOUTH LONDON STD CLINIC; 1988-1992 Asboe, D; Band, B; Palmer, S; Barlow, D; St Thomas Hospital, UK PC0093 TRENDS IN URETHRITIS INCIDENCE AMONG HIV-INFECTED HOMOSEXUAL MEN IN THE SEROCO FRENCH COHORT Meyer, L; Creusvaux, H; the Seroco Group; INSERM U292, France PC0094 FACTORS INFLUENCING CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION AMONG HIV+ PATIENTS WITH KNOWN DATE OF INFECTION Carte, N'; Deveau, C'; Persoz, A'; Rouzioux, C2; Colasante, U3; Salmon-Ceron, D4; Bucquet, D; Seroco Study Group; 'INSERM U292; 2Hopital NECKER; 'Hopital Bichat; 4Hopital Cochin, France PC0095 HIV PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED RISK BEHAVIORS IN HOMOSEXUAL MALES IN A STD CLINIC OF SEVILLE Pueyo, I'; Viciana, P2; Mendo, A'; Torrego, A'; Martinez-Marcos, F2; 'STD Clinic of Andalucia Health Service; 2Univ Hos V Rocio, Spain PC0096 MONITORING SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DETERMINANTS OF HIV SERO-CONVERSION IN HOMOSEXUALLY ACTIVE MEN Kaldor, J'; Kippax, S2; Crofts, N'; Hendry, 0'; 'National Centre in HIV Epidemiology & Clinical Research; 2National Centre for HIV Social Research; 3Macfarlane Burnet Centre for Medical Research, Australia PC0097 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, BELIEFS & PRACTICES OF HOMOSEXUALS IN JAMAICA Hassad, R; Jamaica AIDS Support, Jamaica PC0099 BISEXUAL BEHAVIOR AT AN ANONYMOUS TESTING SITE IN BRAZIL Lima, LA; Souza, E; Passos, S; Klajmic, S; Abud, S; HM Rocha Maia, Brazil PC0100 HIV-ASSOCIATED BEHAVIORS AND ATTITUDES AMONG GAY AND BISEXUAL MEN IN BARCELONA, SPAIN Rodes, A; Blanch, C; Wang, J; Tort, X; Petit, J; Casabona, J; Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain PCO101 HIV RISK-RELATED SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR OF HOMO-AND BISEXUAL MEN AND STD PATIENTS IN THE UKRAINE Kobyshcha, Y; Kruglov, Y; Secheiko, H; Shchebinskaya, A; Morosov, V; Stoyan, H; National AIDS Commitee and Centre, Ukraine PCO102 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BISEXUAL AND HETEROSEXUAL WOMEN IN SELF-REPORTED HIV-RISK BEHAVIOR, LOS ANGELES COUNTY Simon, P; Wiley, D; Ford, W; CDC, USA PCO103 LESBIAN SEX AND HIV-1 Raiteri, R; Fora, R; Sinicco, A; Univ of Turin, Italy PC0620 HIV-1 SEROPREVALENCE AMONG GAY AND BISEXUAL (GAY/BI) MEN ATTENDING SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE (STD) CLINICS IN CALIFORNIA Ruiz, JD; Wilson, D; Mikanda, J; Littaua, R; Kerndt, P; Lemp, G; California Department of Health Services, USA PCO7: Epidemiology of Heterosexual Transmission PC0104 HIV-1 INFECTION IN YOUNG THAI MEN DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMY Renzullo, P"'; Beyrer, C2; Nelson, K2; Celentano, D2; Eiumtrakul, S; Khamboonruang, C4; 'WRAIR, USA; 'Johns Hopkins U, USA; 'Royal Thai Army, Thailand; 'Chang Mai U, Thailand PCO105 HETEROSEXUAL TRANSMISSION OF HIV THE FOLLOW UP OF 174 COUPLES IN THE PERIOD 1985-1993 Falciano, M; Bergami, N; Rubino, L; Macedonio, A; Salotti, A; Vullo, V; Turbessi, G; Rome University 'La Sapienza, Italy PCO106 TYPE OF INTERCOURSE IN HETEROSEXUAL TRANSMISSION Falciano, M; Bergami, N; Rubino, L; Missori, R; Macedonio, A; Salotti, A; Vullo, V; Turbessi, G; Rome University "La Sapienza", Italy PCO107 SPERM PARAMETERS IN HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS Rossi, T'; Mazzilli, F'; D'Offizi, G'; Rosso, R'; Pinter, E2; Sarandrea, N'; Dondero, F'; Aiuti, F2; 15th Medical Clinic Univ of Rome "La Sapienza"; 2Univ of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy PCO108 HYPOTHESIS ABOUT TRANSMISSION OF HIV VIRUS IN SEXUAL INTERCOURSE "FALLATIO" (COITUS AB ORE) WITH FINAL EJACULATION D'Agostino, S; Monteferrario, L; Furlan, GC; Biella's Hospital, Italy 140

Page  141 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0109 THE IMPACT OF HETEROSEXUAL TRANSMISSION ON A HIV COHORT IN THE SOUTH OF SPAIN Dlez F; Laynez, F; Collado, A; Lopez, A; Perez, F; Hospital Torrecirdenas, Spain PC0110 THE INCREASE IN HETEROSEXUALLY TRANSMITED AIDS CASES IN GALICIA; SPAIN Pedreira, J'; Castro, A'; Pereiro, C2; Juega, J'; De la Iglesia, F'; 'Internal Medicine Service; 2Drug Dependence Center, Spain PC0111 INCREASING HIV INFECTION DUE TO HETEROSEXUAL EXPOSURE IN ENGLAND AND WALES Noone, A; Gilbart, V; Nicoll, A; Gill, N; Wright, M; Macdonald, N; Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre, UK PCO112 HETEROSEXUAL TRANSMISSION OF HIV IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Jedlicka, J; Briikovi, M; Tomalek, L; National Institute of Public Health, Czech Rep PC0113 SEXUAL ASSAULT AND HIV POSITIVITY IN ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS Cary, JM; Hahnemann University School of Medicine, USA PCO114 ASSESSMENT OF SEXUAL HISTORY AMONG HIV EXPOSED WOMEN Guimaraes, MDC'; Castilho, E2; Signorini, D'; Berbara, V4; Gomes, V'; 'UFMG; 2FIOCRUZ; 'HGG-UNIRIO;4 INAMPS; 'UFRJ, Brazil PC0115 RISK FACTORS FOR MALE-TO-FEMALE HIV TRANSMISSION Guimaraes, M'; Castilho, E2; Cavalcante, S2; Lima, LA'; Gomes, VR4; 'UFMG; 2FIOCRUZ; 'CHESC; 4UFRJ, Brazil PCO116 FOLLOW-UP OF HIV-1 SERONEGATIVE FEMALE PARTNERS OF SEROPOSITIVE MEN IN BRAZIL Boschi-Pinto, C'; Castilho, E'; Guimarales, MDC2; Alves, LA'; Hearst, N4; 'FIOCRUZ, Brazil; 2UFMG, Brazil; 'CHESC, Brazil; 4CAPS/UCSF, USA PC0117 HETEROSEXUAL TRANSMISSION IN WOMEN IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Santos, NS; Gianna, MC; Grangeiro, A; Kalichman, A;. Munhoz, R; Ruiz, EAC; Santos, LFJG; Grupo de Vigilancia Epidemiologica (CVE/CRTA), Brazil PCO118 HIV-1 RISK FACTORS AMONG SELF-REPORTED HETEROSEXUAL MEN IN MEXICO CITY: CONTROLLING FOR MISCLASSIFICATION BIAS Fernandez Difranco, G'; Uribe, P2; Hernandez Avila, M'; Gortmaker, S'; 'Harvard School of Public Health, USA; 'CONASIDA, Mexico; 'INSP, Mexico PC0119 HIV-1 SPREAD IN COLOMBIAN WOMEN Cespedes, J'; Bello, S2; Castellanos, J2; Moreno, F2; Hernindez, C2; 'FEI/Universidad Javeriana; 2Cruz Roja Colmbiana, Colombia PCO120 BRIDGE POPULA ONS IN THE SPREAD OF HIV/AIDS IN THAILAND Podhisita, C; Morris, M; Wawer, M; Mahidol University, Thailand PCO121 SEXUAL RISK BEHAVIOR AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS IN BANGKOK, 1989 VS 1993 Vanichseni, S'; Des Jarlais, DC'; Choopanya, K'; Raktham, S'; Friedmann, P2; 'Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Thailand; 'Beth Israel Medical Ctr, USA PC0122 PROSPECTIVELY AND RETROSPECTIVELY DETERMINED SEXUAL BEHAVIORS AMONG HIV+ BLOOD DONORS Sawanpanyalert, P; Yanai, H; Ministry of Public Health, Thailand SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR PATTERN IN NEPAL Gurubacharya, VL; Suvedi, BK; GPO, Nepal PC0123 PC0124 TRADITIONAL SEXUAL PRACTICES AMONG WOMEN AT A SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STD) CLINIC IN ZAMBIA Sandala, L'; Sunkutu, MR'; Lurie, P'; Chani, EM'; Hearst, N2; 'Univ Teaching Hospital, Zambia; 2CAPS-Univ Calif, USA PC09: Epidemiological Issues of Drug Users PC0125 RISK FACTORS FOR HIV SEROPREVALENCE AMONG IDUS IN BANGKOK, 1989 VS 1993 Choopanya, K'; Des Jarlais, DC'; Vanichseni, S'; Raktham, S'; Friedmann, P2; 'Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Thailand; 2Beth Israel Medical Ctr, USA PC0126 SURVIVAL AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS WITH AIDS, UNITED STATES, 1988-1990 Neal, JJ; Fleming, PL; Green, TA; Chu, SY; Burgess, DA; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA PC0127 A BIRTH COHORT ANALYSIS OF BRAZILIAN AIDS CASES 1980-93 Struchiner, C'; Rodrigues, L'; Castilho, E'; Stoneburner, R2; Sereno, A'; Lauria, L'; Loures, L'; 'Ministry of Health, Brazil; 2GPA, WHO, Switzerland PC0128 HIV SEROINCIDENCE AMONG INJECTION DRUG USERS IN LOS ANGELES, USA, 1989-1994 LOS ANGELES, USA Kerndt, PR; Weber, MD; Ford, WL; Cheng, FK; Lehman, JS; HIV Epidemiology Program, USA 141

Page  142 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0129 INCIDENCE OF THROMBOCYTOPENIA (TP) IN HIV-INFECTED INJECTING DRUG USERS (IDUs) Hershow, RC; Fukuda, K; Graber, J; Vlahov, D; Rezza, G; Klein, RS; Des Jarlais, D; Vitek, C; Khabbaz, R; Freels, S; Zuckerman, R; Pezzotti, P; Kaplan, JE; CDC International Collaborative Study, USA PC0131 ASSESSING RISK BEHAVIORS AND HIV SEROPREVALENCE AMONG IDUS IN TWO MAJOR PORTS OF SOUTH AMERICA Telles, P'; Bastos, FI'; Mesquita, F2; Stall, R'; Hearst, N3; Bueno, R2; et al; 'NEPAD-UERJ, Brazil; 'IEPAS, Brazil; 'CAPS, USA PC0132 THE RISK OF TRANSMISSION OF HIV AND OTHER BLOOD-BORNE DISEASES VIA JET INJECTORS DURING IMMUNIZATION MASS CAMPAIGNS IN BRAZIL Brito, GS'; Chen, RT'; Stefano, ICA2; Campos, AMF'; Oselka, G2; et cols; 'State Department Health, SP-BR, Brazil; 2Ministry of Health of Brazil, Brazil; 'CDC, USA PC0133 GENDER TRANSMISSION PATTERN OF HIV IN A BRAZILIAN IDU COMMUNITY Bueno, RC; Carvalho, HB; Paes, G; Mesquita, F; Burattini, M; Massad, E; IEPAS-Santos, Brazil PC0134 PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR HIV-1 INFECTION AMONG STRET- RECRUITED IVD Us IN BARCELONA, SPAIN Rodes Monegal, A; Casabona, J; Vail, M; Rabella, N; Hos S Pau, Spain PC0135 TRENDS IN HIV PREVALENCE AMONG MALE AND FEMALE IDU's Muga, R; Rodriguez, R; Egea, JM; Moreno, I; Navio, M; Tor, J; Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Spain PC0136 DRUG INJECTION CAREER AND HIV INFECTION Rodriguez, R; Muga, R; Egea, J, M; Navio, M; Aldeguer, X; Tor, J; Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Spain PC0137 MONITORING HIV TRENDS IN INJECTING DRUG USERS STARTING TREATMENT Tor, J; Muga, R; Egea, JM; Rodriguez, R; Navio, M; Moreno, I; Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Spain PCO138 IMPACT OF AIDS IN THE PROGNOSIS OF INTRAVENOUS DRUG ADDICTION Egea, JM; Muga, R; Rodriguez, R; Moreno, I; Navio, M; Tor, J; Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Spain PC0139 THE TREND IN THE APPLICATION FOR HIV TESTING AND PERCENTAGE OF HIV+IN DA DURING 9 YEAR-PERIOD Turbessi, G; Salotti, A; Rubino, L; Missori, R; Macedonio, A; Bergami, N; Falciano, M; University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy PCO140 BEHAVIORS CONCERNING AIDS AMONG IV DRUG-USERS ATTENDING 3 ANONYMOUS AND FREE TESTING CENTRES Helal, H; Momas, I; Cherie, L; Pretet, S; Poinsard, PR; DASES, France PCO141 SLOW-DOWN OF HIV EPIDEMIC AMONG IDUS IN GENEVA, SWITZERLAND Broers, B; Junet, C; Gabriel, V; Perrin, L; Hirschel, B; University Hospital, Switzerland PC0142 HIGH MORTALITY BUT FEW SEROCONVERSIONS AMONG HARD-CORE DRUG ADDICTS IN STOCKHOLM Fugelstad, A; Bottiger, M; Romelsjo, A; Agren, G; Psychiatric Dependency Clinic, Sweden PC0143 AIDS AND INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS IN EGYPT Hasan, MA; Farag, AB; Ismail, MA; Arab International Center for Fighting Against AIDS, Egypt PC0145 COMPARISON OF HIV PREVALENCE WITH HBV, HCV AND HDV INFECTIONS IN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN ITALIAN IVD A Grisorio, B'; Lucchini, A'; Salmoni, A'; Edo, S'; Paoletti, V'; Filetti, M2; Barbarini, G'; 'Division of Infectious Diseases OO RR; 2Clinic of Infectious Diseases, Italy PC0146 ASSOCIATED SEROCONVERSION TO HIV-HBV Fora, R; Raiteri, R; Sciandra, M; Sinicco, A; Univ of Turin, Italy PC0147 DISCORDANT EVOLUTION OF HIV AND HCV SEROLOGIES IN IVDUs: A FOUR YEARS RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Mansuy, J-M'; Lheritier, D'; Puchot, P'; Puppo, P'; Gayet, C'; Izopet, J'; Puel, J'; 'CHU Purpan; 2IDRET Toulouse, France PC0148 THE PREVALENCE OF HIV, HEPATITIS B AND HEPATITIS C IN A PRENATAL CLINIC FOR DRUG USING WOMEN Mitchell, JL'; Ozick, L'; Jacobs, L'; Baroudy, B2; 'Harlem Hospital; 'Gamble Institute of Medical Research, USA PC0149 HIV AND INFECTIONS WITH RELATED TRANSMISSION IN AN IDU COMMUNITY OF SANTOS, BRAZIL Carvalho, HB; Bueno, R; Paes, G; Mesquita, F; Burattini, M; Massad, E; IEPAS-SANTOS, Brazil PCO150 PREVALENCE OF HIV, HCV AND HBV INFECTION AMONG DRUG ADDICT USERS IN CHIANG MAI Apichartpiyakul, C; Apichartpiyakul, N; Chittivudikarn, C; Hotta, H; Homma, M; Vithayasai, V; Chiang Mai University, Thailand 142

Page  143 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0151 PREVALENCE OF BLOOD-BORNE VIRUSES AMONG INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS AND ALCOHOLICS IN JAPAN Ichimura, H'; Kurimura, 0'; Tamura, I'; Tsuchie, H2; Kurimura, T2; 'Kure National Hospital; 'Osaka University, Japan PC0152 HIV INFECTION AND STD AMONG METHAMPHETAMINE ABUSERS AND SOLVENT ABUSERS IN JAPAN Wada, K'; Konuma, K2; Hirai, S2; 'National Institute of Mental Health; 2National Sanatorium of Shimohusa, Japan PC0626 CHANGES IN THE AGE-AT-ONSET OF HIV INFECTION AMONG IVDU'S IN ITALY Mariotto, A; Verdecchia, A; Istituto Superiore di Sanitt, Italy PCJ1: Epidemiology of Perinatal Infection (Mother to Child Transmission) PC0153 RISK OF HIV-RELATED SYMPTOMS IN 40 SETS OF TWINS: A POPULATION-BASED ANALYSIS Fanning, T'; Krasinski, K2; Chiarella, J'; Turner, BJ, 3; 'New York State (NYS) Dept of Social Services; 'Bellevue Hospital; 'Thomas Jefferson Univ, USA PC0154 THE DIRECT COMPARISON OF MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION RATE Bomboko, B; Nsuami, M; Tulane School of Public Health, USA PC0155 RISK FACTORS FOR VERTICAL TRANSMISSION OF HIV-1 Ometto, L'; De Rossi, A'; Zanotto, C'; Maccabruni, A2; Caselli, D'; Chieco-Bianchi, L'; 'University of Padova; 'Infect Dis Institute; 'University of Pavia, Italy PC0156 RISK FACTORS FOR PERINATAL TRANSMISION IN HIV POSITIVE PREGNANT WOMEN Soriano, R; Carreras, R; Rovira, MT; Torrent, A; Payl, A; Xercavins, J; Autonomus University of Barcelona, Spain PC0157 SUSCEPTIBILITY OF HUMAN FETAL CELLS TO HIV INFECTION, IN VITRO AND IN VIVO IN THE SCID-HU MODEL Touraine, J-L; Sanhadji, K; Firouzi, R; INSERM U80, France PC0158 RISKS OF BOTTLE-FEEDING IN INFANTS BORN TO HIV-INFECTED MOTHERS FROM LOW-INCOME FAMILIES IN RIO DE JANEIRO-BRAZIL Rusbini, NPM; Silva, WAE; Sion, FS; Morais-De-Sa, CA; Lima, AJ; Rocco, R; University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PC0159 CORRELATION BETWEEN TIMING OF RUPTURE OF AMNIOTIC MEMBRANES AND RISK OF HIV-1 PERINATAL TRANSMISSION Paiva, JVM2; Hutto, C2; Antunes, C'; Scott, G2; 'Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil; 2University of Miami, USA PC0160 VERTICAL TRANSMISSION RISK (VTR) OF HIV-1 IN BRAZIL: THE IMPACT OF LOW LOSS TO FOLLOW-UP Tess, B"3; Rodrigues, LC'; Duarte, G2; Mussi-Pinhata, MM2; Cervi, MC2; Newell, ML'; 'Instituto de Saude, Brazil; 2Med Sch of Ribeirao Preto, Brazil; 'London Sch of Hygiene & Tropical Med, UK; 'Institute of Child Health, UK PCO161 INCREASE IN PERINATAL TRANSMISSION IN A COUNTRY WITH HIGH RATES OF FECUNDITY THE CASE OF MEXICO Garcia, ML; Loo, E; Valdespino, JL; Salcedo, A; Del Rio, A; Magis, C; Sepulveda, J; INDRE, Mexico PC0162 RISK FACTORS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF HIV+ ANTENATAL WOMEN, BANGKOK, THAILAND Mangclaviraj, Y'; Chaisilwattana, P2; Siriwasin, W'; Roongpisuthipong, A2; Shaffer, N3'4; the Bangkok Perinatal HIV Transmission Study; 'Rajvithi Hospital; 2Mahidol University; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration; Thailand; 'CDC, USA PC0163 PERINATAL TRANSMISSION AMONG WOMEN SEROCONVERTING DURING PREGNANCY, BANGKOK Shaffer, N"2; Roongpisuthipong, A'; Siriwasin, W4; Wasi, C'; Kaewchaiyo, G4; Chearskul, S; Chotpitayasunondh, T'; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 2CDC, USA; 'Mahidol University, Thailand; 4Rajvithi Hospital, Thailand; 'Children's Hospital, Thailand PC0164 HIV-1 GENOTYPES IN INFANTS AND THEIR MOTHERS, BANGKOK, THAILAND Samakoses, R; Nitayaphan, S; Chamnanvanakij, S; Gaywee, J; Sithongdee, S; Chinaworapong, S; Mccutchan, F, E; Phramonkutklao Hospital, Thailand PC0165 ANTE & POST NATAL HIV SCREENING IN BOMBAY-INDIA Merchant, RH; Gilada, IS'; Mahajan, RP'; Agarwal, JG'; Mehta, AC; Wadia Maternity Hospital; 'Indian Health Organization, India PC0166 INVESTIGATING OF HIV-1 TRANSMISSION FROM MOTHER TO CHILD Tabei, Y'; Sadamasu, K'; Mori, K'; Inaba, M'; Sekine, H'; Hirokawa, J2; Miyazawa, Y2; 'Tokyo Metropolitan Research Laboratory of Public Health; 2Ootsuka Hospital, Tokyo, Japan PC0167 DIAGNOSIS OF HIV INFECTION STATUS IN HIV-EXPOSED INFANTS Paul, M; Pahwa, S; Tetali, S; Abrams, E; Wang, X; Bakshi, S; Lesser, M; North Shore University Hospital-Cornell University Medical College, USA PC0168 INFANTS BORN FROM HIV+ MOTHERS Rimoldi, I; Avolio, J; Arreseigor, T; Provincial Ref Center for AIDS, Argentina 143

Page  144 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0169 A SCORE WITH IMMUNOLOGICAL, VIROLOGICAL AND CLINICAL FEATURES TO ESTIMATE HIV PROGRESSION IN PERINATAL HIV-INFECTION Mentzer, D; Funk, M; Sehrt, P; Wehner, S; Cinatl, J'; Pfeiffer, A; Steiner, JJ; Kreuz, W; Centre of Pediatrics;Univ Frankfurt am Main, Germany PCO170 NATURAL HISTORY OF VERTICALLY ACQUIRED HIV INFECTION Giaquinto, C; De Rossi, A'; Pagliaro, A; Cozzani, S; Ruga, E'; Mazza, A2; Giacomelli, A; Tessarotto, L; Oletto, S; Dept of Pediatrics; 'Univ of Padova; 2Pediatric Division, Italy PCO171 MATERNAL-FETAL TRANSMISSION OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS INFECTION: MEXICAN EXPERIENCE Torres, FEG; Infectology Hospital CMR, Mexico PC0172 AIDS-LIKE SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS PROGNOSIS ON PERINATAL HIV INFECTED CHILDREN Baangi, M2; Mputu, M1; Mabasi, M'; Lubaki, M'; Mongatunge, M'; Nzilami, N'; 'Projet SIDA; 2National AIDS Program, Zaire PC13: HIV/AIDS among Women PC0173 RISK BEHAVIORS AMONG WOMEN WITH HIV/AIDS WHO REPORT SEX WITH WOMEN Chu, SY; Diaz, T; Schable, B; the SHAS Project Group; CDC, USA PC0174 THE ROLE OF PREGNANCY/PUERPERIUM IN TUBERCULOSIS DEVELOPMENT IN HIV-INFECTED WOMEN Espinal, M'; Reingold, AL2'; 'CENISMI, Dominican Republic; 'University of California, USA PC0175 PREVALENCE OF NON-PROGRESSION OF IMMUNODEFICIENCY IN WOMEN WITH HIV INFECTION Carpenter, CCJ; Flanigan, TP; Mayer, KH; Brown University, USA PC0176 VIRAL HEPATITIS IN THE HIV-INFECTED WOMAN Kloser, P; Passanante, M; Mayberry, B; Gill, C; Cowan, J; UMDNJ: New Jersey Medical School, USA PC0177 HOSPITALIZATION AND MEDICAL CARE PATTERN OF HIV POSITIVE WOMEN IN MONTREAL Osborne, ME; Ghadirian, P; Poisson, M; Morisset, R; Beaulieu, R; HOtel-Dieu de Montreal, Canada PCO178 NUTRITIONAL ABNORMALITIES IN HIV-1 INFECTED FEMALE DRUG USERS (IDUS) Baum, M; Carcamo, C; Quesada, J; Page, BJ; Fletcher, MA; Shor-Posner, G; University of Miami, USA PC0179 HIV RISK IN WOMEN Harlow, L'; Morokoff, P'; Quina, K'; Rose, J'; Johnsen, L'; Lang, M'; Deiter, P'; Burkholder, G'; Mayer, KH2; 'Univ of Rhode Island; 2Brown Univ, USA PCO180 SEXUAL ABUSE DURING CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE AS PREDICTORS OF HIV-RELATED SEXUAL RISK BEHAVIORS IN ADULTHOOD Klein, H; Young, P; Wild, J; NOVA Research, USA PC0182 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF HIV INFECTION IN MEN AND WOMEN Kadree, M'; Clark, J'; 'Morehouse School of Medicine; 2Univ of Alabama, USA PC0183 HIV AND OTHER SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STDS) AMONG WOMEN ATTENDING TWO ANTENATAL (AN) CLINICS IN CITE SOLEIL, HAITI Boulos, R'; Behets, F'; Desormeaux, J'; Hoffman, I'; Adrien, M'; Moeng, S'; Davis, H'; Joseph, D'; Dallabetta, G'; Cohen, M'; 'Centres pour le Developpement et la Sante; 'University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 'Family Health International, USA PC0184 HIV INFECTION IN WOMEN: A EIGHT YEAR LONGITUDINAL, OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Laynez, F; Diez, F; Collado, A; Yelamos, F; Fernandez P; Hospital Torrecirdenas, Spain PC0185 NIMH-SPONSORED PREVENTION OF HIV AMONG WOMEN Stover, E; Pequegnat, W; Fernandez, I; National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), NIH, USA PC0186 EVALUTION OF THE PREVENTIVE WORK EFFICIENCY WITH HIV-INFECTED WOMEN Macharova, N; Pokrovsky, V; Savchenko, I; Russia AIDS Centre, Russia PC0187 HIV SEROPREVALENCE TRENDS AMONG WOMEN IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Stanecki, KA; Way, PO; US Bureau of the Census, USA PC0188 CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL FEATURE OF 274 HIV+ WOMEN Perez, MA; Potsch, DV; Peixoto, CAM; Rapparini, C; HUCFF; NESC; DI; UFRJ, Brazil PC0189 PREVALENCE OF HIV AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IDENTIFIED AT PRENATAL CLINICS IN BRAZIL Oliveira, R'; Antunes, C'; Perini, N'; Pinheiro, M'; Rodrigues, L2; Sato, P4; Loures, L'; 'Department of Health; 'Ministry of Health; 'UFMG, B Horizonte, Brazil; 4GPA; WHO, Geneva, Switzerland 144

Page  145 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0190 HIV POSITIVE WOMEN-AN EXPERIENCE IN AN ANONIMOUS TESTING CENTER (ATC) IN RIO DE JANEIRO Freitas, L; Silvia, S; Almeida, C; Rodrigues, M; Masson, F; Silva, C; Vasconcelos, A; HESFA; UFRJ, Brazil PC0191 TRENDS OF AIDS EPIDEMIC AMONG WOMEN IN SAO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL Kalichman, AO; Santos, NJSS; Gianna, MC; Grangeiro, A; Santos, LFJG; Domingues, C; Barbieri, DD; Centro de Referencia Treinamento-AIDS, Brazil PC0192 THE PSYCHIC MECHANISMS IN HIV-POSITIVE WOMEN THAT FAVORED CONTAMINATION Verissimo, J; Pucheu, D; Morais de Sa, CA; Gaffree and Guinle University Hospital, Brazil PC0193 CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS INFECTION IN WOMEN IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL Lowndes, CM; Domingues, A; Basso, N; Giffin, K; Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil PC0194 THE SEXUAL PRACTICE AMONG IN-LAWS AS A FUNCTION OF HIV TRANSMISSION: THE CASE OF WIDOWS IN TANZANIA Vivian J; Medical AID Foundation, Tanzania PC0195 SEROCONVERSION TO DUAL REACTIVITY AMONG HIV-1 AND HIV-2 SEROPOSITIVE WOMEN IN ABIDJAN, COTE D'IVOIRE Wiktor, SZ"'; Ekpini, E'; Sibailly, T'; Diaby, L'; Teurquetil, MJ'; Tossou, O'; DeCock, KM"'2; Greenberg, AE"'; 'Projet RETRO-CI, COte d'Ivoire; 'CDC, USA PC0618 HIV AND HCV PREVALENCE IN CHILDBEARING WOMEN AT OUTCOME OF PREGNANCY IN THE PARIS AREA, FRANCE Couturier, E'; Six, C'; Brossard, Y'; Larsen, M2; Henrion, R'; Brunet, JB'; 'European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS, 2Centre d'HEmobiologie Ptrinatale, Hopital St-Antoine, 'Hopital Cochin-Port-Royal, France PC0623 SENTINEL SURVEILLANCE FOR HIV INFECTION IN SEVEN CITIES, COLOMBIA, SOUTH AMERICA Castro, J; Garcia, R; et al; Ministry of Health, Colombia PC15: Epidemiological Factors of AIDS Progression: AIDS of HIV Infection PC0196 LONGITUDINAL OBSERVATION OF 1554 GERMAN IV DRUG ADDICTS WITH HIV-INFECTION: NONLINEAR CD4 SLOPES DECREASING WITH BASELINE CD4 COUNTS Baumgarten, R; Helm, EB; Arasteh, K; Sadri, I; Brockmeyer, NH; Bogner, JR; German AIDS Study Group, Germany PC0197 AIDS MORTALITY RATES AND FACTORS RELATED TO SURVIVAL IN A COHORT OF HOMOSEXUAL MEN Craib, KJP; Strathdee, SA; Hogg, RS; Le, TN; Montaner, JSG; O'Shaughnessy, MV; Schechter, MT; UBC & BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PC0198 LONG-TERM SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED IMMUNODEFICIENCY Chene, G2; Easterbrook, PJ'; Jusczak, E; Yu, LM'; Pocock, S; Gazzard, BG'; 'Chelsea and Westminster Hospital; 2INSERM, UK PC0199 MALIGNANT OUTCOMES FROM A CROSS-STUDY ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS PARTICIPATING IN A COMMUNITY-BASED CLINICAL TRIALS PROGRAM Abrams, DI; Wentworth, DR; Neaton, JD; Sherer, R; Deyton, L;, NIAID, NIH, USA PCO200 VIRAL BURDEN, ANTIVIRAL IMMUNE RESPONSE, AND NONSPECIFIC IMMUNE ACTIVATION IN PREDICTING PROGRESSION OF HIV DISEASE Ascher, MS'; Sheppard, HW'; Lang, W; Busch, MP; Lee, T-H; 'Calif Dept Health Serv, USA PCO201 DETERMINANTS OF HIV DISEASE PROGRESSION AMONG HOMOSEXUAL MEN IN THE TRICONTINENTAL SEROCONVERTER STUDY Veugelers, PJ'; Page, KA2; Tindall, B'; Schechter, MT4; Moss, AR'; Coutinho, RA'; van Griensven, GJP'; 'Municipal Health Service, Netherlands; 2San Francisco Men's Health Study, USA; 'Sydney Cohort Study, Austlaria; 4Vancouver Lymphadenopathy-AIDS Study, Canada; 'San Francisco General Hospital Study, USA PC0202 NATURAL HISTORY OF HIV-1 INFECTION AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS Siddiqui, N; Brown, LS; Meyer, TJ; Addiction Research and Treatment Corporation, USA PC0203 ACTIVATED CD8+ LYMPHOCYTES IN HIV INFECTION De Martinis, M'; D'Ostilio, A'; Ginaldi, L2; Profeta, FV2; Quaglino, D'; 'University of L'Aquila; 2Ser T ULSS TERAMO, Italy PC0204 QUANTITATIVE MEASURES OF p24/gp41 AND p24 HIV ANTIBODY AS PREDICTORS OF PROGRESSION TO AIDS: EVIDENCE FOR EFFECT MODIFICATION BY ZIDOVUDINE Strathdee, SA; Frank, J; Leblanc, M; McLaughlin, J; Major, C; Le, TN; Read, SE; Univ of Toronto; BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PC0205 PROGRESSION TO AIDS IN A COHORT OF ZDV-TREATED SYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS IN ITALY Vella, S; Barcherini, S; Bucciardini, R; Mariotti, S; Ist Sup di Sanitr, Italy 145

Page  146 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0206 ANALYSIS OF HIV-I DISEASE PROGRESSION BY RACE-ETHNICITY Levin, LI2; Chung, RC'; Milazzo, M'; Brundage, JF'; 'The Military Medical Consortium for Applied Retroviral Research; 2WRAIR, USA PC0207 DISEASE PROGRESSION AND SURVIVAL AMONG HIV-INFECTED INJECTING DRUG USERS (IDUs) BY GENDER Brown, LNJD; Wentworth, DN; Sherer, R; Besch, L; Addiction Research & Treatment Corp, USA PCO208 PROGNOSTIC MARHERS OF IMMUNE DECLINE IN THE CASE OF A HIV-1 INFECTED MAN WITH A PRE-EXISTING AUTOIMMUNE DISORDER Douvas, A; Takehana, Y; Ehresmann, G; Univ of Southern Calif, USA PC0209 PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF NEUROLOGICAL SIGNS IN ACUTE HIV INFECTION Bachmeyer, C'; Boufassa, F2; Sereni, D'; Deveau, C2; Carre, N2; Bucquet, D2; SEROCO study group; 'Hopital Cochin, 2HOpital Bicetre, Kremlin-Bicetre, France PCO210 DOES HTLV-II COINFECTION PREDICT CLINICAL PROGRESSION IN HIV-INFECTED DRUG USERS? Hershow, Ronald C; Fukuda, K; Graber, J; Vlahov, D; Rezza, G; Klein, RS; Des Jarlais, D; Vitek, C; Galai, N; Khabbaz, R; Freels, S; Zuckerman, R; Pezzotti, P; Kaplan, J; CDC International Collaborative Study PCO211 SEROPREVALENCE OF M PENETRANS IN HIV-POSITIVE AND HIV-NEGATIVE INDIVIDUALS IN BRAZZAVILLE (CONGO) Grau, O'; Tuppin, P'; Slizewicz, B2; Delamare, 0'; Samba-Lefebre, MC4; Gueguen, M'; Pambou, M'; M'Pele, P'; Montagnier, L'; 'Institut Pasteur; 2Diagnostics Pasteur, Marnes-La-Coquette-France; 'CHU; 4Hospital de Makelekele-Brazzaville; 'PNLS, Congo PC0212 NATURAL HISTORY OF AIDS IN THE CITY OF SAO PAULO Figueiredo, GM'; Lagonegro, E'; Buchala, CM2; 1SES; 2FSPUSP, Brazil PC0213 INTERLEUKIN 6 AND AIDS KAPOSI'S SARCOMA Dourado, I; Detels, R; Martinez-Maza, O; UCLA, USA PC0215 MORTALITY IN HIV INFECTION IN SWITZERLAND AND US A Egger, M; Wentworth, D; von Overbeck, J; Sherer, R; Ledergerber, B; Saravolatz, L; Swiss HIV Cohort Study (SHCS); Community Programs for Clinical Research on AIDS (CPCRA), Switzerland PC0216 MORTALITY ATTRIBUTABLE TO HIV/AIDS AMONG PERSONS AGED 25-44 YEARS BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA; 1990-1991 Wainstein, C; Licciardi, L; Programa SIDA, Secretaria de Salud, MCBA, Argentina PC0217 THE EFFECT OF AIDS ON MORTALITY IN RIO DE JANEIRO Sanches, K1"2; Valente, K'; Sayeg, F'; 'AIDS Department of Secretariat of Health of Rio de Janeiro State; 2Secretariat of Rio de Janeiro City, Brazil PCO218 AIDS SURVIVAL PATTERNS IN A RURAL STATE, 1982-1992 Sy, Francisco S; Scott, WK; Jackson, KJ; University of South Carolina, USA PC0219 DISEASE PROGRESSION AND SURVIVAL AMONG HIV-INFECTED INJECTING DRUG USERS (IDUs) BY ENROLLMENT IN DRUG ABUSE Brown, LS; Stanley J; Neaton, JD; Wentworth, D; Addiction Research & Treatment Corp, USA PC0220 SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH RATE OF WEIGHT LOSS IN HOMOSEXUAL MEN Voigt, R; Hogg, RS; Craib, KJP; Strathdee, SA; Zadra, J; Montaner, JSG; Schechter, MT; UBC & BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PC0221 IS LOW SOCIAL SUPPORT A RISK FACTOR FOR SUBSEQUENT HIV DISEASE PROGRESSION? Willoughby, B; Hogg, RS; Strathdee, SA; Craib, KJP; Zadra, J; Montaner, JSG; Schechter, MT; BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PC0222 SEROCONVERSION TIME AND ITS POSSIBLE RELATION WITH THE WAY OF INFECTION Fay, O; Fernandez, E; Rodenas, E; Taborda, M; Galante, N; Viglianco, R; National University of Rosario, Argentina PC0223 SILICONE APPLICATION AS A RISK FACTOR FOR HIV INFECTION Goihman, S; Ferreira, A; Santos, S; Grandi, JL; Reference and Training Center for AIDS, Brazil PC0224 HLA TYPE AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO HIV INFECTION AND AIDS AMONG CHILDREN IN CATALONIA Just, JJ; Casabona, J; King, MC; Participating Pediatricians; Hospital de Sta Creu i St Pau, Spain; University of California, Berkeley USA; Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain PC0225 POSSIBLE LETHAL OUTCOME OF PRIMARY HIV-INFECTION IN CHILDREN OF NOSOCOMIAL FOCUS Sauhat, S'; Pokrovsky, VV2; Savkova, Z'; Tormozova, N'; Prokopenkova, 5'; Orlov, N'; Zhuravliova, I'; 'SIU "Biopreparat", Rostov-on-Don; 2Russia AIDS Centre; Russia PC0226 SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS PT4 FOOD POISONING AND HIV INFECTION Das, S; Das, PK; India 146

Page  147 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC17: Methodology of Surveillance for HIV/STD PC0227 COMBINED SURVEILLANCE OF ADVANCED HIV DISEASE Abeni, DD; Perucci, CA; Ancona, C; Brancato, G; Peano, RM; Sangalli, M; the Lazio AIDS Coil Group; LRHA, Italy PC0228 VERBAL AUTOPSY AS A TOOL FOR ASSESSING ADULT HIV-1 ATTRIBUTABLE MORTALITY IN A RURAL POPULATION Kamali, A; Wagner, H-U; Kengeya Kayondo, JF; Nakiyingi, J; Mulder, DW; MRC (UK) Programme on AIDS in Uganda/UVRI, Uganda PC0229 SURVEILLANCE METHODS FOR HIV AND STDS Kantharaj, K; Usman; Ganesh; Usha; State AIDS Cell, India PC0230 UNDER-REPORTING OF AIDS CASES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Le, TN; Strathdee, SA; Craib, KJP; Hogg, RS; Devlin, B; Montaner, JSG; Schechter, MT; UBC & BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PC0231 'EVERYBODY COUNTS': AN INNOVATIVE HIV SURVEILLANCE APPROACH Burkman, J; McCoskey, L; Koelndorfer, M; Naylor, D; Stover, D; Kurth, A; Indiana State Department of Health, USA PC0233 ESTIMATION OF THE NUMBER OF HIV SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS KNOWN TO GENERAL PRACTITIONERS IN FRANCE Massari, V; Valleron, A-J; Faculte de Medecine St Antoine, France PC0234 THE REPRODUCIBILITY OF HIV TRANSMISSION CATEGORY IN ITALIAN AIDS SURVEILLANCE Dal Maso, L'; Serraino, D'; Franceschi, S'; Tirelli, U2; Aviano Cancer Center, Italy PC0235 COMPLETENESS OF AIDS REPORTING INMEXICO; A STUDY BASED ON DEATHS BETWEEN 1990 AND 1993 Candelas, E'; Magis, C'; Del Rio, A'; Gonzalez, F'; Gonzalez, G'; Valdespino, JL'; Sepulveda, J2; 'Instituto Nacional de Diagn6stico y Referencia Epidemiol6gicos; 2Subsecretario de Salud, Mexico PC0236 INEXPENSIVE SYSTEM FOR COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF STD CASES IN A SPECIALIZED CLINIC PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL Ramos, MC; Barcellos, NT; Poitevin, N; Gorelik, M; Ferrary, MB; Dias, HC; Willers, DC; Ferreira, J; Patricio, MA; Guedes, LA; Friedrich, R; Torresini R; Silva, VS; Orviedo, JEG; Becker, FF; State Health Secretariat, Brazil PC0237 RESULTS OF THREE CONSECUTIVE INQUIRIES FOR HIV INFECTION SENTINEL SURVEILLANCE AMONG SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES PATIENTS IN PORTO ALEGRE, RS, BRAZIL Loureiro, R; Balsan, M; Ramos, M; Silveira, V; Becker, F; Ferreira, J; Collaborators; Secretaria da Saude, Brazil PC0238 ARE BOTH AIDS CASE REPORTING AND HIV SEROSURVEILLANCE NECESSARY? Lauria, L; Sereno, A; Chequer, Pedro; Ferreira, L; Rodrigues, L; Loures, L; Ministry of Health, Brazil PC0239 1992 NEW AIDS CASE RATE, BY COUNTRY AND WHO-REGION Bernard, RP; Liaison UN & NG Organizations, AIDS FEEDBACK, Switzerland PC0240 DIFFERENTIAL SURVIVAL OF AIDS PATIENTS ACCORDING TO THE 1987 AND THE 1993 CDC CASE DEFINITIONS Vella, S; Chiesi, A; Floridia, M; Giuliano, M; Volpi, A; Dally, LG; Binkin, N; Istituto Superiore di Sanit, Italy PC0241 A SIMPLIFIED PAEDIATRIC AIDS CASE DEFINITION FOR USE WHERE HIV TESTING IS AVAILABLE Loures, L; Gianna, M; Negra, M; Succi, R; Barreira, D; Rubini, N; Lauria, L; Ministry of Health, Brasilia, Brazil PC0242 INVESTIGATION OF MAC BY THE HIV INSIGHT DATABASE Fletcher, P1; Deresinski, SC2; Stavrakas, S3; Fisher, D3; 'IMS International, UK; 2AIDS Community Research Consortium, CA and Stanford University, USA; 'Dun & Bradstreet Health Care, USA PC0243 PREMARITAL HIV TESTING: THE CASE OF MEXICO del Rio, C; Trevino, A; Mellado, E; Quintanilla, M; Muniz, M; CONASIDA (National AIDS Council), Mexico PC0244 FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR COHORT DEVELOPMENT IN REGULAR THAI ARMY SOLDIERS; BARRIERS TO SCREENING FOR HIV Virochsiri, K; et al; AFRIMS, Thailand PC0246 A COMMERCIAL LABORATORY-BASED SURVEY OF ANTI-HIV SEROPREVALENCE IN NORTHERN TOKYO METROPOLITAN AREA Sugimoto, K'; Kihara, M2; Kihara, M'; Imai, M4; Ichikawa, S'; Soda, K3; Kotohbiken Med Lab; 2Kanagawa Cancer Ctr Res Inst; 'Yokohama City Univ; 4Kanagawa Prefectural Public Health Lab, Japan PC0248 IMPROVING STD SURVEILLANCE AMONG TRADERS Wellington, F; Epidemiology Unit, Jamaica PC0249 CHANGES IN THE LABORATORY TEST REQUIRE DURING THE SPREAD OF HIV INFECTION IN ROSARIO, ARGENTINA Taborda, M; Rubio, L; Rodenas, E; Ghioni, G; Fernandez, E; Fay, O; National University of Rosario, Argentina PC0250 POOLED TESTING FOR HIV SCREENING: CAPTURING THE DILUTION EFFECT Wein, LM; Zenios, SA; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA 147

Page  148 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0251 HIV SURVEILLANCE METHOD BY SALIVARY HIV-ANTIBODY TESTING Meesiri, S'; Tussana, P'; Jugsudee, A2; Eiamtrakul, S'; Supakalin, P'; Sirisopana, N'; Singharaj, P'; 'AFRIMS; 2Army Institute of Pathology, RTA, 'Kawila Fort Hospital, RTA, Thailand PC0252 PREVALENCE OF ANTIBODIES TO HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS IN SALIVA AMONG JAPANESE FEMALE BATH-HOUSE WORKERS Ichikawa, S'; Tsukano, K'; Okumura, S'; Zhang, ZQ'; Kihara, M2; Toba, M'; Soda, K'; 'Yokohama City Univ; 2Kanagawa Cancer Center Research Inst; 'Yokohama City Inst of Health, JAPAN PC18: Modeling, Scenario-Analysis of HIV Projection PC0253 ESTIMATING THE GLOBAL IMPACT OF INTERVENTIONS TO DECREASE THE SPREAD OF HIV IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES BY THE YEAR 2000 Schopper, D'; Bertran, A2; 1WHO, Switzerland; 2INSERM U88, France PC0254 RECONSTRUCTION AND PREDICTION OF HIV/AIDS IN EUROPE Downs, AM'; Heisterkamp, SH2; Ancelle-Park, RA'; Brunet, JB'; 'European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS, France; 2RIVM, the Netherlands PC0255 BACKCALCULATION USING DATES OF HIV ANTIBODY TESTS Dietz, K; Dept of Med Biometry, Germany PC0256 SEGMENTED COX MODELS CAN DISTINGUISH SHORT AND LONG TERM AIDS PROGRESSION MARKERS Fore, AJ'; Kramer, A',2; Grund, B'; Hannan, P'; 'University of Minnesota, USA; 2Bielefeld University, Germany PC0257 INFLUENCE OF THERAPY ON HIV INCIDENCE ESTIMATES IN ITALY Mariotti, S; Cascioli, R; Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Italy PC0258 MODELLING HIV-INFECTION AMONG CHILDREN IN QUEBEC Remis, RS; Palmer, RWH; Centre for AIDS Studies, Montreal General Hospital Public Health Unit, Canada PC0259 COUNTRY-SPECIFIC PROJECTIONS OF THE DEMOGRAPHIC IMPACT OF AIDS IN THE COMING DECADES Way, PO; Stanecki, K; US Bureau of the Census, USA PC0260 EXTRAPOLATION OF PEAK AND POSSIBLE DECLINE OF HIV INCIDENCE IN ASIA Sankaran, H; Manoharan, SJ; Sankaran, S; DESH, India PC0261 PREDICTION ON HIV AND AIDS INCIDENCE IN JAPAN Kakehashi, M'; Anderson, RM2; 'Hiroshima Univ, Japan; 2Univ of Oxford, UK PC0262 PREDICTION OF THE INCIDENCE OF AIDS/HIV IN JAPAN BY DELPHI METHOD Kamakura, M'; Shimada, N; Ichikawa, S2; Soda, K; Morio, S'; Fukutomi, K4; Hashimoto, S4; Shiomi, S'; 'Keio Univ; 2Yokohama City Univ; 'Tottori Univ; 4The Inst of Public Health; 'Utsunomia Public Health Center, Japan PC0263 EXPONENTIAL PHASE OF HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC IN JAPAN Inaba, H; Institute of Population Problems, Japan PC0264 RISK ASSESSMENT OF SPREAD OF STD (SPECIFICALLY, AIDS) BY COMPUTER SIMULATION Kubo, T; Shigemitsu, S; Asaka, M; Tsukuba University, Japan PC0265 SIMULATION OF A FUZZY MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF HIV/ AIDS EPIDEMIC IN JAPAN Morio, S; Soda, K; Hashimoto, S; Fukutomi, K; Shiomi, S; Ichikawa, S; Kamakura, M; Tottori Uniiersity, Japan PC0266 HIV/AIDS IN FRENCH GUIANA: MODELLING THE EPIDEMIC Sobesky, M'; Nadal, JM2; Pradinaud, R';'Hospital Center Cayenne, French Guiana; 2Ministry of Health, France PC0267 EVOLUTION OF HIV PREVENTION & CONTROL STRATEGIES IN INDIA Ashar, R; Bhimani, G; Gilada, I; Bora, P; Indian Health Organisation, India PC0268 MONITORINGMECHANISM FOR THE AIDS CONTROL PROGRAMME-THE INDIAN EXPERIENCE Dasgupta, PR; van Dam, CJI'; Lal, S; Salil, P; Brenny, PJ'; National AIDS Control Organization; 'WHO, India PC0269 AIDS/HIV, PROJECTION AND OPTIMAL INTERVENTION STRATEGIES McGrail, LM; Moy, EV'; Financial Engineering Associates, 'Internal Medicine Private Practice, USA PC0270 DILEMMA BETWEEN PREVENTION OF EPIDEMIC OF AIDS AND FALL IN POPULATION BY CONDOM USE Sasaki, N'; Naito, M2; Kambara, T'; 'Nippon Dental Univ; 2Hitachi Ltd; 'Univ Electro-Communications, Japan PC0271 EFFECT OF MATCHING MALE AND FEMALE SEXUAL PARTNER REPORTS ON THE SPREAD OF HIV Le Pont, F'; Clem, C'; Pakdaman, K'; ACSF investigators2; Valleron, AJ; 'B3e INSERM U263; 2INSERM U292, France PC0272 AIDS AMONG IDU'S: WHEN A NEEDLE CAN BE A 'VECTOR' Burattini, MN; Massad, E; Carvalho, HB; Mesquita, F; Bueno, RC; Paes, GL; LO1/HCFMUSP, IEPAS-Santos, Brazil 148

Page  149 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0273 A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG IDU Yang, HM; Carvalho, HB; Massad, E; Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil PC0274 TRENDS IN YEAR OF POTENTIAL LIFE LOST IN AIDS COMPARING TO PRINCIPAL DEATHS CAUSES IN CHILE Bachelet, M; Ortiz, E; Child, R; National Comission of AIDS, Chile PC0275 EVALUATION ON A YEAR PERIOD OF ANTIRETROVIRAL DRUG BANK FOR HIV/AIDS PATIENTS OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES IN CHILE Bustos, P; Child, R; Toro, L; National Comission of Health, Chile PC19: Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis PC0276 SOCIOECONOMIC RISK FACTORS FOR HIV AND TUBERCULOSIS IN KENYA Orege, P; Obura, M; Okello, C; Okuku, P; Were, M; Alupe Research Centre, Kenya PC0277 HIV/AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS (Tb) AND PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE IN CANADA de Burger, R; Canadian Public Health Association, Canada PC0278 HIV-1, HTLV-1, AND TUBERCULOSIS AMONG INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL Kritski, A'; Carvalho, ACC2; Schechter, M2; Vieira, MAS'; Oliveira, J'; Werneck-Barroso, E'; Ferreira, 04; Novor, P4; Hearst, N'; 'Serv Pneumologia Hosp Clem Fraga/UFRJ; 2Serv DIP-HUCFF/UFRJ; 'ITP/UFRJ; 4lnst Emilio Ribas/SP; 'CAPS/UCSF, USA PC0279 HOSPITALIZATION OF HIV INFECTED PATIENTS WITH TB IN NY STATE: 1987-92 Han, Y; Kaufman, G; Hoos, D; Feldman, I; Agins, B; AIDS Institute New York State, USA PC0280 COINFECTION IN TUBERCULOSIS/AIDS-DESCRITIVE ANALYSES OF CASES IN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-BRAZIL 1988/1992 Patroclo, MA; University Hospital Clementino F Filho= UFRJ, Brazil PCO281 TUBERCULOSIS MORTALITY AND HIV/AIDS IN BUENOS AIRES Wainstein, C; Notari, M; Cahn, P; Bennetucci, J; Secretaria de Salud; Hosp JA Fernandez; Hosp F Muniz, Argentina PC0282 AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS AND SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS IN LONDON 1993 Maguire, HC'; El Mosuly, S2; PHLS Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre; 2South West Thames Regional Health Authority, England PC0283 FROM DISEASE CLASSIFICATION TO SURVEILLANCE: BENEFIT FROM NAMING HIV TUBERCULOSIS AIDS? Laporte, A; Lot, F; Pinget, R; Pillonel, J; Triol, I; National Network of Public Health, France PC0284 AIDS AND TUBERCULOSIS IN ASIA: A PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITY FOR THE REGION Narain, JP; Pattanayak, S; WHO/SEARO, India PC0285 HIV SERPOSITIVITY IN Tb-A STUDY IN CALCUTTA Dey, SK'; Chatterjee, I'; Chakroborty, MS2; Pal, NK'; Chakraborty, S'; 'Cal Med Coll; 2Sch Trop Med, India PC0286 HIV INFECTION IN CASES OF TUBERCULOSIS (AN INDIAN PROFILE) Das, PK; Das, S; Calcutta Peerless Hospital, India PC0287 THE INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN STDs, HIV & TUBERCULOSIS IN COLOMBO DISTRICT OF SRI LANKA Fernando, DFS, Sri Lanka PC20: Preparation Programs for Vaccine Trials PC0288 THE FEASIBILITY OF VACCINE EFFICACY TRIALS IN GAY MEN AND IDU'S IN THE USA Sheon, A; Buchbinder, S; Davenny, K; Judson, F; MacQueen, K; Mckiman, D; Metzger, D; Marmor, M; Nelson, K; NIAID, NIH, USA PC0O290 THE PREPARATION FOR AIDS VACCINE EFFICACY TRIAL IN INDIA Rodrigues, J'; Mehendale, S'; Shephard, M2; Quinn, T2; Divekar, A'; Brookmeyer, R2; Gangakhedkar, R'; Gokhale, M'; Bollinger, R2'; 'NARI (ICMR), India; 2JHU, USA PC0291 ACCEPTABILITY OF HIV VACCINE TRIALS IN HIGH RISK COHORTS IN MOMBASA, KENYA Bwayo, J; Jackson, D; Rakwar, J; Nyange, P; Martin, H; Kreiss, J; University of Nairobi, Kenya; University of Washington, USA PC0292 HIV-VACCINE TRIAL PREPARATIONS IN KIGALI, RWANDA Estey, JD; Fox, E,; Allen, S; University of California, USA PC0293 HIV PREVENTIVE VACCINES: SOCIAL, ETHICAL AND POLITICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR DOMESTIC EFFICACY TRIALS Hodel, D'; Burke, D2; Chesney, M3; Fullilove, R4; Osborn, J'; Stevens, C6; Vermund, S'; the Steering Committee; 'AIDS Action Foundation; 2Walter Reed Army Institute for Research; 'Center for AIDS Prevention Studies; 4HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies; 'University of Michigen; 'New York Blood Center; 'National Institute of Health, USA 149

Page  150 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0294 PSYCHIATRIC FOLLOW-UP OF VOLUNTEERS IN AN HIVVACCINE TRIAL Linard, F'; Stoessel, P2; Giami, A3; Souteyrand, Y4; VAX Group; 'INSERM U158; 2Hopital Pasteur; 3INSERM; 4ANRS, France PC0295 PROPHYLACTIC VACCINE TRIALS: WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT HIV? Kippax, S; Crawford, J; Macquarie University, NSW, Australia PC28: Evaluation of Prevention Programs PC0296 EFFECTIVENESS OF AN AIDS CAMPAIGN AND THE LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT AIDS IN TURKEY Balik, I; Univ of Ankara, Turkey PC0297 THE CHALLENGE OF HIV PREVENTION AMONG MIGRANTS IN CANADA: A PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENTION MODEL Adrien, A; Leaune, V; Montreal General Hospital PHU, Canada PC0298 EVALUATION OF AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN HONG KONG Lau, JTF; Lee, SS; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong PC0299 PROGRAM EVALUATION OF HIV EDUCATION IN CITY/PERIPHERAL SCHOOLS Chandhok, K; Meloot, J; Sankaran, S, Peter S; Santoshi; Deepam Educational Society for Health (DESH), India PCO300 ADOLESCENTS HIV/AIDS SENSITIZATION LEVEL: IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERVENTION Igbanugo, V; University of Ibadan, Nigeria PC0303 SHARING EVALUATION FINDINGS WITH THE COMMUNITY Kabanda, M'; Musungu, M1; Marum, E2; Mutambi, A1; Coglan, A3; 'TASO; 2USAID; 'World Learning Inc, Uganda PC0304 EVALUATION OF AIDS KNOWLEDGE BEFORE AND AFTER THE MAGIC JOHNSON ANNOUNCEMENT Calmes, D, Brown, CP, Singleton, AF; King-Drew Medical Center, University of California, Los Angeles, USA PC0305 EVALUATION OF AN HIV EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION: DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF HIV INCIDENCE Daniell, FD; Garland, FC; Skelly, RR; Navy Medical HIV Program, USA PC0306 INTERDISCIPLINARY MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF HIV EDUCATION EFFORTS Skelly, RR; Daniell, FD; Garland, FC; Allely, E; Uniformed Services University, USA PC0307 EVALUATION DILEMMA: SEROTESTING IN NEEDLE-EXCHANGE PROGRAMS, HELPFUL OR COUNTERPRODUCTIVE? Schepp-Beelen, JCHM; de Jongh-Wieth, FE; de Wildt, GR; Beaumont, WJO; GGD-City Health Department, Netherlands PC0308 EVALUATION OF RISK BEHAVIOUR: RESULTS AND LESSONS LEARNED IN FOUR SETTINGS Carael, M; Mertens, T; WHO/Global Programme on AIDS, Geneva, Switzerland PC0309 AIDS PREVENTION WITH THE HELP OF STREETWORKERS AMONG THE PROSTITUTES OF THE CAPITAL Bolvary, K; Vaczi, M; National Institute for Health Promotion, Hungary PCO310 EVALUATION OF TALKS ABOUT BASIC AIDS INFORMATION AND PREVENTION IN OAXACA, MEXICO Wulf, U'; Munoz, B2; Wolf, B2; Mayagoitia, N2; 'ASA-Project, Germany; 2Frente Comun Contra el SIDA, Mexico PCO311 STD/AIDS EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL IN A MAJOR REGIONAL NEWSPAPER: EVALUATION OF IMPACT ON KNOWLEDGE Rigotti, G; Loureiro, R; Barcellos, N; Gerbase, A; Collaborators; Secretaria da Satde, RGS, Brazil PC0312 EVALUATION OF A PREVENTION INDICATOR IN PRENATAL CLINICS IN BRAZIL Perini, N'; Pinheiro, M'; Bernardo, E'; Oliveira, D'; Paranhos, N'; Loures, L2; Lauria, L2; 'Health Department, Brazil; 2Ministry of Health, Brazil PC0313 THE GENERAL PUBLICS KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES TO HIV IN LEICESTERSHIRE, A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON, 1994 Chohan, SK; Weisner, W; Leicestershire, UK PC0314 HEALTH PROPAGANDA ON AIDS IN SICHUAN Yan, D; Zhang, L; Liu, G; Health and Anti-Epidemic Center of Sichuan Province, China PC0315 INTERVENTION DEVELOPMENT IN HIGH RISK SETTINGS-THE TAMIL NADU EXPERIENCE Radhakrishnan, KM; State AIDS Cell, India PC0316 IMPACT OF HIV TESTING AND COUNSELING ON KNOWLEDGE AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOR: A SURVEY CARRIED OUT IN PARIS Momas, I; Pretet, S; Helal, H; Marsal, L; Poinsard, R; DASES-Paris, France PC0317 IMPACT OF AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAMMES ON THE HUMAN POPULATION FROM THE CENTRAL PART OF UGANDA Mworeko, A; Asega, C; Kyeyune, D; NBB, MOH, Uganda Blood Transfusion Service, Uganda 150

Page  151 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0318 NATION WIDE INFORMATION CAMPAIGNS HAVE LITTLE IMPACT ON CALLS RECEIVED AT THE NATIONAL AIDS HOT LINE IN SWEDEN Viherkoski, J; Rommel-Westling, A; HammarstrOm, E; Ahlin, P; Uhlen, M'; The Noah's Ark-Red Cross Foundation; Statistic Sweden, Sweden PC0319 IMPACT OF INTEGRATED FP AND STD ACTIVITIES ON AIDS PREVENTION Fofanah, MF; Kosia, A; NACP, Connaught Hosp, S, Leone PC0320 ANALYSIS OF PERSONAL BACKGROUND OF EXAMINEES OF HIV ANTIBODY TEST AT MUNICIPAL HEALTH CENTERS IN YOKOHAMA CITY Tsuchida, K; Satomi, M; Katsushima, S; Tabata, K; Tsukamoto, M; Kohoku Newtown Health Service Center, Japan PC0321 INVOLUNTARY HIV TESTING: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF IMMUNE PROFILES OF HIV+ PATIENTS TESTED INVOLUNTARILY VS VOLUNTARILY D'Allesandro, DJ; Schechter, CS; Masci, JR; Mt Sinai Sch of Medicine, USA PC0322 THE STATE OF THE WORLD'S RESPONSE TO THE HIV/AIDS PANDEMIC Tarantola, D; Mann, J; Harvard School of Public Health, USA PC0323 IMPACT OF THE HIV IN THE MORBITY AND MORTALITY OF LOW CLASS URBAN POPULATION DURING A MEASLES EPIDEMIC Martinez, L; Ducos, J; Familia, D; Uni6n Latinoamericana contra lasETS (ULACETS), Rep Dominica 151

Page  152 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD01: Preventive Education PD00001 ANONYMOUS VOLUNTARY HIV SCREENING FROM SALIVA AT A ROCK CONCERT Ujhelyi, E'; Binhegyi, D2; Tarjin, V'; Legrtdy, E3; Barnes, D4; 'NIHBTI; 2NIHP; 3Hung AIDS Found; Hungary; 4SDS Saliva Diagn Syst, UK PD0002 REFRAMING THE CONCEPT OF HIV RISK IN PUERTO RICAN YOUTH BY USING SOCIAL NETWORK DATA Alegria, M; Vera, M; Univ of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico PD0003 THE ROLE OF DRAMA IN DISSEMINATING AIDS/STD INFORMATION AMONG YOUTHS Williams, D; National AIDS Programme, Sierra Leone PD0004 RURAL YOUTHS AND THE AIDS CAMPAIGN IN BURKINA FASO Tankoano, F; Plan International, Burkina Faso PD0005 PEER-LED HIV/AIDS PROGRAM TARGETING FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES Fleras, J; ReachOut AIDS Education Foundation, Philippines PD0006 AIDS NETWORK FOR YOUTH WORKERS AND TEACHERS IN HONG KONG Ho Chi On Billy; City Polytechnic of Hong Kong, Hong Kong PD0007 A YOUTH FUNDING SCHEME FOR ENCOURAGING YOUTH INVOLVEMENT AND FACILITATING YOUTH NETWORKING IN HONG KONG Fung, Cheung Tim; The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, Hong Kong PD0008 PARTICIPATIVE HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAMS: YOUTH AND STD/AIDS Moura, G; Neumann, E'; GAPA/RS; 'FEBEM/RS, Brazil PDO009 INTEGRATING YOUTH SOCIAL ACTIVITIES WITH AIDS EDUCATION - A KENYAN EXPERIENCE Odhiambo, D; Kenya AIDS Society, Kenya PD0010 THE CDC PREVENTION MARKETING INITIATIVE: TARGETING A GENERATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE Shepherd, MB; Gentry, EM; CDC, USA PD0011 THE ROLE OF MULTI-THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS IN DEVELOPING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS TO REDUCE HIV TRANSMISSION Shtarkshall, RA; The Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine of the Hebrew University and Hadassah, Israel PDO012 CONDOM OR SEXUAL MORALITY, THE CHOICE OF CHINESE MEDICAL STUDENTS FOR PREVENTING HIV INFECTION Zhu, Qi; National Health Education Institute, China PD0013 CONSIDERATIONS IN PROVIDING AN HIV/AIDS TELEPHONE INFORMATION SERVICE Tomkins, M; Albion Street Centre, Australia PD0014 HEALTH EDUCATION FOR THE HIV VIRUS PREVENTION Osojnik, TM; Duprat, E; Stolovitzsky, I; National Education Ministry, Argentina PD0O015 OPEN THE GATE TO HEALTH: AN ILLUSTRATED INFANTILE STORY ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTH SELF-CARE Salame-Alfie, E; Cruz, R; Castillo, E; Mexico PD0016 AIDS EDUCATION IN MUSIC VIDEO Espejo, A; Reach Out AIDS Education Foundation, Philippines PD00017 FOLLOW-UP ON BARBERS AS HIV EDUCATORS FOR MEN John, JK; Clement, S; CMC, India PD0018 A PARTICIPATORY HIV/AIDS FAMILY EDUCATION PROGRAMME: THE CASE OF THE 'FAMILY COMPOUND' STRUCTURE OF INNER-IBADAN CITY, NIGERIA Mansaray, A; University of Ibadan, Nigeria PD0019 HIV PREVENTION AND EDUCATION IN ST PETERSBURG DURING THE 1994 GOODWILL GAMES Chaika, N; Saldanha, VP; Pasteur Institute, Russia PD00020 A NOVEL WAY OF REACHING TO THE CITY YOUNGSTERS WITH HIV-AIDS MESSAGE Bhattacharya, RD; Tatu, A; Kalindi, P; Gajjar, M; GAP, SIRMCE, India PD0021 PREVENT THE TERMINATOR FROM SPREADING HIS TENTACLES Sashyalatha, K; Kasturba Medical College, India PD00022 HIV PREVENTION DOES WORK TO REDUCE NEW INFECTIONS Choi, Kyung-Hee; Coates, TJ; University of California, San Francisco, USA PD0023 HARMONY IN SEX Atanasov, R; Methodieff, M; Kabakchieva, E; Youth Club "Eros and Psyche", Bulgaria PDO024 HIV INTERVENTION AMONG VISUALLY HANDICAPPED Saravanamuthu; Vijayaraghavan, H; Padmanabhan, G; Ushakumari South India Aids Action Programme, India 152

Page  153 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0025 DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE AIDS PREVENTION MESSAGES Johnson, E; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Admin, USA PD0026 REACHING OUT TO THE HARD-TO-REACH PUBLIC Periaswamy, K; Usha, R; Communicable Diseases Hospital, India P00027 OUTREACH WORK Mataka, EN; Kasote, C; Nkhata, L; Kapusa, ER; Family Health Trust, Zambia P00028 WHAT INTEREST HAS PUBLIC HEALTH IN BUSINESS RELATED AIDS PREVENTION IN APEC? Kimball, AM'; University of Washington, USA PD00029 PREVENTIVE ACTS, SYSTEMS OF PREVENTION, AND PERCEPTION OF RISK Schiltz, MA';Adam, P'; 'CAMS-CNRS; 2EHESS, France PD0030 EFFECTIVE AIDS EDUCATION MATERIALS Kitazawa, K: AHNI Publishing Co, Ltd, Japan PD0031 A CREATIVE COMPETITION: "3000 FILM SCENARIOS AGAINST A VIRUS" Jayle, D'; Ugidos, A'; Poutier, A'; Boujenah, J-L2; Guilbert, M2; Roux, P'; Poirot, J-L3; 'Centre Regional d'lnformation et de Prevention du SIDA (CRIPS); 2Medecins Du Monde; 'Association des Enseignants SIDA de St-Antoine (AESSA), France PD0032 HOTLINE MOBILE TO SCHOOLS FOR AIDS EDUCATION Intarajit, O; Karinchai, N; Hotline Center Foundation, Thailand PD0033 REACHING THE 'INVINCIBLE' CULT MEMBERS WITH AIDS EDUCATION Adegboye, A; Eze, E; Ojo, O; OAU, Nigeria PD0034 CORRELATES OF CONDOM USE Corless, I'; Cobb, B2; Gray, S2; Fulton, R'; Belyea, M2; 'MGH, IHP; 2'Univ of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; 'Univ of Minnesota, USA PDO035 THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ADOLESCENT SEXUAL SELF Buzwell, S; Rosenthal, D; La Trobe University, Australia PDO036 FEAR AND NEGATIVE FEELINGS AS OBSTACLES TO PREVENT AIDS Wilches, I; Pino, E; Psychologist, Colombia PD0037 EFFECTIVENESS OF PEER EDUCATORS IN IMPARTING HIV EDUCATION Ganesh, V; Manoharan, SJ; Chrysostem, J; Sridhar; Sankaran, S; DESH, India P00038 AIDS AND SEX RELATED EDUCATION THROUGH ACTIVE LEARNING Mpemba, NG; Maclachlan, M; Chimombo, M; University of Malawi, Malawi PD0039 FIRST INTERNATIONAL COURSE ON PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE STD/AIDS PROGRAMS IN LATIN AMERICA Guerrero, E'; Casanova, J2; Betts, C3; Carrington, C4; 'UniOn Latinoamericana contra las ETS (ULACETS), Dominican Republic; 'AIDS Task Force, Brussels, EEC; 3PAHO; 4UNACETS, USA PD00040 THE RESPONSE OF THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY IN UGANDA TO AIDS EDUCATION Kagimu, M'; Munyagwa, R'; Marum, E2; 'Islamic Medical Association; 2USAID, Uganda IMPACT OF AIDS EDUCATION AMONG COLLEGE YOUTHS Padhye, M; Das, S; AIDS Prevention & Research Organisation, India PD0041 PD0042 A CREATIVE SEXUALITY IN SERVICE OF AIDS PREVENTION Rojas, EJ; Comunidad Homosexual Argentina, Argentina P00043 APTATEEN, AN AIDS PREVENTION PROJECT WITH SAO PAULO TEENAGERS Pinto, T; Moraes, W; Okida, C; Rivadavia, B; Will, D; APTA Association for AIDS prevention and Treatment, Brazil WORKING MODULE FOR HIV EDUCATION FOR YOUTH Sankaran, S; Chandhok, K; Ganesh, RV; Deepam Educational Society for Health (DESH), India PD0044 PD00045 INTEGRATION OF RURAL YOUTHS ON AIDS PREVENTION Odera, EOM; Omondi, B; The Kenya Society for People with AIDS (KESPA), Kenya PD02: Minority Groups and Indigenous People PD00046 DESIGNING, NEGOTIATING AND IMPLEMENTING AN INTERSECTORAL AIDS PROGRAM IN A CONSERVATIVE, DECENTRALISED POPULATION WITH A SIGNIFICANT INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY Donald, K; Steinberg, M; Univ of Queensland Medical School, Australia 153

Page  154 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education P00047 THE RESPONSE OF THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY IN UGANDA TOWARDS THE CHALLENGE OF THE AIDS EPIDEMIC Rashid, M; Kagimu, M; Walakira, Y; Islamic Medical Association of Uganda, Uganda PD0048 HIV POSITIVE ASIANS IN SYDNEY: A HIDDEN MINORITY Camit, MC; AIDS Council of NSW, Australia P00049 BELIEFS ABOUT HIV AMONG ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDERS Loue, S; Lloyd, LS; Phoombour, E; Case Western Reserve U, USA PD0050 AIDS AWARENESS IN THE AFGHAN REFUGEES AND THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY Gohar, A; The Human-Nest, Pakistan P00051 PROFILES OF AMERICAN INDIAN ADOLESCENT CONCERN ABOUT AIDS Barney, DD; MSW Indian Child Welfare Specialist, USA PD0052 CREATING A SELF RELIANT COMMUNITY BASED AGENCY SERVING AFRICANS IN CANADA Oloo, DO; Nakyonyi, M; Africans in Partnership against Aids (APAA), Canada PD00053 EMOTIONAL SUPPORT GROUPS FOR AIDS AFFECTED SPECIAL GROUPS: IMMIGRANTS WITH LANGUAGE BARRIERS IN THE USA Goldvarg, D; AIDS Project Los Angeles, USA PD0054 TO PREVENT HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG HIGH-RISK HARD-TO-REACH GROUPS IN STOCKHOLM Komolafe, R; Jallow, A; EDO-Kulturforening, Sweden PD0055 A KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND BEHAVIOR STUDY OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN, LATINO, AND WHITE MEN Minns, DR; National Task Force On AIDS Prevention, USA PD0056 NATIONAL HIV/AIDS HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDER NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR NATIVE AMERICANS Rowell, R; National Native American AIDS Prevention Center, USA PD0057 FINAL REPORT ABOUT AIDS/HIV KNOWLEDGE IN NORTH WEST ARGENTINIAN INDIGENOUS WOMEN Oria, P; Taller Permanente de la Mujer, Argentina PD0058 A STUDY OF KAB ON AIDS/STD AMONG IMMIGRANT WORKERS IN AN INDIAN RESTAURANT, SELANGOR, MALAYSIA Subbiah, E; Univ of Malaya, Malaysia PD0059 KNOWLEDGE OF HIV/AIDS AMONG PEOPLE FROM AFGHANISTAN RESIDING IN CANADA Purohit, A"2; Chakraborty, J2; Fahim, Z'; Shah, S2; Niru, KM4; 'Harvard-Deaconess; 2Med Coll of OH; 'St Paul's Hosp, USA; 'Afghan Assoc, Canada P00060 CHALLENGES OF ADDRESSING NEEDS OF ASIANS & PACIFIC ISLANDERS LIVING WITH HIV IN NEW YORK CITY Eckholdt, H; Chin, J; Manzon, J; Kim, D; Asign & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS, USA PDO4: Key Issues for Health Care Providers PD0061 HIV EDUCATION FOR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS: USE OF A SLIDE-LECTURE SERIES Fuller, JD; Libman, H; Boston City and Beth Israel Hospitals, USA PD0062 CHANGES IN KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES ABOUT AIDS AMONG NURSES IN MIE PREFECTURE, JAPAN Kawahara, N'; Hashizume, E'; Murashima, S'; Tanaka, H'; Nagami, K'; Mizutani, S'; Morishita, T'; Tomita, Y'; Minami, N2; Deguchi, K2; 'Mie Nursing College; 2Mie University School of Medicine, Japan PD0063 COMPLIANCE WITH UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS AND CLIENT COUNSELING AMONG PHARMACY OPERATORS IN TWO NIGERIAN TOWNS Uwakwe, C'; Lurie, P2; Mansaray, A'; Onwu, G'; 'Ibadan University, Nigeria; 2University of California, San Francisco, USA PD00064 TUBERCULOSIS AND HIV A COLLABORATIVE TRAINING COURSE; Carvalho, RMG'2; Dalcomo, MMP2; Passman, L'; Costa, MEW2; Procopio, MJRO2; et al'; 'Secretariat of Health Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 2Ministry of Health, Brazil; 'UCLA, USA PD0065 STUDIES ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND BEHAVIOR TO HIV/ AIDS IN YOKOHAMA, PART 3 HEALTH CARE AND MEDICAL CARE WORKERS Kimura, H; Tanaka, Y; Ichikawa, S; Toba, M'; Kashima, Y; Yamada, T; Ito, A; Doi, R; Soda, K; Yokohama City University; 'Yokohama City Institute of Health; Japan P00066 PATIENT ADHERENCE ISSUES: AN EDUCATIONAL AND SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR RESEARCH NURSES Child, C'; Charlebois, E'; Chesney, M2; Camp, B'; Mitchell, T'; Abrams, DI'; 'Univ of CA, Community Consortium; 2Univ of CA, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies; 'AIDS Community Research Consortium, USA PD0067 ASSESSING AIDS TRAINING OF HEALTH WORKERS Gacad, EG; Villaflor, C; Cortez, G; Fandino, J; Department of Health, Philippines 154

Page  155 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education P00068 EVALUATING THIRD YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS SKILLS IN PERFORMING HIV RISK ASSESSMENT Gates, JD; Nyquist, J; AIDS Education and Training Center for Southern California, USA PD0069 CHINESE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS' ATTITUDES TOWARDS AIDS CARE; Li, VC; Cole, B; UCLA School of Public Health, USA PD0070 A SURVEY OF SURGEONS' ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES IN THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION IN JAPAN Eriguchi, M; Fujii, Y; Takeda, Y; University of Tokyo, Japan PD0071 R&D ON NEW PREVENTIVE MEDICINE FOR THE ERA OF LIVING WITH AIDS Maruchi, N; Wei, N; Fattah, A; Li, T; Nakama, H; Shinshu University School of Medicine, Japan PD0072 PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS IN HIV/AIDS PROGRAMMES Jayaratnam, R; Smith, C; Elcha, UK PD0073 SURVEY OF DENTIST'S KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES TO AIDS/ HIV IN JAPAN Aizawa, F'; Aizawa, Y'; Asakawa, H2; Inoue, K2; Nishihara, T2; Hanada, N2; Akada, H2; 'Iwate Medical Univ; 2NIH, Japan P00074 REQUESTS OF SEROLOGIC HIV TESTS IN GENERAL PRACTICE AND IN HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT CLINICS Maria, V; Pimpao, V; Carvalho, L; Lucas, M; Sousa, A; Victorino, R; University Hospital of Santa Maria, Portugal PD0075 INFECTION CONTROL AND THE AWARENESS IN DENTAL CLINICS IN JAPAN Shinsho, F'; Komai, T2; 'Osaka Univ; 2Tottori Univ, Japan PD0076 EVALUATION OF TRAINING COURSE FOR FRENCH NURSES POPULATION FROM FRANCE REGION ILE DE FRANCE Troussier, T; Timol, F; DDASS (Ministere de la Sante), France PDO077 NURSE EDUCATION AND HIV INFECTED STUDENTS Hayter M; Rimmer, A; Hodgson, I; Bussingham C; Crowley, J; University of Sheffield, UK P00078 ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS TOWARD AIDS AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR OF HOSPITAL DOCTORS AND NURSES IN PORTUGAL Amaro, F'; Teles, L'; Mourao, V'; 'Bom Sucesso Foundation and International University; 2Bom Sucesso Foundatin; Technical University, Portugal PD0079 "KNOWLEDGE ABOUT TUBERCULOSIS (TB) OF HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS (HCP) IN A CENTER FOR AIDS" Pacca, JC; Cavalcante, NF; Barbieri, DD; Monteiro, AL; Mendes, NR; Training and Reference Center-AIDS, Brazil PDOO80 THE RESULTS OF A SERIES OF AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR NURSES IN JAPAN Iijima, M'; Kamakura, M2; Matsuoka, S'; 'National Federation of Health Insurance Societies; 'Keio Univ; 'Matsusita Electric Health Insurance Societies, Japan PD00081 EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON AIDS CONTROL BY INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH Osaki, Y; Institute of Public Health, Japan PD0082 COLLEAGUE RESPONSIBILITY IN BIOLOGICAL FLUID EXPOSURES AMONG HEALTH CARE WORKERS (HCWS) IN A GENERAL HOSPITAL Chiodera, A; Milini, P; Tomasoni, D; Gulletta, M; Cristini, G; Gussago, A; Bonardi, A; Signorini, A; Carosi, G; Univ & Gen Hosp, Italy PD0083 EDUCATING A NATIONAL MEDICAL WORKFORCE IN HIV/AIDS Stewart, GJ; Westmead Hospital, Australia PD0084 THE CANADIAN HIV PRIMARY CARE MENTORSHIP PROJECT Klein, A'; Rachlis, A2; Peter, A2; Hettiarachchi, D2; Berger, P3; Lavery, J2; 'Mount Sinai Hosp; 'Sunnybrook Health Science Centre; 'Wellesley Hosp, Canada PD00085 INDIVIDUAL AND COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO LOSS: COPING WITH HIV AND AIDS GRIEF Braybrook, T; French, J; Kippax, S; Macquarie University, Australia PD0086 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOR TO AIDS/HIV IN ACUPUNCTURE THERAPISTS AND HAIRDRESSERS Tajima, K'; Hirose, K'; Fujihira, N2; Hasegawa, S2; Fujioka, M2; 'Aichi Cancer Ctr Res Institute; 'Department of Health, Aichi Prefecture, Japan PD0087 AIDS COMMUNITY AWARENESS PROJECT NWFP PAKISTAN Mohammad, T; Shah, H; Khan, I; Physicians Forum for Family Planning, Pakistan PD0088 PUBLIC AND HEALTH CARE WORKER KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES TOWARD HIV INFECTION IN SAGA Inoue, E'; Sano, M; Tadano, J; Miyazaki, S; Shimamoto, Y; Ohta, Y; Harada, Y; Edakuni, Y; Saga Medical School, Japan PDO089 HIV/AIDS EDUCATION FOR POLISH NURSES Williams, A'; Burgess, J'; Chalecka, I'; Orlowska, J'; Ortowska, E'; Zielinska, W; 'Yale University, USA; 'Gdansk Medical Academy, Poland 155

Page  156 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD090 KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES OF MOROCCAN MEDICAL RESIDENTS TOWARDS HIV INFECTION Himmich, H; Chraibi, S; Heikel, J; Chakib, A; University Hospital Center, Morocco PD0091 A PSYCHIATRIC NURSES TRAINING PROGRAM IN AIDS: WHY DIDN'T WE ACHIEVE OUR INITIAL GOALS? Tostes, M'; Ribeiro, E2'; 'AIDS Program HUCFF-Psych Inst; 2NUTES-Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Brasil PD0092 THIRD COUNTRY TRAINING OF HIV LABORATORY TECHNICIANS Ndumbe, PM; Tchonwou, PB; Abongwa, JN; Salla, R; Fransen, L; Faculty of Medicine and the AIDS Control Service, Cameroon; the EEE, Belgium P00093 KNOWLEDGE, BEHAVIOUR AND PRACTICES OF NURSE/MIDWIVES AND TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS IN ZAMBIA Kaona, F; Kanyama, I; Siziya, S; Tropical Diseases Research Centre, Zambia PD0094 415 GENERAL PRACTITIONERS (GP) IN A REGIONAL FRENCH AREA FACING HIV EPIDEMY May, T; Rabaud, C; Amiel, C; Vicherat, N; Canton, Ph; CHU Nancy, France PD0095 HIV IN SEMEN: AWARENESS OF PHYSICIANS FROM MIZORAM, INDIA Thangdailova, B'; Purohit, A2'3; Chakraborty, J'; Lamparelli, N'; Zohminthangha, J'; Kiessling, A2; 'Civil Hospital, India; 2Harvard-Deaconess; 3Med Coll of Ohio, USA PD0096 IMPACT OF AIDS WORKSHOP ON KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES OF HOSPITAL NURSES Daniel, T; Yust, I; Vardinon, N; Daniel, Y; Lupu, P; Burke, M; Tel Aviv Medical Center, Israel PD0098 PROMOTING APPROPRIATE REFERRALS TO WELFARE SERVICES: -AN ALGORITHM TO GUIDE CARE-GIVERS Weller, PD; Wilson, A; Figueroa, JP; Ministry of Health, Jamaica PD0099 SURVIVAL OF PATIENTS A CHALLENGE TO MEDICAL CARE Garcia, Ma de Lourdes; Valdespino, JL; del Rio, A; Magis, C; Salcedo, A; Martinez, J; Sepulveda, J; INDRE, SCD, Secretariat of Health, Mexico P00100 PREVENTIVE MEASURES AGAINST AIDS IN OUR CORPORATE GROUP Sakagami, K; Sano, A; Okada, Y; Gohda, M; Matsushita Health Care Center, Japan PD0101 THE ACTIVITIES OF JAPAN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION'S "STOP AIDS CAMPAIGN COMMITEE (SAC) " NETWORK AND SYSTEM FORMATION AMONG HOSPITALS AND EDUCATION AMONG HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDERS, CUSTOMERS AND SOCIETY AT LARGE Takayanagi, K; SAC, Japan Hospital Association, Japan PD0102 YOUTH CLINICS IN SWEDEN: A PROGRAM EVALUATION Bah, M; Gunnarsson, L; Ljungberg, B; Sjogren, TC; Univ of Goteborg, Sweden PD00103 HEALTH CARE WORKERS: BEHAVIOUR AND NEEDS DEALING WITH THE AIDS PROBLEM Miura, SRR; Barollo, CR; Arantes, DV; Lomar, AV; Lorenco, R; Schulte, G; Instituto de Infectologia Emilio Ribas, Brazil PD0104 DEVELOPING AND DELIVERING HEALTH SERVICES TO HIV+ WOMEN Tanur, M; Brown, L; Carrol, N; Franklin, C; Freebody, J; Hyuett, J; Handler, H; Mayer, K; Fenway Community Health Center, USA PD0105 HIV TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONALS - A MODEL OF CLIENT LED SERVICE DEVELOPMENT Hawkes, R; Hamlyn, D; Boston, S; Band, M; Souch, A; Judkins, M; Thames Valley Positive Support, UK PD0106 HETEROGENEITY OF CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF HIV DISEASE DECREASES WITH DISEASE PROGRESSION Robyn, S; Hogg, RS; Patullo, ALS; Schilder, A'; Goldstone, IL; O'Shaughnessy, MV; British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS; 'PWA of BC Society, Canada PDO0107 ISSUES IN DELIVERY OF NURSING CARE TO HIV POSITIVE WOMEN Mouton, JA'; Brown, N'; Barros, C'; Bumett, D'; Willis, B'; Pettit, R'; Kotarba, J2; 'Park Plaza Hospital; 2University of Houston, USA PD0108 A SURVEY OF ACCEPTABILITY OF HIV/AIDS CASES IN HOSPITALS IN YOKOHAMA Doi, R'; Ichikawa, S'; Toba, M2; Kimura, K'; Tanaka, Y'; Kashima, Y'; Yamada, T'; Ito, A3; Soda, K'; 'Yokohama City Univ; 2Yokohama City Institute of Health; 3Yokohama City University Hospital, Japan PD0109 KNOWLEDGE OF HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG PHYSICIANS IN NORTHERN INDIA Verma, G'; Kalla, S; Purohit, A3'4; Lamparelli, N3; Chakraborty, J4; Kiessling, A3; 'Kota Med Coll, India; 2Univ of Ill Med Coll; 3Harvard-Deaconess; 4Med Coll of OH, USA 156

Page  157 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0110 HIV/AIDS IN SWEDEN HEALTH AND MEDICAL CARE ESTIMATES WITH RESPECT TO CD4 LEVELS AND SURVIVAL Malmquist, H'; Nilsson, BR2; 'National Swedish Board of Health & Welfare; 2Cancer Epidemiol Dep Karolinska Inst, Sweden PD0111 NEEDS IN TEAM TRAINING IN LONG AND MEDIUM STAYS OF PATIENTS WITH AIDS Malafronte, B'; Pradier, C2; Mondain, V'; Caries, M'; Dunais, B2; Dellamonica, P1, 2; 'Infectious and Tropical diseases,; 2CISIH, Nice University Hosp, France PD0112 KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE IN RELATION TO HIV/AIDS AMONG IN-SERVICE NURSES OF CALCUTTA, INDIA Dutta, C'; Bandyopadhyay, D2; 1Med College; 2Sch Trop Med, India PD05: Empowerment of Women Living with AIDS/ HIV PD0113 EMPOWERING GUATEMALAN WOMEN TO PREVENT HIV: A CASE STUDY Salazar, A'; Duflon, W'; Bezmalinovic, B2; 1AGPCS; 2Data Pro/Ideas SA, Guatemala PD00114 YOUNG WOMEN'S VULNERABILITY TO HIV/AIDS IN ARGENTINA Gonzailez, C; Bianco, M; FEIM, Argentina PD0115 HIV TRANSMISSION IN WOMEN - THE UGANDAN EXPERIENCE Nabalonzi, J; The AIDS Support Organ, Uganda PD00116 WOMEN'S ISSUES AND SPECIAL HEALTH NEEDS IN THE CHANGING HIV/AIDS SITUATION (LITHUANIA) Tchaplinskiene, M; AIDS Center of Lithuania, Lithuania PD00117 CAN THE AFRICAN WOMAN PROTECT HERSELF AGAINST AIDS IN SOCIETY? Mwadi Kadi, A; Akafomo, V; Bimwala, A; Ndala, L; SWAA/ZAIRE; UNICEF; BCC/SIDA, Zaire PD0118 PATTERNS AND PROCESSES OF SEXUAL NEGOTIATION: INITIAL FINDINGS FROM A MULTI-SITE STUDY Mane, P'; Aggleton, PJ'; Niang, CI2; Seriadi, B3; Hernandez, G4; 'WHO, Switzerland; 2Univ Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal; 3Univ Indonesia, Indonesia; 4CONASIDA, Mexieo PD0119 PRIORITIZING WOMEN'S ABILITY TO BE SELF-SUFFICIENT Paxton, S; Positive Women (VIC), Australia PD0120 SOS WOMEN & AIDS PUBLICATIONS Cavalheiro, TR; Osvaldo e Edith Cavalheiro, Brazil PDO121 ATIITUDES REGARDING HIGH RISK SEXUAL BEHAVIORS AND CONDOM USE AMONG WOMEN IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: STUDY OF THE URBAN POPULATION OF SANTO DOMINGO, 1992 Del Riego, A'; Reingold, A2; Hearst, N'; 'Dominican Republic, PAHO/WHO; 2University of California at Berkeley; 'CAPS-San Francisco, USA PD0122 THE VULNERABILITY TO AIDS AMONG WOMEN IN RIO DE JANEIRO-BR Matida, AH'; Carvalho, RMG'; Sanches, K'; 'Secretariat of Health of Rio deJaneiro State, Brazil PD00123 AN ANALYSYS OF BEHAVOIR OF FEMALE ADOLESCENTS IN A URBAN PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, AS A MODEL-SAO PAULO-BRASIL Takiuti, A; Magar, V; Feil, D; Secretary of health of State of SP, BRAZIL PD0124 MOBILIZING HOUSEWIVES TO START AIDS EDUCATION IN FAMILY Mak, MV; Hong Kong P00125 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF WOMEN WITH AIDS IN RIO DE JANEIRO Marins, H; Lima, MA; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (FURJ), Brazil PD00126 TRIBAL SEX SELLER WOMEN & HIV/AIDS INFECTION IN INDIA Jain, K; Gram Bharati Samiti, India PD0127 SEXUALITY, HIV/AIDS AND THE INDIAN WOMAN Kaur, JJ; Population Services International, India PD0128 Bawa, M; Sengupta, S; Rao, B; All India Women's Conference, India WOMEN WITH HIV INFECTION IN SINGAPORE Verghese, I; Ong, D; Leo, YS; Chew, SK; Disease Centre, Singapore PD0129 Communicable PD0130 WOMEN AND AIDS STEADY PARTNERS, ARE THEY SAFE? Pereira, TMS; Santos, V; Fonseca, CM; Banco da Providencia da Arquidiocese do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil P00131 CULTURAL ASPECTS OF HIV+ WOMEN Knauth, DR; Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil PD00132 KNOWLEDGE ABOUT AIDS AND HUSBAND-WIFE COMMUNICATION AMONG MARRIED WOMEN IN PALEMBANG, INDONESIA Surapaty, RM; Surapaty, SC; Erina, L; Sriwijaya University, Indonesia 157

Page  158 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education HIV/AIDS EDUCATION FOR RUSSIAN WOMEN Savelyeva, I'; Stachowiak, J2; 1AESOP Ctr; 2AIDS Infoshare Russia, Russia PD0134 WE, WOMEN, FACING HIV/AIDS; WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT? Pesce, L; Sosa, C; Pereira, M; Paulina Luisi Movement, Uruguay P00135 TRAINING HEALTH AGENTS FOR PREVENTION IN URBAN LOW SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS WOMEN Ferreira, AD; Mallol, S; ADEUEM, Argentina PD0136 HIV INFECTED WOMEN AND THEIR EXPERIENCES: A PILOT STUDY INTO ISSUES OF ABUSE Gregonis, S'; Grant, C2; 1St Christopher's Hospital for Children; 2University of Pennsylvania, USA PD0137 EFFECTIVE WAYS OF COMMUNICATING THE DANGERS OF HIV INFECTION AMONG ILLITERATE WOMEN Onyango, D; Women Fighting AIDS in Kenya, Kenya P00138 CHANGES IN SEXUAL PRACTICES IN A COHORT OF HIV-INFECTED WOMEN Cohn, J; Gagnon, S; Spence, M; Harrison, D; Brinson, C; Stein, A; Hellinger, J; AmFAR's CBCTN, USA PD0139 LIFE REVIEW BY HIV POSITIVE WOMEN Weil, J; Thompson, C; Salvato, P; Hasheeve, D; Houston Immunological Institute, USA PD0140 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE AIDS WOMAN Guillermina, A; Macias, J; MASINI, R; "F J Munliz" Hospital, Argentina PD00141 HIV POSITIVITY: INITIAL REACTIONS OF HIV-POSITIVE WOMEN Morris, A; Thompson, C; Salvato, P; Weil, J; Hasheeve, D; Couvaras, S; Houston Immuno Institute, USA P00142 NETWORKING AMONG HIV POSITIVE WOMEN IN UGANDA Kaddumukasa, A; The AIDS Support Organisation (TASO), Uganda PD0143 RETROSPECTIVE STUDY WITH INFECTED WOMEN IN SAO PAULOBRAZIL Munhoz, R; Zamboni, R; Santos, NJS; Ruiz, EAC; Laurindo, JS; Grangeiro, A; Niskier, H; Centro Referencia e Treinamento/AIDS, Brazil PD0144 WOMEN'S EMOTIONAL RESPONSE TO AIDS Kasta, W; Moore, C; Sunnybrook Health Science Centre, Canada PD06: Gay and Bisexual Men - Behavioral Issues PD0145 SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND BEHAVIOR CHANGE AMONG MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN IN BRAZIL, 1989-1993 Parker, R; Lorenco, L; Mota, M; Valle, A; ABIA, Grupo Pela VIDDA-RJ, Brazil PD0146 UNPROTECTED SEX & HIV POSITIVE YOUNG MEN: IS IT EVER OK? Goggin, M; Rosenthal, D; La Trobe University, Australia PD0147 SAFER SEX WORKSHOPS FOR MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL Quemmel, R; Parker, R; Pimenta, C; Haman, E; Terto Jr, V; Grupo Pela Vidda, Brazil GAY MEN PREVENTION MODEL Hourcade BJL; BET FOR LIFE proyect, Argentina PD0148 PD0149 MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN IN RIO DE JANEIRO: AN ANALYSIS OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGY FOR A HARD-TO-REACH POPULATION Mota, MP; Parker, R; Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association, Brazil PD0150 OUTREACH ACTIVITIES FOR MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN Guimaries, K; Parker, R; Quemmel, R; Terto Jr, V; Pimenta, MC; Grupo Pela VIDDA, Brazil IDENTITE POSITIVE Junod, P; Rochette, P'; HOpital Saint-Luc, Canada TACKLING UNSAFE SEX IN GAY COMMUNITY EDUCATION Bartos, MR; Victorian AIDS Council, Australia PD0151 PD0152 THE GAY AND LESBIAN CLIENT IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT: CREATING A WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT Hart, JE; The Mobile AIDS Resource Team, USA PD0153 P00154 EXPRESSIONIST THEATRE AND HIV/AIDS PREVENTION FOR MV WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN IN BRAZIL Almeida, V; Parker, R; Quemmel, R; Terto Jr, V; ABIA Grupo Pela VIDDA-RJ, Brazil lEN PD0155 GAY COMMUNITIES AND 'DE-ISOLATING' CAREERS Rigde, DT; Minichiello, V; Plummer, D; LaTrobe University, Australia PD0156 EVALUATION OF A PILOT STUDY DESIGNED TO HELP MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN (MSM) Raghavan, U; Clinical Psychologist, India 158

Page  159 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0157 MALE BISEXUALITY AND HIV RISK: SYNTHESIS OF RESEARCH AND IMPLICATIONS FOR HIV/AIDS INTERVENTIONS Doll, L; Beeker, C; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA PD0158 INTERVENTION DEVELOPMENT WITH MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN IN MADRAS Pradeep, K; Kumar, SM; Nagarajan; Hariharan AJ; Community Action Network, India PD0159 MALE SEXUAL PSYCHE FROM A SOUTH INDIAN PROSPECTIVE Menon, S; Vel, S; Danny, R; Usha, R; Anthropologist, India PD0160 MEXICAN BISEXUALS, RISK AND SOCIAL INFLUENCE Tolbert, K'; Yando, R2; Izazola-Licea, JA'; 'The Population Council; 2Harvard Medical School, USA; 'CONASIDA, Mexico PD00161 CONSTRUCTING A SAMPLING FRAMEWORK FOR HOMOSEXUAL GATHERING PLACES AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENIENCE SAMPLES TO DETERMINE RISK BEHAVIORS IN TIJUANA, MEXICO Rangel-Gomez, G'; Izazola-Lioea, JA2; del Rio, C2; Bustamante, J'; 'El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; 2CONASIDA, Mexico PD0162 THE SAFER SEX CAMPAIGN AND ITS IMPACT IN THE GAY COMMUNITY IN JAPAN Oishi, T; Osawa, J; Mikami, K; Association for the Lesbian & Gay Movement (OCCUR), Japan PD0163 FORMATION OF HIV SUPPORT GROUP FOR GAY AND BISEXUAL MEN IN A COUNTRY WHERE HOMOSEXUALITY IS ILLEGAL Sylvester, C; Lambda Community of Trinidad & Tobago, Trinidad PD0164 COMMUNITY-LEVEL HIV PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR YOUNG GAY MEN Hays, RB; Kegeles, S; Coates, T; University of California, San Francisco, USA P00165 A PROPOSAL TO DEVELOP THEORY BASED EDUCATIVE INTERVENTIONS BASED ON QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH FINDINGS Izazola-Licea, JA; Aldana, A; Del Rio, C; CONASIDA, Mexico P00166 INHIBITION - A FACTUAL HINDRANCE Swayamprabha, R; Sasikala, A; Apollo Hospitals, India PD0167 AIDS ACTION ON THE STREET Minami, T; Japan AIDS Action, Japan PD0168 NITRITE INHALANT USE BY GAY MEN IN THE USA Wilson, H; Committee to Monitor Poppers, USA PD0169 NEW STRATEGIES OF OUTREACH INTERVENTION FOR MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN IN SAO PAULO CITY Sant'Anna, PA; Grupo Pela Vidda, Brazil PD0170 CRACK SMOKING METHODS AS RISK FACTORS FOR HIV INFECTION Porter, J'; Bonilla, L2; Drucker, E2; Hammond, JP; Lax, L3; 'Bryn Mawr College; 2New York City; 'Philadelphia, USA PD0171 INTERVENTION AMONG HOTEL BOYS IN THE KAMATHIPURA AND KHETWADI AREAS OF BOMBAY Nigudkar, P; Patil, B; Municipal Corporation of Greater, India PD0172 A SENSE OF BELONGING: A PROGRAM OF EDUCATION AND SUPPORT FOR MEN OF ASIAN CULTURES WHO HAVE SEX WITH OTHER MEN, IN SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA Landicho, AM; AIDS Council of NSW, Australia PD0173 THE AUSTRALIAN SAUNA AND SEX ON PREMISES VENUES PROJECT Toomey, M; Crooks, L; Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, Australia PD10: Self-help Groups for People Living with AIDS P00174 CONFRONTING THE HIV RESEARCH CRISIS Farlinger, B; et al; AIDS Action Now!, Canada PD0175 SERVICES FOR THE SELF-HELP OF SEROPOSITIVE PEOPLE IN LIMA Vega, A; Rossell, C; Chuquiviguel, A; Castro, L; Donet, R; Trefogli, J; PROSA, Selfaid Support Program of HIV Positive; MHOL; WHO/GPA, Peru PD0176 RUSSIA AIDS RELIEF: MATERIAL/INFORMATIONAL/ PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANCE Roshchupkin, G'; Kovalevsky, A2; Kisilyov, V2; 'AIDS Infoshare Russia; 2AESOP Ctr, Russia PD0177 REPORT OF A SELF-HELP GROUP BASED ON QUALITY OF LIFE FOR PEOPLE WITH HIV/AIDS Mello, J; Jose, M; Grupo de Incentivo a Vida-GIV, Brazil P00178 HELLENTIC AIDS NGO: ELPIDA Diomidis, M'; Antzel, M'; Mantas, J2; Vassilopoulos, G'; 'ELPIDA; 2University of Athens, Greece 159

Page  160 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0179 SKILLS TRAINING FOR PEOPLE WITH HIV: DOES IT HELP PEOPLE TO COPE Baggaley, R1'2; Zulu, W3; Muluti, J3; Macmillan, M3; Kelly, M3; Godfrey-Faussett, P2,4; 1Kara-Zambart Project; 2London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; 'Kara Counselling and Training Trust; 4Univ Teaching Hospital, Zambia PD0180 THE EXPRESSION PHASES IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Moreira, C; Belucci, S; Centro Corsini, Brezil PD0181 CURRENT CUTTING-EDGE HIV TREATMENT INFORMATION DISSEMINATION THROUGH THE TOWN MEETING FORUM Thomas, JW; Project Inform, USA PD0182 HIV/AIDS TREATMENT INFORMATION DISSEMINATION USING A TOLL-FREE HOTLINE Mark, F; Project Inform, USA P00183 ACTIVITIES OF WEDNESDAY FRIENDS' CLUB Pavenayotin, P; Siriboonlue, S; Thai Red Cross Society, Thailand PD0184 A GROUP OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS: A NEW SOCIAL ACTOR Camara, CL; Delima, RM; Grupo Pela VIDDA, Brazil P00185 INVESTIGATION WORK CARRIED OUT WITH GROUPS OF SELF-HELP GUILTINESS AND ITS INFLUENCE Carril, AO; FundaciOn SPES, Argentina PD0186 MOBILISING NGOs AGAINST AIDS: EXPERIENCE IN BURKINA FASO McPhee, D; Plan International, Burkina Faso PD0187 THE ROLE OF NGO IN COMMUNITY CARE FOR PWA AND AIDS PREVENTION IN JAPAN Koyano, J; Yokota, K; Gotoh, M; Japan HIV Center, Japan PD0188 GROUP WORK TOWARDS REDUCING WORRIES OF PEOPLE WITH AIDS Mbuga, S; CONCERN, Uganda P0189 WORK OF A NGO IN ASSISTANCE AND PREVENTION IN A SEVERE LOW RESOURCE COMMUNITY Gramajo, EA; J Fundacion SPES, Argentina PD0190 DEVELOPING NETWORKS AMONG AIDS SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS (ASO) IN SOUTH EUROPE Vyras, P, Papadopoulos, N; ELPIDA, Greece PD0191 A ROOM WITH A VIEW: AN ITALIAN SELF-HELP GROUP FOR WOMEN Carli, L'; Cavalli, E2; R, Cristina2; M, Paola2; S, Sonia2; Austin, D'; 'Gruppo C Network Italiano; S; 2Gruppo di Auto-Aiuto per Donne Sieropositive; 'Euro CASO, Italy PD0192 TOGETHER AGAINST THE VIRUS - NETWORKING FOR AIDS PREVENTION Maheshwaran, BU; Stephens, EJ; Dolrose Mary, V; Muthiah, P; Anthonysamy, L; NETWORK-SMI, India PD0193 HOLISM, THE OTHER VOICE OF AIDS ACTIVISM Elbaz, G; MHRA, NDRI, USA PD00194 STANDUP HARLEM-AN HIV SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY Jones, L; Standup Harlem, USA PD0195 USING THE AIDS MEMORIAL QUILT AS A TOOL FOR AIDS AWARENESS Faigle, M; Koijane, J; AIDS Education Consultants, USA PD0196 NGO NETWORKING AND TRAINING FOR TRAINERS ON HIV AND AIDS Bhattacharya, RD; Bhattacharjee, P; Shah, U; Shodhan, D; GAP, SIRMCE, India PD0197 ASSESSING NGO MANAGEMENT GAPS TO EFFECT AIDS EDUCATION Resurreccion, P'; Carey, P'; Bhatt, P2; 1CARE-Philippines, Philippines; 2CARE-HQ, USA PD00198 THE MALAYSIAN COUNCIL OF NGOs ON AIDS - AN EXAMPLE OF A PARTNERSHIP IN COMBATTING AIDS Abdul Aziz, MN; Ministry of Health, Malaysia PD0199 EDUCATIONAL GAINS FROM A RESIDENTIAL HIV/STD WORKSHOP FOR ADOLESCENT PEER EDUCATORS IN JAMAICA Bain, B; Hue, L; White, B; Richardson, A; Petitgirard, A; Fee, N; UWI, Jamaica PD0200 ADOLESCENCE FAMILY LIFE & AIDS EDUCATION Nansubuga, A'; Mugumya, H2; Philly Lutaaya Initiative; 2Family Planning Services, Uganda PD0201 WORKING TOGETHER: AN EXPERIENCE AMONG NGOS, PRIVATE ENTERPRISES AND THE GOVERNMENT Blume, E; Rouillon, M; Mazzotti, G; Ciellar, L; Rosasco, A; VIA LIBRE, Peru PD0202 THE ROLE OF PEOPLE WITH AIDS (PWA) GROUP IN HIV/AIDS PREVENTION STRATEGIES Otolok-Tanga, E; The AIDS Support Organisation (TASO), Uganda 160

Page  161 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0203 CRISES FACING NGO'S IN SOUTH AFRICA REGARDING AIDS Adriaans, L; Univ of the Western Cape, RSA PD0204 EUDES FOUNDATION: TOTAL HELP FOR HIV SEROPOSITIVE PEOPLE AND AIDS PATIENTS FIGHTING AGAINST DISCRIMINATION Vergara, B; F Eudes, Colombia PD11: Empowerment and Community Support for People Living with AIDS P00205 INTERPERSONAL LEARNING PROCESS (ILP) AS A THERAPEUTIC FACTOR IN MINIMIZING AIDS SYMPTOMS Gallego, VS; Grupo de Incentivo a Vida-GIV, Brazil PD00206 A STUDY OF SUICIDE AND ATTEMPTED SUICIDE IN HIV CARRIERS AND PATIENT WITH AIDS Gotoh, T; Ajisawa, A; Negishi, M; Yamaguchi, T; Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital, Japan P00207 PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESSORS AFFECTING THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF HIV SEROPOSITIVE PUERTO RICAN GAY MEN AFTER DIAGNOSIS Ortiz-Col6n, R'; Marin, B2; 'Univ of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico; 2Univ of California, San Francisco, USA PD0208 HOPE OF LIFE OF AIDS PATIENTS: EXPERIENCE OF THE AVIGNON HOSPITAL, VAUCLUSE, FRANCE Lepeu, G; Touchais, AM; Bournaz, M; Soutif, C; Boulat, O; Chami, S; Imbert, S; Bakouch, M; Laroche, A; Hematology and Infectious Diseases Units, France PD0209 SOME WAYS OF HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS'S ADAPTATION Rouchkina, Y; Belyaeva, VV; Pokrovsky, VV; Russia AIDS Research Centre, Russia PD0210 PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN HIV-POSITIVE SUBJECTS AND SEXUAL RISK OF HIV-TRANSMISSION Andreetto, U'; de Bertolini, C'; Scarso, C'; Saccavini, R'; Baldo, M'; Rupolo, GP'; Garofoli, B'; Cadrobbi, P2; Salmaso, L2; 'University of Padova; 2Padova General Hospital; Italy PD0211 EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOUR, PSYCHOPHATHOLOGICAL FACTORS AND RESPONSE TO TREATMENT IN HIV+ Giulianelli, M; Del Maestro, A; Speranza, T; Liberti, N; Micaroni, F; Visco, GL; Spallanzani Hosp, Italy PD0212 PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL STATE FOR PERSONS INFECTED WITH HIV Faye, MA; Sow, PS; Ndiaye, BP; Coil Seck, AM; Infectious Diseases Department, Senegal PD0213 PSYCHOSOCIAL PROBLEMS IN HIV-SEROPOSITIVE POPULATION AFTER RECEIVING THE TEST RESULTS IN RUSSIA Belyaeva, V; Routchkina, Ye V; Pokrovsky, VV; Russia AIDS Research Centre, Russia PD0214 SOCIAL WORK FOR PERSONS WITH HIV INFECTION IN JAPAN Konishi, K; Hyogo Coil of Med Hospital, Japan PD0215 LIVING, LOVING AND SMILING AS HIV-INFECTED PERSON Da Silva, JO; Gama, J; Da Silva, L; Sao Lourenco, Brazil PD0216 VOLUNTARY SUPPORT GROUPS IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS Szalardi, M; Reboredo, G; Miguez-Burbano, MJ; Shor-Posner, G; Baum, MK; Fund Ginkgo Biloba, Argentina; University of Miami School of Medicine, USA PD0217 PEOPLE WITH AIDS AS EDUCATORS Bwimbo, R; Omondi, A; Muriuki, J; Awino, A; Kenya AIDS Society, Kenya PD0218 PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS Taiti, J; Kenya AIDS Society, Kenya PD0219 HOME-BASED CARE SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH AIDS, Samba, S; Kosia, A; Mansaray, N; Connaught Hospital, Sierra Leone PD0220 DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY CARE FOR PWA AND A NETWORK OF NGOS IN JAPAN Gotoh, M'; Yashiki, K'; Kohno, M'; Hata, T'; 'Japan HIV Center; 2Hiroshima AIDS Dial; 'WITH, Japan PD0221 HOME CARE: THE EXPERIENCE MILANESE OF ASA Cernuschi, M; D'Avanzo; MM; Motta, G; Musolino, A; Associazione Solidarieta AIDS, Italy PD0222 THE "AMIGOS ACOMPANIANTES" AS HOME CARE PROMOTERS Arteaga, R; Perez, R; Romero, ML; Osorio, M; Accion Humana por la Comunidad, Mexico PD0223 A VIDEO AS A MEAN TO PROMOTE PLWA HOME CARE STRATEGIES Solis, AA; Arteaga, R; Perez, R; Osorio, M; Accion Humana por la Comunidad, Mexico PD0224 CONSEQUENCES OF TELLING ONE'S SEROPOSITIVITY TO OTHERS Defeu, I'; De Vuyst, H2; Van Renterghem, H2; Fleerackers, Y'; Peeters, R'; Colebunders, R2; 1Witte Raven; 2Institute of Tropical Medicine; 'University of Antwerp, Belgium 161

Page  162 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD00225 POSITIVE WOMEN RELATING THEIR EXPERIENCES OF SERVICE PROVISION WITHIN EDINBURGH Policek, N; McKenzie, M; Body Positive, Scotland, UK PD0226 IRIS HOUSE: A COMPREHENSIVE MODEL OF SERVICES FOR WOMEN WITH HIV AND THEIR IDENTIFIED FAMILY MEMBERS St Cyr Delpe, MM; Terada PS; A Center For Women Living With HIV/AIDS, USA PD0227 UNSTABLE HOUSING AND ITS IMPACT ON HOSPITAL UTILIZATION Goldstone, IL; Hogg, RS; Schilder, A; Patullo, ALS; Sussel, R; O'Shaughnessy, MV; UBC & BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada P00228 A STUDY OF THE HIV CASE-TRACING IN 100 INFECTED PERSONS AND AN ANALYSIS OF THE DIFFICULTIES IN THE PRACTICE Negishi, M; Matsumoto, T; Matsuda, Z; Itoh, A; Kimura, S; Saitoh, H; Tanaka, N; Minamitani, M; Carrier Clinic Research Group, Japan PD0229 AIDS AND DISABILITY Butler, D; World Institute on Disability, USA PD0230 PEOPLE WITH AIDS Mulinda, KG; Friends of Children Association, Uganda PD0231 THE RELEVANCE OF THE PSYCHOSOMATIC APPROACH IN THE TREATMENT OF HIV POSITIVE ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS Stoeckicht, I'; Verissimo, J'; 'Institute of Psychosomatic Medicine; 2Gaffree and Guinle University Hospital, Brazil PD0232 CHILDREN AND HIV/AIDS: EMOTIONAL INDICATORS MEDIATING CHILDREN'S UNDERSTANDING OF THEIR DISEASE Mendez I'; Mendez, S2; Torres-Ortiz, P'; 'San Juan AIDS Intitute; 2Central Connecticut State University; 'Center for Psychological and Family Services, USA PD0233 PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR SALVATION ARMY PROFESSIONALS AND RESIDENTS Cherabi, K'; Lebaillif, D2'; 'ARCAT-SIDA; 2ARMEE DU SALUT, France PD0234 AIDS/TRAINING OF BRAZILIAN MILITARIES (CNPq) Valente, RB; Bueno, SMV; Bueno, LV; Mamede, FV; Farinelli, RF; Guimaraes, EM; Oliveira, MHP; University of San Paulo, Brazil PD0235 PSYCHO-SOCIAL IMPACT OF HIV AND COPING STRATEGIES IN SIXTY-FOUR HIV INFECTED PERSONS IN INDIA Das, S; Deemed University, India PD0236 IMPORTANCE OF MEDICAL SUPPORT FOR HIV-INFECTED PEOPLE WITH HEMO-DIALYSIS AND EDUCATION OF MEDICAL WORKERS Kimura, M; Kiyama, R; Saitou, Y; Masuda, M; Oyama, T; Tanaka, K; Kumamoto University School of Medicine, Japan PD0237 THE INFLUENCE OF HIV SEROPOSITIVITY ON THE EMOTIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HETEROSEXUAL COUPLES Lambiase, L; Pozzi, G; Pravettoni, G; Caprioli Suter, F; General Hospital, Italy PD0238 PREDICTING DEPRESSION IN HIV DISORDER Atkinson, JH; Patterson, TL; Chandler, JL; Grant, I; Sciolla, A; Navy Hospital & VAMC, USA PD0239 HOUSEHOLD AND COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO HIV AND AIDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PLANNING OF SUCCESSFUL INTERVENTIONS Verrall, J'; Aggleton, PJ'; Kippax, S; Bharat, 5'; Leshabari, M4; 'WHO, Switzerland; 2Macquarie Univ, Australia; 'Tata Inst for Soc Science, India; 4University College of Health Science, Tanzania PD0240 A PSYCHO/SOCIAL/SPIRITUAL RESPONSE TO STAFF BEREAVEMENT: A MEMORIAL GATHERING Bonnar, A; Leeks, K; Tsoukas, C; Mont real General Hospital, Canada P00241 SUPPORTING HOUSE FOR CHILDREN HIV-POSITIVE Ferreira, VB'; Durovni, B'; Cunha, LB'; 'State Secretary of Health of Rio de Janeiro; 2Municipal Secretary of Health of Rio de Janeiro; Brazil PD0242 HIV/AIDS PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTING: PREVENTION AND CARE Perkins, H; Laski, M; Hofman, S; Centro de Salud Mental y Accion Comunitaria Nol, Argentina P00243 MANSA DISTRICT COMMUNITY-BASED HIV/AIDS CARE PROJECT Kapyepye, E; Chileshe, F; UNV/MOH, Zambia PD0244 HOMELESS PEOPLE IN RIO DE JANEIRO - A STRATEGY TO CARE Carvalho N, Lahire D; Carvalho-Linhares, MI; Santos, V; Banco da Providencia da Arquidiocese do RJ, Brazil PD0245 SUPPORT HOUSES-AN ALTERNATIVE SOCIAL CHOICE IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Laurindo, JS; Scapini, RL; Scapolan, V; Domingues, CSB; Lee, B; Vidinha, JC; Crepaldi, PC; Centro de Referencia e Treinamento-AIDS, Brazil P00246 THE HOUSE OF TOMORROW - CHIANG MAI Karinchai, N; Intarajit, O; Hotline Center Foundation, Thailand 162

Page  163 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0247 TRADITIONAL HEALERS AS AIDS EDUCATORS AND COUNSELLORS IN KAMPALA, UGANDA King, R"'; Ssali, A'; Kitto, D'; Kyeyune, P3; Kabatesi, D'; Kaleeba, N2; Homsy, J',3; 'THEWA; 2TASO; 'MSF-CH, Uganda PD0248 QUALITY OF LIFE: OUTCOME OF TAPWAK GROUP THERAPY COUNSELLING FOR PWAS AND PWHIVS Lenya, RG; TAPWAK, Kenya PD0249 FEAR OF HIV INFECTION AMONG CLIENTS OF AIDS HOTLINE IN JAPAN Yashiki, K; Gotoh, M; Ikegami, C; Hatae, T; Imai, B; Shirakawa, S; Japan HIV Center, Japan PD0250 SUSTAINABILITY OF THE LOCAL RESPONSE TO HIV/AIDS Heckert, K'; Bandcroft, S2; Rogers, G2; 'Johns Hopkins Univ, USA; 2Bristol & District Health Authority, UK P00251 THE SYSTEM OF PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION OF AIDS INFECTED AND AIDS PATIENTS Estrin, BM; Olkhov, OG; Shirinkin, VG; Koretskaja LR; Dniepropetrovsk Centre for AIDS Prevention, Ukraine PD0252 SEROPOSITIVE PEOPLE OF COLOR - UNDER-UTILIZED RESOURCE IN HIV EPIDEMIC Nyamu, B W; With These Hands, We Can, USA PD0253 REVISIONING COMMUNITY HIV/AIDS STRATEGY Marchand, R; Trussler, T; AIDS Vancouver, Canada PD0254 LONDON LIGHTHOUSE-A MODEL OF COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT AND MOBILISATION Pearson, C; Spence, C; Atkins, L; Davis, M; London Lighthouse, UK PD0255 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION BETWEEN TWO COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS (FRANCE-POLAND) TO SET UP A MOBILIZATION MODEL Defert, D; Marty-Lavauzelle, A; AIDES Ftderation Nationale, France PD0256 AN EFFECTIVE SYSTEM FOR TRACKING CHALLENGING POPULATIONS IN COMMUNITY BASED HIV RESEARCH Fuentes, L; EL-Sadr, W; Capps, L; et al; Harlem Hospital Center, USA PD0257 BRITISH COLUMBIA'S WOMEN AND FAMILY HIV CENTRE: A UNIQUE MODEL FOR CARE OF HIV INFECTED WOMEN, CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES Forbes, J; Burdge, D; Univ of British Columbia, Canada PD0258 BRITISH COLUMBIA'S WOMEN AND FAMILY HIV CENTRE: AN EXAMPLE OF COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Burdge, DR; Forbes, J; University of British Columbia, Canada PD0259 FACILITATING COMMUNITY SUPPORT: AIDS IN INDIA Abraham, T; Hariharan, N; AIDS Control and Community Education Programmes Trust, India PD0260 AIDS/HIV-KISUMU SHANTY TOWN Ogoi, P; Okiya, M; Otieno, V; Pandipieri AIDS Programme, Kenya PD0261 INTEGRATION OF THE FIGHT AGAINST HIV/AIDS IN ACTIVITIES OF TECHNICAL COOPERATION OUTSIDE THE HEALTH SECTOR; Baltes, R; Swiss Development Cooperation, Switzerland PD0262 SUSTAINING COMMUNITY BASED WORK IN HIV/AIDS Daines, L; The Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, Australia PD0264 FACILITATING PARTICIPATORY EVALUATION: A CASE STUDY OF TASO Anderson, S'; Kaleeba, N2; Kalibala, S'; Kaseje M'; Katabira, E2; Ssebbanja, P2; van Praag, El; 'World Health Organization; 'TASO; 'Consultant; Switzerland P00265 EVALUATION OF DANCHURCHAID'S AIDS SUPPORT Victor, B W'; Staugaard, F'; Kaijage, T2; 'The Nordic School of Public Health, Sweden; 2WAMATA, Tanzania PD0266 HEALTH EDUCATION BROCHURES FOR HIV-POSITIVE PEOPLE Nedzelsky, NA'; Savelyeva, IV2; Stachowiak, J'; 'NAMES Fund; 2AESOP Center, Moscow; 'AIDS Infoshare Russia, Russia PD0267 LIVING WITH HIV Moraila, J; University of Sinaloa, Mexico PD12: Human Right Issues PD0268 ETHICAL CRITERIA FOR DECISIONS ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF SCARCE RESOURCES IN AIDS CARE AND RESEARCH Benn, C; Christian Medical Commission, Geneva, Switzerland P00269 "THE AIDS PREVENTION LAW" IN JAPAN; HAS IT BEEN PREVENTIVE OR PROMOTIVE? Nakagawa, S'; Morino, Y2; 'Musashino Lawyers Office; 2Ikebukuro Lawyers Office, Japan 163

Page  164 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0270 PROVIDING LEGAL ASSISTANCE TO THE HIV + COMMUNITY Atkinson, MJ; HIV Legal Project, Canada PD0271 ANTIDISCRIMINATORY APPEAL FOR PROTECTION Anselmino, V; Perez, P; Barberis, D; SOLDAR, Argentina P00272 A CLASH OF PARADIGMS: DEVELOPMENT OF US LAW REGARDING THE HIV-INFECTED HEALTH CARE WORKER Isbell, MT; Gay Men's Health Crisis, USA PD0273 POSTMORTEM LIABILITY OF A PHYSICIAN WITH AIDS Perry, E; Lutz, B; Mogabgab, W; New Orleans Health Department, USA P00274 TOWARDS HIV/AIDS JURISPRUDENCE: THE STUDY ON LEGISLATIVE RESPONSES TO HIV/AIDS INFECTED PERSONS Mutembei, B; HIV/AIDS UNITECH PROGRAM, Tanzania P00275 OSTRACISM OF HIV POSITIVE PEOPLE Maladkar, MN; Health Alert Organisation of India, India PD0276 EUTHANASIA: THE PATIENTS PERSPECTIVE Van Wanzeele, F'; Van Renterghem, H2; Van Damme, L2; Fleerackers, Y'; Suys, F4; Colebunders, R'; 'University of Ghent; 'Institute of Tropical Medicine; 'University of Antwerp; 'Witte Raven; Belgium PD0277 DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION BY HEALTH CARE WORKERS D'Andrea, C; Vaccher, E; Spina, M; Errante, D; Bernardi, D; Simonelli, C; Nasti, G; Tirelli, U; CRO, Aviano, Italy P00278 IS THERE DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PEOPLE WITH HIV/AIDS WHEN THEY SEEK DENTAL CARE? Charbonneau, A; Maheux, B; Beland, F; Univ of Montreal, Canada PD0279 HUMAN RIGHTS OF HIV INFECTED PERSONS/P As IN EGYPT Hasan, MA; Farag, AB; Elkerdawi, MM; Arab International Center for Fighting Against AIDS, Egypt P00280 RIGHTS OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS Da Silva, MV; Menezes; MAB Pela VIDDA Group, Brazil P00281 PARTNER NOTIFICATION: EVALUATION OF AN ITALIAN MODEL Serpelloni, G; Cali, L; Galvan, U; Simeoni, Sez di Screening HIV-ULSS 25, Italy P00282 THE ETHICS OF ANTI-HIV VACCINE RESEARCHS: CONTRIBUTION FROM PEOPLE LIVING WITH AIDS Costa, R; Delima, RM; Messias, C; Ventura, M; Pela VIDDA/Niteroi Group, Brazil PD0283 ETHICS AND MED LEGAL PROBLEMS IN HIV SEROPOSITIVITY COMUNICATION Gnarini, R; Serpelloni, G; Guidetti, E; Izzo, E; Guarnaccia, D; Esposito, C; Liberti, A; Sica, S; Tarro, G; Soscia, M; Group C-I, "D Cotugno" Hospita 1, Italy PD0284 WORKSHOPS FOR AWARENESS ON VACCINE TRIALS IN BRAZIL Beloqui, J; Grupo pela VIDDA, Brazil P00285 THE EFFECTS OF STIGMATIZATION ON AIDS/HIV PREVENTION Nozaki, S; Sugawara, T; Niimi, H; Association for the Lesbian & Gay Movement (OCCUR), Japan PD0286 VENEZUELAN LEGISLATION ON STD/AIDS Carrasco, EJ; ACCSI, Venezuela P00287 HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES RELATED TO HIV STATUS--A SURVEY OF REPORTS RECIEVED Cortinas, JI; International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC), USA P00288 THE INCOMPATIBILITY OF HIV INFECTION WITH LOW CD4 COUNT IN ITALY IS THE LEGALIZATION OF KILLING LICENCE Garavelli, G'; DelConte, RC2; Bruno, R'; Boninsegna, D'; Viani, M'; Salomoni, A4; Barbarini, G'; 'Univ of Pavia; 2Tortona Court of Justice; 'Penitentiary of Pavia; 'Penitentiary of Voghera, Italy P00289 ATTITUDE OF HIV (+) WORKERS FACING PERSONNEL REDUCTION IN A LARGE FIRM OF KINSHASA Khondi, N; Mposo, N'; Nzila, N'; Doppagne, A2; Kilombo, N2; 'Projet SIDA; 2Polyclinique BCZ, Belgium P00290 SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH IN HIV VACCINE TRIALS IN RWANDA: IDENTIFICATION OF PRIORITIES Gasekurume, J'; Saba, J1,2; Souteyrand, Y'; Ferry, B2; Ntereye, P4; N'Sengimana, J4; Raynaut, C'; 'PAMEVA-Kigali; 2WHO; 'ANRS-Paris; 4Universite Nationale du Rwanda; 'Universite de Bordeaux II PD13: Models for Prevention in Developing Countries P00291 CONTEXTUAL AIDS-AWARENESS WORK IN SOUTH-WEST INDIA Schumann, U; Centre for Development Initiative, India PD0292 NEW CONCEPTUAL FORMULA FOR IEC METHODOLOGY IN SOCIAL PROGRAMS Sankaran, D; Sankaran, S; Meloot, J; Ganesh, VDESH, India P00293 HOW RURAL HOUSEHOLDS ADAPT IN THE TIMES OF CRISES IN ZAMBIA Bond, V; University of Hull, UK 164

Page  165 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0294 DEVELOPMENT OF ALGORITHMS FOR DISTRIBUTION AND MANAGEMENT OF THERAPEUTIC SCHEMES FOR AIDS PATIENTS IN BRAZIL - 1993 Del Bianco, R; Ninomya, T; Rodrigues, L; Sereno, A; Ministry of Health, Brazil PD00295 EFFECTIVE AIDS AWARENESS THROUGH FAMILY HEALTH CLINICS AT MADRAS Ravinathan, AR; Ramanathan, RR; Rayan, JA; Manimangalam, JS; Meenatchisundaram, PM; Ranga Rao, VG; CAPE, India PD0296 AIDS PREVENTION AND SOCIAL CHANGE: GOING BEYOND THE DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION Carrillo, H CHECCOS, AC, Mexico P00297 AIDS PROGRAM DESIGN FOR BEHAVIOR CHANGE - A PARTICIPATORY APPROACH IN BANGLADESH D'Rozario, JM; Thompson, HC; Thompson, PG The Salvation Army House, Bangladesh PD0298 TRAINING OF SEAFARERS AS PEER EDUCATORS AND COUNSELORS Imperial, RH; Hernandez, LI; Simmbulan, NP'; Dominguez, CE'; Carpenter, CCJ2'; 'University of the Philippines, Philippines; 2Brown University -- AIDS Collaboration PD0299 HIV DISSEMINATION IN A COCAINE (SOCIALLY DEGRADED) SCENARIO IN BRAZIL Mesquita, FC; Bueno, R; Bastos, F; Telles, P; FIOCRUZ, Brazil P00300 DEVELOPING PROGRAM AND STRATEGIES FOR EDUCATION ON PREVENTION OF AIDS IN SEXUALLY TOLERANT SOCIETIES OF INDIA Anand, D; SAKSHI-NEW DELHI, India PD0301 ROLES OF PWA GROUPS Chikafumbwa, WM; National Association of PWAS, Malawi PD0302 PELA VIDDA: THE IMPORTANCE OF A MULTI-ACTION GROUP OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH AIDS De Lima, RM; Camara, CL; Costa, RB; Grupo Pela VIDDA, Brazil PD0303 THE ROLE OF TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS (TBA'S) IN AIDS EDUCATION; ETHIOPIA Mulugeta, W; Tekele, H Ethiopia AIDS Control Programme, Ethiopia PD0304 INDICATORS FOR COMMUNITY SURVIVALIN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Balmer, D'; Bachengana, C2; Mulder, D2; 'Univ of Nairobi,' MRC/UVRI, Entebbe, Kenya PD0305 CONTEXT AND FEASIBILITY OF TUBERCULOSIS CHEMOPROPHYLAXIS IN HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS IN CHIANGRAI THAILAND Panich, V; Uthaivoravit, W; Yanai, H; Sawanpanyalert, P; Ngamvitayapong, J; Chaimanee, B; Takahashi, H; Chiangrai Regional Hospital, Thailand P00306 ESSENTIALS OF CROSS-CULTURAL COOPERATION IN DEVELOPING PREVENTIVE PROGRAMS IN MULTI-CULTURAL SETTINGS Soskolne, V; Shtarkshall, R, A; University and Hadassah, Israel PD00307 FACE TO FACE COMMUNICATION PROGRAMME IN JAMAICA Lyttle, C; Byfield, L; Figueroa, JP; Ministry of Health, Jamaica PD0308 BRAZIL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT OF ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES FOR AIDS PREVENTION Wasek, G'; Paterson, P'; Rodriguez, LGM2; Machida, A'; Plucienik, AM2; Ninomya, T2; Lopes, F2; Fernandes, MEL3; 'Harvard University/JSI; 'Brazil Public Health System; 'AIDSCAP, USA PD0309 INCREASING HIV/AIDS AWARENESS AMONGST WORKERS IN UNORGANISED SECTOR IN SALEM DISTRICT TAMILNADU, INDIA Vadivelu, R; Prikrity, India PD0310 YOUTH TOWARDS DEVELOPMENT AGAINST AIDS Sserwanga, DK; CONCERN, Uganda PD0311 EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES ON HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AT UTH Chanda, D; University Teaching Hospital, Zambia P00312 OUTPATIENT TREATMENT CENTERS IN WEST AFRICAN COUNTRIES: EXTERNAL INTERVENTION NETWORKS Chieze, F; OPALS, France P00313 ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMS Belfer, M; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Admin, USA PD0314 PERINATAL HIV/AIDS: A NEW CHALLENGE FOR MCH SERVICES IN AFRICA Shoaib, I; Tanta Univ, Egypt PDO315 IMPROVING SOCIETY'S RESPONSE TO AIDS: "LIFE IS PRICELESS"- AN AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAM Ferreira, AC; Marques, MM; Amorim, A; Benedetti, R; Garcia, MD; Prata, R; Ramos, P; Reference and Training Center for AIDS, Brazil 165

Page  166 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0316 REINFORCING COMMUNITY'S PARTICIPATION Peixoto, A; Novellino, S; Galvao, J; Parker, R; Brazilian Interdisciplinary AIDS Association (ABIA), Brazil PD0317 AIDS PREVENTION AND HEALTH EDUCATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA Leskovsek, E; Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia PD0318 THE USE OF SEXUAL WORDS IN AIDS HEALTH EDUCATION CAMPAIGNS Adu-Sarkodie, Y; Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Ghana PD0319 'TEMPLE OF LOVE'-AN AWARENESS PROGRAM ON INDIAN SEXUALITY Pradeep, K'; Kumar, SM'; Hariharan, AJ'; Radhakrishnan, KM2; Kantharaj, K2; Community Action Network; 2State AIDS Cell, India PD0320 PUBLIC HEALTH LECTURES AND AIDS IMPACT IN KENYA Kamanda, WM; Lenya, RG; Muriuki, JM; Nairobi City Council, Kenya PD00321 ARGENTINE: URGENCY AIDS, WAY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMUNITARY NETWORK Burgos, M; Revsin, N; Girotti, H; Moreno, S; Fundacion RED, Argentina PD0322 POETRY AS AN EDUCATIONAL TOOL TO PREVENT AIDS IN PUERTO RICO Unda, R'; Landr6n, E'; Suarez, A'; Acevedo, HL2'; 'San Juan AIDS Inst; 'Univ of Puerto Rico; 2Mayor of San Juan, USA PD0323 AIDS EDUCATION-A NEW EXPERIMENT Vashist, RP'; Kulashreshtha, M'; Kaur, H2; Manchanda, RK'; Aggarwal, KK'; Kishora, N'; 'Govt of Delhi, India; 'National Institute of Immunology; 'KCKR Hospital PD0324 CAMEROON'S EXPERIENCE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW GENERATION OF MIDDLE TERM PLAN TO FIGHT AGAINST AIDS Salla, R;'; Schmidt-Ehry, B2; 'ULS/MOH; 2GTZ, Cameroon PD0325 COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN AIDS PREVENTION Hariharan, N; Abraham, T; AIDS Control and Community Education Programmes Trust, India PD0326 A PROJECT TO EMPOWER THE COMMUNITY FOR THE PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF HIV IN AN EPIDEMIC AREA OF NORTH-EASTERN STATES OF INDIA Thomas, J; Hangzo, C; Deb, BC; WHO-ICMR Unit on HIV-AIDS. India PD0327 MODEL PROGRAM FOR HIV/AIDS PREVENTION IN RURAL AREAS Apostolescu, S; Parvu, E; Gheorghiu, V; National Centre for Health Promotion, Romania PD0328 NAP MANAGEMENT IN SURINAME del Prado, RF; NAP, Suriname PD0329 SPORTS AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES AGAINST AIDS Ssekayiba, EK; CONCERN-Rakai, Uganda PD0330 HIV/AIDS RESEARCH IN INDONESIA Gunawan, S; Nat Inst of Health R&D, Indonesia PD0331 FIGHTING AIDS AT PHILIPPINE SETTING Angeles, RE; Trustfoundation AIDS Control Council, Philippines PD0332 "CARNIVAL AIDS", AIDS EDUCATION UTILIZING CARNIVAL STREET BANDS Campbell, EC; Roach, T; AIDS Information Centre, Ministry of Health, Barbados P00333 AN EXPERT SYSTEM APPROACH TO AIDS PREVENTION Li, N'; Xu, LD2'; 'Chinese Ministry of Public Health, China; 'Wright State University, USA P00334 CASE-BASED REASONING FOR AIDS INITIAL ASSESSMENT Xu, L'; Xu, LD2; 'Shanghai Medical University, China; 2Wright State University, USA PD0335 NON-DIDACTIC STRATEGIES IN WORKSHOPS COVERING INFORMATION EMPOWERMENT & COLLECTIVE ACTION Iyer, U; Sankaran S; Ganesh, VR; DESH, India PD0336 EVALUATION OF IMPACT OF INTERVENTION AMONG TRUCKERS IN MADRAS Meera, B; Shareef, M; South India AIDS Action Programme, India PD0337 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: ENABLING PROGRAM SUSTAINABILITY - THE CHIKANKATA EXPERIENCE Hatwiinda, J; Siame, D; Mwilu, R; Winters, D; Chikankata Hospital, Zambia P00338 AMBULATORY CARE SYSTEM FOR CUBAN HIV-POSITIVES de la Conception, JC; Perez, J; Torres, R; Sanatorium Santiago de las Vegas, Cuba 166

Page  167 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0339 STRUCTURE AND PROCESS EVALUATION OF AIDS PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM IN GUADALAJARA, MEXICO Campos-Lopez, P2; Canales, JL2; Lopez, FC'; Sierra, JJ'; Vazquez-Valls, El; 'Western Biomed Research Center, IMSS; 2University of Guadalajara; Mexico PD0340 INTEGRATION AND NOT INTERVENTION: PROSPECTS FOR HIV PREVENTION THROUGH RURAL WOMEN - Varma, S; Government India PD0341 REDUCING HIV RISK AMONG COUPLES: A STUDY FROM NORTHERN THAI VILLAGES Dumronggittigule, P1; Wakeman, El; Luke, C1; Lindan, C3; Arthamet, R2; Taywaditep, K3; Mandel, J3; 'Payap Univ; 2Chiang Mai Teachers College, Thailand; 3Univ of California, San Francisco, USA PD0342 INFLUENCE OF WIDOW INHERITANCE ON THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV IN AFRICA Okeyo, TM; ACP, Kenya PD0343 AN INNOVATIVE MODEL FOR COMMUNITY AWARENESS GENERATION IN AIDS CONTROL FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Nandan, D; Subharwal, M, SN Medical College, India PD0344 THE AIDS RISK REDUCTION MODEL AND HIV PREVENTION IN UGANDA Schumann, DA; Stallings, R; Nathanson, C; Nabwiso, F; Salmond, W; Rwabukwali, C; Assingwire, N; Marks, J; Johns Hopkins Univ, USA PD0345 A BASELINE STUDY FOR AIDS INTERVENTION AMONG TARGET POPULATION GROUPS IN UPPER WEST REGION, GHANA Tetteh, C; Appiah-Denkyira, E; Regional Health Directorate, Ghana PD0346 TRAINING ON AIDS TRAINERS AND COMMUNITY RELAYS: THE EXAMPLE OF ENDA IN SENEGAL Gueye, M; Etchepare, C; Sy, A; ENDA-T M Sante (Environment and Development Actions in the Third World) Senegal PD0347 ARGENTINA: THE PUBLIC PEOPLE ROLE IN THE COMMUNITARY PREVENTION Girotti, C; Burgos, AM; Revsin, N; Diaz, A; Moreno, S; RED Foundation, Argentina PD0348 SOME ASPECTS OF REALIZATION OF HEALTH PROMOTION WORK IN REPUBLIC BELARUS Pimenov, A; Glazovsky, V; National Centre for AIDS Prevention of Republic Belarus PD0349 PLANNING FOR AIDS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Whiteside, AW; University of Natal, South Africa PD0350 WOMEN, CHILDREN & HIV IN AFRICA: THE NEED TO PLAN FOR THE FUTURE Mworozi, EA; Makerere University, Uganda PD0351 ASSESSING THE ROLE OF TRADITIONAL BALINESE YOUTH GROUPS (STT'S) IN AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAMS Merati, TP'; Suarmiartha, E3; Ruddick, AC'; Ekstrand, M2; Mandel, J2; 1Udayana University, Indonesia; 3Citra Usadha Indonesia Foundation; 2University of California, San Francisco, USA HIV PREVENTION WITHIN FP COUNSELLING Brissot, M; Baltes, R; Bhatt, P; Swiss Development Cooperation, Nepal BUKOBA POST TEST CLUB Rugayana, G; Medecin du Monde, Tanzania PD18: Heterosexual Men - Behavioral Issues PD0352 PD0353 PD0354 ADAPTING FIELD MODEL PROGRAMME TO SUIT COMMUNITY LEVEL INTERVENTIONS: HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AMONG TRUCKERS IN TAMILNADU Kumaresan, G; Amarjothi-South India AIDS Action Programme, India PD0355 TRUCKERS AND SAFE SEX: WHAT REDUCES RISK Ganesh, AK; Selvaraj, S; Prabahkar, ML; Baskar, J; Sundararaman, S; AIDS Research Foundation of India, India PD0356 COMMUNICATIONS FOR BEHAVIOUR CHANGE-A POSTAL INFORMATION NETWORK ON AIDS/SAFER SEX FOR SEMI-URBAN AND RURAL MEN IN TAMILNADU Jaya, S; Media Foundation, India PD0357 THE RELIABILITY OF ACCOUNTS OF THE HIV MALE WHO CLAIMS TO MAINTAIN A HETEROSEXUAL RELATIONSHIP Pucheu, D; Verissimo, J; Sion, F; Morals de Sa, CA; Gaffree and Guinle University Hospital, Brazil PD00358 SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND BELIEFS IN MEN LIVING IN CARACAS, VENEZUELA Barrios, L'; Marin, B'; 'Universidad Central, Venezuela; 2University of California, San Francisco, USA P00359 SEROSTATUS SELF-DISCLOSURE FOR MEN IN A HETEROSEXUAL COHORT STUDY Moore, LD; Padian, NS; University of California, San Francisco, USA PD0360 PRE-MARITAL SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD: RESULTS OF 17 AIDS-RELATED SURVEYS Carael, M; WHO/Global Programme on AIDS, Switzerland 167

Page  168 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0361 RISKY BEHAVIOUR OF TRUCK AND BUS DRIVERS IN CAMEROON Akamba, JJ; Sam-Abbenyi, A; Zekeng, L; Mbouni, GE; Schmidt-Ehry, B; Ministry of Health, Cameroon PD0362 LACK OF CONDOM USE AMONG HIGH-RISK HETEROSEXUAL MALES APPLYING FOR US IMMIGRATION Sankary, T; University of California, Los Angeles, USA PD0363 CHANGES IN SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AMONG HETEROSEXUALS - COMPARING 1991-1994 Mourao, MV; Teles, LC'; Carreira, M2; ISCSP/CESAS; 'FNSBS/CESAS; 2CSVN, Portugal P00364 EDUCATION: IN SCHOOL AND SOCIETY TO MEET THE CHALLANGES Milon, IH; Hoque,SA; BMS, Bangladesh P00365 PRIVATE-SECTOR FEMALE VS MALE AIDS COSTS IN AN AREA OF HIGH-PREVALENCE HETEROSEXUAL TRANSMISSION Rodriguez, MR'; Lopez, J2; Alvarez, M'; Benitez, J; Cucurella, B'; 'University of Puerto Rico; 2Seguros de Servicio de Salud de Puerto Rico; Puerto Rico P00366 THE BRAZILIAN MAN AND AIDS Lemes, C'; Debert-Ribeiro, M2; Varella, D3; Timerman, A4; Rovery, M'; Ramos - Filho, C6; Castilho, E'; 'Editora Abril; 2EPM; 'Unip; 4A Einstein H; 'Unicamp; 'UFRJ; 7Fiocruz; Brazil PD0367 HETEROSEXUAL BEHAVIOR RELATED TO THE RISK OF HIV INFECTION AMONG JAPANESE MEN IN BANGKOK, THAILAND Cash, R; Harvard Institute for International Development USA PD0799 KNOWLEDGE OF AND ATTITUDES TO HIV AMONG JAPANESE BUSINESSMEN ABROAD Tanaka, H'; Hiyama, T'; Tajima, K2; 'Center for Adult Diseases; 2Aichi Cancer Center Research Institute, Japan PD20: Socio-economic Impact of HIV/AIDS PD0368 CHARACTERISTICS OF CLIENTS WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE RECEIVING HIV COUNSELING AND TESTING AT PUBLIC SITES IN THE UNITED STATES (USA) Valdiserri, RO; Gerber, R; Dillon, B; Campbell, C; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA PD0369 HEALTH CARE COSTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR HIV PREVENTION Sergeant, J; Murray, R; Maderson, L; Johnson-Laird, L; Department of Health, UK PD0370 SOCIO ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF AIDS-PATIENTS PRIOR TO DEATH Parli, K; Schoep, M; Kopp, C; Furrer, HJ; von Overbeck, J; Medical Policlinic, University Hospital, Switzerland PD0371 MINIMUM LEVELS OF SOCIAL WELL-BEING APPROPRIATE HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT Edelmann, F; ARCAT-SIDA, France PD0372 IMPACT OF SOCIAL FACTORS ON AIDS PROGNOSIS IN RUSSIA Odinokova, IA; Pokrovsky, VV; Russia AIDS Federal Centre, Russia PD0373 THE SPREAD OF HIV/AIDS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES IN AFRICA: THE TANZANIA EXPERIENCE Bazira, I; Medical AID Foundation, Tanzania P00374 TEN YEARS OF AIDS TREATMENT IN A LARGE HOSPITAL ORGANISATION Beaujouan, L; de Bonnay, P; Herson, S; Sauvat, JF; Vittecoq, D; Assistance Publique-HOpitaux de Paris, Mission SIDA, France PD0375 THE COST OF AIDS IN GREECE: RECENT ESTIMATIONS AND FINANCING PROBLEMS Kyriopoulos, J; Kornarou, H; Gitona, M; Roumeliotou, A; Papaevangelou, G; Athens School of Public Health, Greece PD0376 MAGNITUDE AND SOCIAL IMPACT OF AIDS EPIDEMIC IN MEXICO Valdespino, JL; Del Rio, A; Garcia, ML; Salcedo, A; Magis, C; Sepulveda, J; Secretariat of Health, Mexico PD0377 AIDS SUPPORT AND INCOME GENERATION Jackson, H'; Chandra-Mouli, V2; Udwin, M; 'ZAINet, Zimbabwe; 'WHO/GPA, Switzerland PD0378 THE SUPPORT HOUSE: COST OF EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE ASSISTANCE IN BRAZIL Scapini, R; Silva, J; Scapolan, V; Leonardo, C; Pinto, W; Centro de Referencia/AIDS, Brazil PD0379 MEDICAL CARE COSTS OF HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS WITH CD4<50 von Overbeck, J; Schraner, C; Schoep, M; Furrer, HJ; Jaeger, PH; Medical Policlinic, University Hospital, Switzerland PDO380 THE IMPACT OF INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND AND WORLD BANK POLICIES ON HIV TRANSMISSION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Lowe, RA''; Hintzen, P'; 'Univ of California, San Francisco; 2Univ of Pennsylvania; 3Univ of California, Berkeley, USA 168

Page  169 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education AIDS AND TOURISM IN A SUN, SAND AND SEA TOURIST DESTINATION THE PORTUGUESE CASE Nossa, P; Malta, P; Cruz, M; Correia, J; Portugal PD0381 P00382 CURRENT ESTIMATES OF THE ECONOMIC COSTS OF AIDS IN THAILAND AND THEIR REGIONAL IMPACTS Obremskey, S; Viravaidya, M; Sittitrai, W'; Brown, T2; 'Population and Community Development Association; 2Thai Red Cross, Thailand; 'East-West Center, USA PD0383 IMPACT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS AS ADJUVANT IN AIDS-TREATMENT-A FOLLOW UP OF 18 PATIENTS TAKING RETROVIR Minlangu, M'; Nzila, N'; Kapita, B2; 'Projet SIDA; 2Mama Yemo Hospital, Zaire PD0384 IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS ON THE FAMILY IN NAMIBIA Bor, R; Mberira, M'; Du Plessis, P'; 'City University; 2Guy's Hospital, UK PD0385 RESPONDING TO THE EMERGING AIDS CRISIS IN THE POST-SOVIET STATES Saldanha, VP'; Chaika, N2; Altschuler, S'; Moseley, K'; 'International AIDS Project (IAP); 2St Petersburg Pasteur Institute, Russia PD0386 MEDICATIONS CONSUMED BY HIV-INFECTED PERSONS Mahulkar, S'; Hira, S2'3; 'GT Hospital, India; 2Univ Texas, USA; 'MGM College, India PD28: Models of Health Care PD0387 VALIDATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A HIV+ PATIENT (P) CLUSTER IN AN ACUTE CARE SETTING Kenyon, VS; Shumaker, RL; Woods, JP; Ricchezza, CE; Yangco, BG; St Joseph's Hospital, USA PD0388 HOSPITALIZATION-DAY HOSPITAL-HOME ASSISTANCE: A MODEL OF CARE IN AIDS PATIENTS Lopez, S; Gola, T; Russo, B; Strepparola, G; Morini, L; Bruggi, P; Barbarini, G; SER T, Italy PD0389 A TRIAL OF MAKING A MODEL OF HEALTH-CASE-UNIT FOR PERSONS WITH HIV AND AIDS Yamaguchi, T; Negishi, M; Ajisawa, A; Ohta, K; Minamitani, M; Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital, Japan PD0390 HIV POSITIVE IVDUs PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTH CARE Tellier, A; Sobel, A; Hopital Henri Mondor, France PD0391 PROBLEMS WITH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN A SPECIALIST HIV UNIT AND PRIMARY CARE Guthrie, B; Barton, S; Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, UK PD0392 L A COMMUNITY CONSENSUS ON STANDARDS OF CARE Eggan, F'; Dube, M2; Senterfitt, JW'; 'City AIDS Coordinator; 2Univ of So CA; 'Being Alive: People with HIV/AIDS, USA P00393 HOME CARE - AN ALTERNATIVE TO INPATIENT CARE FOR AIDS-PATIENTS Frederiksen, D; Hvidovre Hospital, Denmark PD0394 THE AIDS CONSULTANT NURSE van der Kruk, T; University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands PD0395 A NURSE-BASED, ALGORITHM-GUIDED SYSTEM TO IMPROVE HIV-RELATED OUTPATIENT CARE MacArthur, RD; Bowles, M; Lipton, L; Asbury, P; Kosmyna, J; Medical College of Ohio, USA PD0396 PREDICTORS OF HOSPITALIZATION IN PERSONS WITH HIV-DISEASE Woodfall, B; Hogg, RS; Strathdee, SA; Le, R; Schechter, MT; Montaner, J SG; O'Shaughnessy, MV; British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PD0397 IMPACT OF HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE ON HIV-DISEASE MORTALITY Le, R; Hogg, RS; Thomson, A; Strathdee, SA; Schechter, MT; O'Shaughnessy, MV; Montaner, J SG; British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PD0398 THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR HIV/AIDS PATIENTS IN ITALY: A NATIONWIDE SURVEY Guzzanti, E; Arici, C; Ippolito, G; Mastrilli, F; Rizzi, M; Scheggi, M; Center for Health Care for HIV Infected Patients, Under The National Commission on AIDS, Italy PD0399 DAY CLINIC: A PIONNER EXPERIENCE IN RIO DE JANEIRO Joao, CE; Cunha, Q; Silva, A; Machado, E; Costa, I; Cruz, J; Menezes, J; Servidores do Estado Hospital, Brazil PD0400 MULTIDISPLINARY HOMECARE FOR SOCIO-ECONOMICALLY DEPRIVED HIV-INFECTED CHILDREN McCarley, J; Tate, D; TERRIFIC, Inc, USA PD0401 CARING FOR PEOPLE WITH HIV/AIDS: DELIVERY SYSTEMS AND COSTS Martin, AL; Tarantola, D; Cameron, C; Chen, G; Albers, C; Harvard School of Public Health, USA 169

Page  170 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0402 CARING PRACTICES FOR PWAS IN THE FAMILIES Chantcharas, P; Thanprasertsuk, S; Yachompoo, CH; Dechsiri, N; Ministry of Public Health, Thailand PD0403 SENSITIZATION OF NURSING PERSONNEL IN A CLINIC IN ORDER TO TAKE CARE OF AIDS IN THEIR SURROUNDINGS Akafomo, V; Mwadi, A; Saidi, C SWAA/ZAIRE - UNICEF - BCC/SIDA PD0404 THE PERCEPTION OF THE QUALITY OF ASSISTANCE IN HOSPITALIZED AIDS PATIENTS Tommaso, S; Giulianelli, M; Del Maestro, A; Liberti, N; Giacchetti, F; Visco, G; L Spallanzani Hospital, Italy PD0405 WHAT PEOPLE IN JAPAN HOPE IN TERMS OF ENLIGHTENMENT ON AIDS INFORMATION AND HIV-EXAMINATION AVAILABILITY Sawa, H'; Denpo, K2; Yoshikawa, I'; Kano, E4; Miyamoto, H'; Agematsu, R6; Sunagawa, K'; Dept of Health: 'Aichi Pref,2Hokkaido,3Tokyo Met,4Osaka Pref,'Kobe City,6Saga Pref,'Okinawa Pref, Japan PD0406 FREE AND ANONYMOUS HIV TESTING AND COUNSELING SITES (T&C) IN FRANCE: VOLUME AND CLIENT CHARACTERISTICS (1988-1993) Oliveira, N'; Serfaty, A'; Rondenet, A'; Harinck, P'; Laporte, A2; 'Ministry of Health; 2RNSP, France PD00407 HIV PARTNER NOTIFICATION IN DENMARK Worm, A-M; Smith, E; Haxholdt, H; Bispebjerg Hosp, Denmark PD0408 ASSESSING CLINICAL STANDARDS OF CARE IN NON-EPICENTERS Deutsch, J'; Kurth, A2; Stover, D'; Cloe, L2; Bantom, B'; 'Clinical Training Associates; 2Indiana State Department of Health, USA PD0409 HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS IN HIV REAL NEEDS, MEDICAL PRACTICE OR LACK OF ALTERNATIVES? Rabanaque, MJ; Toms, C; G6mez, LI; Aibar, C; Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain 170

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Page  172 TRACK A: Basic Science PA06: Virus Isolation, Detection and Characterization: New Technology PA0191 PCR METHOD FOR DIRECT SEQUENCING OF THE HIV-1 PROTEASE GENE Yamaguchi, K; Groopman, JE; Byrn, RA; New England Deaconess Hospital, USA PA0192 USE OF PCR FOR DETECTION OF HIV INFECTION IN TANZANIA Nkya, WMMM'; Nyombi, B'; Bergsj, P'; Shao, J'; 'KCMC Res Centre; 2Tanzanian Norwegian AIDS Project (MUTAN); 'Muhimbili Med Centre, Tanzania PA0193 GENE-LEVEL MONITORING OF HIV INFECTION BY PCR WITH TWO INTERNAL STANDARDS Yolov, AA; Kozlova, AV; Karamov, EV; Ivanovsky DI; Inst of Virology, Russia PA0194 DETECTION OF HIV-RELATED GENES IN VIRUS-INFECTED CELLS BY ELECTRON MICROSCOPICAL IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION Goto, T'; Fukui, T': Nakano, T'; Hirai, K2; Nakai, M'; 'Osaka Medical College; 2Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan PA0195 ARE CLINICAL ISOLATES MORPHOLOGICALLY DIFFERENT FROM LABORATORY STRAINS OF HIV? Gelderblom, HR'; AsjO, B2; Moore, JP'; Ho, DD'; Sandfort, J; Pauli, G; 'Robert Koch-Inst; 'University of Bergen, Germany; 'The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, USA PA0196 ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HIV-1 CLINICAL ISOLATES IN JAPAN Watanabe, K'; Kitamura, K'; Nakasone, T'; Shiosaki, K2; Yamada, K'; Moritsugu, Y'; Yamazaki, S'; Honda, M'; NIH, Tokyo; 'Chemo-Sero-Therapeutic Res Inst; 'St Marianna Univ, Japan PA0197 ISOLATION AND BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HIV-1 STRAINS IN CUBA. Lobaina, L; Noa, E; Navea, L; Dubed, M; Vilarrubia, OL; Martinez, I; Diaz, H; AIDS Research Laboratory, Cuba PA0198 PHARMACO-MECHANICAL APPLICATIONS TO HIV INFECTION Lister, MW; USA PAO199 HIV: A BLACK TULIP IN THE BOUQUET OF HEMOTRANSMISSIVE DISEASES Zhiburt, E; Belgesov, N; Leschev, A; Voltchek, I; Medical Military Academy, Avalanche Ltd, Russia PAO200 HIV VIRAL LOAD IN LYMPHOID TISSUES USING BRANCHED DNA (bDNA) SIGNAL AMPLIFICATION Dailey, P; Wilber, J; Urdea, MS; Chiron Corporation, USA PA0201 ENHANCED HIV-1 ACTIVITY AFTER REACTIVATION CRYOSTORAGE INFECTED CELLS Selimova, LI; Uryvaev, L'; Yurin, 02; Guschina, E'; Irova, T'; Pokrovsky, V'; Lvov, D'; 'Ivanovsky Institute of Virology; 'Specialized Research Lab for AIDS Epidemiology & Prevention, Russia PA0202 SEQUENCE IN V2 AND V3 REGIONS OF SYNCYTIUM INDUCING HIV-I Miyamoto, K'; Tomita, N2; Nishizawa, T'; 'Okayama Univ; 'Okayama Red C; 'Sumitomo Metal Indu, Japan PA0203 AFFINITY ISOLATION OF HIV-1 EPITOPE-SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES Denisoiva, S; Meshcheryakova, D; Andreev, S; Khaitov, R; Tarasova, S; Institute of Immunology, Russia PA0204 EPITOPE ANALYSIS OF HIV-1 p17 Ota, A; Liu, XL; Sakato, N; Fujio, H; Ueda, S; Res Inst Microb Diseases, Osaka Univ, Japan PA0205 SIMULATION OF HIV-1 CULTURE PASSAGE: EFFECTS ON V3 LOOP PHENOTYPE Galvan, V; Rabinovich, R; Gutierrez, P; Gomez Carrillo, M; Marquina, S; Libonatti, O; National Centre of Reference for AIDS, Argentina PA0377 RAPID DETECTION OF HIV-1 DNA BY FLUORESCENCE IN A SEALED CONTAINMENT CASSETTE Fields, R; Institute for Therapeutic Immunology, USA PAlO: Virus-specific Humoral Immunity PA0206 HIV-1 SPECIFIC ACC IS CONTROLLED BY CD55 AND CD59 Schmitz, Jorn"'; Zimmer, JP'; Kluxen, B'; Aries, S'; Schmitz, H'; 'Bernhard-Nocht-Institute, Germany; 2Harvard Medical School, USA PA0207 INFECTION OF VAGINAL AND COLONIC EPITHELIAL CELLS BY HIV-1 IS NEUTRALIZED BY ANTIBODIES RAISED AGAINST CONSERVED EPITOPES IN THE ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEIN GP120 Furuta, Y'; Eriksson, K2; Svennerholm, B'; Fredman, P'; Horal, P'; Vahlne, A'; Czerkinsky, C2; 'Dept of Clin Virol; 2Med Microbiol and Immunol; 'Neurochem, University of Goteborg, Sweden PA0208 CERVICO-VAGINAL SYNTHESIS OF SECRETORY IgA AND IgG TO HIV ASSOCIATED WITH TRANSUDATION OF SERUM-BORNE IgG TO HIV, EXPRESSING DIFFERENTIAL AVIDITY TO GP 160, IN HIV-1-INFECTED WOMEN Belec, L; Tevi-Benissan, C; Pillot, J; Institut Pasteur, France PA0209 HIV-1 NEUTRALIZATION IN BRAZIL Bongertz, V; Costa, CI; Morgado, MG; dos Santos, V GV; Evandro Chagas Hosp, IOC-FIOCRUZ, Brazil 172

Page  173 TRACK A: Basic Science PAO210 NEUTRALIZING MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY AGAINST AN EXTERNAL ENVELOPE PROTEIN (GP120) OF SIVmac 251 Matsumi, S'; Matsushita, S'; Yoshimura, K'; Javaherian, K2; Takatsuki, K'; 'Kumamoto Univ School of Med; 2Repligen Corporation, Japan PAO211 BROADLY NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES TO HIV-1 OCCURING IN AN AUTOIMMUNE PARADIGM Douvas, A; Takehana, Y; University of Southern California, USA PA0212 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE HUMORAL IMMUNE RESPONSES IN HIV-1 SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS Efremova, EV; Papuashvili, MN; Khaitov, RM; Inst of Immunology, Russia PA0213 TWO DISTANT ANTIGENIC LINEAR SEQUENCES OF HIV-1 P24 (aa 181-185 AND 316-319) MIGHT BE PARTS OF A CONFORMATIONAL EPITOPE Janvier, B'; Baillou, A'; Hoebecke, J'; Lasarte, JJ2; Sarobe, P2; Barin, F'; URA CNRS 1334, France; 2Univ de Navarra, Spain PA0214 SLOWER CLINICAL DETERIORATION OF HIV1 SEROPOSITIVE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE ANTI-P24 HIGH RESPONDERS Barin, F; Besnier, JM; Rouillard, E; Guerois, C; Choutet, P; Goudeau, A; CHRU Bretonneau and CHRU Trousseau, France PA0215 ASSAY FOR AVIDITY OF P24 SPECIFIC IMMUOGLOBULIN G IN SERA OF HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS Ikegami, N; Akatani, K; Imai, M; Yoshioka, K Osaka; National Hospital, Japan PA0216 STUDY OF THE ANTIGENICITY OF SIV GP140 WITH MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES Babas, T'; Legrand, R2; Montagnier, L3; Bahraoui, E'; 'CNRS URA; 2CEA; I3lnstitut Pasteur, France PA0217 RABBITS IMMUNIZED WITH RECOMBINANT VACCINIA VIRUSES EXPRESSING TRUNCATED FORMS OF THE ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEIN GP160 OF HIV-2 DEVELOPED NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES Schaffner, J; Otteken, A; Jurkiewicz, E; Voss, G; Dittmer, U; Bodemer, W; Hunsmann, G; German Primate Centre, Germany PAO218 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE COMPLEMENTARITY DETERMINING REGIONS IN IMMUNOGLOBULIN BY THE 6-MERS WHICH ARE MOST VARIABLE IN THE HIV-1 GENOME Takiguchi, K; Doi, H; Fujitsu Labs Ltd, Japan PA0219 INFECTION ENHANCEMENT AND COMPLEMENT ACTIVATION BY HUMAN GP41 ANTIBODIES Fast G'; Prohiszka, Z'; Hidvegi, T'; Ujhelyi, E'; T6th, DF2; Thielens, N3; 'NIHBTI; 2Inst Microbiol, Hungary; 'Inst Biol Struct, France PA0220 TR-FIA TEST SYSTEM FOR HIV-1 ANTIBODY IN HUMAN SERA Khristova, M; Kushch, A; Busse, T; Stachanova, V; Institute of Virology, Russia PA0221 PERSPECTIVE NEW METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF AIDS PATIENTS IMMUNE STATUS Emelianov, BA; Pokrovsky, VV; Socolov, IA; Semenov, VA; Buravtsova, E; Institute of Epidemiology-AIDS Center and Anti-Doping Center, Russia PA0222 EFFECT OF SIALIC ACID REMOVAL ON THE ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO V3 OF HIV-1 ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEIN Benjouad, A; Mabrouk, K'; Gluckman, JC; Fenouillet, E; CNRS URA 1463, Hopital Pitie-Salpetriere; 'CNRS URA 1455, Facult de Medecine Nord, France PA0223 VIROLYSIS AND IN VITRO NEUTRALIZATION OF HIV BY HUMANISED MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY hNM-01 Nakamura, M'; Armour, K2; Terada, M'; Carr, FJ2; Ohno, T'; Harris, WJ'; 'Jikei University, Japan; 2Scotgen Biopharmaceuticals Inc, UK; 'NMBI, USA PA0224 HUMAN ANTIBODY TO MATRIX PROTEIN (P17) NEUTRALIZES HIV IN VITRO Kageyama, S'; Ismail, S'; Katsumoto, T'; Hossain, M'; Gao, M'; Taniguchi, K2; Sasao, F'; Toya, M4; Wakamiya, N'; Tsuchie, H'; Kurimura, T'; 'Res Inst for Microbial Dis, Osaka Univ; 2Eiken Chemical; 'Tottori Univ; 4Sawai Pharmaceutical, Japan PAl1: Virus-specific Cellular Immunity PA0225 HIV RESISTANCE? Rowland-Jones, S'; Sutton, J'; Aryoshi, K2; Dong, T'; Gotch, F '; McAdam, S'; Sabally, S2; Whittle, H2; McMichael, A'; 'Inst Mol Medicine, UK; 2MRC, The Gambia PA0226 LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE RESPONSES TO MICROBIAL AND HIV-1 SPECIFIC ANTIGENS IN HIV POSITIVE THAI INDIVIDUALS Supapongse, T; et al; AFRIMS, Thailand PA0227 SPECIFIC CELLULAR IMMUNE RESPONSES IN HEALTH CARE WORKERS AFTER HIV EXPOSURE Kessler, H'; Sullivan, J'; Pinto, L2; et al; 'Rush Med College; 'NCI, USA 173

Page  174 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0228 LACK OF CTL RESPONSE ASSOCIATED WITH LOW VIRAL LOAD IN TWO HEALTHY ASYMPTOMATIC HIV INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH, STABLE CD4 CELL COUNTS Dalod, M'; Dufresne, G'; Guillet, JG'; Salmon, D; Sicard, D; Gomard, E'; Hopital Cochin, France PA0229 INCREASED EXPRESSION OF CD38 MARKER ON CD8+ T CELLS AND p24 ANTIGEN LEVEL IN HIV DISEASE PROGRESSION Campisi, D; Chiesa, A; Gatti, M; Comolli, G; Asti, A; Barbarini, G; Univ of Pavia, Italy PA0230 ESTABLISHMENT OF CD8+ CELL LINES FROM SEROPOSITIVES Tateno, M'; Takahashi, T'; Sato, H'; Tateno, Y2; Togashi, T2; Yoshiki, T2; 1Sapporo City General Hospital; 2Hokkaido University, Japan PA0231 IDENTIFICATION OF HIV-1 T CELL EPITOPES BY REVERSE IMMUNOGENETICS Shiga, H'; Shioda, T'; Takamiya, Y'; Oka, S'; Kimura, S'; Miwa, K2; Takiguchi, M'; 'Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo; 2Ajinomoto Central Research Laboratories, Japan PA0232 PENTOXIFYLLINE REDUCES CYTOKINE RELEASES AND THE ABILITY TO STIMULATE CELL SURFACE ANTIGEN AND HIV-1 EXPRESSION BY CD8+CYTOTOXIC T LYMPHOCYTES (CTL) Heinkelein, M; Schneider-Schaulies, J; Walker, BD; Jassoy, C; University of Wtirzburg, Germany; Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA PA0233 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINAL HERBS -GLYKE ON TREATMENT OF AIDS Guan, C; et al; China Academy of TCM, China PA0234 ANTIGENIC PROFILE OF EARLY HIV CTL RESPONSES IN A SERIES OF SEROCONVERTER PATIENTS Hadida, F'; Debre, P'; Oksenhendler, E2; Katlama, C'; Seligman, M2; Autran, B'; 'CH Pitie-Salpetriere; 'CH Saint-Louis, France PAl2: HIV Induced Abnormalities of Humoral Immunity PA0235 ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINATION IN HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS Cimoch, PJ; Loss, SD; Houghton, RA; Reiter, WM; Keller, RH; Vorce, DE; Nemechek, PM; Berger, DS; Piperado, JR; Tomaka, FL; Center for Special Immunology, USA PA0236 ANTI-LACTOFERRIN ANTIBODIES IN HIV-1 INFECTION Defer, MC'; Follkzou, J -Y2; Picard, 0'; Damais, C1; 'U313 INSERM; 2Hopital de la Pitie Salpetriere,'Hopital Saint-Antoine, France PA0237 EVIDENCE OF POLYCLONAL B CELL ACTIVATION IN HIV INFECTION Chia, WK; Wright, F; Li, X; Freedman, J; Read, SE; University of Toronto, Canada PA0238 SERUM IgG AND IgA SUBCLASS CHANGES OVER THREE YEARS IN HEMOPHILIAC CHILDREN WITH HIV INFECTION Takahashi, Y; Odate Municipal Hospital, Japan PA0239 CHANGES IN AUTOREACTIVITY DURING HIV rgpl60 VACCINATION Lundholm, P; Wahren, M; Sandstrom, E; Volvovitz, F; Wahren, B; Karolinska Institute, Sweden PA0240 MOLECULAR MIMICRY OF HIV gpl20 PROTEIN TO VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CA+ + CHANNEL RECEPTOR Blinov, VM; Resenchuk, SM; Chirikova, GB; Denisov, SI; Zverev, VV; Institute of Molecular Biology, Russia PA0241 SEROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF AUTOIMMUNITY IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Stanekova, D; Habekova, M; Mokras, M; Inst of Preventive and Clinical Medicine, Slovakia PA0242 HEPATITIS C VIRUS (HCV) RNA AND HUMAN IMMUNE-DEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV) P24 ANTIGEN IN THE CRYOGLOBULIN OF HEMOPHILIACS WITH HIV AND OR/HCV INFECTION Gohchi, K; Matsuda, J; Gotoh, M; Tsukamoto, M; Saitoh, N; Teikyo Univ School of Medicine, Japan PA0243 THEORETICAL STUDY OF THE MECHANISM BY WHICH HIV INDUCES AIDS Shiozawa, M; Kashimori, Y; Kambara, T; The University of Electro-Communications, Japan PA0244 DIMINISHED SURFACE EXPRESSION OF IgA Fc RECEPTORS (FcaR) ON BLOOD NEUTROPHILS AND MONOCYTES AND THEIR SATURATION BY ENDOGENOUS IgA IN AIDS PATIENTS Grossetete, B; Viard, JP; Bach, JF; Lehuen, A; Monteiro, R; Hopital Necker, France PA0245 COMPUTER SIMULATION OF HIV INDUCED DEFORMATION OF IMMUNE NETWORK SYSTEM Hirai, M; Kashimori, Y; Kambara, T; The University of Electro-Communications, Japan PAl3: HIV Induced Abnormalities of Cellular Immunity PA0246 DISTINCT T CELL DISTURBANCES IN HIV2 INFECTION Jaleco, A; Covas, MJ; Pinto, L; Victorino, RMM; Hospital Santa Maria, Medicina2/Imunologia Clinica, Portugal 174

Page  175 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0247 THE EFFECT OF HIV-INFECTION ON EARLY AGING OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM & THE POSSIBLE ROLE OF MODIFICATION OF REVERSED CD4/CD8 RATIO IN HIV-INFECTION TREATMENT Raoufi, M; Iran's University of Medical Sciences, Iran PA0248 CD4 AND CD8 LYMPHOCYTES IN HIV INFECTED AND NON-INFECTED BABIES BORN TO HIV-1 SEROPOSITIVE MOTHERS, BANGKOK, THAILAND Likanonsakul, S; Wasi, C; Thepthai, C; Sutthent, R; Louisirirotchanakul, S; Chearskul, S; Vanprapar, N; Siriraj Hospital, Thailand PA0249 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE V62T CELL SUBSET SPECIFICALLY DELETED DURING HIV-INFECTION Poccia, F; Boullier, S; Cochet, M; Gougeon, ML; Inst Pasteur, France PA0250 MONITORING OF CD6+ AND CD8+CD38+ LYMPHOCYTE COUNTS IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS IN PROSPECTIVE FOLLOW-UP STUDY Tsertsvadze, T; Shavdia, N; Mebonia, I; Georgian AIDS Reserch Center, Georgia PA0251 HIGH CD4 ANTIGEN DENSITY ON T CELLS IN ADVANCED HIV DISEASE Ujhelyi, E'; BInhegyi, D2; Horvath, A'; TarjAn, V'; Ftist, G'; 'NIHBTI; 2St Llszl6 Hosp; 'Univ Budapest, Hungary PA0252 NEUTROPHIL FUNCTION AS A PROGNOSTIC MARKER IN AIDS Shepeleva, G; Serebrovskaya, LV; Gabrilovich, DI; Ivanova, LA; Kravchenko, AV; Pokrovsky, VV; Russia AIDS Research Centre, Russia PA0253 SJOGREN'S SYNDROME: HIV IgE-LIKE BINDING PROTEINS CAUSE THE AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE Blinov, VM; Grinev, AA; Zverev, VV; Institute for Viral Preparation, Russia PA0254 SUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF V3 LOOP ON IL-2 INDUCED T CELL GROWTH Sakaida, H; Murakami, T; Kawase, S; Hattori, T; Uchiyama, T; Inst for Virus Res, Kyoto Univ, Japan PA0255 SYNOVIAL CELL APOPTOSIS BY HIV-1 INFECTION Hasunuma, T'; Koyanagi, Y2; Aono, H'; Yamamoto, N2; Nishioka, K'; 'St Marianna University; 2Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan PA0256 INFLUENCE OF HIV IN THE INDUCTION OF THE V/G-SPECIFIC ANERGY IN T CELLS FROM HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Dadaglio, G; Garcia S; Montagnier, L; Gougeon, ML; Institut Pasteur, France PA0257 SCREENING FOR HIV-Ab IN SALIVA-A MULTICENTER STUDY Burke, M; Vardinon, N; Bentwich, Z; Burstein, R; Maayan, S; Ben Porat, E; Pollack, S; Yust, I; Morag, A; Israel Task Force, Israel PA0258 ENHANCED IMMUNODEFICIENCY IN HEMOPHILIACS CO-INFECTED WITH HIV-1 AND HTLV-1 Usuku, K; Yashiki, S; Fujiyoshi, T; Osame, M; Sonoda, S; Kagoshima Univ, Japan PA0259 IMPAIRMENT OF T CELL PROLIFERATION BY INCREASED INTRA CELLULAR CAMP DOES NOT PREVENT INDUCTION OF CYTOKINE MRNA Hofmann, B; Sorensen, A; Hansen, JES; Nielsen, JO; Hvidovre University Hospital, DK PA0378 THE EFFECTS OF CYTOKINES ON ANTIBODY-DEPENDENT ENHANCEMENT OF HIV-1 INFECTION Takeda, A; Kontny, U; Kurane, I; Monroe, JE; Ennis, FA; Jichi Med School, Japan; 2'University of Massachusetts Med School, USA PAl4: Cytokines PA0260 HEAT-INACTIVEATED HIV-1 INDUCES PRODUCTION OF BOTH TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR ALPHA AND ITS SOLUBLE RECEPTOR (TNF-SR75) BY HUMAN MONOCYTES Rimaniol, AC'; Boussin, F'; Herbelin, A'; De Groote, D'; Dormont, D3; Bach, JF'; Descamps-Latscha, B'; Zavala, F'; 'INSERM U25, Necker Hosp, France; 2Medgenix Group Research Fleurus, Belgium; 'Laboratoire de Neuropathologie experimentale, France PA0261 INHIBITION OF TNF PRODUCTION BY LENTINAN AND CURDLAN SULFATE Masihi, KN'; Chihara, G2; Kaneko, Y'; 'Robert Koch Inst, Germany; 2Biotech Res Ctr Teikyo Univ; 'Ajinomoto Co, Japan PA0262 DOWNREGULATION OF ADF/HUMAN THIOREDOXIN AS A POSSIBLE MEDIATOR OF HIV-INDUCED APOPTOSIS Sato, N; Iwata, S; Masutani, H; Nakamura, K; Hori, T; Yodoi, J; Kyoto Univ, Japan PA0263 REGULATION OF TNF-a RELEASE BY DIFFERENT NEOPLASTIC B CELLS Simonelli, C; Coral, S; Gasparollo, A; Tirelli, U; Altomonte, M; Maio, M; INRCCS-CRO, Italy PA0264 DECREASED SPONTANEOUS PRODUCTION OF IL-1 AND TNFa IN HIV SEROPOSITIVE INDIVIDUALS TREATED WITH AZT Sadeghi, H; Weiss, L; Ledur, A; Kazatchkine, MD; Haeffner-Cavaillon, N; INSERM U28, UniversitE Pierre et Marie Curie, Hopital Broussais, France 175

Page  176 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0265 EFFECT OF TNF-a AND IFN-y ON HIV-1 REPLICATION IN VITRO Han, X'; Becker, K2; Degen, H'; Jablonowski, H2; Strohmeyer, G2; Jungwirth, C'; 'Univ Wtirzburg; 2Univ Dtusseldorf, Germany PA0266 TNF-alpha IN AIDS ASSOCIATED TOXOPLASMOSIS Singh, S; Singh, N; Maniar, JK; Saple, DG; Seth, T; New Delhi & GT Hospital, India PA0267 TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR PRODUCTION IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS UTILITY AS A SURROGATE AND RELATIONSHIP WITH OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS Sala, M; Monteagudo, M; Amengual, MJ; Sasal, M; Cervantes, M; Segura, F; Hospital de Sabadell, Spain PA0268 TRANSCRIPTIONAL ALTERATION OF TNF-ALPHA AND IL-6 IN AN HIV-INFECTED MONOCYTE/MACROPHAGE LINEAGE CELL LINES Terunuma, H; Ohara, Y; Mizobuchi, M; Tsunoda, I; Iwasaki, Y; Tohoku University School of Medicine, Japan PA0269 TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-a, INTERLEUKIN-1 p AND IL-6 CONCENTRATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH LIPID ABNORMALITIES IN THE SERUM OF HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS Dupon, M; Sion, A; Iron, A; Paty, MC; Cassaigne, A; Lacut, JY; Pellegrin Hospital, France PA0270 TRIGLYCERIDES (TG) AND TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-a (TNF-a) IN HIV INFECTION Llobet, P; Muga, R; Abad, E; Gonzalez, JA; Ruzafa, A; Rey-Joly, C; Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol, Spain PA0271 DETECTION OF LOCAL PRODUCTION OF INTERLEUKIN-O10 IN KAPOSI'S SARCOMA ASSOCIATED WITH AIDS Oyafuso, LK'; Akridge, RE2; Reed, SG2'3; 'Inst Infect Emilio Ribas, Brazil; 'Infect Dis Research Inst, USA; 'Cornell Univ Med College, USA PA0272 DECREASED CONCENTRATIONS OF IL-10 IN PATIENTS WITH HIV-INFECTION Kucharzik, T; Stoll, R; Ltlgering, N; Domschke, W; University of Munster, Germany PA0273 SOLUBLE IL-6R IS GENERATED THROUGH AN ALTERNATIVE SPICING Horiuchi, S; Koyanagi, Y; Shou, E; Tanaka, Y; Waki, M; Matsumoto, A; Yamamoto, M; Yamamoto, N; Tokyo Med and Dent University, Japan PA0274 USEFULNESS OF CYTOKINES FOR ADVANCED HIV INFECTION DIAGNOSIS Portilla, J; Sanchez, J; Boix, V; Mutnoz, C; Sen, ML; Priego, M; P~rez-Mateo, M; Hospital General Universitario de Alicante, Spain PA0275 INTERFERON-a AUGMENTS INTERLEUKIN-8 RELEASE FROM LATENTLY HIV-1-INFECTED MONOCYTIC CELL LINE, U937 CELLS Ohashi, K; Akazawa, R; Kurimoto, M; Hayashibara Biochem Labs, Inc, Japan PA0276 TNF AND IL-6 PRODUCTION IN LPS-STIMULATED BLOOD OF HIV-INFECTED PERSONS Heyligenberg, R; Romijn, JA; Godfried, MH; Endert, E; Sauerwein, HP; Academic Medical Center, the Netherlands PA0277 CYTOKINES IN THE URINE OF HIV+ AND AIDS PATIENTS Stein, TP; Koerner, B; Schluter, MD; Condoluci, D; Univ of Med and Dent of NJ, USA PA0278 CYTOKINES IN ACUTE HIV1 AND EBV INFECTIONS Biglino, A; Forno, B; Pollono, A; Sinicco, A; Univ of Turin, Italy PA0279 SUPPRESSION OF HIV-REPLICATION IN MACROPHAGES INDUCED BY GM-CSF Matsuda, S; Akagawa, K; Honda, M; Yokota, Y; Takebe, Y; Takemori, T; NIH, Japan PA0280 DIFFERENCE IN LATENCY BETWEEN TWO CELL LINES CHRONICALLY INFECTED WITH HIV Owatari, S; Zhang, J; Gao, M; Hossain, M; Tanabe-Tochikura, A; Kageyama, S; Wakamiya, N; Tsuchie, H; Kurimura, T; Res lust for Microbial Dis, Osaka University, Japan PAO281 ROLE OF CYTOKINES ON HERPES SIMPLEX INFECTION IN HIV DISEASE Kundu, S; Merigan, TC; Stanford Univ, Med Center, USA PA0282 ENHANCEMENT OF IN VITRO REPLICATION OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS (CMV) BY IL-8 Murayama, T; Mukaida, N; Matsushima, K; Kanazawa Med Univ; Kanazawa Univ, Japan PA0283 ONCOSTATIN M INHIBITS HIV-TAT MEDIATED TRANSACTIVATION IN HELA-TAT CELLS EstE, JA; Witvrouw, M; Tu, J; Pauwels, R; De Clercq, E; Vandamme, A-M; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium PA0284 THE EXPRESSION OF CELL ADHESION MOLECULES IS MODULATED BY THE GP120-INDUCED CYTOKINES-POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS IN HIV-1 INFECTION Dianzani, F'; Capobianchi, MR'; Castilletti, C'; Fais, S'; Ameglio, F'; Cordiali Fei, P'; Mercuri, F'; Ficociello, B'; 'University "La Sapienza"; 'Institute San Gallicano, Italy 176

Page  177 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0285 PENTOXIFYLLINE (PTX) AS A TNF INHIBITOR IN HIV+ INDIVIDUALS Sonnabend, J'; Buimovici-Klein, E; Freeman, K; Smith, B; Mohan, V; Harrington, M; 'Community Research Initiative on AIDS, USA PA0286 INDUCTION OF IFN PRODUCTION BY OLIGO DNA WITH CERTAIN PALINDROMIC SEQUENCES Yamamoto, T; Yamamoto, S; Kataoka, T; Kohase, M; Komuro, K; Tokunaga, T; NIH, Japan PA0287 EVALUATIVE INVESTIGATION OF PSICOSOCIAL FACTORS IN 20 HIV MORE SURVIVAL Gonzalez, N; Fundacion Amigos de la Vida, Venezuela PA0288 MATCHED BACTERIAL EXPRESSION AND PROVIRAL INFECTION VECTORS FOR DIRECT CLONING OF PCR-GENERATED WILD-TYPE AND MUTANT (DRUG RESISTANT) HIV-1 PROTEASE GENES Maschera, B; Furfine, E; Blair, E; Wellcome Research Laboratories, UK; Burroughs-Wellcome Co, USA PA0289 IGE SYNTHESIS DRIVEN BY IL-4 PRODUCING CD8+ CELLS IN AIDS Scala, E'; Paganelli, R'; Ansotegui, IJ'; Ausiello, CM2; Sirianni, MC'; Halapi, E3; D'Offizi, G'; Mezzaroma, I'; Fanales-Belasio, E'; Cassone, A2; Aiuti, F'; 'Univ "La Sapienza" Italy; 2ISS, Italy; 'Karolinska Inst, Sweden PAl5: Antivirals PA0290 OXIDATIVE STRESS & APOPTOSIS IN HIV INFECTION A ROLE FOR SYNERGISTIC ANTIOXIDANT METABOLITES FROM PLANTS Greenspan, H; Aruoma, O'; LGD Biomedical Group, USA; 'University of London, UK PA0291 BIRM-CARBOHIDRATE OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT ECA 10-142 CONTROLS AIDS Cevallos, AE; Metropolitan Hosptal Quito, Ecuador PA0292 CYSTEAMINE AND CYSTAMINE INHIBIT HIV-1 REPLICATION IN CELLS OF MONOCYTE/MACROPHAGE AND T CELL LINEAGES Ho, W-Z; Zhu, X -H; Song, L; Cutilli, J; Douglas, SD; The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, USA PA0293 INHIBITION OF HIV-1 REPLICATION BY SDZ NIM 811, A NON-IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE CYCLOSPORIN A ANALOG Rosenwirth, B; Sandoz Research Institute, Austria PA0294 PENTOXIFYLLINE ENHANCES THE ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY OF DDI AGAINST HIV-1 IN CULTURED MONONUCLEAR CELLS Zhang, L; Novick, W; Crumpacker, CS; Beth Israel Hospital; Hoechst-Roussel Pharm, USA PA0295 SEXUAL TRANSMISSION OF ZIDOVUDINE-RESISTANT HIV-1 Imrie, A'; Carr, A'; Zheng, N'; Roggensack, M'; Duncombe, C2; Finlayson, R2; Vizzard, J3; Kaldor, J'; Penny, R'; Cooper, DA3; the PHI Study Group; 'St Vincent's Hospital; 2Private practice; 'NCHECR, UNSW, Australia PA0296 INHIBITION OF HIV-1 PROVIRAL DNA INTEGRATION IN CELL CULTURES BY AZT TREATMENT Bruno, R; Debiaggi, M; Carlevari, M; Romero, E; Filice, G; Universiy of Pavia, Italy PA0297 CELLULAR RESISTANCE INDUCED BY IN VITRO AZT-TREATMENT OF CEM CELLS Riva, E3; Turriziani, 03; Simeoni, E3; Di Marco, P'; Bellarosa, D'; Romagnoli, G2; Cianfriglia, M2; Antonelli, G'; Dianzani, F3; 3Univ "La Sapienza"; 2ISS; 'Univ of Pisa, Italy PA0298 ANALYSIS OF THE PRESENCE OF AZT-RESISTANT HIV IN CARRIERS Sakamoto, T"2; Tochikura, A'; Sasao, F'; Kageyama, S'; Wakamiya, N'; Tsuchie, H'; Uemura, H2; Kurimura, T'; 'Research Institute for Microbial Diseases, Osaka Univ; 2Foso Pharmacentical Industries, Japan PA0299 KYNOSTATIN (KNI) -272: AN ORALLY BIOAVAILABLE TRIPEPTIDE HIV PROTEASE INHIBITOR CONTAINING ALLOPHENYLNORSTATINE Kiso, Y'; Mimoto, T"2; Enomoto, H'; Kisanuki, S2; Moriwaki, H'; Kimura, T'; Hattori, N2; Hayashi, H2; Takada, K'; Akaji, K'; 'Kyoto Pharmaceutical University; 2Japan Energy Co, Japan PAO300 STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPS OF A NOVEL ANTI-HIV SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE, T22, AND ITS DERIVATIVES Nakashima, H'; Ito, M'; Murakami, T'; Terakawa, Y'; Masuda, M'; Tamamura, H3; Fujii, N3; Waki, M4; Matsumoto, A4; Yamamoto, N2; 'Yamanashi Med Univ; 2Tokyo Med Dent Univ; 'Kyoto Univ; 4Seikagaku Co, Japan PAO301 T22 PEPTIDE INHIBITS MEMBRANE MIXING OF CELL FUSION Murakami, T'; Koyanagi, Y'; Minoguchi, S2; Shida, H2; Waki, M'; Matsumoto, A3; Yamamoto, N'; 'Tokyo Med Dent University; 2Kyoto University; 'Seikagaku Co, Japan PA0302 MOLECULAR PARAMETER FOR ANTI-HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS ACTIVITY OF T22 ( [TYR5, 12, LYS7]-POLYPHEMUSIN II) Fujii, Ni; Terakawa, y'; Otaka, A'; Tamamura, H'; Masuda, M'; Koide, T'; Matsuzaki, K'; Murakami, T2; Nakashima, H3; Waki, M4; Miyajima, K'; Yamamoto, N'; 'Kyoto Univ; 2Tokyo Med Dent Univ; 'Yamanashi Med Univ; 4Seikagaku Co, Japan PA0303 THE STUDY OF CHITOZAN SULPHATE ANTI-HIV ACTION MECHANISM Kornilayeva, GV; Andreev, SM; Gamzazade, AI; Karamov, EV; DI Ivanovsky Inst of Virology, Russia 177

Page  178 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0304 ANTI-HIV ACTIVITY OF SULFATED ALKYLOLIGOSACCHARIDES IN A QUASI-IN-VIVO ASSAY SYSTEM AS AN INTERMEDIARY STEP TO CLINICAL TRIALS Inazawa, K'; Nakashima, H'; Ito, M'; Yamamoto, N2; Ikushima, N3; Shoji, T3; Katsuraya, K4; Uryu, T4; 'Yamanashi Med Univ; 2Tokyo Med Dent Univ; 'Dainippon Ink; 4Univ of Tokyo, Japan PA0305 EFFECTS OF SULFATED DERIVATIVES OF PLANT ORIGIN ON HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS INFECTION Ogawara, H'; Hirayama, F2; Mizuno, T3; Uchino, K3; Saito, T2; Nakashima, H4; Yamamoto, N'; 'Meiji College of Pharmacy; 2Yamanouchi Pharmaceutical Co; 3Nippon Flour Mills Co; 4Yamanashi Medical University; 'Tokyo Medical and Dental University; Japan PA0306 DESIGN OF ANTI-HIV AGENTS BASED ON GLYCYRRHIZIC ACID Plyasunova, 01; Pokrovsky, A1; Baltina, L2; Murinov, Y'; Tolstikov, G2; 'Institute of Molecular Biology; 2'Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russia PA0307 VESNARINONE, A QUINOLINONE DERIVATIVE, INHIBITS THE REPLICATION OF HIV-1 IN CULTURED CELLS Maruyama, I'; Nakajima, T'; Kitajima, I'; Osame, M'; Zhao, JQ'; Chen, ISY'; Aihara, K'; Nakai, S3; Ikeda, M'; Adachi, M3; 'Kagoshima Univ, Japan; 2UCLA School of Med, USA; 3Otsuka Pharm Co, Ltd, Japan PA0308 A SERIES OF SULFONATED AND PHOSPONATED DERIVATIVES OF DISTAMYCIN WHICH INHIBIT THE REPLICATION OF HIV Clanton, DJ'; Rice, WG'; Buckheit, RW'; Mongelli, N3; Borgia, AL3; Bader, JP4; 'Program Resources, Inc, USA; 2Frederick Research Center, USA; 3Farmitalia Carlo Erba, Italy; 'National Cancer Institute, USA PA0309 MODIFIED CYCLODEXTRIN SULFATE (mCDS71); PROTEIN BINDING AND ANTI-HIV MECHANISM Otake, T'; Mori, H'; Moriya, T'; Yamasaki, K'; Yamakita, H2; Morimoto, M'; Matsumoto, K2; Ueba, N'; 'Osaka Prefectural Institute of Public Health; 2Tanabe Seiyaku Co Ltd, Japan PAO310 NPO6: A NOVEL ANTI-HIV OLIGOPEPTIDE PRODUCED BY ACTINOMYCES Machida, M'; Date, T'; Toyota, K'; Ishida, S'; Watanabe, K'; Ohta, K'; Yoshioka, H'; Chokekijchai, S2; Kojima, E2_; Roller, P3; Mitsuya, H2; Murakami, K'; 'Nippon Paper Industries, Co, Ltd, Japan; 2NCI, NIH, USA PAO311 PHARMACOKINETICS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS) - TARGETING 6-HALO-DIDEOXYGUANOSINES IN MICE AND MONKEYS Watanabe, K'; Fujii, Y'; Kojima, E'; Balis, F'; Hawkins, M2; Shirasaka, T2; Machida, M'; Yoshioka, H'; Mitsuya, H2'; Murakami, K'; 'Nippon Paper Industries, Co, Ltd, Japan; 'NCI, NIH, USA PA0312 NOVEL HIGHLY PROMISING HEPT ANALOGUE: MKC-442 Ubasawa, M'; Takashima, H'; Sekiya, K'; Yuasa, S'; Niwa, T'; Yamamoto, M'; Tsutsui, N'; Tanaka, H2; Miyasaka, T2; Baba, M3; 'Mitsubishi Kasei Corporation; 'Showa University; 3Fukushima Medical College, Japan PA0313 MODULATION OF HIV PRODUCTION BY SALICYLATES Kotler, DP'; Buimovici-Klein, E; Mohan, V; Maitra, U; Sonnabend, J; St Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital Center, USA PA0314 ANTIVIRAL EFFECT OF CONVERGENT VS DIVERGENT DRUG COMBINATION ON HIV-1 SPREAD IN VITRO Chong, KT; Pagano, PJ; Upjohn Laboratories, USA PA0315 LACTOFERRIN PREVENTS INFECTION OF HIV IN VITRO Tanaka, S; Tokai University, Japan PA0316 STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPS OF NOVEL AMIDES OF BETULINIC ACID BLOCKING HIV-1 ENTRY Dereu, N; Bousseau, A; Poujade C; Evers, M; Henin, Y; Mayaux, JF; Rh6ne-Poulenc Rorer SA, France PA0317 NOVEL NON-NUCLEOSIDE COMPOUND WITH IN VITRO ANTI-HIV-1 ACTIVITY De la Fuente, JA; Cross, S; Marugin, JJ; PharmaMar SA, Spain PAO318 ANTI-HIV-1 ACTIVITY OF THE EXTRACT OF FUSCOPORIA OBLIQUA Mori, H'; Otake, T'; Yamasaki, K'; Nishio, M2; Morimoto, M'; Ueba, N'; 'Osaka Prefectural Institute of Public Health; 2Tanabe Seiyaku Co Ltd, Japan PA0319 SCREENING OF ANTI-HIV ACTIVITY OF KOREAN AND CHINESE TRADITIONAL MEDICINES Lee, J-S; Lee, HR; Nam, JG; Lee, YJ; Kang, C; Shin, YO; Center for AIDS Research, Korea PA0320 ENCYCLANE DERIVATIVES AS ANTI-HIV DRUGS Pokrovsky, A'; Plyasunova, O'; Fedyuk, N'; Kiselev, O'; Ponizovsky, M2; Charushin, V'; Chupahin, 02'; 'Inst Molecular Biology; 2'Ural Politech Inst, Russia PA0321 INHIBITION OF HIV ACTIVITY IN VITRO AND IN VIVO BY MDI-P Morrow, RE'; Welch, DW2; 'Medical Discoveries, Inc; 2WMCL INC, USA PA0322 CONFORMATIONAL STUDIES ON ANTI-AIDS DRUGS AND AGENTS Saran, A; Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India PA0323 HIV-1 REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE (RT) BINDING AND BOUND RT ASSAYS WITHOUT USING RADIOISOTOPE Sano, K; Nakamura, T; Nakano, T; Odawara, F'; Norimatsu, S; Misaki, H'; Nakai, M; Osaka Medical College; 'Asahi Chemical Industry Co, Japan 178

Page  179 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0324 VIRAL CHARACTERIZATION AND COMPARISON OF WILD-TYPE HIV-1 WITH RT INHIBITOR-RESISTANT MUTANTS Ijichi, K'; Fujiwara, M'; Konno, K'; Shigeta, S2; Yokota, T'; Baba, M2; 'Rational Drug Design Laboratories; 2Fukushima Medical College, Japan PA0325 IN VITRO ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HIV-1 MUTANTS RESISTANT TO BOTH AZT AND MKC-442 Yuasa, S'; Sadakata, Y'; Seki, M'; Hashimoto, K2; Baba, M2; Mitsubishi Kasei Corporation; 2Fukushima Medical College, Japan PA0326 A SIMPLE EIA FOR ASSAYING HIV PROTEASE ACTIVITY Syu, W-J; National Yang-Ming Medical College, Taipei, ROC PA0327 BIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF ANALOGS OF THE HIV-1 PROTEASE INHIBITOR CGP 53 437 Schneider, P; Alteri, E; Bold, G; Capraro, H -G; Faessler, A; Lang, M; Mestan, J; Roesel, J; Ciba-Geigy Ltd, Switzerland PA0328 INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF TROPICAL PLANTS ON HIV-PROTEASE Miyashiro, H'; Lim, JA'; Nakabayashi, T'; Miyaji, M'; Hattori, M'; Shimotohno, K2; 'Toyama Med Pharm Univ; 2Nat Cancer Cent Res Inst, Japan PA0329 INHIBITION OF HIV-1 BY ANTISENSE DNA OLIGONUCLEOTIDE Bochkova, MS2; Zhigulin, AO'; Petrova, MS'; Kalnina, LB'; Pokrovsky, VV2; Nossik, DN'; 'D I Ivanovsky Institute of Virology; 2Institute of Epidemiology, Russia PA0330 MECHANISMS OF MODIFIED ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES Hatta, T'; Takaki, K'; Nakashima, N2; Yamamoto, N2 Takaku, H'; 'Chiba Institute of Technology, 2Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan PA0331 ADDITIONAL ANTI-HIV ACTIVITY OF ANTISENSE WITH INTERFERONS Matsukura, M'; Zon, G2; 'Kumamoto Univ Med School, Japan; 2Lynx Therapeutics, USA PA0332 MULTI-BRANCHED PEPTIDE CONSTRUCTS (MBPC) OF THE V3 LOOP OF gpl20 INHIBIT HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS INFECTION Benjouad, A; Fenouillet, E; Chapuis, F; Gluckman, JC; Sabatier, JM'; CNRS URA 1463, Hopital Piti-Salpetriere; 'CNRS URA 1455, Faculte de Madecine Nord, France PA0333 PEPTIDE T ANTAGONISES THE POTENTIATION OF HIV-1 REPLICATION BY TNFa Race, E'; Stein, CA'; Chargelegue, D'; Oxford, JS'; Aston, R2; 'Retroscreen Ltd, London Hospital, Medical College; 'Peptech UK PA0334 NEW HIV-1 RT INHIBITORS BELONGING TO THE CLASS OF TIBO/ NEVIRAPINE COMPOUNDS Bellarosa, D"2; Antonelli, G2; Bambacioni, F'; Turriziani, O'; Riva, E'; Giannotti, D2; Giachetti, A2; Dianzani, F'; 'Univ La Sapienza; 2Menarini Ricerche Sud, Dept of Pharmacology; 'Univ of Pisa, Italy PA0335 NEW ANTI-HIV DRUG WHICH TARGETS THE OLIGOSACCHARIDE CHAINS OF HIV ENVELOPE GLYCOPROTEIN Mizuochi, T'; Nakata, M'; Oki, T2; Murakami, T'Nakashima, H'; Yamamoto, N'; 'Tokai University; 2Tamagawa University; 'Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan PA0336 ANTI-HIV EFFECTS OF REDOX REAGENTS ON HIV-1 INFECTED CELL LINES Shoji, S; Furuishi, K; Misumi, S; Miyazaki, T; Kino, M; Yamataka, K; Matsuoka, H; Tachibana, K; Kumamoto Univ, Japan PA0337 EFFECTS OF POLYCATIONS ON INFECTION WITH HUMAN RETROVIRUSES Haraguchi, Y; Yang, D; Shimizu, N; Takeuchi, Y; Hoshino, H; Gunma University, Japan PA0338 THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF FK 506 IN PATIENTS WITH HIV DISEASE Karpas, A; University of Cambridge, UK PA0339 HIV-1 RESISTANT TO PROTEASE INHIBITORS IN VITRO DUE TO ONE POINT MUTATION IN POL GENE El-Farrash, MA; Kuroda, MJ; Harada, S; Kumamoto University, Japan PA0340 TODOXIN-HIV INHIBITORY AND IMMUNOSTIMULATING EFFICACY Jovanovic T'; Jondal, M2; Cragg, G'; 'Todoxin Study Group, Austria; 2Karolinska Institute, Sweden; 'NIH, USA PA0341 VESNARINONE, A QUINOLINONE DERIVATIVE, INHIBITS THE CYTOKINE SECRETIONS BY HUMAN PBMCs Aihara, K'; Momota, H"2; Okada, H2; Takamatsu, J'; Akamatsu, S'; Sogo, S'; Shindoh, Y'; Ohmoto, Y'; Nishida, T'; Nakai, S'; Kitajima, I4; Maruyama, I4; Adachi, M'; 'Otsuka Pharm Co, Ltd; 2Nagoya City Univ; 'Nagoya Univ, 4Kagoshima Univ, Japan PA0342 INHIBITION OF HIV INFECTION BY A NOVEL SOLUBLE FACTOR PRODUCED BY NON-LYMPHOID CELL LINE Teshigawara, K; Hattori, T'; Okubo, Y; Sun, L; Fukata, H; Honda, M2; Uchida, A; 'Kyoto Univ2Virus Inst; 'NIH, Japan PA0343 HIV PROTEASE INHIBITOR RO 31-8959: ABSENCE OF IMMUNOREGULATORY EFFECTS Dulioust, A; Goujard, C; Crouvoisier, M; Wallon, C; Delfraissy, JF; H6pital Antoine Becltre, France 179

Page  180 TRACK A: Basic Science PA0344 PROPOSAL FOR EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES TO EVALUATE SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE DIALYSATE IN RETROVIRAL TREATMENT Avlicino, AA; Newton, CL; USA PAl6: Gene Therapy PA0345 GENETIC IMMUNIZATION OF HUMANS FOR AIDS IMMUNOTHERAPY USING DIRECT RETROVIRAL VECTOR ADMINISTRATION Warner JF; Irwin, M; Laube, L; Lee, V; Anderson, C-G; Chada, S; Peters, G; Ziegner, U; Merchant, B; Klump, W; Sajjadi, N; Jolly, D; Mento, S; Galpin, J'; Viagene, Inc; 'Shared Medical Research Foundation, USA PA0346 INTERFERONp TRANSFECTED HUMAN CELLS ARE PROTECTED FROM HIV INFECTION IN VITRO AND IN VIVO FOLLOWING TRANSPLANTATION INTO SCID MICE Sanhadji, K'; Firouzi, R'; Leissner, P'; Laplace, S'; Touraine, J-L'; Mehtali, M2'; 'Faculte A Carrel, INSERM U80; 'Transgene, France PA0347 GENE THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO AIDS Symonds, G; Sun, L-Q; Pyati, J; Smythe, J; Gerlach, W; The RW Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Australia PA0348 A REV MUTANT EXPRESSED IN CYTOPLASM RESCUED CELLS FROM HIV-1 INDUCED CELL DEATH Furuta, RA; Kubota, S; Hattori, T; Hatanaka, M; Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto Universtiy, Japan PA0349 INTRACELLULAR ANTIBODIES "INTRABODIES" FOR AIDS GENE THERAPY Marasco, WA'; Chen, S -Y'; Bagley, J'; Mhashilkar, A'; Khouri, Y'; Jones, S'; Ramstedt, U2'; 'Dana-Farber Cancer Inst, Harvard Med School; 'Virus Research Institute, USA PA0350 MONOCLONAL HUMAN Fab AGAINST HIV-1 rev and tat PROTEINS Pilkington, GR; Duan, L'; Keil, W; Pomerantz, R'; Intracel Corp; 'Thomas Jefferson University, USA PA0351 DEVELOPMENT OF A SHOTGUN-TYPE ANTI-HIV-1 MULTI-TARGETED RIBOZYME EXPRESSION SYSTEM Ohkawa, J,2'; Yuyama, N'; Homann, M'; Sczakiel, G'; Takebe, Y'; Taira, K'; 'National Inst of Bioscience and Human Technology, 2NIH, Japan; 3Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, Germany PA0352 MULTI-FUNCTIONAL ANTI-HIV-1 RIBOZYME EXPRESSION VECTOR Yuyama, N; Ohkawa, J; Taira, K; National Institute of Bioscience and Human Technology, Japan PA0353 DOMINANT NEGATIVE ENV MUTANT OF FRIEND MURINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS Matano, T; Odawara, T; Ohshima, M; Iwamoto, A; Yoshikura, H; University of Tokyo, Japan PA0354 MOLECULAR THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO HIV-1 INFECTION AND AIDS Lisziewicz, J'; Sun, D'; Lori, F'; Peng, B'; Ensoli, B'; Agrawal, S2; Gallo, RC'; 'NCI, NIH; 2Hybridon, Inc, USA PA0355 SPECIFIC ABLATION OF ATL CELLS USING HIV VECTOR CARRYING THYMIDINE KINASE GENE Obaru, K; Matsushita, S; Fujii, S; Shimada, T; Takatsuki, K; Kumamoto University, Japan PAl7: Vaccines PA0356 ENHANCING IMMUNOGENICITY OF HIV-1 PND BY USING FOREIGN T-h EPITOPE Kumar, A; AIIMS, India PA0357 IMPROVED CONSTRUCTION OF SYNTHETIC HIV VACCINE CANDIDATES Sia, C'; Chong, P'; Matthews, T2; Bolognesi, D2; Klein, M' 'Connaught Labs Ltd, Canada; 'Duke University, USA PA0358 CONTROLLED RELEASE SUBUNIT VACCINE FOR HIV-1 Cleland, JL'; Powell, MF'; Lim, A'; Barron, L'; Berman, PW2; Nunberg, JH'; Murthy, KK2; 'Genentech, Inc; 2SFBR, USA PA0359 T-CELL PROLIFERATIVE AND CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY INDUCED IN ANIMALS BY A HIV 1-NEF RECOMBINANT BCG Gheorghiu, M; Gicquel, B; Lagranderie, M; Institut Pasteur, France PA0360 INDUCTION OF CROSS-NEUTRALISING ANTIBODIES AND CTL BY A CHEMICALLY INACTIVATED WHOLE HIV VACCINE Race, E'; Addawe, MD'; Frezza, P'; Oxford, JS'; 'London Hospital, Medical College, UK; 2ISI, Italy PA0361 PRIMING OF CD8+ CTL BY IMMUNIZATION WITH SYNGENEIC IRRADIATED HIV-1 DERIVED PEPTIDE-PULSED DENDRITIC CELLS Takahashi, H; Nakagawa, Y; Yokomuro, K; Berzofsky, J'; Nippon Medical School, Japan; 'NCI, NIH, USA PA0362 EXPRESSION OF HIV-1 CORE/ENVELOPE CHIMERIC VIRUS-LIKE PARTICLES IN BACULOVIRUS-INFECTED CELLS Truong, C; Brand, D; Roingeard, P; Mallet, F; Goudeau, A; Barin, F; CHRU Bretonneau, and ENS, France PA0363 EX VIVO NEUTRALIZATION OF HIV QUASISPESIES BY A BROADLY REACTIVE HUMANIZED MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY Matsushita, S'; Eda, Y'; Yoshimura, K'; Murakami, T2; Shiozaki, K'; Tokiyoshi, S; Takatsuki, K'; 'Kumamoto Univ; 'CSTRI, Japan 180

Page  181 TRACK A: Basic Science A NOVEL MULTICOMPONENT VACCINE (VC1) Bukawa, H; Hamajima, K; Okuda, K; Yokohama City University, Japan PA0365 ADJUVANT STRATEGY FOR TH-1 TYPE IMMUNITY Sugimoto, M; Ohishi, K; Fukasawa, M; Shikata, K; Kawai, H; Itakura, H; Sakakibara, R; Ishiguro, M; Nakada, M; Mizuochi, T; Hatanaka, M; Nagasaki Univ, and Tokai Univ; Japan PA0366 HIV ISOLATES REPOSITORIES IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD: ESTABLISHMENT AND PRELIMINARY CHARACTERIZATION Brlgido, LFM;Beltrao, PCB; Rossini, MAA; Oliveira, MI; Santos, VA'; Wakin, VL'; Duarte, AJS'; Instituto Adolfo Lutz; 'Faculty of Medicine USP, Brazil PA0367 HIV-1 V3 LOOP SEQUENCE FROM GULU DISTRICT (UGANDA) Giraldo, G'; Buonaguro, FM1; Greco, D2; Beth-Giraldo, E'; Lukwiya, M'; Sempala, SDK4; 'I NT, Italy; 2ISS, Italy; 'Lacor Hospital, Uganda; 4UVRI, Uganda PA0368 V3 EPITOPE-GRAFTED IMMUNOGLOBULIN AS A NEW AIDS VACCINE CANDIDATE Kumagai, Y; Biomaterial Research Institute, Japan PA0369 SYNTHETIC GP120-DERIVED PEPTIDE IMMUNOGENS INDUCE IL-4 AND IL-6 SECRETION IN VIVO Klinman, D'; Haynes, BF2; Conover, J'; 'CBER/FDA; 2Duke University Medical Centre, USA PA0370 IMMUNOGENECITY OF MACROMOLECULE SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE (AG3) CORRESPONDING TO THE EPITOPE OF V3 REGION IN HIV-1 ENVELOPE gpl20 Hamajima, K'; Bukawa, H'; Yamamoto, A2; Okuda, K'; 'Yokohama City University; 2Terumo Corporation R and D Center, Japan PA0371 IMMUNOGENICITY OF AN HIV-1-MULTIEPITOPE PEPTIDE (MEP) Montero, M'; Duarte, C'; Menendez, A'; Navea, L2; et al; 'Center for Gen Eng and Biotechnology (CIGB); 'AIDS Ref Labs, Cuba PA0372 DNA VACCINE INDUCES STRONG CTLS AGAINST HIV-1 TARGET CELLS Okuda, K'; Bukawa, H'; Hamajima, K'; Fukushima, J'; Yamamoto, A2; Kawamoto, S'; 'Yokohama City Univ Sch of Med; 'Terumo Corporation R and D Ctr, Japan PA0373 COMBINED MODALITY IMMUNIZATION ELICITS SIV-SPECIFIC CTL Yasutomi, Y'; Alving, CR'; Wassef, N2; Conard, P'; Conley, AJ'; Emini, EA; Madsen, J4; Woods, R4; Koenig, S4; Letvin, NL'; 'Harvard Medical School, Southborough; 'Walter Reed Army Institute of Research; 'Merck Research Lab; 'MedImmune, Inc, USA PA0375 PHASE I STUDY OF HIV-1 MN V3 OCTAMERIC PEPTIDE VACCINE Gorse, GJ'; Keefer, M; Weinhold, K; Matthews, T; Stablein, D; Potts, B2; Forrest, B2; The NIAID AIDS Vaccine Clinical Trials Network (AVEG); 'Saint Louis Univ and VAMC; 2United Biomedicals, Inc, USA PA0376 PPD-V3 LOOP PEPTIDE CONJUGATE VACCINE Rubinstein, A; Goldstein, H; Cryz, S'; Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA; 'Swiss Serum and Vaccine Inst, Switzerland 181

Page  182 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB03: Opportunistic Infections: Bacterial and Viral PB0512 USE OF INTRA-OCULAR GANCICLOVIR IN EYES WITH CMV RETINITIS PREVIOUSLY HAVING UNDERGONE SILICONE OIL TAMPONADE OF A RETINAL DETACHMENT Ussery, FM III; Park Plaza Hospital, USA PB0513 A LONGITUDINAL COMPARISON OF RETINAL FUNCTION OF INTRAVENOUS GANCICLOVIR VS THE CHIRON INTRAOCULAR IMPLANT IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH CMV RETINITIS Latkany, P'; Frost, K2; Seiple, W'; Holopigian, K'; 'New York University Medical Center; 'Treatment Action Group, USA PB0514 FOSCARNET AND GANCYCLOVIR ASSOCIATED THERAPY FOR CYTOMEGALOVIRUS RETINITIS IN AIDS PATIENTS Ursitti, MA; Zotti, CA'; Gaft, S; Giudici, MG; Testa, L; Corradini, R; Chiaravalloti, F'; Bonazzi, L; Div. Malattie Infettive; 'Div. Oculistica, USL 9, Italy PB0515 LASER TREATMENT ON RETINAL FOCAL LESIONS AS PROPHILAXIS OF RETINAL DETACHMENT CAUSED BY CYTOMEGALOVIRUS AND HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS RETINITIS IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Zotti, CA'; Gaff, S2; Ursitti, MA2; Testa, L2; Barchi, E2; Giudici, MG2; Corradini, R2; Bonazzi, L2; Chiaravalloti, F'; 'Div Oculistica; 'Div Malattie Infettive, USL9, Italy PB0516 CMV ANTIGENEMIA IN AIDS PATIENTS RECEIVING GANCICLOVIR FOR CMV RETINITIS Magno, M'; Sebastiani, G'; Folgori, F'; Mastroianni, CM'; Vullo, V'; Volpi, A'; "'La Sapienza" University; 'Tor Vergata University, Italy PB0517 LONG-TERM VISUAL OUTCOME IN CMV RETINITIS Olmari, M; Gabriel, V; Sansonetti, A; Hirschel, B; Infectious Dis and Ophthal, HCUG, Switzerland PB0518 EFFECTS OF SERUM STARVATION ON CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION OF CULTURED HUMAN RETINAL PIGMENT EPITHELIAL CELLS Ando, Y1,2; Soushi, S"'; Arao, Y'; Sata, T'; Kurata, T'; 'NIH; 2Keio Univ; 'Tokai Univ, Japan PB0519 FOSCARNET 5 VS 7 DAYS A WEEK IN GASTROINTESTINAL CMV-DISEASE Salzberger, B; Stoehr, A; Heise, W; Jablonowski, H; Ewald, U; Peters, K; Schrappe, M; UK Koln; AK St Georg Hamburg; AVK Berlin; UK Dusseldorf; Astra Chemicals, Germany PB0520 COMBINED THERAPY WITH GANCICLOVIR AND FOSCARNET FOR CMV POLYRADICULOMYELITIS Karmochkine, M'; Lesprit, P2; Coutellier, A'; Scieux, C'; Welker, Y'; Chrin, P'; Moda, J'; Herson, S'; 'Internal Medicine, Salpetriere; 2Infectious Disease; 'Microbiology, St-Louis, France PB0521 CYTOMEGALOVIRUS POLYRADICULOPATHY (CMV-PR) IN AIDS: IMPROVEMENT WITH THERAPY Espinoza, LA; Jayaweera, DT'; Maiewski, S; Fischl, MA; University of Miami, USA PB0522 GANCICLOVIR THERAPY IN EXTRAOCULAR CMV INFECTION Manata, MJ; Forte, M; Quaresma, MJ; Hospital de Santa Maria, Portugal PB0523 ABSOLUTE BIOAVAILABILITY OF ACYCLOVIR IS SUBSTANTIALLY INCREASED FOLLOWING ORAL VALACICLOVIR (VALTREX) Bentley, S'; Soul-Lawton, J'; Rolan, P'; 'Nippon Wellcome KK, Japan; 'Wellcome Research Laboratories, UK PB0524 INCIDENCE OF CMV INFECTION AND DISEASE IN AIDS PATIENTS Claramonte, X; Gatell, JM; Moreno, A; Zamora, L; Vidal, J; Mallolas, J; Soriano, E; Hospital Clinic, Barcelona, Spain PB0525 CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS IN BRAZIL: STUDY OF 119 CASES BY AUTOPSY EXAMINATION Edelweiss, MI; Sfair, A; Golbspan, L; Kronfeld, M; Sprinz, E; Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Brazil PB0526 CMV INFECTION ON AIDS PATIENTS Potsch, DV; Perez, MA; Peixoto, CAM; Martins, MMC; Fonseca, IVT; HUCFF/NESC/DI/UFRJ, Brazil PB0527 CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS OF CYTOMEGALOVIRAL VASCULITIS IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH COLITIS McNamara, P; Garland, J; Gathe, Jr, J; Bernal, A; Clemmons, J; Bockmon, K; Piot, D; Park Plaza Hospital, USA PB0528 CORRELATION BETWEEN DETECTION OF CMV DNA IN SERUM BY PCR AND ONSET OF CLINICAL SYMPTOMS Hansen, KK; Richsten, A; Hofmann, B; et al; Hvidovre University Hospital, Denmark PB0529 CYTOMEGALOVIRUS BLOODANTIGENTEST (CMV-AG TEST) AS A MARKER OF FAILING TREATMENT OF CMV DISEASE AND OF CMV RESISTANCE IN AIDS PATIENTS Sprenger, HG'; Schirm, J2; van der Giessen, M'; The, TH'; Weits, J'; 'University Hospital; 2Public Health Lab, The Netherlands PB0530 EBVREPLICATIVE CYCLE IN ORAL HAIRY LEUKOPLAKIA Meyohas, MC; Rea, D; Ovaguimian, O; Marachal, V; Sergeant, A; Nicolas, JC; Hopital St Antoine, France; Hopital Rothschild, France PB0531 HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS INFECTION IN 2 POPULATION GROUPS WITH HIV DISEASE Del Amo, J; Goh, B-T; Hillman, J; Forster, GE; Royal London Hospital, UK 182

Page  183 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0532 HHV-6 AMONG HIV INFECTED INDIVIDUALS AND BLOOD DONORS Zapiola, I; Savy, V; Cando, O; Bouzas, MB; Cahn, P; Muchinik, G; Wainstein, C; Hosp De Nifios R Gutierrez; IDEFI; Hosp Fernandez; Secretaria de Salud, Argentina PB0533 HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS TYPE 64 INDUCES A CHARACTERISTIC DYSPLALSTIC LESION IN VAGINAL MUCOSA Iwasaki, T'; Sata, T'; Kurata, T'; Matsukura, T'; Sugase, M2; 'NIH; 2Nagano Red Cross Hospital, Japan PB0534 HPV INFECTION AMONG HIV INFECTED WOMEN: CLINICAL EVALUATION, CORRELATED WITH HIV (-) WOMEN Rodriguez Rios, E; Macias, JR; Masini, R; Franchi, M; Lloveras, S; Navarro, L; Argentina PB0535 B19 PARVOVIRUS INFECTION IN AIDS Ramratnam, B'; Gollerkeri, A; Flanigan, T; Schiffman, F; Ueda, P; Gottlieb, F; Deutsch, J; 'Brown Univ, USA PB0536 DIAGNOSIS, DETECTION AND GENOTYPING OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS IN A NORTH-WEST CITY IN FRANCE Clotteau, L; Mendel, I; Pfaff, F; Prevost, M; Buffet-Janvresse, C; Caron, F; Humbert, G; Hosp C Nicolle, France PB0537 HEPATITIS C VIRUS GENOMIC SEQUENCES IN CEREBROSPINAL FLUID OF HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS Morsica, G; Gianotti, N; Novati, R; Bernardi, MT; Migone, TS; Accordini, A; Castagna, A; Lazzarin, A; IRCCS San Raffaele, Italy PB0538 COURSE OF HEPATITIS C IN HIV-COINFECTED HEMOPHILIACS Rockstroh, J; Spengler, U; Hammerstein, U; Ltichters, G; Brackmann, HH; Oldenburg, J; Sauerbruch, T; University of Bonn, Germany PB0539 ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO HEPATITIS B VACCINE IN A HIV CLINIC COHORT Broisman, LB; Hartford Hospital, USA PB0540 ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO HEPATITIS B VACCINATION OF HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Garcia, S'; del Romero, J'; Perez, A'; Rodriguez, C'; Garcia, A'; Gil, A2; 'Centro Sanitario Sandoval, CAM; 2Medicina Preventiva, UAM; Spain P0541 HTLV PREVALENCE IN PREGNANT WOMEN IN SOUTHERN FRANCE Vignoli, C; Tamalet, C; Zandotti, C; Rousseau, S; de Micco, P; HOpital de la Timone, France PB0542 CMV IgG, HSV IgG, HSV2 IgG AND T gondii IgG PREVALENCE AMONG PRIMARY BLOOD DONORS IN LOW HIV PREVALENCE COUNTRY Milinaviciute, R; Griskevicius, A; Valanciauskaite, V; Caplinskas, S; AIDS Centre of Lithuania, Lithuania PB0543 PREVALENCE OF HBV, HCV AND HDV IN 500 HIV+ PATIENTS Denis, F; Adjide, CC; Ranger-Rogez, S; Rogez, JP; Weinbreck, P; CHU Dupuytren, France PB0544 SEROPREVALENCE OF CHRONIC COINFECTION IN HIV (+) PATIENTS IN ARGENTINA Bortolozzi, R; Lupo, S; Taborda, M; Fernandez, E; Viglianco, R; Fay, O; Nac Univ of Rosario, Argentina PB0545 VIRAL MARKERS IN HIV1I+ CHILDREN SHELTERED IN AN ORPHANAGE Sfartz, S'; Dragomir, C'; Zugun-E, F'; Balteanu, M2; 'UMF, Iasi; 2'Inst Cantacuzino, Romania PB0546 FINAL RESULTS OF A TWO YEAR, MULTIPLE OPPORTUNISTIC PATHOGEN PROPHYLAXIS STUDY (MOPPS) PERSONS WITH CD4 < 200/MM3 Sullivan, C; Henry, K; Weiser, J; Melroe, H; St Paul Ramsey Med Ctr, USA PB0547 DECREASED GAMMA GLOBULIN CONCENTRATION AND DECREASED CD4+ COUNT ARE PROGNOSTIC FOR THE OCCURRENCE OF CMV DISEASE: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY Geier, St A; Sadri, I; Bogner, JR; Klauss, V; Goebel, F-D; Medizinische Poliklinik und Augenklinik, Germany PB0548 FALSE POSITIVE IgM SEROLOGIES ASSOCIATED WITH RECENT HIV DIAGNOSIS Rusnak, JM; Blatt, SP; Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base, USA PB0549 REPORTED CASES OF HIV I IN DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS ALONG WITH HUMAN HERPES VIRUS Bagalkote, SG; Mehta, JPS; Kenyatta University; Nairobi & Mehta Nursing Home; Kenya PB0550 ANAL CONDILOMATOSIS RECURRENCE IN HIV (+) PATIENTS: COMPARATION BETWEEN THREE MODALITIES OF TREATMENT Alfonzo Nuez, R; Vainrub, B; Morgenterns, J; Baptista, A; Gorrin, M; Fernandez, J; Franco, G; Hospital de Clinicas Caracas, Venezuela PB0551 ASTEROID NOCARDIA INFECTION IN TWO HIV INFECTED PATIENTS AS THE FIRST EPISODE OF OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTION Daniele, A; Masini, R; Macias, J; FJ Mufliz Hospital, Argentina PB0552 BACTERIAL PNEUMONIAS AS A MARKER OF DISEASE PROGRESSION Teira, R; Virosta, M; Mufloz, J; Zubero, Z; Baraia-Etxaburu, J; Santamaria, JM; Hosp de Basurto, Spain 183

Page  184 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0553 RESPIRATORY INFECTION BY P AERUGINOSA IN HIV PATIENTS Arrizabalaga, J; Mentxaka, B; Iribarren, JA; Oyarbide, J; Rodriguez, FJ; Garde, C; Von Wichmann, MA; H Aranzazu, Spain PB0554 AZITHROMYCIN VERSUS AMOXICILLIN/CLAVULANATE IN COMMUNITY ACQUIRED PNEUMONIAS OF HIV-PATIENTS Ciaffi, L'; Franzetti, F2; Gervasoni, C2; Romaniello, A2; Maillard, M'; Moro, M'; Ruggieri, A'; Cernuschi, M'; Lazzarin, A'; 'HSR; 2H Sacco, Italy PB0555 PULMONARY INFECTION IN AIDS PATIENTS CAUSED BY THE "RHODOCOCCUS EQUI": A CASE DESCRIPTION AND A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE Gomes, VR; Pozzobon, E; Lima, DB; Pinho, KG; Estadual Univ of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PB0556 RHODOCOCCUS EQUI INFECTION IN AIDS PATIENTS: PROTECTIVE ROLE OF HUMORAL IMMUNITY Mastroianni, CM; Vullo, V; Delia, S; "La Sapienza" Unirersity, Italy PB0557 CLARITHROMYCIN 500mg BID AS PRIMARY PROPHYLAXIS IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Grossman, HA; USA PB0558 CLARITHROMYCIN 500mg BID FOR MAC PROPHYLAXIS IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Golden, SW; USA PB0559 CLARITHROMYCIN 500 mg BID FOR dMAC PROPHYLAXIS Coulston, DR; Wood, CD; USA PB0560 MAC PROPHYLAXIS WITH CLARITHROMYCIN 500 MG BIG IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Greiger-Zanlungo, P; Alaie-Petrillo, A; The Mt Vernon Hospital, USA PB0561 COMMUNITY AND NOSOCOMIAL BACTEREMIA IN HIV-PATIENTS Bernard, E; Carles, M; Ozouf, N; De Salvador, F; Pradier, C; Dellamonica, P; Hopital de L'archet, France PB0562 BLOOD CULTURES IN AIDS PATIENTS IN SOUTH OF BRAZIL Silbert, S; Sprinz, E; Mallmann, R; Barcellos, S; Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Brazil PB0563 ANTIBIOTIC PREMEDICATION-PREVENTION OF SUBACUTE BACTERIAL ENDOCARDITIS IN METHADONE MAINTENANCE PATIENTS Reich, D; McEachrane, D; Quart, A; North Central Bronx & Montefiore Hospitals, USA PB0564 INFECTIOUS MORBIDITY ASSOCIATED WITH LONG TERM VENOUS ACCES DEVICES IN AIDS Capdevila, JA; Barbera, J; Garcia Quintana, A; Gasser, I; Ocania, I; Hospital General Vail d'Hebr6n, Spain PB0565 INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS IN INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS AND HIV POSITIVE Serrano, A; Martins, T; Machado, J; Maltez, F; Coutinho, F; Morgado, A; Proenca Rui Hospital Curry Cabral, Portugal PB0566 MICROBIOLOGY OF SINUSITIS IN AIDS Gonsalves, DU; Greco, DB; Toledo Jr, AC; Tupinambis, U; Immunodeficiency and ENT Sectores, UFMG, Brazil PB0567 PNEUMOCOCCAL ENDOPHTHALMITIS IN AN HIV+ PATIENT Lionett, F; Pulik, M; Genet, P; Petitdidier, C; Le Turdu, F; Victor Dupouy Hospital, France PB0568 ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE IN HIV PATIENTS de la Rubia, F; Clavo, A; Lopez Prieto, D; de Cueto, M; Perez Ramos, S; Sanchez Porto, A; Lopez Sanchez, A; Group of Infectious Diseases (GIDC), Spain PB0569 CAMPYLOBACTER AND YERSINIA IN HIV+ PATIENTS Franzin, L; Sinicco, A; Scramuzza, F; Zaccaria, T; Univ of Turin, Italy PB0570 SURGICAL DISEASES IN THE AREA ANORECTUM IN AIDS PATIENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IN BUTARE, RWANDA Gatera, G; Bugingo, G; Bizimungu, D; Rurangirwa, A; University Hospital in Butare; Committee IEC/AIDS Butare, Rwanda PB0571 DALACIN C IN THE TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF THE UROGENITAL TRACT Zudin, B; Borisenko, K; Kisina, V; "SANAM", Russia PB0572 SPINAL EPIDURAL ABSCESS IN 8 PATIENTS INFECTED WITH HIV Andrade, ASA; Akdar, N; Rothman, M; Rigamonti, D; Wheeler, D; University of Maryland, USA PB0573 AUTOPSY FINDINGS IN A SERIE OF 56 AIDS PATIENTS IN BRAZIL Veloso, V; Grinsztejn, B; Werneck-Barroso, E; Freitas, W; Serapiso, M; Bottino, A; Chicarino, J; Evandro Chagas Hospital/IOC/FIOCRUZ, Brazil PB0574 NEUTROPENIA IS ASSOCIATED WITH BACTERIAL INFECTIONS Keiser, P; Higgs, E; Peterson, D; University of Texas, USA PB0575 FACTOR-R-A PERORAL POLYBACTERIAL VACCINE FOR IMMUNOSTIMULATION AGAINST AIDS Petrounov, B; Nenkov, P; Shekerdjiski, R; Cvetanov, J; Life Choice International AD, Bulgaria 184

Page  185 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0576 NUCLEAR MEDICINE AND AIDS 1994 A REVIEW Silvestri, M; Tarchi, R; Ambu, S; Leoncini, F; Mennuti, A; Ospedale di Prato, Italy PB0577 BACILLARY ANGIOMATOSIS Hooi, AYS; Lawlor, F; Meadway, JV; Wisdom, AR; Newham General Hospital, UK PB0578 DISSEMINATED BACILLARY ANGIOMATOSIS IN AIDS PATIENTS Bonasser, F; Dias, M; Pereira, L; Pozan, G; Oyafuso, LK; Instituto Infectologia Emilio Ribas, Brazil PB0579 IN VITRO EVALUATION OF MACROLIDE ANTIBIOTICS AGAINST SPECIES OF ROCHALIMAEA Ives, TJ; Regnery, RL; Manzewitsch, P; Kebede, M; Majerus, TC; Univ of North Carolina; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA PB0O580 SEVERE LEPTOSPIROSIS IN A HIV-POSITIVE PATIENT Nebut, M'; Zylberberg, H'; Hagege, H'; Gelain, P'; Legal, FA2; Chousterman, M '; 'Hopital Intercommunal, CRETEIL; 2Hopital Necker, France PB0581 INEFFICACY OF GANCICLOVIR IN CMV RETINITIS AND ENDOCARDITIS Datta, R; Airedale General Hospital, UK PB0582 OUTCOME OF HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS AFTER THEIR CD4 IS LOWER THAN 50/MM3 Vanhems, P; Cyr, L; Toma, E; Beaulieu, R; University of Montreal, Canada PB0583 STUDY OF VIRAL HEPATITIS B, D, C IN A COHORT OF 1000 HIV+ PATIENTS IN FRANCE Geffray, L'; Lechowski, L; Cevallos, R'; Veyssier, P'; members of the "RESIF"2'; 'Hospital of Compiegne (F); 2Study Rail of AIDS in Ile de France, France PB0584 BACTEREMIA AND FUNGEMIA IN AIDS PATIENTS Cortes, E; Nogueira, S; Cauiby, J; Thuler, LC; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PB0585 LOCAL GANCICLOVIR FOR CMV OPTIC NEURITIS Smith, D; Robinson, M; Valenti, W; Betts, R; Keffer, M; Griepp, A; Univ of Rochester, USA PB0586 PROGRESSIVE MULTIFOCAL LEUKOENCEPHALOPATHY: TWO INDOLENT CASES Smith, D; Griepp, AE; Valenti, WM; Univ of Rochester, USA PB0587 CMV RETINITIS IN AIDS PATIENTS: A THRICE WEEKLY MAINTENANCE THERAPY Mallolas, J; Gatell, JM; Buira, E; Mir6, JM; Adin, A; Morales, M; Zamora, L; Soriano, E; Hospital Clinic, Spain PB0588 CMV RETINITIS RELAPSES IN AIDS PATIENTS: THE IMPORTANCE OF THE DRUG REGIMEN DURING INDUCTION THERAPY Livrozet, J-M'; Chapuis, F'; Cinquin, D'; Zech, C'; Matillon, Y2; Touraine, JL'; 'Hopital Ed Herriot; 'CIM HOtel-Dieu Lyon, France PBO4: Opportunistic Infections: Fungal and Protozoal PB0589 EFFECTS OF SMOKING ON THE PREVALENCE OF ORAL CANDIDIASIS IN HIV-INFECTED PERSONS Nittayananta, W; Prince of Songkla University, Thailand PB0O590 VAGINAL CANDIDIASIS IN FEMALES HIV+/AIDS: LOCAL THERAPY WITH NISTATIN Lloveras, S; Macias, JR; Masini, R; Franchi, M; Rodriguez Rios, E; Navarro, L; "FJ Muniz" Hospital, Argentina PB0591 TREATMENT AND COMPARISON OF FUNGAL SPECIES IN MUCOSAL OROPHARYNGEAL CANDIDIASIS AND GINGIVAL SULCUS IN HIV (+) METHADONE MAINTENANCE PATIENTS Quart, A; Budner, N; Reich, D; North Central Bronx & Montefiole Hospitals, USA PB0592 ORAL CANDIDIASIS: A FOUR-YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY Alfandari, S; Ajana, F; Beuscart, C; Senneville, E; De La Tribonniere, X; Chidiac, C; Mouton, Y; Centre Hospitalier, France PB0593 ESOPHAGEAL CANDIDIASIS IN ACUTE HIV INFECTION Manata, MJ; Melo, AZ; Quaresma, MJ; Hospital de Santa Maria, Portugal PB0594 ORAL CANDIDA ALBICANS CARRIAGE IN JAPANESE HIV SEROPOSITIVE HEMOPHILIACS Usami, T; Ohsuka, S; Masuda, K; Ito, M; Ueda, M; Kaneda, T; Nagoya Univ, Japan PB0595 GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY STIMULATING FACTOR IN AIDS PATIENS WITH MENINGITIS BY CRYPTOCOCCUS NEOFORMANS Torres, IR; Villarreal, UC; Robles, RM; Terrazas E, JJ; Cano, DC; Hospital of Infectology, Medical Center "LA RAZA", IMSS, Mexico PB0596 IN VIVO ACTIVITY OF GAMMA-INTERFERON IN EXPERIMENTAL CRYPTOCOCCOSIS Joly, V; Saint-Julien, L; Carbon, C; Yeni, P; INSERM U13, France 185

Page  186 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0597 SUSCEPTIBILITY OF C NEOFORMANS Igreja, R; Caiuby, M; Lazera, M; Wanke, B; UFRJ, Brazil PB0598 CORRELATION OF CSF CRYPTOCOCCAL ANTIGEN TITER WITH QUANTITATIVE CULTURES Milefchik, EN; Leal, ME; Larsen, RA; LAC-USC MC, USA PB0599 CRYPTOCOCCUS NEOFORMANS IN AIDS PATIENTS IN SOUTH OF BRAZIL Mallmann, R; Sprintz, E; Silbert, S; Barcellos, S; Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Brazil PBO600 CRYPTOCOCCAL ANTIGEN 1: 1, 048, 576: A CASE REPORT Graves, M; Salvato, P; Thompson, C; Medina, G; Houston Immuno Institute, USA PB0601 CEREBROSPINAL FLUID MICROSCOPY FOR CRYPTOCOCCAL MENINGITIS: A 10-YEAR EXPERIENCE IN NAIROBI, KENYA Odhiambo, P; Kabiru, P; Murage, E; Ngare, W; Ndinya-Achola, JO; Univ of Nairobi; KNH, Kenya PB0602 ASPERGILLUS BRAIN ABSCESSES: THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF G-CSF AND LIPOSOMAL AMPHOTERICIN B Geissmann, F'; Viard, JP'; Hennequin, C'; Maarek, H'; Zylberberg, L2; Descamps-Latscha, B'; 'Necker; 2Tarnier Hospitals, France PB0603 DISSEMINATED HISTOPLASMOSIS (DH) IN HIV+PATIENTS (pts) Macias, JR; Masini, R; Franchi, M; Trombetta, L; Valerga, M; Muniz Hospital, Argentina PB0604 HISTOPLASMOSIS IN AIDS: INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS McKinsey, D; Stanford, J; Mason, M; Kansas City AIDS Research Consortium, USA PB0605 HISTOLOGIC RESPONSE OF DISSEMINATED HISTOPLASMOSIS IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH SKIN LESIONS Chalub, E; Sambuelli, R; Armando, R; Bistoni, A, Argentina PB0606 TREATMENT OF PENICILLIOSIS MARNEFFEI IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Supparatpinyo, K; Nelson, K; Khamwan, C; Sirisanthana, T; Chiang Mai University, Thailand PB0607 FUNGAL INFECTIONS IN HIV-POSITIVE PATIENTS-AUTOPSY REVIEW Edelweiss, ML; P6lvora, R; Cartell, A; Scrofferneker, ML; Golbspan, L; HCPA, UFRGS, Brazil PB0608 DAPSONE PROPHYLAXIS IN HIV POSITIVE INNER CITY POPULATION Spencer, M; Andrews, L; Ross, J; Klimek, J; Hartford Hospital, USA PB0609 RISK OF PCP IN A CONTEMPORANEOUS COHORT OF HIV+ PATIENTS Markowitz, N; El-Sadr, W; Wentworth, DN; Gordin, F; Neaton, JD; Terry Beirn Community Program for Clinical Research on AIDS (CPCRA), USA PBO610 PCP PROPHYLAXIS, PENTAMIDINE AND CD4 CELL COUNTS Frederick, W'; Delapenha, R'; Jones, S2; Greaves, W'; 'Howard Univ; 2Capitol Hill Resp Serv, USA PB0611 DAPSONE PENETRATES CSF WHEN GIVEN FOR PCP PROPHYLAXIS Rich, JD'; Sax, P E'; Mirochnick, M'; 1Brigham & Women's Hospital; 2Boston City Hospital, USA PBO612 TWO DOSAGES OF INHALED PENTAMIDINE FOR SECONDARY PROPHYLAXIS OF PCP: A 1-YR RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL Rizzardi, GP'; Lazzarin, A'; Frigerio, D2; Maillard, M'; Lucchini, M2; Musicco, M'; Moroni, M'; 'Dpt Inf Dis Milan; 2RPR, Italy PBO613 P CARINII PROPHYLAXIS WITH INTRAVENOUS PENTAMIDINE IN HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS Cernuschi, M; Ciaffi, L; Maillard, M; Moro, M; Ruggieri, A; Lazzarin, A; Ospedale San Raffaele, Italy PB0614 TWICE-WEEKLY ORAL COTRIMOXAZOLE AS PRIMARY PROPHYLAXIS OF P carinii PNEUMONIA Moreno, S; Arzuaga, JA; Diaz, MD; Miralles, P; Ptrez-Tasc6n, M; Bouza, E; Hosp G MaraflOn, Spain PBO615 PROGNOSTIC FACTORS OF HIV PATIENTS WITH PCP Ruiz H; Ramirez Ronda, C; Rivera-Vazquez, C; Laureano A; Ojeda, A; San Juan VAMC, USA PB0616 EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF TRIMETHOPRIM-SULFAMETHOXAZOLE DESENSITIZATION IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Gilquin, J; Piketty, C; Kazatchkine, MD; INSERM U28, Hopital Broussais; Hbpital Saint Joseph, France PB0617 PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF CUTANEOUS ADVERSE REACTIONS TO TRIMETHOPRIM- SULFAMETHOXAZOLE IN HIV INFECTION Khuong, MA; Blum, L; Meynard, JL; Farinotti, R; Therond, P; Coulaud, JP; Hopital Bichat-Claude Bernard; Hopital Saint-Antoine; Hopital Robert Debre, France PB0618 SULFAMETHOXAZOLE PHARMACOKINETICS IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS AND HIV SEROPOSITIVES van der Ven, A; Vree, TB; Koopmans, PP; van der Meer, JWM; Nijmegen Univ, The Netherlands PB0619 IT IS SAFE TO DESENSITIZE THE HIV PATIENT ALLERGIC TO TMP-SMX Saavedra S; Rivera-Vazquez, C; Buonomo, L; Ramirez-Ronda, C; San Juan VAMC, USA 186

Page  187 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0620 ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC SUPPRESSION OF ANTI-SULFAMETHOXAZOLE ANTIBODIES IN ANIMAL MODELS McCall, C'; Gallegos, A'; Kehl, J'; McLeod, D'; Terhune, T'; Blodgett, J'; Cohn, D2; de la Cruz, V; 'Cortech, Inc; 2Denver Disease Control Service, USA PB0621 RELATIVE ANTI Pneumocystis carinii ACTIVITIES OF TEN DRUGS Hughes, WT; Killmar, J; Oz, H; St Jude Children's Research Hospital, USA PB0622 DETECTION OF PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII BY USING PCR Yamada, A',2; Kamimura, N'; Ishizaki, T'; Yoshida, Y'; Shiota, T2; Arizono, N'; 'Kyoto Prefectual Institute of Hygienic and Environmental Sciences; 2Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan PB0623 RADIOACTIVELY LABELLED DIETHYLENETRIAMINE PENTA ACETATE (DPTA) LUNG SCAN IN DIAGNOSIS OF PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII PNEUMONIA Dimian, C; O'Doherty, MJ; Bingham, JS; Bateman, NT; St Thomas' Hospital, UK PB0624 PREDICTORS OF PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII PNEUMONIA (PCP) IN HIV-INFECTED PERSONS WITH CD4 LYMPHOCYTE COUNTS GREATER THAN 200/MM3 Stansell, JD'; Osmond, D; Turner, J; Lavange, L; Wallace, J; Hopewell, P; The NHLB Pulmonary Complications of AIDS Study (PACS); 'UCSF, USA PB0625 COMPLICATIONS OF STEROIDS FOR PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII PNEUMONIA (PCP) IN AN INNER-CITY POPULATION Cheung, T; Wallach, F; Estok, L; Cohen, S; Sacks, H; Mount Sinai Medical Center, USA PB0626 ATOVAQUONE IN CEREBRAL TOXOPLASMOSIS: PRELIMINARY EXPERIENCE Iribarren, JA; Goenaga, M; Arrizabalaga, J; Rodriguez, F; Von Wichmann, MA; Huarte, I; Garde, C; Hospital Aranzazu, Spain PB0627 CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM TOXOPLASMOSIS (CNST) AND AIDS-A 5-YEARS EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMPINAS-SAO PAULO-BRAZIL Oliveira, ACP; Abreu, WB; Reis, M; Nouer, SA; Tani, S; Aoki, FH; Lima, JN; Universidale Estadual de Campinas, Brazil PB0628 WHY DOES TOXOPLASMIC ENCEPHALITIS STILL OCCUR? Sereni, D; Bachmeyer, C; Salmon, D; Blanche, P; de la Blanchardiere, A; Chapuis, L; Sicard, D; H6pital Cochin, France PB0629 PREVENTION OF CEREBRAL TOXOPLASMOSIS IN SEVERELY DEPRESSED PATIENTS WITH AIDS Gregoire, NE; Hopital Hotel-Dieu de Montreal, Canada PB0630 TWICE-WEEKLY VERSUS DAILY MAINTENANCE THERAPY FOR TOXOPLASMIC ENCEPHALITIS Podzamczer, D; Mir6, JM; Bolao, F; Cosin, J; Sirera, G; Domingo, P; Laguna, F; The Spanish Toxoplasmosis Study Group; Hospital Bellvitge, Spain PB0631 ISOLATED FEVER DUE TO DISSEMINATED TOXOPLASMOSIS UNDER COTRIMOXAZOLE PROPHYLAXIS Zylberberg, H'; Le Gal, FA'; Robert, F2; Zylberberg, L; Dupouy-Camet, J2; Viard, JP'; 'Necker; 2Cochin Hospital; 3Tarnier Hospital, France PB0632 67 CASES OF DISSEMINATED TOXOPLASMOSIS (DT) IN PATIENTS INFECTED WITH HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS Rabaud, C; May, Th; Amiel, C; Leport, C; Canton, Ph; Groupe d'Etude de la Societe de Pathologie Infectieuse de Langue Francaise; CHU Nancy, France PB0633 SEROPREVALENCE OF ANTI TOXOPLASMA GONDII ANTIBODIES IN HIV INFECTED SUBJECTS FROM MADRID (SPAIN) del Romero, J; Menendez, B; Garcia, S; Rodriguez, C; Clavo, I; Ballesteros, J; Arroyo, E'; CS Sandoval; 'Centro de Transfusion, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain PB0634 IgA ANTIBODIES TO P30 OF TOXOPLASMA GONDII IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL TOXOPLASMOSIS Mastroianni, CM; Mengoni, F; Valenti, C; Marchese, R; Vullo, V; Delia, S; "La Sapienza" University, Italy PB0635 TOXOPLASMA GONDII SEROLOGY IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS AS A PREDICTOR OF SUBSEQUENT CLINICAL TOXOPLASMOSIS Castro, CC'; Reingold, LA2; Suleiman, J'; Hearst, N4; 'Ezequiel Dias Foundation-Public Health School of Minas Gerais; 'University of California at Berkeley, USA; 3Emilio Ribas Hospital, Brazil; 4Univ of California, San Francisco, USA PB0636 TOXOPLASMIC DISEASE IN AIDS PATIENTS IN GUATEMALA Hernindez, JE; Flores, LE; Estrada y Martin, RM; Mayorga, R; Arathoon, E; AGPCS, Guatemala PB0637 FAILURE OF ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES IN AN AIDS PATIENT WITH CEREBRAL TOXOPLASMOSIS Petit, N; Dhiver, C; Gastaut, JA; Institut J Paoli, France PB0638 PANCREATITIS ASSOCIATED WITH DISSEMINATED TOXOPLASMOSIS IN AIDS Piketty, C; Gilquin, J; Merad, M; Bejanin, H; Salah, S; Kazatchkine, MD; Unit d'Immunologie Clinique; INSERM U28, Hopital Broussais, France PB0639 DIAGNOSIS OF TOXOPLASMOSIS IN AIDS PATIENTS BY PCR Sicard, D; Blanche, P; Robert, F; Dupouy-Camet, J; Paugam, A; Bachmeyer, C; HOpital Cochin, France 187

Page  188 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0640 MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF NTPASE ISOZYMES FROM TOXOPLASMA GONDII Asai, T'; Okabayashi, H'; Miura, S2; Takeuchi, T'; 'Keio University; 2Yokohama City University, Japan PB0641 INTESTINAL MICROSPORIDIOSIS: ABOUT CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS WITH A VARIANT OF GOMORI STAINING Deluol, AM'; Poirot, JL2; Heyer, F'; Beaugerie, L'; Mahoun, H'; Levy, D2; Rozenbaum, W'; The CISIH of the east part of Paris; 'Rothschild Hospital; 2Saint Antoine Hospital, France PB0642 ROXITHROMYCIN IN AIDS-RELATED CRYPTOSPORIDIUM DIARRHEA Barcellos, S; Sprinz, E; Bemrn David, D; Mallman, R; Wolffenbuttel, L; Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Allegre, Brazil PB0643 ENTERIC PARASITES IN AIDS PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC DIARRHEAL SYNDROME Espinosa, RF; Figueroa, R; Santillan, MA; Cruz, MA; Hospital Infectologia, IMSS, Mexico PB0644 PARASITIC DIARRHEA WITH AIDS Lanjewar, DN'; Surve, KV'; Maniar, JK'; Hira, SK2'; 'Grant Medical College, India; 2'Uni of Texas, USA PB0645 SUCCESSFUL PAROMOMYCIN INHALATION THERAPY FOR RESPIRATORY CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS IN AIDS PATIENTS Fujita, H; Mohri, H; Inayama, Y; Amano, T; Okubo, T; Yokohama City University, Japan PB0646 STRONGYLOIDES STERCORALIS IN A PATIENT WITH AIDS Velasquez, J; Masini, R; Macias, J; Bellegarde, E; Bosini, J; Di Risio, C; Gentile, S; "FJ Muniz" Hospital, Argentina PB0647 5 CASES OF SEVERE STRONGYLOIDIASIS IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS IN ONE AIDS CARE CENTER IN GUADELOUPE FRENCH WESTERN INDIES Sow, M T'; Gabriel, JM'; Strobel, M'; Leonardi, C'; Nicolas, M'; Roudier, M'; 'CISIH; 'Labo Parasito; 'Labo Amapath CHU P/A/P, Guadeloupe PB0648 DEEP NECROTIZING PITYROSPORUM FOLLICULITIS IN A HIV-POSITIVE PATIENT Le Gal, F-A'; Zylberberg, H'; Zylberberg, L2; Gorin, I'; Deleuze, J'; Franck, N'; Viard, JP'; 'Hopital Necker; 2HOpital Tarnier-Cochin, France PB0649 CO-INFECTION HIV-CHAGAS: FREQUENCY, CLINICAL PRESENTATION, THERAPY AND FOLLOW UP Lima, JN'; Almeida, EA'; Aoki, FH'; Torres-Morales, AE'; Giraldo, LER'; Abreu, WB'; Monteiro, DT'; 'State University of Campinas,; 2Uberaba, MG Medical School, Brazil PB0650 VISCERAL LEISHMANIASIS IN AN HIV-2 ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENT Sarmento e Castro, R'; Horta, A'; Vasconcelos, OM'; Coelho, H; Granato, CA2; Rocha-Marques, AS'; 'Hosp Joaquim Urbano; 2Hosp S Joao, Portugal PB0651 VISCERAL LEISHMANIASIS IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS: REPORT OF 7 CASES Rodrigues, P; Machado, J; Maltez, F; Correia, F; Gonsalves, P; Coutinho, F; Morgado, A; Proenga, R; Hospital Curry Cabral, Portugal PB0652 VISCERAL LEISHMANIASIS IN 50 HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS Rosenthal, E'; Marty, P'; Poizot-Martin, I2; Mondain, V'; Reynes, J'; Pratlong, F'; Lafeuillade, A4; Jaubert, D4; Boulat, O'; Dereure, J'; Dumon, H2; Dujardin, P'; Gastaut, JA2; Cassuto, JP'; Hospital Centers of: 'Nice; 'Marseille; 'Montpellier; 4Toulon; 'Avignon, France PB0653 SEPTATA INTESTINALIS MICROSPORIDIOSIS IN 8 HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Dore, GJ; Field, AS; Hing, MC; Verre, J; Marriott, DJ; Harkness, JL; St Vincent's Hospital, Australia PB0654 POSITIVE COCCIDIOIDAL SEROLOGIES IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS WITHOUT EVIDENCE OF ACTIVE COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS Arguinchona, HL; Ampel, NM; Dols, CL; Mohler, J; Fish, DG; Tucson VAMC; University of Arizona, USA PB0655 FUNGAL INFECTION IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN Aquino, MZ; Sato, HK; Pastorino, AC; Rodriguez, MCG; Carrera, ALM; Sakane, PT; Marques, HHS; Univ Sao Paulo, Brazil PB05: Mycobacterial Infections: Tuberculosis PB0656 HISTOLOGICAL FEATURES OF TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS IN BRAZIL Teixeira, EG; Belo, MTC; Trajman, A; Ferrari, G; Spector, N; Castello Branco, MM; Gama Filho and Souza Marques Universities, Brazil PB0657 PCR DETECTION OF OCCULT PULMONARY MTB Flores, R; Salvato, P; Thompson, C; Houston Immunological Institute, USA PB0658 DETECTION OF MYCOBACTERIAL DNA IN SPECIMENS FROM HIV INFECTED PATIENTS BY PCR-RFLP Ishikawa, K'; Sata, T'; Sato, Y'; Maeda, Y2; Wakabayashi, T'; Uematsu, K4; Kurata, T'; 'NIH, Japan; 2Komagome Metropolitan Hosp; 'Tokyo Univ; 4Yamanashi Inst Pub Health, Japan 188

Page  189 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0659 DETECTION OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS DNA FROM FORMALIN FIXED PARAFFIN EMBEDDED TISSUES BY NESTED PCR Scarpellini, P; Delfanti, F; Finazzi, R; Vago, L; Dell'Antonio, G; Lazzarin, A; IRCCS Ospedale S Raffaele, Italy PB0660 DIAGNOSIS OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS BY SPUTUM SMEAR Merrick, ST; Walsh, J; Sepkowitz, K; Jacobs, J; New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, USA PB0O661 BLOOD CULTURE IS A USEFUL DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR MYCOBACTERIOSIS IN AIDS Kaufman, S; Barrera, L; Guelfand, L; Perez, H; Bozano, C; Cahn, P; Hospital Fernandez; Inst Malbran, Argentina PB0662 ISOLATION OF MYCOBACTERIA FROM BLOOD OF AIDS PATIENTS IN BRAZIL: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY Grinsztejn, B'; Fandinho, F2; Veloso, V'; Werneck-Barroso, E'; Joao, E'; Nogueira, S2; Gontijo, P2; 1Evandro Chagas Hospital, IOC; 2UFRJ; 'HSE; Brazil PB0663 PPD AS A PREDICTOR OF TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV+ PERSONS IN BRAZIL Toledo Jr, AC; Victoria, MAA; Oliveira, HCA; Castro, A; Nunes, CM; Padua, CAJ; Greco, DB; Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil PB0664 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TUBERCULIN REACTION SIZE IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Baraia, J; Moreno, S; Cuesta, F; Cosin, J; Parras, F; Bouza, E; HG MaraflOn, Spain PB0665 PPD SKIN TEST REACTIVITY IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS IN HAWAII Heath-Chiozzi, M'; Congdon, S'; Hanks, N'; Richmond-Crum, S2; 'University of Hawaii RCMI Program; 'Hawaii State Department of Health, USA PBO666 PREVALENCE OF ANTI-MYCOBACTERIAL (ANTI-A60) ANTIBODIES AMONG HIV POSITIVE INJECTING DRUG USERS IN ROME Speziale, D'; Grillo, RL'; Cattani, P'; Venezia, S2; Zaccarelli, M3; Casella, P2; Gattari, P2; 'Univ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore; 'SERT RM-10, Ospedale Santo Spirito; 'Ospedale L Spallanzani, Italy PB0667 ANTIBODY RESPONSES TO RECOMBINANT 38kDa PROTEIN OF MYCOBACTERIUM tuberculosis IN HIV-INFECTED AND NON HIV-INFECTED TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS da Costa, C'; Khanolkar-Young, S'; Moreno, C2; Elliott, AM'; Wasunna KM'; McAdam KPWJ'; 'London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; 2MRC TB Unit, UK PR0668 QUANTITATION OF ANTIMYCOBACTERIAL ANTIBODIES TO A60 ANTIGEN IN HIV INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Thakur, A; Sharma, V; Mandal, A; GB Pant Hospital, India PB0669 CLINICAL SPECIFICITIES OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS AMONG HIV-1 SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS IN KINSHASA, ZAIRE Ntikala, B; Mandala, K; Projet SIDA, Zaire PB0O670 RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS: AN EXCLUSION CRITERIA IN TB PREVENTIVE THERAPY? Mwinga, A'; Hosp, M'; Godfrey-Faussett, P'; Pobee, J'; Lusaka Porter, J2; McAdam K,2; 'UTH; 2LSHTM, Zambia PB0O671 NATURAL HISTORY OF TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV/AIDS IN RUSSIA Vlassov, N; Selizarova, E; Chaika, N; Rachmanova, A; St Petersburg Pasteur Institute, Russia PB0672 CEREBRAL MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS ABSCESS DURING AIDS: AN UNCOMMUN ETIOLOGY; ONE CASE Boulat, O; De Martino, S; Lanza, F; Chami, S; Lecrivain, F; Gevaudan, M; Merabei, M; Henric, A; Barai, JL; Hassoun-Najar, H; Martin, M; Lefranc, H; Lepeu, G; Lhemann, G; Touchais, AM; Derre, M; CH Henri Duffaut, France PB0673 PLEURAL TUBERCULOSIS IS AN EARLY MANIFESTATION OF HIV DISEASE IN BRAZIL Trajman, A; Belo, MTC; Teixeira, EG; Neto, EB; Spector, N; Castello Branco, MM; Gama Filho and Souza Marques Universities, Brazil PB0674 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON CLINICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL FEATURES BETWEEN HIV-SEROPOSTIVE AND-SERONEGATIVE PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN UGANDA Okwera, A'; Oishi, K2; Mitarai, S2; Mugerwa, R'; Nagatake, T2; Matsumoto, K2; 'Old Mulago Hospital, Uganda; 'Nagasaki Univ, Japan PB0675 HIV INFECTION IN PRISONER: TUBERCULOUS ACUTE ABDOMEN Monticelli, A; Cabrera, R; Serrano, R; Parreno, M; Pacheco, C; Alvarez Casado, J; Jiuregui Rueda, H; UNIT21-Federal Penintentiary Service, Argentina PB0676 GASTRIC TUBERCULOSIS AS FIRST MANIFESTATION OF AIDS: PRESENTATION OF A CASE WITH ANTRAL FISTULA Sasal, M; Sala, M; Serrate, G; Font, B; Cervantes, M; Segura, F; Hospital de Sabadell, Spain PB0677 HIV INFECTION IN PRISONERS: TUBERCULOUS ACUTE ABDOMEN CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS Jfuregui Rueda, H; Serrano, R; Cabrera, R; Silva, R; Alvarez Casado, JJ; Monticelli, A; UNIT21-Federal Penitentiary Service, Argentina PB0678 IMMUNOLOGICAL CHANGES IN AFRICAN HIV/TB PATIENTS: EFFECTS OF TB TREATMENT Martin, DJ; Lyons, SF; Sole, G; Meddows-Taylor, S; National Institute for Virology, South Africa 189

Page  190 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0679 THRESHOLD FOR TREATMENT OF SMEAR-NEGATIVE CULTURE-POSITIVE SPUTUM FOR AFB IN HIV INFECTION Policar, M; Alonso, G; Masci, J; Nicholas, P; Elmhurst Hospital Center, USA PB0680 DO WE GET THE JOB DONE? ANALYSIS OF TUBERCULOSIS TREATMENT IN A HIV OUTPATIENT SETTING IN GERMANY Poppinger, J; Jaegel Guedes, E; Morbach, K; Popescu, M; Jaeger, H; KIS, Curatorium for Immundeficiency, Germany PB0681 TWICE WEEKLY INH FOR TB PROPHYLAXIS Halsey N; Coberly, J; Atkinson, J; Boulos R; et al; CDS, PaP Haiti; Johns Hopkins University, USA PB0682 PREVALENCE OF DRUG RESISTANCE IN THAI HIV SEROPOSITIVE TUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS Chuchottaworn, C; Central Chest Hospital, Thailand PB0683 DRUG-RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS IN MADRID (SPAIN) Miralles, P; Parras, F; Moreno, S; Cosln, J; Cercenado, E; Bouza, E; Hosp G MaraflOn, Spain PB0684 DRUG RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS AT AIDS CARE UNIT-SAO PAULO BRAZIL Pinto, WP; Palaci, M; Souza, RA; Sanios, LFJ; Teles, MAS; Ferrazoli, L; Palhares, MCA; State Heath Departament, Brazil PB0685 DRUG RESISTANCE TO TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV INFECTION Palmieri, F'; Bordi, E'; De Mori, P; Ferri, F'; Guarascio, P'; Mancini, P2; Mazzei, L2; Parola, D2; 'Visco Comandini, U, Visco, GL Spallanzani Hosp; 2C Forlani Hosp, Italy PB0686 MULTIDRUG RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS (MDRTB) IN AIDS PATIENTS Errante, I'; Penati, V2; Astolfi, A'; Rastrelli, M'; Caggese, L'; Villa, MR'; Orcese, C1; 'Niguarda Hospital; 2Villa Marelli Institute, Italy PB0687 DRUG-RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV+ AND HIV-PATIENTS Machado, ES; Cruz, ML; Souza, MJ; Ribeiro, S; Silva, MG; Giordani, ML; Guimaraes, M; HSE (Hospital dos Servidores do Estado), Brazil PB0688 DESENSITIZATION TO RIFAMPIN: A STUDY OF 16 CASES Arrizabalaga, J; Oyarbide, I; Iribarren, JA; Rodriguez, F; Von Wichmann, MA; Garde, C; Mentxaka, B; Hospital Aranzazu, Spain PB0689 TUBERCULOSIS DRUG-RESISTANCE IN ITALIAN HIV+ SUBJECTS Italian Tuberculosis Drug Resistance Study Group; Angarano, G; Carbonara, S; Costa, D; University of Bari, Italy PB0690 A NOVEL DIRECTLY OBSERVED THERAPY (DOT) PROGRAM FOR THE TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS (TB) IN HARLEM Medard, F; El-Sadr, W; Dickerson, M; et al; Harlem Hospital, USA PB0691 PREDICTORS OF DEVELOPING ACTIVE TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV POSITIVE AND HIV NEGATIVE HEROIN USERS ATTENDING A DRUG TREATMENT CENTER IN ROME Gattari, P'; Zaccarelli, M2; Speziale, D3; Spizzichino, L'; Venezia, S'; Casella, P'; Valenzi, C'; 'Ospedale Santo Spirito; 'Ospedale L Spallanzani; 'Univ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy PB0692 TUBERCULOSIS AND HIV INFECTION AIDS: THE PROBABILITIES OF THE GENETIC PREDISPOSITION IN THEIR PATHOGENESIS Munema, FM; Mbena, EC; Muhimbili Medical Centre, Tanzania PB0693 THE PROGNOSIS OF A HIV POSITIVE TUBERCULOUS PATIENT Munogolo, K; Zirimwabagabo, L; Kel-A-We, I; Cliniques Universitaires, Zaire PB0694 PREDICTIVE FACTORS FOR TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV-INFECTED PERSONS: A COHORT STUDY Antonucci, G; Girardi, E; Ippolito, G; Gruppo Italiano di Studio Tubercolosi e AIDS (GISTA); Spallanzani Hosp, Italy PB0695 INCIDENCE OF TUBERCULOSIS IN AIDS PATIENTS IN BOLIVIA Andrade Arzabe, R; Camacho, M; Hurtado, LV; Venegas, E; Torricos, MC; Von Poser, B; Immunology and Tuberculosis Lab, Bolivia PB0696 TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Mota-Miranda, A; Marques, R; Gomes, MH; Abreu, C; Figueiredo, P; Serrao, MR; Nogueira, J; Lecour, H; Sarmento, R; Vasconcelos, O; Horta, A; Marques, AR; HS Joao and H Joaquim Urbano, Portugal PB0697 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND CLINIC STUDY OF AIDS INFECTION IN PATIENTS WITH TUBERCULOSIS STUDIED IN HEALTH'S PUBLIO SERVICE AT CAMPINAS, SAO PAULO-BRAZIL Torres-Morales, AE; Aoki, FH; Gonales Jr, FL; Branchini, MLM; Pedro, RJ; Lima, JN; State University of Campinas, Brazil PB0698 PREVALENCE OF MYCOBACTERIA IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS IN SAO PAULO-BRAZIL Dias, M'; Pereira Jr, LC; Marinho, S'; Andrade, M'; Palaci, M'; Barreto, JA'; 'Inst Infectologia Emilio Ribas; 2Inst Adolpho Lutz, Brazil PB0699 MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION IN THE AIDS PATIENTS IN SINGAPORE Leo, YS; Allen, DM; Monteiro, EHA; Communicable Disease Centre, Singapore 10

Page  191 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0O700 TRENDS OF HIV INFECTION IN CASES OF TUBERCULOSIS THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE Das, PC; Das, PK; Das, SC; India PB0O701 THE INCREASING TB MORBIDITY IN CONGO: TB-ASSOCIATED AIDS DURING FIVE YEARS AMONG PATIENTS OF THE BRAZZAVILLE CENTRAL MILITARY HOSPITAL Loemba, HD'; Beuzit, Y'; Makuwa, M2; 'Brazzaville Central Military Hospital; 2Laboratoire National de Sante Publique, Congo PB0702 TUBERCULOSIS IN HIV INFECTION IN THE INTERNAL MEDECINE OF CHU DAKAR Diallo, S; Diouf, B; Pouye, A; Mbengue, M; N'diaye, MF; Diop, TM; Bao, O; CHU, HALD, Senegal PB0703 MYCOBACTERIOSIS IN PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT AIDS IN RIO GRANDE, RS, BRAZIL Boffo, MMS; Coch, MNG; Silva, PEA; Silveira, JM; Silva, CM; Cielo, LF; Alvariza, MCB; Hospital Universitario, FURG, Brazil PB0O704 IMPACT OF HIV INFECTION UPON TUBERCULOSIS IN BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA: STUDY COMPRISING 136 PATIENTS Masini, R; Macias, J; Marino, R; Romano, M; Di Lonardo, M; "FJ Munfiz" Hospital, Argentina PB0O705 TB IN HIV INFECTED INDIVIDUALS-A CLINICAL RETROSPECTIVE STUDY, 1989-1993 Ventura, FAAN; Campos, MJF; Silva Barra, AJBS; Champalimaud, JLFT; Hospital de Egas Moniz, Portugal PB0O706 MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTION IN AIDS IN HONG KONG Li, PCK; Ho, HF; Tsang, D; Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong PB0O707 TUBERCULOSIS IN ALASKAN NATIVE WOMEN WITH HIV DISEASE: THE FIRST CASES Macher, A'; Jones, M2; Webb, V2; Mann, M2; Palmer, J'; Goosy, E'; 'U S Public Health Service; 2Alaska Department of Health, USA PB0708 DOES THE HIV/TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION FAVOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MULTIDRUG RESISTANCE TB (MDRTB) CASES? Anagonou, SY'; Gninafon, M2; Tawo, L2; Josse, R2; 'SidAlerte; 2National TB Programme, Benin P0O709 INTRADERMAL PPD, SKIN TEST, HIV INFECTION AND TB DISEASE IN INTRAVENOUS DRUG ABUSERS Boschini, A'; Begnini, M'; Di Fine, M'; Smacchia, C'; Schiesari, A'; Legnani, D2; 'San Patrignano Medical Centre; 2Istituto Pneumotisiologia Universita Di Milano, Italy PB0710 LOW INCIDENCE OF TB AMONG SWISS HIV PATIENTS Sudre, P; Flepp, M; Ledergerber, B; Rieder, H; von Overbeck, J; Bucher, H; Hirschel, B; University Hospital, Switzerland PBO6: Mycobacterial Infections: Other Than Tuberculosis PB0711 ANALYSIS OF MYCOBACTERIAL DNA FROM BLOOD Emler S'; Anwar, D2; Perrin, L'; Hirschel, Bt; 'University Hospital Geneva, Switzerland; 2Atlanta/Georgia, USA PB0712 STOOL EXAMINATION IN DIAGNOSIS OF MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM-COMPLEX (MAC) INFECTION IN HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Rabaud, C; May, T; Dailloux, M; Amiel, C; Boulard, P; Bevilacqua, S; Canton, P; CHU, France PB0713 GOITRE WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM & HYPOPARATHYROIDISMIN ASSOCIATION WITH AIDS & M KANSASII INFECTION Siddiqi, A; Goh, BT; Monson, JP; Hillman, RJ; Royal London Hospital, UK PB0O714 MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTION IN AIDS: AUTOPSY CORRELATION Afessa, B; Peters, B; Green, W; Frederick, W; Howard University Hospital, USA PB0715 CYTOPENIAS IN OVER AGED-50 HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Diez-Manglano, J; Crusells-Canales, MJ; Marin-Bullve, A; Fiteni-Mera, I; Cuesta-Munfoz, J; Franco-Alcalde, L; Hospital Clinico, Spain PB0O716 THE CANADIAN RANDOMIZED OPEN-LABEL TRIAL OF COMBINATION THERAPY FOR MAC BACTEREMIA: STUDY PROGRESS O'Neill, R; Tsoukas, C; Smaill, F; Aoki, F; Rachlis, A; Singer, J; Shafran, S; the Canadian MAC Study Group; Southern Alberta HIV Clinic; Canadian HIV Trial Network; BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada PB0717 THE CANADIAN RANDOMIZED OPEN-LABEL TRIAL OF COMBINATION THERAPY FOR MAC BACTEREMIA: UVEITIS TOXICITY Toma, E; Lalonde, R; Rachlis, A; Miller, M; Singer, J; Grant, K; Shafran, S; the MAC Study Group; Canadian HIV Trials Network; BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada P0718 EFFECTIVENESS OF RIFABUTIN IN PREVENTING MAC IN PERSONS WITH HIV-DESEASE Mandigo, K; Hogg, RS; Le, R; Phillips, P; Montaner, JSG; O'Shaughnessy, MV; British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, Canada 191

Page  192 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0719 CLARITHROMYCIN IN 500 mg BID AS PROPHYLAXIS FOR MAC DISEASE-A RESTROSPECTIVE STUDY Sinnott, T2; Houston, SH2; Majerus, TC'; Sanders, LI'; Bergen, G'; Ganguly, R'; 'Hillsborough Cty H Dept; 'Tampa (FL) General Hospital; 'Marietta, USA PB0720 CLARITHROMYCIN: SAFE AND EFFECTIVE PROPHYLACTIC AGENT AGAINST MAC Miller, DA; Respiratory Associates of Corpus Christi, USA PB0721 CLARITHROMYCIN (CLA) FOR THE PREVENTION OF MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM COMPLEX (MAC) IN AIDS Hellinger, JA'; Cohen, CJ'; Mazzullo, J2; 'CRI/New England; 2New England Medical Center, Tufts University, USA PB0722 MAI COMPLEX INFECTIONS IN AIDS PATIENTS Sambeat, MA; Gurgui, M; Cadafalch, J; Ris, J; Domingo, P; Coll, P; Sanchez, F; Hospital Sant Pau, UAB, Spain PB0723 ATYPICAL MYCOBACTERIOSIS IN AIDS PATIENTS IN ARGENTINA Perez, H; Kaufman, S; Ben, G; Barrera, L; Cahn, P; Hospital Fernandez & Instituto Malbrin, Argentina PB0724 ATYPICAL MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTIONS IN HIV-POSITIVE (+) PATIENTS (PTS) Yamaguchi, E; Gill, C; Cunniff, D; Smith, S; East Orange VA Hosp, USA PB0725 MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTIONS IN AIDS PATIENTS Massetti, AP; Paoletti, F; Romani, R; Santopadre, P; Lichtner, M; Sorice, F; Univ "La Sapienza", Italy PB0726 MAIC PREVENTION: CLARITHROMYCIN VS RIFABUTIN Qualls, J; Salvato, P; Thompson, C; Houston Immun Institute, USA PB0727 MAIC INFECTION IN ACALCULOUS CHOLECYSTITIS Thompson, C'; Salvato, P'; Stroud, S2; 'Houston Immuno Institute; 'Med Univ, USA PB0728 THE ACTIVITY OF AZITHROMYCIN, CLARITHROMYCIN AND RIFABUTIN AGAINST CLINICAL MYCOBACTERIAL ISOLATES Halkias, KD; Yangco, BG; St Joseph's Hospital IDRI, USA PB1O: Organ Manifestations: Other Organ System PB0729 SPUTUM EXAMINATION IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII PNEUMONIA Toma, E; Pirzadeh, B; Ravaoarinoro, M; Cyr, L; Hotel-Dieu de Montreal, Canada PB0730 UTILITY OF GALLIUM LUNG SCANNING AS A PREDICTOR OF BRONCHOSCOPIC PROVEN PULMONARY DISEASE Stenoien, R; Stool, E; Gathe, Jr, J; Frazier, R; Najjar, A; Piot, D; Gustafson, P; Park Plaza Hospital, USA PB0731 CHANGING PATTERNS OF BAL SPECIMENS IN HIV+/AIDS PATIENTS IN THE PCP PROPHYLAXIS ERA Ceserani, N; Guffanti, M; Gianotti, N; Uberti-Foppa, C; Fumagalli, F; IRCCS, Italy PB0732 BRONCHOALVEOLAR LAVAGE (BAL) OF PULMONARY INFECTIONS IN HIV SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS Pothirat, C; Lertprasertsuke, N; Tharavichitkul, P; CMU, Thailand PB0733 RELATION BETWEEN BRONCHOPULMONARY INFECTIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE SEROPOSITIVITY STATE BY HIV Gnarini, R; Ferraro, V; Abbazia, L; Guidetti, E; Soscia, M; Drug-Addicts Service, Italy PB0734 LUNG INFILTRATES IN AIDS IN A HOSPITAL IN BUENOS AIRES Losso, MH; Kalina, M; Flaster, NH; Saenz, C; Sanguinetti, C; Hospital JM Ramos Mejia, Argentina PB0735 CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND EVOLUTION OF PNEUMOCOCCAL INFECTION IN HIV PATIENTS Clavo, A; Giron, JA; Torres, M; Gonzalez; Vergara, A; Barrera, A; L6pez Sanchez, A; Group of Infectious Diseases, Cadiz (GIDC), Spain PB0736 LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Arzuaga, JA; Moreno, S; Miralles, P; Cosin, J; Ptrez-Tasc6n, M; Bouza, E; Hosp G Maranon, Spain PB0737 PNEUMOTHORAX AND AIDS: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY Salit, IE; Hajiabdolbaghi, M; Walmsley, SL; The Toronto Hospital, Canada PB0738 PNEUMOTHORAX IN AIDS PATIENTS Bascuftana, A; Serrano, A; Gonzalez, M; Vergara, A; Torres, M; Sanchez, MC; Clavo, A; Giron, JA; Group for the Study of Infectious Diseases, Spain PB0739 CAVITARY PNEUMONIA CAUSED BY RHODOCOCCUS EQUI IN PATIENT WITH AIDS Halpern, M; Castifleiras, TMPP; Souza, QS; Hofer, E; Martins, FSV; DIP, HUCFF, UFRJ, Brazil PB0740 PULMONARY CAVITY IN AIDS: ETIOLOGY, CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND OUTCOME Furman, A; Sepkowitz, KA; Jacobs, J; Cornell University, USA 192

Page  193 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0O741 EVALUATING A BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTION IN HIGH RISK SETTINGS IN ABIDJAN, COTE D'IVOIRE Kale, K'; Gnaore, E2; Mahbi, G'; Tawil, 03; Tiemele, A'; Djadji, El; 'Institut National de Sante Publique (INSP); 2Programme National de Lutte Contre le SIDA (PNLS), Cote d'Ivoire; 'WHO, Geneva, Switzerland PB0742 ACANTHOSIS NIGRICANS AND AIDS Martins, T; Maltez, F; Morgado, A; Proenta, RH; Curry Cabral, Serl, Portugal PB0743 ATYPICAL VIRAL VERRUCOUS SKIN LESIONS IN AIDS PATIENTS Franca, I; Baptista, AP; Borges, F; Claro, C; Nunes, JM; Champalimaud, J; Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, Portugal PB0744 PRURITIC PAPULAR ERUPTION OF THE AIDS PATIENT Ishii, N; Nakajima, H; Yokohama City Univ, Japan PB0745 PORPHYRIA CUTANEA TARDA IN HIV INFECTION Calderon, W; De Filippi, C; Patruno, S; Klersy, K; Sacchi, P; Capelli, D; Barbarini, G; IRCCS, Italy PB0746 SPONDYLARTHROPATHY AND PSORIATIC BALANITIS IN AIDS PATIENT Franca, I; Mansinho, K; Claro, C; Baptista, AP; Nunes, JM; Champalimaud, J; Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, Portugal PB0747 PORPHYRIA CUTANEA TARDA (PCT) AND HIV INFECTION: A REPORT OF TWO CASES, AND REVIEW Granier, F; Leclerc, V; Bourgeois-Droin, C; Tremolieres, F; F Quesnay Hospital, France PB0748 DISSEMINATED SPOROTRICHOSIS PRESENTING CONCOMITANTLY WITH AN ACUTE DROP IN CD4 CELLS Hennessey, NP; Gaan, J; Mullen, M; Schnoll, S; New York University, USA PB0749 RAPID DIAGNOSIS OF HIV-ASSOCIATED EOSINOPHILIC PUSTULAR FOLLICULITIS Schnoll, S; Sanchez, M; Reisfeld, P; New York University, USA P0750 MODULATION OF IMMUNE RESPONSE AND HIV ANTIGEN EXPRESSION IN UVB-TREATED PSORIASIS PATIENTS Lightfoote, M'; Beer, JZ'; Smudzka, B'; Gregory, N2; 'CDRH, Food and Drug Administration; 2Columbia Univ, USA PB0751 CUTANEOUS HISTOPLASMOSIS AND CRYPTOCOCCOSIS IN AIDS PATIENTS Gan, AT; Gangaram, HB; Suraiya, HH; Ganesapillai, T; Kuala Lumpur Hospital, Malaysia PB0752 SKIN DISEASE AND STDs IN A GROUP OF ITALIAN INJECTING DRUG USERS Barba, A'; Gomma, M'; Tessari, G'; Leoni, A'; Chieregato, GC'; Serpelloni, G2; 'University degli Studi Verona; 'Sezione di Screening HIV-ULSS, Italy PB0753 UNUSUAL PRESENTATION OF ULCEROUS DISEASE (GENITAL AND NON-GENITAL) IN HIV-SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS Petri, V'; Pereira, A'; Campos, RV; 'Escola Paulista de Medicina, Brazil PB0754 UNUSUAL MANIFESTATIONS OF SKIN DISEASES IN HIV+ PATIENTS Stavrianeas, N; Botsi, C; Paparizos, V; Polydorou, D; Zagoreos, J; Potouridou, I; Vareltzidis, A; "A Sygros Hospital, Greece PB0755 HEMATOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS Barragin, S; Deluchi, G; Canizal, AM; Benetucci, J; Sosa, CE; FUNDAI, Argentina PB0756 HEMOPHAGOCYTIC SYNDROME IN HIV PATIENTS Grateau, G; Bachmeyer, C; Jouanne, M; Blanche, P; Tulliez, M; Sicard, D; Sereni, D; HOpital Cochin, France PB0757 HIV-1 INFECTION OF MEGAKARYOCYTIC CELL LINES Sato, T'; Sekine, H2; Kakuda, H'; Miura, N'; Noguchi, Y'; Suwabe, S'; Niimi, H'; Fuse, A'; 'Chiba Unvierstiy; 2Tokyo Metropol Res Lab of Pub Health; 'NIH, Japan PB0758 IMMUNOTHERAPY WITH INTRAVENOUS IMMUNOGLOBJLIN G (IVIG) IN HIV ILLNESS Diaz Brito, A; Feregrino, GM; Eid Lidt, G; Alvarado DR; Gallegos Perez, H; Perez AI; Clinica ISI de Norteamerica, Mexico PB0759 INFLUENCE OF INTRAVENOUS THERAPY WITH NORMAL HUMAN IMMUNOGLOBULIN ON HAEMOSTASIS SYSTEM IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Kravchenko, AV; Polyakova, AM; Yurin, OG; Astrina, OS; Serebrovskaya, LV; Pokrovsky, VV; Russian AIDS Centre, Russia PB0760 LOW SERUM G-CSF LEVEL IN HIV POSITIVE HEMOPHILIACS AS A CAUSE OF NEUTROPENIA Hanabusa, H'; Matsuda, F'; Miura, T2; 'Ogikubo Hospital; 'Haga Red Cross Hospital, Japan P0761 TRANSFUSIONS, r-HuEPO & IMMUNE FUNCTION IN HIV DISEASE Scarazinni, L; Muurahainen, N; Kosok, A; Reeves, L; Young, C; Turner, J; Graduate Hosp/Phila FIGHT, USA 193

Page  194 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0762 REDUCTION OF CD8+CELL COUNT DEVELOPS THROMBOCYTOPENIA IN HIV-INFECTED HEMOPHILIACS Tokumaru, O; Ohji, T; Shirahata, A; University of Occupational and Environmental Health Japan, Japan PB0763 SEVERE THROMBOCYTOPENIA (ST) IN HIV-1+ PTS Maiello, A; Sciandra, M; Sinicco, A; Univ Turin, Italy PB0764 MORPHOLOGY OF BLOOD PLATELETS AND THEIR FUNCTIONAL CONDITION IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Polyakova, AM; Astrina, OS; Kravchenko, AV; Maleev, VV; Central Institute of Epidemiology, Russia PB0765 PLASMACYTOSIS IN CYTOLOGIC BONE-MARROW EXAMINATION IN PATIENTS WITH HIV-INFECTION Sandor, P; Jung, C; Bogner, JR; Goebel, FD; Medizinische Poliklinik, University of Munich School of Medicine, Germany PB0766 FUNGAL BONE MARROW CULTURES AND PLATELETS Ramirez-Ronda, R; Nieves, E; Del Valle, C; Aponte, A; Santos, M; Immunology Clinic OCASET, USA PB0767 FEVER PLUS NEUTROPENIA IN AIDS PATIENTS: ETIOLOGY AND RESPONSE TO G-CSF Hernandez-Quero, J; Viciana, P; Villanueva, J; Vergara, A; Giron, JA; Lozano, F; Andalousian Infectious Diseases Group (GAEI), Spain PB0768 AIDS NEUTROPENIA MANAGEMENT WITH COLONIES STIMULATING FACTORS (GMCSF AND GCSF) Alvarado-Diez, R; Feregrino-Goyos, M; Eid-Lidt, G; Gallegos-Perez, H; Clinica ISI de Norteamerica, Mexico PB0769 ZIDOVUDINE EFFECT ON VITAMIN B12 AND FOLATE MEASURED BY THE DEOXYURIDINE SUPRESSION TEST IN HIV PATIENTS Remacha, A; Cadafalch, J; Garcla-Die, F; Fuster, M; Sambeat, MA; Domingo, P; Hospital de Sant Pau, Spain PB0770 IRON STORES AND ANEMIA IN HIV-1 INFECTION Velati, C'; Macagni, A'; Vismara, L'; DeFerrari, C'; Lobbiani A'; Galli, M2; Musicco, M3; Fiorelli, G4; 'Immunohematology Centre; 2Med University of Milan; 3CNR, Italy PB0771 HLA PHENOTIPES & TNF-a PRODUCTION IN HIV PATIENTS Kalinina, N; Ketlinsky, SA; Bubnova, LN; Rachmanova, AG; Institute of Pure Biochemicals, Russia PB0772 PROINFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES IN HIV PATIENTS Ketlinsky, SA; Kalinina, NM; Prokopieva, ED; Chaldeeva, NA; Institute of Pure Biochemicals, Russia PB0773 DIFFERENTIATION OF CD34+STEM CELLS (SC) FROM HIV HEMOPHILIACS IN CULTURED THYMIC EPITHELIAL FRAGMENTS Knutsen, AP; Ruiz, M; Roodman, ST; Arens, M; O'Connor, D; Bouhasin, JD; St Louis Univ Med Ctr, USA PB0774 ANTIPHOSPHOLIPID ANTIBODY SYNDROME (APS) IN ARC AND AIDS PATIENTS Gritti, FM; Fondacaro, A; Bini, A; Guerra, L; Cannella, B; Cicognani, M; Schiattone, ML; Raise, E; Maggiore Hospital, Italy PB0775 IMMUNOGLOBULIN E (IGE) LEVELS IN DIFFERENT RISK GROUPS Carcamo, C; Miguez, MJ; Shor-Posner, G; Lu, Y; Quesada, J; Page, BJ; Fletcher, MA; Baum, MK; University of Miami, USA PB0776 IMMUNE EVOLUTION MARKERS IN HIV INFECTION: EFFECT INDUCED BY TREATMENT Tuset, C; Ferrer, C; Casas, E; Pedro, F; Carbonell, F; Herrera, A; Lopez-Santovefia, F; H General Universitario, CTCV, SPAIN PB0777 NO ADDITIONAL EXPANSION OF IMMUNE ACTIVATION PARAMETERS IN 264 AIDS PATIENTS WITH OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS (01) AS COMPARED TO PATIENTS WITH AIDS DUE TO 01 BUT WITHOUT ACTUAL 01 Bogner, JR; Sadri, I; Kinzel, D; Geier, SA; Goebel, F-D; Medizinische Poliklinik, University of Munich, Germany PB0778 CD4+ LYMPHOPENIA IN HIV+PATIENTS ONGOING INTERFERON FOR CHRONIC HEPATITIS C Soriano, V; Bravo, R; G Samaniego, J; Gonzalez, J; Castro, AM; Odriozola, P; Carballo, E; Colmenero, J; Del Romero, J; Pedreira, J; Glez-Lahoz, J; The HIV/IFN/HCV Spanish Study Group; Instituto Salud Carlos III, Spain PB0779 EFFECT OF TOTAL EXCHANGE TRANSFUSION (Ex-Tx) FOLLOWED BY CR1 RICH ERYTHROCYTE TRANSFUSION OR PLASMAPHERESIS ON COMPLEMENT ACTIVATION AND HIV COMPLEX FORMATION Inada, Y; Sakai, K; Sulzberger, J; Miyamoto, K; Lange, M; St Luke's-Roosevelt Hosp Ctr, Columbia University, USA PB0780 IDIOPATHIC CD4 + T-LYMPHOCYTOPENIA ACCOMPANYING HYPOGAMMAGLOBULINEMIA WITH INCREASED CD5+ B LYMPHOCYTES Fujiyama, Y; Hodohara, K; Yoshida, T; Matsubara, H; Bamba, T; Shiga Univ Med Sci, Japan PB0781 SEROLOGICAL MARKERS OF CMV-INFECTION IN RUSSIAN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS; RELATION WITH CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS Ermak, TN; Schahgildjan, VI; Kravchenko, AV; Stakhanova, VM; Karagas, NV; Ribalkina, TI; Pokrovsky, VV; Russian AIDS Centre, Russia 194

Page  195 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0782 PREGNANCY AND HIV-INFECTION IN UGANDAN WOMEN Naamara, W'; Katabira, P'; Reingold, A2; Hearst, N3; 'MOH, Uganda; 2Univ of Calif, Berkeley, USA; 3Ctr for AIDS Prevention Studies, Univ of Calif, San Francisco, USA PB0783 OBSTETRICS PATHOLOGY IN HIV POSITIVE IN PREGNANT WOMEN Carreras, R; Torrent, A; Rovira, MT; Payl, A; Soriano, RM; Xercavins, J; Autonomus University of Barcelona, Del Mar Hospital, Spain PB0784 POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS OF GYNECOLOGICAL AND OBSTETRICAL PATIENTS WITH HIV-INFECTION Dathe, O; Grubert, T; Lutz-Friedrich, R; Stauber, M; Univ of Munich, Germany PB0785 PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE, IN A BRAZILIAN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Becker Jr, E; Naud, P; Passos, E; Hospital de Clinieas de Porto Alegre, Brazil PB0786 DISEASE PROGRESSION IN HIV1 INFECTED WOMEN AFTER DELIVERY: A CASE CONTROL STUDY Bongain, A; Durant, J; Zammit, V; Dellamonica, P; Gillet, JY; University of Nice, France PB0787 THE EFFECT OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS INFECTION ON THE COURSE OF PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE Biggers, SD; Laguardia, KD; The New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center, USA PB0788 HIV INFECTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH MORE SEVERE CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF PID Munkolenkole, K1'2; De Cock, KM'; St Louis, M3; Ghys, P'; TourE, CK4; Kreiss, J2; 'Projet Retro-CI, CO d'Ivoir 2University of Washington; 'CDC, USA; 4CHU de Treichville, COte d'Ivoir PB0789 PATHOLOGY OF KIDNEY IN HIV INFECTION/AIDS Lanjewar, DN; Ansari, MAA; Grant Medical College, India PB0790 EXPERIENCE WITH STAVUDINE (d4T) THERAPY OF PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED AIDS AND <50 CD4 CELLS Pottage, Jr, J; Benson, C; Sha, B; et al; Rush Medical College, USA PB0791 DIDANOSINE-INDUCED EJACULATORY DYSFUNCTION Mayo, J; Collazos, J; Martinez, E; Hospital de Galdakao, Spain PB0792 HIV FREE SPERM PREPARATION FROM HIV CARRIER'S SEMEN Ando, Y'; Kakimoto, K'; Yoshioka, A2; Honda, M'; 'Wakayama Med Col; 2Nara Med Univ; 'JNIH, Japan PB0793 TRH-LHRH IN AIDS Tendrich, M; Galhardo, MCG; Cuba, J; Veloso, VG; Moreira, RB; Souza, RV; Guimarnes, MRC; Evandro Chagas Hospital, Brazil PB0794 HLMAN CRH TEST IN AIDS Galhardo, MCG; Cuba, J; Veloso, VG; Moreira, RB; Cavalcante, SC; Grinsztejn, B; Tendrich, M; Evandro Chagas Hosp, IOC/FIOCRUZ, Brazil PB0795 MALNUTRITION AND SURVIVAL IN AIDS Dickerson, C; Salvato, P; Thompson, C; Houston Immunological Institute, USA PB0796 METABOLIC ALTERATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH VIH ILLNESS Eid-Lidt, G; Feregrino, GM; Gallegos, PH, Alvarado, DR; Clinica ISI Norteamerica, Mexico PB0797 DIABETES INSIPIDUS IN AIDS Harris, PJ; Curry, R; AIDS Clinical Research Center of Washington, USA PB0798 MUSCULOSKELETAL OPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN AIDS Lorena, RO; Silva, MA; Lima, MBC; Salgado, MCF; Leao, ACH; Oliveira, CAB; University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PB0799 NON-INVASIVE METHODS FOR THE PRECOCIOUS DIAGNOSIS OF CARDIAC ABNORMALITIES IN HIV INFECTED CHILDREN Yu, CL'; Catani, LH2; Della Negra, M'; Queiroz, W'; Paste, AA'; Soraggi Neto, C'; Silva, LMG'; 'Inst Infectol Emilio Ribas; 2FCMSCSP, Brazil PB0800 ARE CARDIAC ABNORMALITIES RELATED TO A POORER VITAL PROGNOSIS IN AIDS PATIENTS? d'Ivernois, C; Chene, G; Dupon, M; Lacut, JY; CHU, France PB0801 CARDIAC MANIFESTATIONS OF AIDS Kalla, S'; Chakraborty, J2; Purohit, A'; Verma, G4; 'Univ of Ill; 2Medical College of Ohio; 'Harvard Deaconess Surgical Service USA; 4Kota Medical College, India PB0802 STEREOLOGY OF THE MYOCARDIUM IN AIDS/HIV PATIENTS Paiva, D; Lima, DB; Gomes, ND; Mandarim-de-Lacerda, CA; Santos, MB; State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PB0803 FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS: A MULTICENTRIC-PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF 116 CASES Lozano, F; Pujol, E; Tortes Cisneros, J; Bascunana, A; Carias, E; Garcia-Ordonez, MA; Hernandez-Quero, J; Vergara, A; Marquez, M; Diez, F; Torres, M; Pasquau, J; Hernandez-Burruezo, JJ; Suarez, I; Andalusian Group For Study of Infectious Diseases, Spain 195

Page  196 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0804 HEMOLYTIC-UREMIC SYNDROME IN PATIENTS WITH HIV INFECTION Blanche, P; Bachmeyer, C; Sereni, D; Salmon, D; Boissonnas, A; Dreyfus, F; Sicard, D; Hopital Cochin, France PB0O805 26 CASES OF ACUTE RETINITIS NECROSIS (ARN) IN 26 HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Batisse, D; Eliaszewicz, M; Zazoun, L; Baudrimont, M; Dupont, B; Hopital de l'Institut Pasteur, France PB0806 ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY (AI) IN SEVEN AIDS PATIENTS Baraia-Etxaburu, J; Astigarraga, B; Zubero, Z; Muftoz, J; Teira, R; Santamaria, JM; Hosp Basurto, Spain PBO807 THYROID FUNCTIONAL RESERVE EVALUATION IN AIDS Lima, MBC; Pires, MLE; Silva, MA; Ribero, JE; Alessandro, FA; Dimetz, T; Povoa, LC; University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PB0O808 ETIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF THE ADRENAL ACCESS IN AIDS Oliveira, CAB; Pires, MLE; Silva, MA; Lima, MBC; Ribeiro, JE; Koeppe, AS; Conceicao, FL; University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PB0809 CLINICAL AND LABORATORIAL EVALUATION OF THE ENDOCRINE PANCREAS IN AIDS Pires, MLE; Silva, MA; Lima, MBC; Carrera, JA; Vangueloti, AM; Ribeiro, JE; Faulhaber, MHW; University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PB0810 AIDS AND RHEUMATIC MANIFESTATIONS- STUDY OF 15 CASES Verztman, JF; Leite, NH; Goldfarb, M; Joao, E; Guimaraes, S; Hospital dos Servidores do Estado, Brazil PB0811 IMMUNOHISTOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF CUTANEOUS DRUG HYPERSENSITIVITY REACTIONS IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Cooper, DA"2; Carr, A'; Vasak, E'; Munro, V2; Penny, R'; Penny, R'; 'Centre for Immunology; 2ST Vincent's Hospital, 'Univ of New South Wales, Australia PB0812 TRIMETHOPRIME-SULFAMETHOXAZOLE DESENSITIZATION IN HIV PATIENTS Guerin, C; Bachmeyer, C; Salmon, D; Barre, C; Hazebroucq, G; Sicard, D; Sereni, D; Hopital Cochin, France P0O813 NEVIRAPINE (NEV) IS LESS TOXIC TO PROGENITOR CELLS (BFU-E) THAN AZT OR DDI Weinberg, RS; Chusid, ED; Galperin, Y; Gerits, P; Sacks, H; Mt Sinai School of Medicine, USA PB0814 THE EFFECT OF HIV INFECTION ON MEASLES ANTIBODY Brunell, PA; Vimal, V; Courville, T; Israele, V; Daar, E; Sandhu, M; Ahmanson Pediatric Center, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, USA PB0815 RENAL TISSUE LEVELS OF MHC PROTEIN AND INTERFERON IN HIV NEPHROPATHY Kimmel, PL; Bodi, I; Abraham, AA; Phillips, TM; George Washington Univ Med Ctr, USA PB13: Antiretroviral Therapy: Nucleoside Monotherapy PB0816 CLARITHROMYCIN AND ZIDOVUDINE PHARMACOKINETIC STUDY Vance, E; Guzman, J; Bitar, M; Kazanjian, P; Brigham & Women's Hospital/ Harvard Med School, Boston, USA PB0817 SURVIVAL TRENDS OF PATIENTS INFECTED WITH HIV TREATED WITH ZIDOVUDINE (RETROVIR~) EXPERIENCE FROM A PRIVATE PRACTICE GROUP IN VENEZUELA Rodriguez-Adrian, L; Comegna, M; Guzman, M; Isttriz, M; Murillo, J; Hospital Privado Centro Medico de Caracas, Venezuela PB0818 INTRACELLULAR PHOSPHORYLATION OF ZIDOVUDINE IN VIVO Veal, GJ; Wild, MJ; Barry, MG; Back, DJ; University of Liverpool, UK PB0819 INFLUENCE ON ZIDOVUDINE/PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII PNEUMONIA PROPHYLAXIS ON SURVIVAL FROM AIDS DIAGNOSIS Mijch, A; Carlin, J; Hoy, J; Gertig, D; Graham, M; Lucas, R; Fairfield Hospital, Australia PB0820 THE EFFICACY OF ZIDOVUDINE IN AIDS PATIENTS IN BRAZIL Sprinz, E; Kronfeld, M; Sfair, A; Hospital de Clinicas, Porto Alegre (HCPA), Brazil PB0821 ComPACT 1: A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL OF IMMEDIATE VS DEFERRED ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY IN ASYMPTOMATIC HIV INFECTED INDIVIDUALS Mitchell, T'; Abrams, D'; Smith, RP2; Meier, P2; Peto, R4; 'University of California, San Francisco; 'Brown University; 'Columbia University; 'Oxford University; USA PB0822 DISPOSITION OF AZT AND ZdU IN LYMPH NODES OF MICE Chu, CK; Manouilov, KK; White, CA; Federov, I; Boudinot, FD; 'Univ of Georgia, Athens; Emory University, USA PB0823 SHOULD ASYMPTOMATIC HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS TAKE AZT: A DECISION ANALYSIS APPROACH Walmsley, S; Naimark, D University of Toronto, Canada PB0824 THE EFFECT OF THE CONCORDE TRIAL ON INITIATION OF DIDANOSINE (ddl) THERAPY Peter, A; Rachlis, A; Sunnybrook Health Science Centre, Canada 196

Page  197 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0825 LYMPHOCYTE FUNCTION AND CYTOKINES IN HIV+ PATIENTS TREATED ON AZT OR DDI Raise, E; Fondacaro, A; Guerra, L; Chen, CH; Cicognani, MA; Schiattone, ML; Martuzzi, M; Gritti, FM; Maggiore Hospital, Italy PB0826 IN VIVO EFFECTS OF ZIDOVUDINE ON HIV-1 PROVIRAL LOAD AND 2-LTR CIRCULAR HIV-1 DNA Baxter, JD; Gekowski, KM; Rockoff, TA; Parisi, JM; Byrne, BC; UMDNJ/RWJ Medical School, USA PB0827 EARLY ANTIRETROVIRAL TREATMENT AND SURVIVAL AFTER AIDS DIAGNOSIS IN A COHORT OF HOMOSEXUAL MEN Bindels, PJE; Krol, A; Keet, IPM; Van Den Hoek, JAR; Coutinho, RA; Municipal Health Service, Amsterdam, The Netherlands PB0828 MEASUREMENT OF HIV ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY BY DIRECT HIV RNA QUANTITATION IN FROZEN PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS (PBMCs) USING A BRANCHED DNA (bDNA) ASSAY Anderson, RE2; Mohanty, S2; Wilber, JC'; Dailey, PJ 1; 2Bristol-Myers Squibb Co; 'Chiron Corp, USA PB0829 NOVEL 6- (PHENYLSELENENYL) PYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES AS POTENTIAL ANTI-AIDS AGENTS Kim, DK'; Gam, J'; Kim, Y-W'; Kim, H-T'; Cho, Y-B'; Kim, KH'; Shin, Y-O2; 'Sungkyong Industries R&D Center; 2National Institute of Health, Korea PB0830 CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF NON-NUCLEOSIDE REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE INHIBITORS (NNRTIs) AS HIV-1-SPECIFIC RT INHIBITORS De Clercq, E; Ka tholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium PB0831 DIDANOSINE (ddl)-INDUCED FULMINANT HEPATITIS Bissuel, F'; Cotte, L'; Bruneel, F2; Lucet, J2; Trepo, C'; 'HOtel-Dieu Hospital, Lyon; 2Bichat-Claude Bernard Hospital, France PB0832 BINDING OF AZT TO LIPID MEMBRANES Gabev, EE'; Gabev, EB2; Bulg Ac Sci; Med Sch, Sofia, Bulgaria PB0833 PHASE I STUDIES IN ANTI-AIDS DRUGS AND GCP Lim, C'; Fourtillan, JB2; 1Chuan Lim Conseil; 2CEMAF, France PB0834 CLINICAL DECISION-MAKING AND TRIAL DESIGN: A REVIEW AND CRITIQUE OF RECENT TRIALS Link, D; Gay Men's Health Crisis, USA PB0835 THE EFFECTS OF AZT ON SURVIVAL: A REVIEW OF PUBLISHED RANDOMIZED EVIDENCE Smith, R; Abrams, D; Mitchell, T; Meier, P; Peto, R; USA & UK PB0836 MEASUREMENT OF THE ANTI HIV AGENT-2', 3'-DIDEHYDRO-2', 3' DIDEOXYTHYMIDINE (D4T) BY COMPETITIVE ELISA Guedj, R; Ferrua, B; Tran, TT; Rotpin, C; Quaranta, J-F; Sinet, M; Durand, J; Laboratoire de Chimie Bio-Organique, France PB0837 IS ZIDOVUDINE EFFECTIVE IN ASYMPTOMATIC CHINESE HIV CARRIERS? Twu, SJ; Lin, HC; Chuang, CY; National Taiwan University, Taiwan PB0838 ZIDOVUDINE IN A LOW-DOSE ESCHEDULE IN INFECTED CHILDREN: A BRAZILIAN EXPERIENCE Marques, HHS; Aquino, MZ; Kamikawa, J; Hamamoto, LA; Jacob, CMA; Pastorino, AC; Grumach, AS; Univ Sao Paulo, Brazil PB0839 2 YEAR FOLLW-UP OF HIV VIREMIA IN PATIENTS ON DDI Yerly, S; Kaiser, L; Hirschel, B; Perrin, L; Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland PB14: Antiretroviral Therapy: Non Nucleosides and Protease Inhibitions PB0840 TOLERANCE AND PHARMACOKINETICS OF ORAL FOSCARNET IN HIV SEROPOSITIVES Youle, MS'; Noormohamed, FH'; Higgs, CJ'; Gazzard, BG'; Nelson, M'; Martin-Munley, S2; Lant A FHIV Unit Kobler Centre, UK; 'Astra, USA PB0841 KNI-272: A POTENT HIV PROTEASE INHIBITOR EXHIBITING A FAVORABLE ORAL BIOAVAILABILITY IN BEAGLE DOGS Fukazawa, T'; Takeuchi, N'; Fujisawa, N4; Hattori, N'; Mimoto, T'; Abe, S; Yuki, K2; Kiso, Y'; Tomaszewski, J4; Hayashi, H'; Mitsuya, H4; 'Japan Energy Corporation; 2Panapharm Laboratories; 'Kyoto Pharmaceutical Univ, Japan; 'National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA PB0842 FOSCARNET DECREASES HIV VIREMIA Kaiser L; Perrin, L; Hirschel, B; Olmari, M; Yerly, S; Infectious Dis and Virology, Switzerland PB0843 ANTI-HIV OR -SIV ACTIVITY OF A NEW AMPHOTERICIN-B DERIVATIVE Clayette, P'; Seman, M2; Martin, M'; Cherifi, K'; Pleskoff, 02; Dormont, D'; 'CEA, DSV/DPTE/SSA, France; 2Universiti Paris VII; 'Laboratoires Mayoly-Spindler, France PB0844 ACETAMINOPHEN (A) METABOLISM IN HIV INFECTION Gonzalez, M; Esteban, A; Mora, A; Priego, M; Boix, V; Portilla, J; Perez-Mateo, M; Universitary Hospitals of Alicante and Elche, Spain 197

Page  198 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0845 IMMUNOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HIV INFECTION Khaitov, R; Prokopenko, VD; Sidorovitch, IG; Trubcheninova, LP; Nikolaeva, IA; Papuashvily, MN; Simonova, AV; Ignatjeva, GA; RF Min of Public Health, Russia PB0846 DOSE RANGING STUDY OF PROTEASE INHIBITOR ABT-987 IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Gil-Aguado, A'; Moreno, S2; Rubio, R'5; Danner, S3'; Alcami, J4"; Garcia de Lomas, J4; 'Hosp La Paz; 2Hosp General "Gregorio Maranon", Spain; 'Academic Med Ctr, The Netherlands; 4Hosp Clinico, Valencia; 5Hosp Doce de Octubre, Spain PB0847 ANTIVIRAL RESPONSE TO NEVIRAPINE MONOTHERAPY IN NUCLEOSIDE NAIVE PERSONS de Jong, M; Dutch-Italian-Australian Nevirapine Study Group, NATEC, Netherlands PB0848 A PILOT PHASE I STUDY OF ORAL MONOTHERAPY WITH U-87201E (ATEVIRDINE, ATV) IN LATE STAGE HIV DISEASE Wagner, KF'; Mayers, DL'; Cox, SR2; Batts, DH2; RV-65 Study Group, 'MMCARR; 2UpJohn, USA PB17: Design Evaluation and Ethical Issues of Clinical Trials PB0849 HIV STATUS AND WILLINGNESS TO PARTICIPATE IN HIV VACCINE TRIALS IN RWANDA Lartigue, K; Kantarama, G; Haynes-Saanstad, K; Gasakerume J; Muska, S; Allen, S; Projet San Francisco, Rwanda PB0850 DENTAL COST DISTRIBUTION FOR AIDS PATIENT TREATMENT Najjar, T; Shovlin, F; Chance, K; NJDS, USA PB0851 PB0854 REASONS FOR PARTICIPATING IN CLINICAL TRIALS IN BRAZIL Murta, F'; Schechter, M'; Zajdenverg, R'; Artemenko, S'; Gay, V2; 1 Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 'St Mary's Medical School, UK PB0855 INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT FLOW CYTOMETERS, MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES, TWO AND THREE COLOR LABELLING ON THE CD4 CELL COUNT IN HIV INFECTION Knechten, H; Holmgren, C; Knickmann, M; Ruback, C; Praxiszentrum Blondelstra/3e, Germany PB0856 A TRIAL PROCEDURE ON HIV INFECTED PREGNANT WOMEN Miyazawa, Y; Ogura, Y; Okada, K; Inomata, Y; Tokyo Metropolitan Otsuka Hospital, Japan PB0857 1994 HIV TREATMENT DIRECTORY IN FRANCE: A GENUINE PARTNERSHIP WITH HIV ACTORS Chambon, JF; Ahouanto, M; Landman, R; Cohen, S; Cohen, B; Fontenay, F; Rouzioux, C; ARCAT-SIDA, France NEW METHODOLOGIES FOR CLINICAL TRIALS Cheng, B; Project Inform, USA PB0858 PB0859 PATIENT ADVOCATES AS EXPERTS TO IMPROVE PATIENTS' INFORMATION BEFORE THEY ENROLL IN A CLINICAL TRIAL Fontenay, F'; Dagron, N2; Prestel, T'; Ahouanto, M'; Volny-Anne, A2; Meyer, P4; Rey-Coquais, X'; 'Arcat-Sida; 2Act Up; 'Aides; 4VLS; 'Actions-Traitements, France PB0860 PARTICIPATION OF HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS IN CLINICAL TRIALS: MOTIVATIONS, PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT AND EFFECTS Faucht, N'; Obadia, M'; Bicart-See, A'; Partisani, M2; Lapeyre, M3; Beslay, C3; Auvergnat, JC'; Hopital Purpan; 'Dept of Immuno-Hematology; 'Human Sciences University, France PB0861 ENROLLMENT OF HIV-INFECTED MINORITY WOMEN INTO CLINICAL TRIALS Sheffield, D; Kloser, P; Gill, C; Correll, P; UMDNJ, NJ Med School; USA DETERMINANTS OF LEVELS OF COMPLIANCE IN PATIENTS ENROLLED IN A PCP PROPHYLAXIS PROTOCOL (COMMUNITY PROGRAMS FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH ON AIDS (CPCRA) ): BASELINE DATA Besch, CL; Morse, EV; Simon, PM; Bincsik, A; Cefali, F; Connett, J; Child, C; Costanzo, L; Cox, L; Landry, S; Guity, C; Ragland, K; Ropka, M; Louisiana Community AIDS Research Program USA PB0852 HUMAN LEUKOCYTE a-INTERFERON IN CREAM FOR THE TREATMENT OF GENITAL HERPES A PLACEBO-CONTROLLED, DOUBLE-BLIND STUDY Syed, TA'; Lundin, S'; Kahlon, BMM'; Ahmad, SA2; Kahlon, RC2; 'University of Lund, Sweden; 2'University of the Punjab, Pakistan PB0853 COMPREHENSIVE DENTAL CARE FOR AIDS PATIENTS Talib, N; Shovlin, F; Chance, K; NJDS, USA PB0862 A TEAM WORK AGREEMENT BETWEEN INVESTIGATORS, ACTIVISTS AND PWAS TO IMPROVE CLINICAL TRIALS IN FRANCE 2 Lestrade, D'; Chambon, JF'; Dagron, N'; Fontenay, F2; Prestel, T'; Meyer, P4; Rey-Coquais, X5; 'Act Up; 'Arcat-Sida; 'Aides; 4VLS; 'Actions-Traitements, France PB0863 TRAINING IMPACT IN STD/AIDS AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN A THIRD WORLD COUNTRY: BOLIVIA Quit6n, M; Gisbert, M; TES, La Paz, Bolivia 3 198

Page  199 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0864 IMPORTANCE OF HOME ATTENTION AND FOLLOW UP TO SUCCEED IN THERAPEUTIC COMPLIANCE TO CLINICAL TRIALS IN MEXICO CITY: MOBILE UNIT Luna, M'; Martinez, J'; Navarro, S'; Villegas, M'; Garcia, L'; Palacios, M'; Mayar, M'; Valdespino, JL'; Sepulveda, J2; 'INDRE; 2Secretariat of Health, Mexico PB0865 DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR HIV INFECTED WOMEN WITHIN AN INNER CITY HOSPITAL Thomas, G; Flam, R; EL-Sadr, W; et al; Harlem Hospital Center, USA PB18: Traditional and Natural Medicine PB0866 RESTORANI (R) IN HIV-POSITIVE SUBJECTS Banik, UK; Bioscan Cont Inc, Canada PB0867 PRESS COVERAGE OF ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES FOR AIDS: AN UPHILL BATTLE FOR CREDIBILITY Baez Villasenor, J; Munliz, M; Trevinlo, A; Nunlez, S; Silve, S; Montiel, A; del Rio, C; CONASIDA (National AIDS Council), Mexico PB0868 CLINICAL OBSERVATION ON TREATING 112 HIV-AIDS PATIENTS WITH GLYKE Weibo, Lu; et al; China Academy of TCM, China PB0869 USEFULNESS OF PUNICA GRANATUM TO HIV/AIDS PATIENTS IN TANZANIA Gushaha, S'; Lugakingira, ES2; Katarama, F3; Lugakingira, G'; 'District Hospital 2Traditional Medicine Unit; 'Regional Hospital, Tanzania PB0870 BENEFITS OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE FOR HIV/AIDS CARE Ojwok, O; Rwomushana, J; Uganda AIDS Commission, Uganda PB0871 THE SECOND REPORT OF FAVORABLE RESULT IN 50 PEDIATRIC AIDS PATIENTS WITH NATURAL REMEDIES Tani, M'; Matusa, R2; 'Foundation for PEM, Japan; 2Municipal H Constanta, Romania PB0872 LOCAL MEDICINAL HERBS AT VILLAGE LEVEL: A COLLABORATION BETWEEN TRADITIONAL HEALERS/VILLAGERS AND AN NGO Ssenyonga, M; CONCERN, Uganda PB0873 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE OF TREATING STD's WITH TRADITIONAL MEDICINES, LEADING TO TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF HIV/ AIDS Manci, M; NTRADAP, South Africa PB0874 BENEFITS OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE FOR HIV/AIDS CARE J Rwomushana; Ojwok, O; Uganda AIDS Commission, Uganda PB0875 JAROOTS AND HIV/AIDS IN ZAMBIA Chileshe, J; Mutale, BC; JAROOTS, Zambia PB0876 CURCUMIN THERAPY IN HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS INITIALLY INCREASED CD-4 AND CD-8 CELL COUNTS Copeland, R'; Baker, D'; Wilson, H; 'Staying Healthy With HIV, USA PB0877 ACUPUNCTURE & NATURAL ESSENCE THERAPY Komuro, Y; Awashima Toyo Iryo Center, Japan PB0878 ETHNOBOTANICS AND AIDS Accorsi, WR; CNTM-NATC, Brazil PB0879 ROLE OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN HIV INFECTION Shroff, H; Gangakhedkar, R; Tilwe, S; Grant Medical College, India PB0880 OUTCOME ON THE USE OF A CHINESE HERBAL DRUG "MARVEL" ON AIDS PATIENTS IN KENYA Duan, R; Kenya Chinese Medical Center, Kenya PB0881 ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS FOR HIV INFECTION Nesetril, F; ACT-UP New York Alternative & Holistice Cttee, USA PB0882 POTENTIAL ROLE OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE KAMPO MEDICINE (TCM) IN TREATMENT FOR HIV INFECTION Miyamoto, K; Inada, Y; Lange, M; Furukawa, T; Fukuoka Univ, Univ Hospital, Japan; Columbia Univ New York, USA PB0883 REINFORCING SPLEEN AND STOMACH IS KEY THERAPEUTIC METHOD IN TREATING AIDS WITH TCM Gui, Y; Wuhan Sino; Japanese Friendship Hospital, China PB0884 HERB TEA #1 TREATMENT FOR AIDS PATIENTS IN AN AIDS NURSING FACILITY Goh, M; Highbridge Woodycrest Ctr Bronx, USA PB0885 HERBAL MEDICINE SHOWS POTENTIAL EFFECTIVENESS IN PWAs WITH CHRONIC DIARRHEA AND H ZOSTER IN KAMPALA, UGANDA Homsy, J3; Kabatesi, D'; Mubiru, F2; Kwamya, L'; Kalibala, S2; King, R"'; Katabira, E2; 'MSF-CH; 2TASO; 'THETA/THEWA Project Uganda 199

Page  200 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB19: Quality of Life for People Living with HIV/ AIDS PB0886 A COMPARISON OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS AND HEALTHY CONTROLS Jackson, LS; Bukar, JG; Gesundheit, N; Deasy, CA; Genentech, Inc, USA PB0887 DENIAL OF PWAS SEXUAL LIFE AND IMPORTANCE OF CREATING SEXOLOGICAL CONSULTATIONS FOR HIV+ PATIENTS IN PARIS HOSPITALS Dudoret, N1'2; Silvagni, G-O2; 'Hosp-Mondor-Paris; 2Solidarite Plus Association; France PB0888 A PROSPECTIVE COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN EXTERNALLY SITED (HICKMAN LINE), CHEST IMPLANTED (PORT-O-CATH) AND ARM IMPLANTED (PASport) FOR LONG TERM VENOUS ACCESS IN AIDS PATIENTS Tanner, AG; Skinner, CJ; McBride, MO; Harris, JRW; Monson, JRT; Glazer, G; St Mary's Hospital, UK PB0889 ASSESSMENT OF QUESTIONNAIRES IN A QUALITY OF LIFE STUDY Costantini, M2; Serpelloni, G'; Morasso, G2; Parise, M'; Carli, L; Borreani, C'; Bassi, A'; 'SSH ULSS 25, 2Istituto Tumori, Italy PB0890 PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF HIV-INFECTED JAPANESE INDIVIDUALS Konishi, M; Mori, K; Mikasa, K; Sawaki, M; Narita, N; Yoshioka, A; Fujimura, Y; Nara Medical University, Japan PB0891 INDIVIDUALIZED PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC PROGRAM FOR POSITIVE HIV (AIDS) PATIENTS PHASE IV Ardila, EF; Martinez Santa, J; Sandoval Vivas, V; Liga Colombiana de Lucha Contra el SIDA (NGO), Colombia PB0892 ART COALITION Stover, B; Arthur, R; Los Angeles County; Univ of Southern California Medical Center, USA PB0893 THE EFFECT OF HYPERBARIC OXYGENATION (HBO) ON HIV-ASSOCIATED CHRONIC FATIGUE Steinhart, CR; Montoya, I; Kaiser, MR; Mercy Hospital, USA PB0894 THE EFFECT OF MICRONUTRIENT INTAKE ON SURVIVAL IN HIV-1 INFECTION Tang, AM; Graham, NMH; Saah, AJ; Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, USA PB0895 DETECTION OF OCCULT WASTING BY BIA TECHNOLOGY Muurahainen, N'; Kosok, A'; Simon, G'; Lehmann, R'; Kotler, D2; Turner, 3'; 'Graduate Hosp Phila, 'St Lukes Hosp, USA PB24: Hemophilia PB0896 STUDIES ON ANTI-PND ANTIBODIES AGAINST HIV-1 V3 LOOP FOUND IN JAPANESE HEMOPHILIACS Yamanaka, T; Fujimura, Y; Ishimoto, S; Konishi, M; Narita, N; Yoshioka, A; Mimaya, J; Meguro, T; Yamada, K; Watanabe, K; Fukushima, E; Honda, M; Nara Medical University; Japan NH Subcommittee, Japan PB0897 THE STATUS OF NATURAL COAGULATION INHIBITORS IN HEMOPHILIACS WITH HIV INFECTION Saito, M; Siobara, S; Asakura, H; Matsuda, T; Kanazawa University School of Medicine, Japan PB25: Nutrition PB0898 PREVALENCE OF NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES IN PATIENTS WITH HIV-1 INFECTION Tomaka, FL; Cimoch, PJ; Reiter, WM; Keller, RJ; Berger, DS; Piperado, J; Nemechek, PM; Loss, SD; Houghton, RA; Center for Special Immunology, USA PB0899 ZINC AND COPPER LEVELS IN CHILDREN WITH HIV WASTING SYNDROME Soraggi, CN'; Della Negra, M'; Queiroz, W'; Lian, YC'; Amancio, 02; Braga, JP2; Fisberg, M2; 'Inst Infect Emilio Ribas; 2Escola Paulista de Medicina, Brazil PB0900 EFFECTS OF MEGESTROL ACETATE THERAPY UPON BODY COMPOSITION AND SERUM TESTOSTERONE IN AIDS Engelson, ES; Tierney, AR; Pi-Sunyer, FX; Kotler, DP; St Luke's-Roosevelt Hosp, USA PB0901 AIDS AND NUTRITION Sharma, R; Sharma, A; IIT Delhi; Jodhpur University, India PB0902 ALTERATIONS IN HYDRATION IN HIV-INFECTION Babameto, G; Kotler, DP; Burastero, S; Wang, J; Pierson, RN; St Luke's-Roosevelt Hosp, USA PB0903 EFFECT OF A COMBINATION OF GROWTH HORMONE (rhGH) AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I (rhlGF-I) ON THE APPETITE OF HIV-1+PATIENTS (PTS) WITH WEIGHT (WT) LOSS Bukar, JG'; Jackson, L'; Muro, J'; Jenks, BH; Bakst, R; Brodsky, M; Gesundheit, N; 'Genentech, Inc, USA PB0904 NUTRITIONAL PARAMETERS AND IMMUNE STATUS IN A GROUP OF DRUG DEPENDENT MALES WITH HIV INFECTION IN A DIFFERENT CLINICAL STAGE Verani, DA; Andreoni, M; Moggio, G; Salatino, A; de Saraca, M; Ospedale degli Infermi, Italy PB0905 VITAMIN B12 AND FOLATE IN AIDS Bieber, S; Fremont, S; May, T; Sarem, F; Gerard, P; Nicolas, JP; Canton, P; CHU, France 200

Page  201 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0906 NUTRITIONAL STATUS (NS) OF HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Pugliese, P'; Pradier, C'; Caries, M'; Delpech, D2; Bernard, E'; Dellamonica, P'; Hopital L'Archet,2DASS, France PB0907 TREATMENT WITH MEDROXY-PROGESTERON-ACETATE REVERSES WEIGHT LOSS BUT NOT BODY CELL MASS DEPLETION: RESULTS OF BODY-IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS Stute, A2; Poppinger, J'; Spitz, S2; Jaegel Guedes, E'; Jaeger, H'; 'KIS Curatorium for Immundeficiency; 2Caremark, Germany PB0908 A PILOT ITALIAN STUDY WITH MEGESTROL ACETATE (MA) IN AIDS RELATED CACHEXIA Vigano, M; Danise, A; Novati, R; Finazzi, R; Gaiera, G; Lazzarin, A; Scientific Institute HS Raffaele, Italy PB0909 EXPERIENCE WITH NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT IN PATIENTS WITH WASTING SYNDROME IN ADVANCED AIDS Gallegos-Perez, H; Feregrino-Goyos, M; Alvarado Diez, R; Eid Lidt, G; Clinica ISI de Norteamerica, Mexico PB0O910 EFFECTS OF ENTERAL NUTRITION SUPPLEMENTS ON HIV DISEASE Cope, FO'; Hellerstein, M2; et al; 'University of California, San Francisco; 'Ross Laboratories, USA PBO911 NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF HIV NONVERTICALLY INFECTED CHILDREN Strauss, I; Marin, C; Marcu, M; Colentina Hospital, Romania PB0912 RISK FACTORS FOR WASTING IN HIV1 INFECTED PATIENTS Bentata, M; Kerchouni, R; N'Guyen, G; Ferriere, F; Uzzan, B; Krivitzky, A; Modigliani, E; Hopital Avicenne, France PB0913 DEMOGRAPHIC CORRELATES OF MALNUTRITION IN HIV DESEASE Kosok, A'; Muurahainen, N'; Simons, G'; Turner, J'; Kotler, D'; 'Graduate Hosp; 2St Lukes Hosp, USA PB0914 MEETING THE NUTRITION NEEDS OF AN ETHNICALLY DIVERSE POPULATION WITH HIV/AIDS IN A LARGE URBAN SETTING Stricker, JD; Kraak, V; God's Love We Deliver, USA PB0915 THE OPEN HAND: THE EFFECT OF A NUTRITION PROGRAM ON WEIGHT STATUS IN PERSONS WITH SYMPTOMATIC HIV DISEASE Jarvie, J; McMillan, L; Romeyn, M; Project Open Hand, USA PB0916 DETERMINING THE NUTRITION NEEDS OF AN ETHNICALLY DIVERSE URBAN POPULATION WITH HIV/AIDS Kraak, V'; Stricker, JD'; Utermohlen, V2; 'God's Love We Deliver; 'Cornell Univ, USA PB0917 THE ROLE OF NUTRITION ON HIV INFECTION AND AIDS Matulessy, PF; Forina, MP; Asmuni, R; Epidemiology Study Group for Nutrition & Health, Indonesia PB0918 HIV SERO PREVALANCE IN MALNOURISHED CHILDREN AND ESTIMATION OF TRACE ELEMENTS Samuel, MN; Meenakshi, B; Gnanasundaram, S; Rajan, BP; TN Dr MGR Medical University, India PB0919 NUTRITIONAL COFACTORS IN AIDS Shanmugam, S; Kannayiram, A; Rajathi, A, Geeyes Medical Centre, India PB0920 ANTIOXYDATIVE PRINCIPLES OF HIV-PROPHYLAXIS AND HIV-THERAPY Sinichkin, AA; Polyak, AI; Kirsanova, ON; State University, Russia PB26: Care and Counseling PB0921 HOME ADMINISTRATION OF AMPHOTERICIN B Tillman, KR; Santos, M; Lutz, B; Owen Home Infusion, Southern Baptist Hospital; New Orleans Health Department, USA PB0922 ARTERIO-VENOUS FISTULAE FOR CHRONIC VASCULAR ACCESS IN PTS WITH AIDS Greene, JB'; Giangola, G'; Salik, JM'; Walsh, I2; Felice, JA2; Ratkewich, M"2; 'NYU Medical Center; 2NMC Homecare, Inc, USA PB0923 USING NURSING DIAGNOSIS TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PATIENTS INVOLVED IN CLINICAL TRIALS L' Homme, C; Lambert, A; Palardy, D; Payette, Y; Canadian HIV Trials Network, Canada PB0924 NURSING CARE FOR A HIV+ PATIENT WITH GUILLAIN-BARRE SYNDROME (GBS) Koshimizu, K; Hachimura, K; Kabe, K; Yonai, M; Tabuchi, J; Yokohama City Hospital, Japan PB0925 FACTORS PROLONGING HOSPITALIZATION OF AIDS PATIENTS AND COMMON PROBLEMS Umezu, A; Oritsu, R; Yokohama Municipal University School of Medicine Affiliated Hospital, Japan PB0926 PROBLEMS THAT FACE THE HIV/AIDS PATIENTS IN JAPAN Takeuchi, T; Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital, Japan PB0927 ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION WITH PROCESSED SPERM IN HIV-DISCORDANT COUPLES PROSPECTIVE 2 YEAR TRIAL Sonnenberg-Schwan, U; Reuter, U; Jaeger, H; KIS-Curatorium for Immunedeficiency, Germany 201

Page  202 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0928 COUNSELING AND TESTING: A NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR HIV/ AIDS PREVENTION Lago, R; Rodrigues, L; Sereno, A; Lauria, L; Teixeira, P; Walker, R; Ministry of Health, Brazil PB0929 COMPREHENSIVE GUIDELINES FOR PROVIDERS OF HIV CARE Andrews, L; Broisman, L; Crowe, H; Novick, L; Ross, J; Spencer, M; Klimek, J; Hartford Hospital, USA PB0930 EXPERIENCE IN A DAY-CARE UNIT FOR HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Polo, R; Verdejo, J; Mendez, E; Blasco, C; Barrera, M; Martinez, ML; Gonzalez-Lahoz, JM; CIC Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain PB0931 CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN INTRA-VENOUS DRUG USERS Minola, E; Arici, C; Finazzi, MG; Gavazzeni, G; Minelli, L; Quinzan, GP; Rizzi, M; Ospedali Riuniti, Italy PB0932 NOTIFICATION AND COUNSELING-TWO CASES OF HEMOPHILIA A PATIENTS Murata, R'; Miura, T'; Hanabusa, H2; 'Haga Red Cross Hospital, 'Ogikubo Hospital, Japan PB0933 HOME CARE IN CHILDREN WITH HIV INFECTION Bernardi, S; Castelli, G; Mastrilli, F; Scaccia, S; Ferri, M; Krzysztofiak, A; Visco, V; Elia, L; Guzzanti, E; Bambino Gest1 Children Hospital, Italy PB0934 LIFE-TIME OF AIDS PATIENTS IN RUSSIA Yurin, O; Kravchenko, A; Gorbachova, E; Odinokova, I; Pokrovsky, VV; Russia AIDS Centre, Russia PB0935 MENTAL HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION OF ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER MEN WITH HIV IN SAN FRANCISCO Nakajima, GA; Kono, R; Katz, M; Liu, J; O'Malley, P; UCLA; Dept. Public Health San Francisco, Asian/Pacific AIDS Coalition, USA PB0936 SUCCESS OF INDIA'S FIRST ANONYMOUS HIV TESTING CENTRE Shirgopikar, N'; Gilada, I'; Bothra, R2; 'Indian Health Organisation, India; 'Indian AIDS Foundation, USA PB0937 HOMOSEXUAL MEN WITH HIV INFECTIONIN FLANDERS: HOW THEY APPRECIATE THEIR PHYSICIANS Revntiens, P'; De Vuyst, H2; Suys, F'; Peeters, R3; Colebunders, R2; 'Witte, Raven; 2 Instilute of Tropical Medicine; 'University of Antwerp Belgium PB0938 A BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP DECREASES DISTRESS IN HIV INFECTED GAY MEN Goodkin, K; Blaney, NT; Feaster, D; Burkhalter, J; Leeds, B; Tuttle, R; Fletcher, MA; Univ of Miami School of Med, USA PB0939 ADDRESSING THE REHABILITATIVE NEEDS OF PEOPLE WITH HIV DISEASE: A CALL FOR ACTION Chan, RSK; Ilaria, G; Jacobs, J; The New York Hospital, USA PB0940 NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS (NI) IN AIDS PATIENTS (PTS) Yangco, BG; Ricchezza, CE; Cancela, JA; Aadland, RA; St Joseph's Hospital, USA PB0941 FOLLOW UP OF COMPOUND ELS TO HIV/AIDS PATIENTS IN TANZANIA Lugakingira, ES'; Barongo, L2; Katarama, F3; Kaswamila, S4; 'Traditional Medicine Unit Ukerewe; 'National Institute for Medical Research Mwanza; 'Regional Hospital Mwanza; 'District Hospital Ukerewe, Tanzania PB0942 JAPANESE NURSES' PERCEPTION TOWARD HIV/AIDS PATIENT CARE Katada, N; et al; Japanese Nursing Association, Japan PB0943 PILOT TRANSITIONAL RESIDENCE FOR CHILDREN WITH HIV/AIDS Neumann, E; FEBEM-RS, Brazil PB0944 PEER EDUCATORS IN COUNSELLING ACTIVITIES IN YAOUNDE (CAMEROON) Betima, J'; Romocki, LS'; Monny, L'; Foumena, JC'; O'Dell, V'; Tita, I2'; 'National AIDS Control Program,; 'GTZ AIDS Control Project; 'AIDSCAP, Cameroon PB0945 COUNSELLING AS A SUPPORTIVE THERAPY FOR HIV PATIENTS Ashok, S; Deepam Educational Society for Health (DESH), India PB0946 THE INTEGRATION OF A COUNSELLING SERVICE WITH THE BLOOD TRANSFUSION SERVICE IN BRAZZAVILLE, CONGO Peko, JF'; Mukaka, J'; M'Pele, P'; 1SidAlerte/Congo; 'PNLS; 'CHU Brazzaville, Congo PB27: Management and Care PB0947 HOME CARE FOR ITALIAN PWAs A THREE YEAR ASSESSMENT Bosco, 0'; Serpelloni, G'; Donini, S'; Perini, GP'; Lovati, R2; 'Sezione di Screening HIV ULSS 25; 'Cooperativa Azalea, Italy PB0948 TINA'S HOUSE PROJECT: A MODEL OF HOSPICE CARE FOR TERMINALLY ILL AIDS PATIENTS IN MEXICO Vallejo, O; Lopez, E; Tansey, R; Tina's House Foundation, Mexico 202

Page  203 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0949 HOME CARE FOR AIDS PATIENTS IN SPAIN Sanchez, A; Gonzalez, I; Pedrosa, C; Martin-Mingorance, JA; Quiros, E; Cabezas, T; Orovitg, F; Folgado, J; Red Cross, Valencia; Microbiology, Gynecology and STD Center of Granada, Spain PB0950 ADAPTING GPA GUIDELINES FOR THE CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF HIV INFECTION TO NATIONAL USE AN EVALUATION OF THE OUTCOME Margolis, CZ'; Wabitsch, R2; Ben-Gurion University, Israel; 2WHO Geneva, Switzerland PB0951 CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF HEPATIC BIOPSIES IN AIDS Lima, BD'; Jurado, E2; Pinho, P'; Moreira, P'; Paiva, D'; 'State University of Rio de Janeiro; 2Health Ministry, Brazil PB0952 CLINICAL MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES FOR HIV INFECTION IN THE CARIBBEAN Roach, TC; Caribbean Regional Epidemiology Centre, Trinidad PB0953 CHLORINE DIOXIDE STERILIZATION OF RED BLOOD CELLS FOR TRANSFUSION, ADDITIONAL STUDIES Rubinstein, A'; Chanh, T2; Rubinstein, DB'; 'University of Southern California; 'Southwest Foundation,; 'Boston Univ, USA PB0954 MANAGEMENT OF A LARGE COMMUNITY BASED CLINICAL TRIALS MODEL Al-Hashimi, LK; Wisconsin Community-Based Research Consortium (WCRC), USA PB0955 STANDARDIZING HIV/AIDS CLINICAL MANAGEMENT Rwomushana, J; Ojwok, O; Uganda AIDS Commission, Uganda PB0956 TAILORING HIV CARE TO COMMUNITY NEEDS: THE HARLEM HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE Pamphile, RE; Flam, R; EI-Sadr, W; Harlem Hospital Center, USA PB0957 REFLEXOLOGY-A RELAXATION EXERCISE FOR AIDS PATIENTS-RAKAI DISTRICT Naluyange, M; Ssemukasa, M; Brehony, E; CONCERN, Uganda PB0958 HIV DISEASE IN INTENSIVE CARE-AN INDIAN EXPERIENCE Kulkarni, SD; Chawla, KP; Jaindani, PG; Soman, SS; Karnik, ND; Gogate, AS; LTMG Hospital, India PB0959 THE IMPACT OF HIV INFECTION ON CLINICAL LABORATORY SERVICES AND PATIENTS CARE IN SUB SAHARAN AFRICA Musonda, RM; Tropical Diseases Research Centre, Zambia PB0960 A META-T CELL APPROACH: TRAINING MEDICAL STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS IN OUTPATIENT HIV CARE Gurfolino, V; Tanur, M; Bennett, T; Bonnano, J; Calame, C; Perryman S; Martin, G; Trinity Hospice of Greater Boston, USA PB0961 PHYSICIAN AGREEMENT WITH RECOMMENDED THERAPEUTIC GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF HIV DISEASE Sestak, P; Donald, KJ; Hogg, RS; Craib, K JP; Strathdee, SA; O'Shaughnessy, MV; Montaner, J SG; St Paul's Hospital, Canada PB0962 INFORMATION NETWORK ON TREATMENTS TRAINING AND CARE FOR AFRICAN PATIENTS Brucker, G; SIDAFRIQUE, France PB0963 A NEEDLELESS INTRAVEINOUS SYSTEM FOR BLOOD DRAW Descamps, J-M; Bortolotti, V; Damade, R; Fleury, L; Rouveix, E; Verdon, R; Bouvet, E; H6pital BICHAT, France PB0964 STRENGTHENING AIDS CASE SURVEILLANCE IN INDIA Khodakevich, L'; Meshram, D2; Sengupta D', 'WHO/GPA-India; 'Christian Medical Association of India; 'Ministry of Health, Government of India, India PB0965 WOMEN AS CARETAKERS Ssentongo, R; Sharpe, U; Nanteza, C; Kitovu Hospital, Uganda PB0966 INTENTIONALLY HASTENED DEATH IN AIDS-ROLE OF CAREGIVING PARTNERS Cooke, M; Gourlay, L; Collette, L; Boccellari, A; Chesney, M; Folkman, S; University of California, San Francisco, USA PB0967 INCIDENCE OF HIV NEEDLESTICK ACCIDENT IN HEALTH CARE WORKERS AND FAMILY MEMBERS OF HEMOPHILIACS ON HOME INFUSION THERAPY Inagaki, M; Nagao, T; Kawasaki, N; Shirahata, S; National Children's Medical Research Center, Japan PB0968 MEDICAL PERSONNEL AT HIV/AIDS RISK: THE CASE STUDY OF HOSPITAL SAFETY FACILITIES AT MUHIMBILI Maganga, NA, Tanzania PB0969 CARING FOR PWA: THE FAMILY CARE GIVERS' EXPERIENCE Katabira, E'; Kaleeba, N'; Sebbanja, P'; Okurut, N'; Kaseje, M2; Anderson, 52; Tembo, G2; Marum, E'; 'TASO, 2GPA/ WHO; 'CDC/USAID, Uganda PB0970 HOME CARE FOR PWA'S: INVOLVING THE FAMILY AS A BETTER ALTERNATIVE TO INSTITUTIONS AMONG SPANISH-SPEAKING COMMUNITIES Uribe, P; Hernindez, G; del Rio, C; Pelayo, B; Ortiz, V; Panebianco, S; de Caso, LE, CONASIDA (National AIDS Council), Mexico 203

Page  204 TRACK B: Clinical Science and Care PB0971 THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES COORDINATION FOR PWAs AND THEIR FAMILIES IN THAILAND Thanprasertsuk, S'; Chantcharas, P'; Rerks-ngarm, S'; Paowanaporn, V'; Samitrakasaetrin, S'; Kraus, SJ2; 'Ministry of Public Health; 2World Health Organization, Thailand PB0972 CHILDREN ORPHANED BY AIDS: PROVIDING HOMES FOR A MOST VULNERABLE POPULATION Cameron, T; Cornell Univ, USA 204

Page  205 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PCO5: HIV/AIDS among Various Subpopulations PC0324 ANONYMOUS BUT LINKED HIV TESTING OF MALE PRISONERS IN CONNECTICUT Mostasharif, F; Altice, FL; Singh, R; Selwyn, PA; Yale University AIDS Program, USA PC0325 AIDS AMONG ASIANS & PACIFIC ISLANDERS (A/PI) REPORTED IN THE USA Metier, R; Hu, DJ; Fleming, PL; Ward, JW; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), USA PC0326 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF AIDS IN ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDERS IN LOS ANGELES Cheng, K-J; Lee, M; Sorvillo, F; Lieb, L; Kerndt, P; HIV Epidemiology Program, USA PC0327 UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS WITH HIV INFECTION IN NEW YORK CITY: A PROGRAM REPORT Sheran, M; Torres, R; Torres, S; Green, M; Baney, M; St Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center of New York, USA PC0328 DESCRIPTIVE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV IN AFRICANS IN LONDON Low, N; Taylor, C; Clark, R; Pozniak, A; King's College Hospital, UK PC0329 PRESENTATION OF AIDS IN AFRICANS IN SOUTH LONDON O'Farrel, N'; Lau, R2; Yoganathan, K'; Pozniak, A'; Griffin, G2; 1Guy's & St Thomas'; 2St George's; 'King's Hospitals, UK PC0330 PREVALENCE AND DETERMINANTS OF STD/HIV IN AN URBAN MIGRANT POPULATION Jain, D'; Sahgal, K; Bhalla, P; van Dam, CJ; 'Deptt of Preventive and Social Medicine; Maulana Azad Medical College, India PC0331 AIDS & SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR OF GARBAGE COLLECTORS IN EGYPT Hasan, MA; Farag, AB; Mickail, DB; Arab International Center for Fighting Against AIDS, Egypt PC0332 PREVALENCE OF HIV INFECTION AND AIDS BEHAVIORAL RISK AMONG PORT WORKERS IN SANTOS, BRAZIL Lacerda, R, M'; Tellini, R'; Ruiz, M; Troiani, A'; Stall, R2; Hearst, N2; 'Nucleo de Educacao e Prevencao as DST/ AIDS, Brazil; 'University of California, San Francisco, USA PC0333 CHANGING PRESENTATION OF HIV IN A RURAL POPULATION FROM THE SOUTHEASTERN USA Katner, HP; Smith, MU; Whyte, BM; Stephens, JL; Mercer University, USA PC0334 AIDS ALSO LIVES ON THE FARM Ayala Leal, S; Liga Colombiana de Lucha Contra el SIDA (NGO), Colombia PC0335 ALCOHOL-RELATED FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH HIV INFECTION AMONG ALCOHOLICS Boscarino, JA; Avins, AL; Woods, WJ; Lindan, CP; Clark, W; Hulley, SB; Hudes, ES; University of California, San Francisco, USA PC0336 HIV INFECTION AND VIOLENT DEATH (HOMICIDES/SUICIDES) CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA 1990-1993 Reardon, J; Wise, F; Hart, J; Keilch, R; Warren, N; Brunner, W; Ruiz, J; Contra Costa County, USA PC0337 HIV SEROPREVALENCE AMONG PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS IN TOKYO Igarashi, Y'; Horita, N2; Mizutani, Y'; Hieda, M'; Kaneko, T'; 'Tokyo Metropolitan Matsuzawa Hospital; 2Tokyo Metropolitan Mental Health Center, Japan PC0338 IMPACT OF THE HIV/AIDS INFECTION ON SPANISH HOSPITALS A SEQUENTIAL CROSS-SECTIONAL PREVALENCE STUDY Viciana, P; Sanchez-Mora, D; Jurado, R; Pujol, E; Colmenero, MA; Diez, F; Andalousian Infectious Diseases Group (GAEI), Spain PC0339 HETEROSEXUALLY INFECTED HIV PATIENTS IN TEN HOSPITALS IN THE PARIS REGION Bourdillon, F; Bez, G; Ministere des Affaires Sociales, France PC0340 CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV INFECTION IN THE FOLLOW UP STUDY IN THE TOKYO JAPAN METROPOLITAN AREA Matsumoto, T; Shiokawa, Y; Shimada, K; Negishi, M; Matsuda, J; Mizogami, M; Oosato, K; Hamashima, N; Sakurai, Y; HIV Epidemiology Research Committee of the MHW, Japan PC0341 FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR COHORT DEVELOPMENT IN REGULAR THAI ARMY SOLDIERS; LABORATORY STUDIES Chuenchitra, C; et al; Royal Thai Army-US Army HIV Research Collaboration; AFRIMS, Thailand PC0342 RISK FACTORS RELATED TO HIV IN THE INDIGENOUS POPULATION OF THE GUATEMALAN ARMY Flores, LE; Arathoon, EG; AGPCS, Guatemala PC0343 BEHAVIOR PATTERNS OF HIV/AIDS TRANSMISSION IN THE MILITARY IN EL SALVADOR Wollants, ES; Schoenenberg, M; Concepcion, F; Shor-Posner, G; Baum, MK; Central Military Hospital, EL Salvador; University of Miami School of Medicine, USA 205

Page  206 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0344 CORRELATES OF HIV-1 INFECTION RATES IN MILITARY RECRUITS IN UGANDA Mugerwa, RD'; Mugerwa, MJ'; Vjecha, M'; Muhumuza, E2; Musinguzi, A2; Mbonye, B2; Hom, D'; Day-Lally, C3; Ellner, JJ'; 'Makerere University, Uganda; 2Joint Clinical Research Centre, Uganda; 'Case Western Reserve University, USA PC0345 PROMOTING SAFE BEHAVIOUR IN PRISONS: A PROGRAM DIRECTED AT DETAINEES AND PRISON STAFF de Jongh-Wieth, FE; Schepp-Beelen, JCHM; GGD-City Health Department, The Hague, Netherlands PC0346 KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE TO HIV/AIDS IN HUNGARIAN GARRISONS AND PRISONS Gerlel, Z; Szlivik, J; BAnhegyi, D; Miskovits, E; LAszl6 Hosp, Hungary PC0347 CONTROLLING HIV/AIDS IN AFRICAN PRISONS Simooya, OO; Copperbelt-University, Zambia PC0348 ESTABLISHING A PROGRAM TO PROVIDE APPROPRIATE INFORMATION AND HEALTH CARE TO PRISONERS IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL Hanan, J LL'; Morais De SA, CA'; Biondi, EJ2; 'Hosp Universitrio Gaffree e Guinle; Univ of Rio de Janeiro; 2Justice Secretary of Rio de Janeiro State, Health Care Program, Brazil PC0349 BLEEDING INJURIES IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL: IMPLICATIONS REGARDING HIV TRANSMISSION Brown, LS; Drotman, P; Chu, A; Adddiction Research and Treatment Corporation (ARTC), USA PC0350 HIV-1 IN PATIENTS WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE IN ZAMBIA Mbewe, AL; UTH, Zambia PC08: Epidemiological Issues of Commercial Sex Workers and Their Clients PC0351 STDS AND HIV INFECTION IN CNWs OF PUNE, INDIA Mehendale, S'; Rodrigues, JJ'; Gangakhedkar, R'; Divekar, A'; Mawar, N'; Paranjape, R'; Quinn, T2; Bollinger, R2; 'NARI, India; 2JHU, USA PC0353 STDs PREVALENCES AMONG FCSW FROM MEXICO CITY: A POPULATION BASED STUDY Uribe, F'; Herndndez-Avila, M'; Conde, C'; Ju~rez, L'; Uribe, P2; Del Rio, C2; De Zalduondo, B3; 'INSP, Mexico; 2CONASIDA, Mexico; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA PC0354 CENSUS OF COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS (CSWs) IN SANTOS CITY, BRAZIL Gravato, N'; Tellini, R'; Lacerda, R'; Martins, D2; Linhares, A'; Brito, GS3; Fernandes, MEL3; et Cols; 'Santos Municipal Dept of Health; 2University of Sao Paulo; 'AIDSCAP/Brazil-Family Health International, Brazil PC0355 A SYPHILIS AND HIV STUDY COHORT OF MALE STREET SEX WORKERS Grandi, JL; Ferreira, A; Santos, S; Goihman, S; IAL Study Group; Reference And Training Center / AIDS, Brazil PC0356 PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS AMONG PROFESSIONAL SEX WORKERS IN B HORIZONTE, BRAZIL Tupinambas, U; Jeronymo, M; Oliveira, E; Fonseca, J; Oliveira, M; Greco, DB; Minas Gerais AIDS Vaccine Center, UFMG, Brazil PC0357 PREVALENCE OF HIV 1 AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN RIO DE JANEIRO DeLorenzi, A; Nogueira, SA; Lessa, VM; Thurel, LC; FIOCRUX/HUCFF, Brazil PC0358 FEMALE SEX WORK IN BRAZIL: RISK AND PREVALENCE Andrade-Neto, JL; Hospital De Clinicas, Brazil PC0359 SEROPREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR HIV INFECTION AMONG PROSTITUTES IN CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA Navas, C'; Boshell, J 2; Mendoza, K'; Gonzalez, M 2; Pena, W3; 'Universidad de Cartagena; 2nstituto Nacional de Salud; 'Servicio Seccional de Salud Bolivar, Colombia PC0361 PREVALENCE OF STD ANTIBODIES OF JAPANESE FEMALE COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS FROM 1983 TO 1993 IN OSAKA Osato, K; Matsubayashi, T; Nagao, T; Inuzumi, K; Araki, H; Kawai, K; Osaka Prefectural Bandai Clinic for STD, Japan PC0362 SOCIAL BACKGROUNDS AND SEXUAL BEHAVIORS OF FOREIGN FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN JAPAN Kihara, M'; Kihara, M2; Nakahara, T'; Uchino, H4; Imai, M'; Soda, K2; 'Yokohama City Univ Sch of Med; 2Kanagawa Cancer Ctr Res Inst; 'Inst of Public Health; 4Komoro Public Health Center; 'Kanagawa Prefectural Public Health Lab, Japan PC0363 A KAB STUDY ABOUT HIV-AIDS AMONGST FEMALE PROSTITUTES IN DETENTION CENTERS IN FOUR CITIES OF CHINA Zhang, K-L; Tang, WH; Peking Union Medical College, China PC0364 GONORRHOEA PREVALANCE AMONG SINGAPORE SEX WORKERS IS ASSOCIATED WITH METHOD OF BROTHEL REIMBURSEMENT Archibald, CP; Chan, RKW; Yap, CK; Goh, CL; National University of Singapore, Singapore 206

Page  207 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0365 INCIDENCE OF HIV-1 SUBTYPE E IN A COHORT OF FEMALE PROSTITUTES IN NORTHERN THAILAND Limpakarnjanarat, K'; Mastro, TD",2; Saisorn, S'; Young, NL"2; Kunjara-na-ayudya, R'; Korattana, S'; Weniger, BG2; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 2CDC, USA; 'Provincial Health Office, Thailand PC0366 SERO-SURVEILLANCE FOR HIV p24 ANTIGEN IN HIGH RISK NORTHERN THAI ADULTS Narpratan, C'; Kunawararak, P'; Beyrer, C2; Palapunya, P'; Niraroot, W'; 'Royal Thai Ministry of Public Health, Thailand; 2Johns Hopkins University, USA PC0367 HIV INFECTION AMONGST COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS (CSW) OF CALCUTTA: A PERIOD OF 3 YEARS STUDY Paul, S; Chakrabarty, S; Chakrabarti, T; Chakrabarty, MS; School of Tropical Medicine, India PC0368 TRANSMISSION AND PREVALENCE OF HIV IN BOMBAY-INDIA Salunke, SR; Govt of Maharashtra, India PC0369 SEX WORKERS OF SURAT: AN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY Bhattacharya, RD; Raval, S; Sangeeta; GAP, SIRMCE, India PC0370 INTERVENTION WITH SEX WORKERS AND CLIENTS IN AREAS OF CHENGAI Asirvatham, E; Christy, A; Usharani, K; Elizebeth; Stephens, EJ; ARWP, India PC0371 FACTORS AFFECTING CONTROL OF AIDS IN NIGERIA Gill, HS; Mohammed, SZ; Bayero University, Nigeria PC0372 AIDS AND PROSTITUTES IN KINSHASA: IS THE SITUATION BECOMING WORSE? Mayala, M; Nzila, N; Tuliza, M; Projet SIDA, Zaire PC10: Blood Transfusion/ Coagulation Factor (Epidemiology, Prevention and Safety) PC0373 PREVALENCE OF ANTI-HIV, P24 ANTIGEN AND OTHER MARKERS IN BLOOD DONORS Kamtorn, N'; Mundee, Y'; Chaiyaphruk, S'; Nanthachit, N'; Ness, P2; Nelson, KE2; 'Chiang Mai University, Thailand; 2Johns Hopkins University, USA PC0374 NATURAL HISTORY OF HIV-1 INFECTED PATIENTS IN JAPAN Mimaya, J; Meguro, T; Tatsunami, S; Fujimura, Y; Takamatsu, J; Fukutake, K; Yanagawa, H; Ministry of Health and Welfare for the Prevention and Treatment of HIV Infectrons Japan PC0375 INCREASED BLOOD SAFETY BY SCREENING BLOOD DONORS Mainuka, P'; Kataaha, P'; Kipp, W2; 'Uganda Blood Transfusion Service; 'Deutsche Gesellsch f Tech Zusammenarb (GTZ), Uganda PC0376 RESULTS OF A NATIONWIDE LOOK-BACK ON TRANSFUSION-ASSOCIATED HIV-INFECTIONS IN SWITZERLAND Zwahlen, M'; Bosshard, H'; Frey-Wettstein, M'; Kammerlander, R'; Marti, B'; Somaini, B'; 'Swiss Federal Office of Public Health; 2Swiss Red Cross, 'ISPM, Switzerland PC0377 ESTIMATION OF THE NUMBER OF HIV-POSITIVI SUBJECTS AND PREDICTION OF FUTURE TRANSFUSION-ASSOCIATED AIDS CASES IN ITALY Cascioli, R; Arcieri, R; Bellocco, R; Schinaia, N; Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Italy PC0378 LONG TERM SYMPTOMLESS HIV POSITIVE BLOOD TRANSFUSION RECIPIENTS Learmont, J'; Sullivan, J'; Gerrard, J2; 'Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service; 'Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Australia PC0380 HIV & HBsAg IN TRANSFUSED PATIENTS WITH SICKLE CELL ANAEMIA (SCA) IN LAGOS NIGERIA Animashaun, R; Akinsete, I; Njoku, O; Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria HBV AND HCV SEROLOGY IN ITALIAN HIV+ AND HIVHAEMOPHILIACS Cecconi, N'; Carducci, A'; Scasso, A2; Panicucci, F1; 'University of Pisa; 'Hospital of Pisa, Italy PC0381 PC0382 PERIODS FROM AIDS ONSET TO DEATH IN JAPANESE HEMOPHILIA PATIENTS INFECTED WITH HIV-1 Tatsunami, S'; Meguro, T'; Mimaya, J'; Yamada, K'; Yago, N'; 'St Marianna Univ; 2Children's Hospital of Shizuoka Pref, Japan PC0383 HIV ISOLATION MAY NOT CORRELATE WITH CLINICAL STATE OR IMMUNOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF RESPECTIVE HIV INFECTED PATIENTS Urano, H; Ariyoshi, N; Shirahata, A; Univ of Occupational and Environmental Health Japan, Japan PC0384 HAEMOPHILIA AND HIV INFECTION IN HONG KONG Lee, SS; Wong, KH; Dickinson, AJ; Hong Kong Government, Hong Kong PC0385 HIGH VERSUS ULTRA-HIGH PURITY FACTOR VIII CONCENTRATE THERAPY: PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF IMMUNOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL PARAMETERS IN HIV (-) AND HIV (+) HEMOPHILIACS Barzilai, A; Varon, D; Schulman, S; Dardik, R; Bashari, D; Martinowitz, U; The National Hemophilia Center, Israel 207

Page  208 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0386 BLOOD TRANSFUSION INDUCED IMMUNODEFICIENCY AND AIDS IN HAEMOPHILIA Guerra, AM; Centro Medico La Raza IMSS, Mexico PC0387 TOWARDS INCREASING BLOOD SAFETY Bharucha, ZS; Reporter, RM; D'mello, L; Tata Memorial Hospital, India PC0389 METHODOLOGY TO PREVENT BLOOD RELATED HIV TRANSMISSION: PROFESSIONAL DONORS IDENTITY Ramanathan, RR; Raminathan, AR; Rayan, JA; Manimangalam, JS; Meenatchisundaram, PM; Ramanathan, SR; CAPE Manali, India PC0391 PREVALENCE OF HIV INFECTION AMONG BLOOD DONORS IN ISTANBUL, TURKEY Yilmaz, G; Turkoglu, S; Iik, N; Badur, S; Aksu, Y; Aker, E; Istanbul Faculty of Medicine Turkey PC0392 EVOLUTION OF HIV SEROPREVALENCE AMONG BLOOD DONORS AT THE GENERAL HOSPITAL OF YAOUNDE Tapko, JB; Kouinche, A; Kamdem, T; General Hospital of Yaounde, Cameroon PC0393 VOLUNTARY AND BENEVOLE BLOOD DONATION IN LOW HIV RISK GROUPS THE EXPERIENCE WITH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN CAMEROON Mbozo'o Edjongolo, N'; Monny Lobe, M2; Nkoa She, C'; 'Orgarization of blood donors in Cameroon; 2Blood Transfusion Yaound Central Hospital; 'Cameroon Red Cross, Cameroon PC0394 IMPACT OF PREVENTION ON BLOOD TRANSMISSION Garcia, ML; Valdespino, JL; Salcedo, A; del Rio, A; Sotelo, A; Magis, C; Sepulveda, J; INDRE, SCD, Secretariat of Health, Mexico PC0395 SEROPREVALENCE OF HIV, HBV AND SYPHILIS AMONG BLOOD DONORS IN A SLUM-BASED HOSPITAL OF RIO DE JANEIRO Pilotto, J; Veloso, V; Grinsztejn, B; Lima, Ma; Joao, E; Monteiro, M; Costa, R General Hospital of Nova Iguacu, Brazil PC0396 SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM TO DECREASE THE HIV POSITIVITY AMONG BLOOD DONORS IN ROSARIO, ARGENTINA FernAndez, E; Taborda, M; Galante, N; de Rueda, M; Viglianco, R; Fay, O; National University of Rosario, Argentina PC0397 INCIDENCE OF POST TRANSFUSION HIV INFECTION; EFFECT OF ANTI-HIV SCREENING OF VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONORS IN JAPAN Osada, K; Shimizu, M; Nishioka, K; Tokyo Women's Medical College, Japan PC0398 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS) TO MONITOR EUROPEAN COMMISSION SUPPORTED SAFE BLOOD INITIATIVES Rao, P'; Nieto, J'; Fransen, L2; 'AIDS Task Force; 2European Commission, Belgium PC12: Epidemiological Issues of Children and Adolescents PCO400 HIV SEROCONVERSION AMONG YOUNG CANADIAN ADULTS BEFORE AND AFTER AN INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM: 1990-1993 Morisset, R'; Czyziw, E',2; Agbaba, 0'; Ghadirian, P'; 'HOtel-Dieu de Montreal; 2Sant Publique en Monteregie, Canada PCO401 SEXUAL TRANSMISSION OF HIV INFECTION IN CHILDREN (<13 YEARS OLD) REPORTED WITH AIDS, USA Hanson, IC2; Lindegren, ML'; Hammett, T'; Fleming, P'; participating state health dept staff; 'CDC; 2Baylor, USA PC0402 ADOLESCENT CONTRACEPTIVE COUNSELING BY PEDIATRICIANS Beatty, M; Lewis, J; University of Connecticut, USA PC0403 AN EXPERIMENT IN SEXUAL EDUCATION AND PREVENTION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL Servant, A-M'; Thomas, P2; Szejman, A2; Montfort, M3; Paris, P'; 'Ministry of Health (AFLS); 2Mairie d'Argenteuil; 'Education Nationale, France PC0404 PROMOTING SAFE BEHAVIOUR: SIMULATING ENCOUNTERS AND THE SPREAD OF HIV de Wildt, GR; Frencken, HR; van Rens, LEM; Buckers, MJF; de Jongh-Wieth, FE; GGD-City Health Department, The Hague, Netherlands PC0405 UNDERPRIVILEGED YOUTH AND HIV RISK AFTER EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION Andrade, J'; Coelho, DF'; Oliveira, L'; Ruff, A'; Halsey, N2; Antunes, C; Greco, DB; 'Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA PC0406 STUDY AMONG PUBLIC ADOLESCENT STUDENTS IN SAO PAULO Miranda, SD'; Linhares, IM'; Fonseca, AM; Pinotti, JA'; 'Medical School, Sao Paulo University, SP, Brazil PC0407 SEXUAL EDUCATION AND HIV/AIDS PREVENTION OF ADOLESCENTS IN ARGENTINA Pagani, L; Re, MI; Bianco, M; FundaciOn para Estudio e InvestigaciOn de la Mujer FEIM, Argentina PC0408 EVALUATION OF 6 MONTHS PROJECT -AIDS EDUCATION AND PREVENTION FOR YOUTH OF SCHOOL AGE- MBALE, UGANDA Adams, M; Clemence, J; ACET, UK 208

Page  209 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention AIDS PREVENTION STRATEGY TARGETED ADOLESCENTS IN RWANDA Ndibeshye, T; Butera, JB; Kone, M; AIDS NCP; WHO/ GPA, Rwanda PCO AIDS EDUCATION EXPERIENCES AMONGST THE YOUTH IN ZIMBABWE: EXPERIENCES FROM ZIMBABWE Hatendi, F; Adult Health Educator, Zimbabwe 410 PC14: HIV/AIDS Issues in Health Care Settings PC0421 PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF HCW OF A MEDICAL CENTER WITH ACCIDENTAL EXPOSURE TO PATIENTS INFECTED WITH HIV -1 Barriga, GA; Castillo, TN; Fajardo, VR; Hospital 1Al Infectologia CMR, Mexico I pAlI I PC0412 UNEMPLOYED YOUTH: UNTAPPED RESOURCE FOR COMMUNITY AIDS EDUCATION IN ZIMBABWE McCleary, S; Mupomwi, P; Alexander, J2; Sogunro, R2; 'Family AIDS Caring Trust, Zimbabwe; 2Plan International, USA PC0413 AIDS PREVENTION AMONG ADOLESCENTS: AN INTERVENTION STUDY IN NORTHEAST THAILAND Thongkrajai, E; et al; Khon Kaen University, Thailand PC0414 RUNAWAY/HOMELESS STREET YOUTH IN DENVER, NEW YORK, AND SAN FRANCISCO: DETERMINANTS OF HIGH RISK BEHAVIOR Watters, JK; Molnar, BE; Booth, RE'; Kral, AH; University of California, San Francisco; 'University of Colorado, USA PC0415 THE AMMOR STREET KIDS COHORT: WINDOW ON EPIDEMIOLOGY IN THIS POPULATION Adams, I, K'; Martins, RF'; Campos, MA"2; Paiva, JV'; 'AMMOR-Atendimento Medico aos Meninos de Rua; 2Fed Univ Minas Gerais, Brazil PC0416 STREET YOUTH AT A HIGH HIV RISK IN BRAZIL: COHORT STUDIES Andrade, J'; Ottoni, M'; Jeronymo, M'; Greco, DB'; Ruff, A2; Halsey, N2; Antunes, C'; 'Federal University of Minas Gerais; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA PC0417 FEMALE STREET YOUTHS: SOCIAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED TO BEHAVIORAL RISKS FOR HIV INFECTION Campos, R; Greco, M; Ude, W; Machado, A; Raffaelli, M; Campos, MA; Greco, DB; Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil-State University of New Jersey RUTGERS, USA PC0418 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN HIV KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES IN BRAZILIAN STREET YOUTH Paiva, J VM'; Campos, MA'; Pinto, J'; Adams, I'; Halsey, N2; Ruff, A2; Greco, DB'; 'Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil; 2'Johns Hopkins University, USA PC0419 STD PREVALENCE IN GUATEMALAN STREET CHILDREN Sol6rzano, E; Jacome, L; AGPCS, Guatemala PC0420 STD/HIV AMONG CHILDREN ASSOCIATED WITH WAR Stevens, T; Kosia, A; Kargbo, A; Connaught Hospital, Sierra Leone PC0422 HIV AT RISK EXPOSURES TO BLOOD AND BODY FLUIDS IN THE DIALYSIS SETTING Petrosillo, N'; Puro, V'; Arici, C'; Jagger, J2; Ippolito, G'; The Italian Multicenter Study on Nosocomial and Occupational Risk of Infections in Dialysis; 'Spallanzani Hospital, Italy; 2Univ of Virginia, USA PC0423 WORKING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS FROM THE WORKING PARTY ON INFECTION PREVENTION (WIP) Verstege, EJ; Van der Woude, WM; Loosschilder, GH National Committee on AIDS Control, The Netherlands PC0425 SURGICAL GLOVE FAILURE DURING GENERAL SURGICAL OPERATIONS Rifkin, CH; Tedesco, SA; Lansigan, NC; Bayley Seton Hospital, USA PC0426 FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF MEDICAL STAFFS WHO SEEM TO HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO HIV-1 Yano, S; Izumi, T; Sakurada, N; Hokkaido Institute of Public Health, Japan PC0427 DENTAL PROFESSIONALS ATTITUDE AND KNOWLEDGE TOWARDS HIV INFECTION AND AIDS-AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE Sukumaran, A; Nair, RG; Beena, VT; Vijayakumar, T; Govt Dental College, India PC0428 BEHAVIORAL EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDY ON PREVENTION OF HIV/ AIDS INFECTION ON DENTAL STAFFS Chikumaru, H; Fujita, K; Soda, K; Yokohama City Univ School of Med, Japan PC0429 AIDS CONSCIOUSNESS OF DENTAL STAFF IN JAPAN Matsumoto, H; Terauchi, Y; Matsuzawa, H; Suda, H; Tokyo Med & Dent Univ, Japan PC16: Application of HIV/AIDS Diagnostic Assays in Epidemiology Studies PC0430 HIV-1 V3 SEROTYPES: DISTRIBUTION AND CORRELATION WITH GENOTYPES Cheingsong-Popov, R; Chappey, C; Callow, D; Lister, S; Bobkov, A; Weber, J; St Mary's Hospital Medical School, UK 209

Page  210 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0431 SURVEILLANCE OF HIV-1 SUBTYPES IN THAILAND, 1992-93 Young, N1'"2; Limpakarnjanarat, K'; Ungchusak, K'; Yindeeyoungyeon, W'; Saengwanloy, 0'; Pau, C-P2; Weniger, BG2; Mastro, TD1"2; 'HIV/AIDS Collaboration, Thailand; 'CDC, USA; 'Ministry of Public Health, Thailand PC0433 ALTERNATIVE CONFIRMATORY STRATEGIES: A PROBLEM FOR COUNTRIES WITH LOW PREVALENCE Martin, R; Machado, F; Nibot, C; Rodriguez, O; Lopez, G; AIDS Research Laboratory, Cuba PC0434 EVALUATION OF FILTER-PAPER ELISA SEROLOGY FOR HIV INFECTION SCREENING Costa, E'; Pinheiro, M'; Alves, M'; Sarmento, A'; Oliveira, R'; Ferreira, L2; Rodrigues, L2; 'Department of Health; 2Ministry of Health, Brazil PC0435 HIV-FALSE POSITIVE RESULTS IN PATIENTS WITH SKIN DISEASES Dourmishev, A'; Petrova, E'; Argirova, R2; 'High Medical School, 2Central AIDS Lab, Bulgaria PC0436 PERFORMANCE RECOMBINANT HIV1/HIV2 3rd GENERATION EIA IN UKRAINE Chentsova, N; Kislykh, H; Maximenok, H; Vatamanyuk, M; Scherbinskaya, A; Centre for AIDS Prevention, Ukraine PC21: Prevention Programs for the General Public and Communities PC0437 THE RESPONSE TO HIV/AIDS IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC REGION: PREVENTION IS THE BEST CURE Sarda, R; Petersen, G; Shrestha, DB; Kerse, L; WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Philippines PC0438 COMMUNITY HIV PREVENTION PROJECT Donovan, C; Doyle, B; Eastern Newfoundland Health Unit, Canada PC0439 A BRFSS-BASED SURVEY OF AIDS EDUCATION AND PERCEPTIONS IN FLORIDA, USA Vincent, AL'; Ganguly, R'; Sanders, L2; Sinnot, JT'; Majerus, TC'; Houston, SH'; Greene, JN2; 'Tampa General Hospital; 2Hillsborough Country Health Department; 'Abbott Laboratories, USA PC0440 HIV PREVENTION IN A LOCAL EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY Milesi, ML; Lambrechts, SB; COPSEE, Argentina PC0441 THE ROLE OF STREETWORKERS ON AIDSAND DRUG PREVENTION SAO PAULO'S EXPERIENCE 1991/1994 Reale, D; Guimarnes, BR; Cavallari, CD; Department of Health of the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil PC0442 ITINERANT PREVENTION TRUCK Winkler, GB; Winkler, HA; Winkler, FYB; Porto Alegre, Brazil PC0443 PREVENTING HIV/AIDS AMONG TRUCK DRIVERS OF INDIA Kumar, R; SPYM, India PC0444 SAFER SEX FOR TRUCKERS ON NATIONAL HIGHWAYS Goud, RR; SOS Foundation, India PC0445 HIGH RISK COMMUNITY FOR STD/AIDS IN WESTERN NEPAL Dhungana, RR; Institute of Community Health, Nepal PC0446 A COMMUNITY-BASED MODEL TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF INFORMATION GIVEN TO PWAS WHO WANT TO ENROLL IN A CLINICAL TRIAL Dagron, N'; Fontenay, F2; Chambon, JF2; Prestel, T'; Roche, N'; Meyer, P4; Rey-Coquais, X'; 'Act Up; 2Arcat-Sida; 'Aides; 4VLS; 5Actions-Traitements, France PC0447 ITALIAN HOT-LINE FOR A REAL APPROACH OF CITIZENS TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND THE DIFFUSION OF LOCAL INITIATIVES OF EDUCATION Frati, A; Rosa, E; Bertinato, L; Greco, D; Serafin, I; Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Italy PC0448 A REVIEW OF AIDS PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT IN HONG KONG Lee, SS; Lee, SH; Department of Health, Hong Kong Government, Hong Kong PC0449 MOBLIZING GRASSROOT WOMEN WORKING AT 3 MAJOR INTERSTATE/ INTERNATIONAL MOTOR PARKS FOR AIDS AND STD PREVENTION IN NIGERIA Nwashili, P'; Nwabuko, B; Olukoya, P'; Kanem, N'; 'STOPAIDS Organisation; 2College of Medicine Uni of Lagos; 'The Ford Foundation, Nigerra PC0450 MULTIPURPOSE AIDS INFORMATION CENTER FOR PHYSICIANS, PWAs AND NGOs Sano, M'; Keita, MO; Kourouma, K'; Diallo, F'; 'SidAlerte Guinee; 2Hopital of Siguiri; 'PNLS, Guinea PC0451 ORIGINAL GRASSROOT PREVENTION EFFORT IN A COUNTRY TORN BY CIVIL UNREST Teko, A; Kekeh, H; Apedo, A; SidAlerte Togo, Togo PC0452 HIV SEROSURVEILLANCE IN HIGH RISK GROUPS AND EFFECT OF MASS MEDIA APPROACH Raman, RS; Research Associate, India PC0453 PROVIDER AND PARTNER REFERRAL IN PARTNER NOTIFICATION AND RISK OF HIV TRANSMISION Pankova, G; Galina, M; Morgunova, N; Pokrovsky, V; Moscow AIDS Centre, Russia 210

Page  211 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0454 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND HIV PREVENTION IN KAZAKHSTAN Klebanov, Y; Saparbekov, M; National AIDS Center, Kazakhstan PC0456 EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CONCEPTION OF THE RUSSIAN PROGRAMME OF FIGHT AGAINST AIDS Sirotina, NV; Yasinsky, AA; The State Committee for Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance, Russia PC0457 FIVE LEVEL MODULE FOR HIV INTERVENTION EDUCATION AT WORKPLACE Sankaran, S; Chrysostem, J; Deepam Educational Society for Health (DESH), India PC0458 A DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR AIDS PREVENTION Li, LX'; Xu, LD2; 'Ohio State University; 2Wright State University; USA PC0459 AN INFORMATION SYSTEMS APPROACH TO THE PREVENTION OF AIDS Xu, LD; Wright State University, USA PC22: Intervention for Drug Users PC0461 BEHAVIORAL OUTCOMES OF AIDS COMMUNITY-BASED INTERVENTION FOR DRUG USERS IN PUERTO RICO Robles, RR; Col6n, H; Marrero, CA; Matos, TD; Munoz, A; MHAASA, Puerto Rico PC0462 DEATH FROM SUICIDE AND OVERDOSE AMONG DRUG INJECTORS AFTER FIRST HIV TEST-RESULT DISCLOSURE van Haastrecht, HJA; Mientjes, GHC; van den Hoek, Johanna, AR; Coutinho, RA; Municipal Health Service, the Netherlands PC0463 THE EFFECTS OF FACILITATION OF ATTENDANCE AT DRUG TREATMENT AND SELF-HELP ON HIV RISK REDUCTION WITH IDUS Stark, M'; He, H2; Russell-Alexander, Y'; Roggenburg, L'; Gould, J'; Fleming, D'; McAnulty, J'; 'Multnomah Co Health Dept; 2'Oregon Health Division, USA PC0464 MONTREAL NEEDLE EXCHANGE ATTENDERS VERSUS NON-ATTENDERS: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? Hankins, C; Gendron, S; Tran, T; Centre for AIDS Studies, Canada PC0465 U S MOBILITY AND HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG DRUG USERS McCoy, VH'; McCoy, AC2; McCoy, AJ; 'Florida International University; 2Miami Dade Community College, USA PC0466 RECRUITMENT OF INJECTING DRUG USERS INTO HIV TESTING Battjes, R; Needle, R; Cooperative Consortium; National Institute on Drug Abuse, USA PC0467 OUTREACH AND ENTRY INTO SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT Mata, A; Austin, B; Hewitt, W; McConnell, W; Rael, M; Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, USA PC0468 HIV PREVENTION: REACHING OUT-OF-TREATMENT HIGH-RISK DRUG USERS IN JAIL Anderson, R'; Flynn, N'; Clancy, L'; Anglin, D2; Anon, K2; 'Univ of Calif, Davis; 2'Univ of Calif, Los Angeles, USA PC0469 HEALTH GROUPS IN DRUG TREATMENT SETTINGS Nessel, JT; Addiction Research & Treatment Corp; Found of Thanatology; Mercy College, USA PC0470 NEW YORK CITY SYRINGE EXCHANGE: EXPANSION, RISK REDUCTION, AND SEROINCIDENCE Paone, D'; Des Jarlais, DC'; Caloir, S'; Jose, B2; Friedman, SR2; 'BIMC; 2NDRI, Inc, USA PC0471 CONTINUED RISK REDUCTION AMONG IDUS IN NEW YORK CITY AND BANGKOK, 1989-1993 Raktham, S'; Des Jarlais, DC2; Choopanya, K'; Vanichseni, S'; Friedmann, P2; Sotheran, JL'; et al '; 'Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Thailand; 2Beth Israel Medical Ctr; 'NDRI, Inc, USA PC0472 AIDS AND DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAMS Touze, GD; Rossi, D; Fondo de Ayuda Toxicologica, Argentina PC0473 STREET SURVEYS ON DRUG USERS' BEHAVIOR & PEER COUNSELLING FOR PREVENTIVE EDUCATION & CRISIS INTERVENTION Ch'ien, JMN; Founding President of PUi Hong Self-Help Assn, Hong Kong PC0475 THE USE OF SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE FOR FORMULATING NATIONAL PREVENTION GUIDELINES AMONG IDUS McCoy, C'; Shapshak, P'; McCoy, V'; Chitwood, D'; Rivers, J'; Inciardi, J'; McBride, D4; Weatherby, N'; McCoy, A'; McCoy, J; 'University of Miami; 2Fla Inter Univ; 'University of Delaware; 4Andrews University; 'Miami-Dade Comm College, USA PC0477 HEPATITIS B SELF-REPORT VALIDITY IN DRUG USERS Davis, D; Fisher, D; Kuhrt-Hunstiger, T; Orr, S; University of Alaska Anchorage, USA PCO616 THE EFFICACY OF USING MOBILE VANS WHILE PROVIDING OUTREACH SERVICES TO HIGH RISK SUBSTANCE ABUSERS McConnell, W; Rael, M; Hewitt, W; Mata, A; Austin, B; Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, USA 211

Page  212 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC23: Condom Use in North America, Europe, and Oceania PC0478 VIDEO-BASED STD/HIV EDUCATION: PREDICTORS OF CONDOM ACQUISITION SanDoval, A; O'Donnell, L; Duran, R; O'Donnell, C; Education Development Center, USA PC0479 THE AIDS COMMUNITY DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS: EARLY RESULTS INDICATE INCREASED CONDOM USE AND BLEACHING Higgins, DL'; Johnson, WD'; Guenther-Grey, C'; O'Reilly, KR2; The AIDS Community Demonstration Projects Research Team; 'Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA; 2World Health Organization, Switzerland PC0481 CONTRACEPTIVE AND SEXUAL PRACTICES OF HIV-INFECTED WOMEN OVER TIME Lai, KK; University of Massachusetts Medical Center, USA PC0482 INCREASED CONDOM USE IN THE PERIOD 1987-92 REPORTED BY YOUNG FEMALES Stigum H; Magnus, P; Veier d, M; Bakketeig, LS; National Inst of Public Health, Norway PC0483 DETERMINANTS OF CONDOM USE AMONG PATIENTS ATTENDING 6 STD CLINICS IN SWITZERLAND, 1990-92 Paget, WJ'; Zwahlen, M'; Eichmann, A2; Marti, B'; 'Swiss Federal Office of Public Health; 2City Polyclinic for Dermatology and STDs, Switzerland PC0484 IMPACT OF INCREASED CONDOM USE IN THE SEXUAL TRANSMISSION OF GONORRHOEA, NSU AND CHLAMYDIAL INFECTION Mohanty, KC; St Luke's Hospital, UK PC0486 THE USE OF CONDOM DURING INTERCOURSE WITH HIV+ SUBJECTS Turbessi, G; Bergami, N; Salotti, A; Missori, R; Macedonio, A; Rubino, L; Vullo, V; Falciano, M; Institute of Infectious Disease, Italy PC0487 CONDOM USE AMONG YOUNG ITALIAN ADULTS: RESULTS OF A NATIONWIDE PREVALENCE SURVEY Fara, GM; Bossi, A; Marceca, M; Meledandri, G; Signorelli, C; University "La Sapienza," Italy PC0488 ANTI-AIDS-CONDOM Chuadra, M; Robert Koch Institut, Germany PC0489 EFFECTIVENESS OF CONDOMS AGAINST HIV BY EM AND ELISA Mekushinov, K; Sheikov, N; Military Medical Academy, Bulgaria PC0490 EXPERIMENTAL SURVEY ON CONDOM USAGE IN RUSSIA Tarasiev, M'; Lunin, I2; 'AIDS Prevention Project SVIRK, St Petersburg; 2St Petersburg Department of Russia Branch of IPPF, Russia PC0491 CONDOM DESIGN AND USER TECHNIQUES AFFECT CONDOM ACCEPTABILITY Gerofi, J'; Deniaud, F2; Friel, P3; 'Enersol, Australia; 2ORSTOM; WHO PC24: Condom Use in Latin America, Africa, and Asia PC0492 LESSONS FROM AFRICA: CONDOM SOCIAL MARKETING FOR US TEENS Convisser, J; Population Service International, USA PC0493 THE MEANING OF CONDOM AMONG MEXICAN TEENAGERS THROUGH SEMANTIC NETWORKS Soto-Chavez, CA; Izazola-Licea, JA; CONASIDA, Mexico PC0494 CONDOM UTILIZATION AND STD/AIDS KNOWLEDGE AMONG FEMALE COMMERCIAL SEXUAL WORKERS IN MEXICO CITY Cruz, A'; Hernandez-Avila, M'; Uribe, F'; Uribe, P2; De Zalduondo, B'; 'INSP, Mexico; 2CONASIDA, Mexico; 'Johns Hopkins University, USA PC0495 INCREASED CONDOM USE IN JAMAICA Figueroa, JP; Brathwaite, AR; Samiel, S; Weller, P; Byfield, L; Wedderburn, M; et al; Ministry of Health, Jamaica PC0496 UNDERSTANDING CONDOM USE IN JAMAICA Wyatt, G'; LeFranc, E2; Tucker, MB2; Simeon, D2; Mitchell-Kernan, C'; Bain, B2; 'UCLA, Los Angeles, USA; 2UWI, Jamaica PC0497 BREAKING DOWN THE CONDOM TABOO Sealy, G; Lambda Community of Trinidad & Tobago, Trinidad PC0498 CONDOM USE AMONG THE CLIENTELE OF AN ANONYMOUS TESTING SITE IN BRAZIL Lima, LA; Morais, G; Klajmic, S; Abud, S; Center of Orientation on Serological Support, HM Rocha Maia, Brazil PC0499 ANALYSIS OF CONDOM USE AMONG SEXUALLY ACTIVE WOMEN IN THE STATE OF SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Bacha, A'; Fernandes, MEL'; Pastene L'; Linhares, IM2; Miranda, SD'; Pinotti, JA"2; 'Secretary of Health; 2University of Sao Paulo, Brazil 212

Page  213 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PCO500 WOMEN AND CONDOMS - FEMALE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR STUDIED AT ATC - RJ Silva, SB'; Ferreira, MP'; 'ATC-Schoolhospital Slo Francisco de Assis UFRJ, 2Secretariat of Health of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil PCO501 ANALYSIS OF CONDOM SOCIAL MARKETING (CSM) IN BRAZIL Perez, R'; Fernandes, MEL2'; Pimenta, MC2; Ferreiros, C'; Wasek, G3; 'DKT International; 2AIDSCAP/Brazil-Family Health International; 'John Snow Incorporated, USA PC0502 EVALUATION OF AIDS PREVENTION METHODS FOR WOMEN IN AFRICA Mulanga Kabeya, C; Williams, EE; Luo, N; Meilo, H; Bamba, B; Mwadi, K; Society for Women and AIDS in Africa, Greece PC0503 CONDOM USE AMONG WOMEN IS VERY LOW Rubagiza, J; Mukisa, E; National STD Control Program, Uganda PC0505 CONDOM USE IN YOUNG ADULTS IN RURAL UGANDA Konde-Lule, JK'; Wawer, MJ2; Lainjo, B2; 'Makerere Univ, Uganda; 2'Columbia Univ, USA PC0506 CONDOM USE AMONG TASO CLIENTS Sebbanja, P'; Katabira, ET'; Kaleeba, N'; Okurut, N'; Kaseji, M2; Tembo, G'; Marum, E'; Anderson, S2'; 'TASO; 2GPA/WHO; 'CDC/USAID-Uganda, Uganda PC0507 CONDOM QUALITY CONTROL FOR ZIMBABWE AND THE REGION Matondo, NI; Zimbabwe Regional Drug Control Laboratory (ZRDCL), Zimbabwe PC0508 ZAMBIA AIDS AWARENESS AND CONDOM CONSUMER USAGE SURVEY Olson, D'; Chaganti, S'; Phiri, D'; 'PSI/Zambia; 'Pharmaceutical Society of Zambia, Zambia PC0509 POOR SUBTAINABILITY OF CONDOM USE DUE TO DECREASED PURCHASING POWER AMONG PROSTITUTES IN KINSHASA, ZAIRE Nzila, N; Malele, B; Luila, K; Nanlele, K; Projet SIDA, ZaIre PCO510 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PREVENTION Muh'd, ZM; Ali, MS; Nassor, HS; Tanzania PCO511 HIGH RISK BEHAVIOR AND CONDOM USE BY WOMEN IN NAZARETH TOWN, ETHIOPIA Eshete, H; National Research Institute of Health, Ethiopia PC0512 CONDOM USE AMONG THE DAR ES SALAAM UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY Mulokozi, D; HIV Cordial Project, Tanzania PC0513 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE & PRACTICE OF CONDOMS BY MAKERERE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS UGANDA IN STD/AIDS PREVENTION Rwabugahva, H; Lugada, E; Kiragga, D; Isiyagi, M; Students/Members of University Students' AID Control Association (MUSACA), Uganda PC0514 TANZANIA REACTS TO RELIGIOUS PRESSURE ON CONDOMS Swai, RO; Paalman, MEM; Ndyetabura, EF; NACP, Tanzania PC0515 ENHANCING THE ACCEPTABILITY OF CONDOMS: LESSONS FROM THE NATIONAL AIDS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN Samuel, OB'; Goraseb, M2; Xoagub, A2; 1WHO/IEC; 2NACP, Namibia PC0516 TRADITIONAL BELIEFS AS A MOTIVATING FACTOR FOR CONDOM USE Mansaray, K; Harris, M; Society for Women and AIDS in Africa, Sierra Leone PC0517 FOLLOW-UP SURVEY TO ASSESS THE IMPACT OF AIDS PREVENTION EDUCATION AND CONDOM SOCIAL MARKETING PROGRAM IN THE GHANA ARMED FORCES Apeagyei, F; Romocki, L; Grant, S; Githens, W; Amponsah, K; Ansah, J; Frimpong, E; Weir, S; Ghana Armed Forces (GAF), Ghana PC0519 PREVENTION OF HIV BY USING CONDOMS IN EGYPT Hasan, MA; Farag, AB; Shawki, MA; Arab International Center for Fighting Against AIDS, Egypt PC0520 THE RELATIONAL DETERMINANTS OF CONDOM USE IN THAILAND Pramualratana, A; Morris, M; Wawer, M; Podhisita, C; Mahidol University, Thailand PC0522 MOTIVATING HETEROSEXUAL MEN TO USE CONDOMS: BARRIERS TO BREAK INDONESIA Leavell, R; Soerojo Futures Group/Somarc, Indonesia PC0523 CONDOM USE AMONG FEMALE COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS AND MALE CLIENTS IN HONG KONG Lo, KK; Lee, SS; Wong, KH; Health Dept, Hong Kong PC0525 CONDOM PROMOTION THROUGH SOCIAL MARKETING: PHILIPPINE EXPERIENCE Calica, CL; Darden, C; Llapitan, A; DKT, Philippines PC0526 TRUST EXPRESS: AN INNOVATIVE WAY OF MARKETING CONDOMS Llapitan, ABL Jr; DKT International, Inc, Philippines PC0527 AN AIDS-SPECIFIC CONDOM Deiparine, RC; Population Services Pilipinas, Philipines 213

Page  214 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0528 ACCEPTANCE OF CONDOM USE AMONG STUDENT CALLERS OF THE REMEDIOS AIDS HOTLINE IN METRO MANILA, PHILIPPINES Jardenil, J K C; Balquiedra, MS; Remedios AIDS Found, Philippines PC0529 "COCCAG" A NEWER STRATEGY IN AIDS PREVENTION: STD/AIDS EXPOSURE OF LORRY DRIVERS - A STUDY Kootikuppala, SR; Pilli, RD; Murty, MN; Child Foundation of India, India PC0530 CURRENT AIDS PREVENTION AND EDUCATION STRATEGIES Kim, CK; Park, JS; Yon-E AIDS Prenatal Hospital, Korea PC0531 THE EFFECTIVE PREVENTION OF HIV BY FEMALE CONDOM (FEMIDOM) Park, JS; Kim, CK; Yon-E AIDS Prenatal Hospital, Korea PC0624 CONDOM USE AND ITS DETERMINANTS AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS WITH TOURIST CLIENTS IN BALI, INDONESIA Thorpe, L'; Wirawan, DN2; Ford, K'; Fajans, P'; 'University of Michigan, USA; 2Udayana University, Indonesia PC25: STD Control Programs PC0532 STRENGTHENING STD CLINICAL SERVICES IN MAHARASHTRA, INDIA Hira, S; Salunke, S'; Univ of Texas, USA; MGM College, India; 'Gov of Maharashtra, India PC0534 A RANDOMIZED TRIAL COMPARING HIV COUNSELING INTERVENTIONS: ENROLLMENT RESULTS Kamb, ML '; Miller, KG2; latesta, M2; Malotte, CK2; LeDrew, C2; Lentz, A'; Graziano, S'; Fishbein, M'; 'CDC; 2Project RESPECT Study Group, USA PC0535 HIV TEST RESULTS AND POST-TEST COUNSELING BY TELEPHONE Branson, B'; Ballenger, A'; Olthoff, G2'; 'CDC; 'Prince George's County Health Dept STD Clinic, USA PC0536 PERSONS WITH STDS: IS HIV COUNSELING AND TESTING REACHING THEM? Fichtner, RR'; Rabins, CB2; Johnson, WD'; Fishbein, M1; Anderson, JE'; Holtgrave, DR'; 'Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2Illinois Dept of Public Health, USA PC0538 STD/AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAM IN RIBEIRAO PRETO (CNPq) Bueno, SMV; Valente, RB; Bueno, LV; Mamede, FV; Farineli, RF; Malta, MSS; Luiz, JR; University of San Paul, Brazil PC0539 STD/AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAM IN SCHOOLS: EVALUATION OF THE SUBJECTS OF INTEREST IN SPECIFIC AGE AND SOCIAL GROUPS Barcellos, N; Loureiro, R; Silveira, V; Correa, C; Mondini, L; Rigotti, G; Secretaria da Saide, RGS, Brazil PC0540 HIGH PREVALENCE OF REPRODUCTIVE TRACT INFECTIONS (RTI) AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN OF LOW SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS (SES) IN HAITI Behets, F; Desormeaux, J2; Joseph, D2; Adrien, M2; Coicou, G2; Dallabetta, G'; Hamilton, H'; Cohen, M'; Boulos, R2; 'University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 2Centres pour le Developpement et la Sante; 'FamilyHealth International, USA STD CONTROL INTERVENTION WITH TRUCK DRIVERS IN TIRUMANGALAM, TAMIL NADU Trust, T; Tamil Nadu, India STD STATUS AND OCCUPATION Sankaran, S'; K, J2; Meloot, J'; Kumar, SR'; 'DESH 2GH/MMC, India PC0541 PC0542 PC0543 RISK FACTORS IN SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES Chaubey, D'; Sharma, AK2; 'New York Medical College, USA; 2LHMC, India PC0544 HIV/AIDS-EDUCATION IMPACTS ON KAP AND STD-INCIDENCE AMONG FACTORY WORKERS Thongkrajai, P; Thongkrajai, E; Kiewying, M; et al; Khon Kaen University, Thailand PC0545 EUROPEAN COMMISSION ASSISTANCE FOR HIV/STD PREVENTION IN CHINA: DESIGNING THE SUPPORT Fransen, L'; Coutinho, R'; Mabey, D3; Nieto, J'; 'EC, Belgium; 2GG & GD, The Netherlands; 'London School of Tropical Medicine, UK PC0546 DECREASE OF GONORRHEA AND INCREASE OF THE RATIO OF THE GONORRHEA INFECTED BY ORAL SEX DURING AIDS CAMPAIGN IN JAPAN Kojima, H; Takai, K; Japanese Red Cross Medical Center, Japan PC0547 TREND OF SEROEPIDEMIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS ANTIBODIES IN FEMALE ACUTE UNCOMPLICATED CYSTITIS ON URETHRAL SYNDROME Suzuki, K; Hiratsuka City Hospital, Japan PC0548 WOMEN'S PERCEPTIONS OF VAGINAL DISCHARGE AND THEIR TREATMENT SEEKING BEHAVIOUR IN RURAL SW UGANDA Babuwe-Ngobi, J; Ruberantwari, A; Mulder, DW; MRC (UK) UVRI, Uganda 214

Page  215 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PCO549 HIV/STD COUNSELLING AT NATIONAL STD CLINIC UGANDA AND GENDER Mukisa, E; Rubagiza, J; STD Control Programe, Uganda PC0551 FORMULATION OF NATIONAL STD STRATEGY AND CONTROL PLAN FOR TANZANIA Paalman, M'; Ndyetabura, EF2; 'EC Advisor/NACP; 2NACP, Tanzania PC0552 STD TREATMENT, SURVEILLANCE AND INTERVENTION IN RURAL SOUTH AFRICA Wilkinson, D; Jaffe, A; Stuart, J; Hoosen, A; Irlam, J; Larsen, J; Stein, Z; Columbia University, USA PC0553 SURVEILLANCE OF NEISSERIA GONORRHOEA IN KUMASI, 1989-1992 Adjei, O; University of Science & Technology, Ghana PC26: STO Clinic Studies PC0555 STD AMONG HIV-INFECTED PERSONS IN BOMBAY Dhurat, RS; Jerajani, HR; Atal, RK; Vishalakshi, P; LTMG Hospital, India PCO558 A SIX YEAR SEROPREVELANCE STUDY AMONGST STD ATTENDERS IN LONDON Barlow, D; Bradbeer, CS; Thin, RNT; Band, B; Chrystie, I; Palmer, S; Banatvala, JE; St Thomas' Hospital, UK PC0559 REGIONAL ANALYSIS OF HIV-1 SEROPREVALENCE AMONG PERSONS ATTENDING SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE (STD) CLINICS IN CALIFORNIA, 1989-1992 Mikanda, JN; Ruiz, JD; Wilson, D; Littaua, R; Kerndt, P; Lemp, G; California Department of Health Services, USA PC0560 HIV SEROINCIDENCE AMONG MEN ATTENDING SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE CLINICS IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY Ford, WL; Weber, MD; Cheng, FK; Kerndt, PR; HIV Epidemiology Program, USA PC0561 HIV SENTINEL SEROSURVEILLANCE IN STD PATIENTS ECUADOR, 1991-93 Reyes, O'; Baquerizo, M2; Hearst, N3; 'CETS, Quito; 2CETS, Guayaquil, Ecuador; 'CAPS, UCSF, USA PCO562 COMPUTERIZED PATIENT FLOW ANALYSIS IN BRAZILIAN STD CENTERS Gomes, FB; Rodrigues, LGM; Lima, JRC; Bueno, H; Moherdaui, F; cols; Ministry of Health, Brazil PCO563 SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR HIV INFECTION IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL Sole Pla, M; Quinhoes, EP; Valente, K; Matida, HA; Sikora, R; Sanches, K; Secretariat of Health of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil PC0564 HIV INFECTION AMONG PATIENTS WITH URETHRITIS (U) AND GENITAL ULCER DISEASE (GUD) IN BLANTYRE, MALAWI Godfrey, Li; Behets, F2; Hoffman, I2; Dallabetta, G'; Liomba, G4; Cohen, M2; 'University of Malawi, Malawi; 2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; 'Family Health International, USA; 4Ministry of Health, Malawi PC0565 STD & HIV AMONG PATIENTS AT A PUBLIC HEALTH LAB Ilori, O; Awolaru, C M; Macaulay, GK; Ariyo, K, Oyewole, FC; Central Public Health Lab, Nigeria PC0566 HIV INFECTION AMONG STD ATTENDERS IN BOMBAY Saple, D'; Kohli, M'; Hira, 52.3; 'GT Hospital, India; 2Univ Texas, USA; 'MGM College, India PC0567 HIV INFECTION IN STD PATIENTS IN NEW DELHI Seth, P; Khanna, N; Broor, S; Nair, P; Pandhi, RK; Bhutani, LK; AIIMS, India PC0568 HIV PREVALENCE AMONG THE STD HIGH-RISK GROUP IN THE TOKYO AREA Taguchi, S; Nakano, M; Onimaru, M; Nakamura, Y; Yamazaki, M; Kataniwa, Y; Nihon University School of Medicine, Japan PC0569 PREVALENCE OF HIV INFECTION AMONG FEMALE FOREIGNERS ATTENDING TO AN STD CLINIC IN A RURAL DISTRICT OF JAPAN Uchino, H; Komoro Public Health Center, Japan PC0615 PREVALENCE OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STD) IN AN URBAN FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC: IMPLICATIONS FOR STD/ AIDS CONTROL PROJECT Ogundiran, A'; Weir, MJ2; Brunger, W'; 'STD Control Program, Nigeria; 2Dept of G-U Med Glasgow Royal Infirmary, UK; 'EC ATF, Belgium PC27: Role of STD as Risk Factors PCO570 PREVENTION OF SEXUAL TRANSMITTED DISEASES/AIDS AMONG COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS AND THEIR CLIENTS IN YAOUNDE, CAMEROON Foumena AJC; Betima JN; Boupda, KA; Debuysscher, R; Salla, R; AIDSCAP-National AIDS Control Unit, Cameroon PCO571 HIV INFECTION AMONG STD CLINIC PATIENTS IN ZHEJIANG Liu, F; Zhu, JP; Zhejiang MED SCI Academy, China 215

Page  216 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention WHICH SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STD) ARE ASSOCIATED TO HIV RISK SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR? Warszawski, J; Meyer, L; INSERM U292, France PC0573 GENITAL ULCERATIVE DISEASE AND INCIDENCE OF HIV INFECTION IN PATIENTS VISITING AN STD CLINIC IN GUATEMALA Mayorga, R; Ramirez, L; Solorzano, E; Hernandez, JE; AGPCS, Guatemala PC0574 RISE IN PREVALENCE OF GUD AMONG STD CLINIC ATTENDERS IN JAMAICA: SIGNIFICANCE FOR HIV TRANSMISSION Brathwaite, AR; Figueroa, JP; Morris, J; Ward, E; Peruga, A; Vermund, SH; et al; Ministry of Health, Jamaica PC0575 STDs AND MALE-TO-FEMALE HIV TRANSMISSION IN BRAZIL Guimaraes, M DC1; Castilho, E2; Cavalcante, S2; Gomes, V3; Zacarias, F4; 'UFMG; 2FIOCRUZ; 'UFRJ, Brazil; 4PAHO, USA PC0576 STD AS A RISK FACTOR IN THE TRANSMISSION OF HIV IN SRI LANKA Samarakoon, S; STD AIDS Programme, Sri Lanka PC0577 COINFECTED STD/HIV INDIVIDUALS: RISK-RELEVANT BEHAVIORS AND TRANSMISSION POTENTIAL Sharp-Breslau, E'; Daniell, FD2; Nannis, E'; Brandt, U'; Johnson, C'; Schlangen, K'; Patterson, T'; Jenkins, P'; Temoshok, LR'; 'HMJF; 2MMCARR and WRAIR; 'University of California, San Diego, USA PC0578 BEHAVIORAL CORRELATES OF COMBINED STD AND AIDS DIAGNOSES IN MASSACHUSETTS, USA: 1986-1992 Gallagher, KM; Jain, MK; Whelan, M; Etkind, P; DeMaria, A; New England Medical Center, USA PC0579 ARE STD PRIMORDIAL FACTORS OF HIV SEROCONVERSION AMONG DISCORDANT COUPLES Sebastien, J; Mibandumba, N; Nzilambi, N; Projet SIDA, Zaire PC0580 EFFECT OF HIV ON CLINICAL PRESENTATION, ETIOLOGY AND RESPONSE TO THERAPY OF GENITAL ULCERS IN RWANDA Bogaerts, J'; Kestens, L2; Martinez Tello, W'; Mukantabana, V3; Vuylsteke, B2; Piot, P4; 'CHK, Rwanda; 2ITM, Belgium; 'CMS de Bilyogo, Rwanda; 4GPA, Switzerland PC0581 HIV-1 IMPACT ON THE INCIDENCE OF SYPHILIS Griemberg, G; Pizzimenti, MC; Casco, RH; Yaya, J; Cardinalli, AC: Buenos Aires University, Argentina PC0582 CONGENITAL SYPHILIS AS A MARKER FOR PAEDIATRIC AIDS INFECTION Ward, E; Figueroa, JP; Brathwaite, AR; Ministry of Health, Jamaica PC0583 PREVALENCE OF CONGENITAL SYPHILIS IN A BRAZILIAN CENTER (HOSPITAL DE CLINICAS DE PORTO ALEGRE/FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF RS) IN THE 90'S Naud, P; Becker Jr, E; Reis, R; Faccin, A; Matos, J; Matias, M; Hospital De Clinicas De Porto Alegre, Brazil PC0584 DETECTION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS DNA IN SEMEN BY NESTED PCR Iwasawa, A; Kumamoto, Y; Nitta, T; Hirose, T; Sapporo Med Univ, Japan PC29: Costs and Other Economical Issues THE COST OF PREVENTION IN AN AIDS EPICENTER Kegebein, V; Mills, S; Kunney, R; San Francisco Department of Public Health AIDS Office, USA PC0585 PC0586 COSTS OF STRATEGIES FOR ROUTINE HIV COUNSELING AND TESTING OF US HOSPITAL PATIENTS Janssen, RS; Gorsky, R; Raimondi, V; Centers for Disease Control (CDC), USA PC0587 THE COST BENEFIT OF HIV BLOOD SCREENING IN INDIA Sardana, VN'; Brenny, PJ2; 'Ministry of Health, Government of India; 2WHO/GPA-I, India PC0589 IDENTIFYING GOALS FOR BEHAVIOR CHANGE PROGRAMS IN URBAN AFRICAN SETTINGS: HIGH EFFECTIVENESS AND MODERATE COVERAGE MAXIMIZE IMPACT AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS Sweat, M'; Siegel, G'; De Zoysa, I'; Coates, T2; 'Family Health International, AIDSCAP; 2Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, University of California, USA PC0590 AIDS CONTROL AND PREVENTION IN BRAZIL Fini, IG'; Fernandes, MEL2; Ribeiro, MA'; Arnette, L2; Lima, EMSP2; 'Associaclo Satide da Famllia, Brazil; 2Family Health International, USA PC30: Health Care Requirements for People Living with HIV/AIDS PC0591 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN A MEDICAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR HIV-INFECTED PATIENTS Vogt, RL; Zaza, S; Richmond-Crum, S; O'Neal, S; Heath-Chiozzi, M; State of Hawaii Department of Health, USA PC0592 TRENDS IN PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES AND HEALTH CARE REQUIREMENTS AMONG HIV INFECTED PATIENTS IN FRANCE BETWEEN 1990 AND 1993 Pradier, C; Nadal, JM; Demeulemeester, R; Antoine, G; Ministere De La Sante, France 216

Page  217 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0593 HEALTH ISSUES AND CARE NEEDS IN HIV INFECTED PERSONS IN FRANCE RESULTS OF A 1993 SURVEY Nadal, JM; Pradier, C; Demeulemeester, R; Antoine, G; Ministere De La Sante, France PC0594 PSYCHIATRIC CO-MORBIDITY IN HOSPITALIZED AIDS PATIENTS VS NON-AIDS PATIENTS Bialer, PA; Prenzlauer, S; Bogdonoff, L; Richman, B; Wilets, I; Beth Israel Medical Center, USA PC0595 PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT TO AIDS HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS Pontes, M; Carvalho, NL; Gafree e Guinle University Hospital, Brazil PC0596 A CLINICAL AND ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC STUDY OF AIDS PATIENTS WITH DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY Arroja, I; Campos, M; Azovodo, J; Borgos, A; Jacques, A; Santos, I; Araujo, C; Borgos, A; Mansinho, K; Champalimaud, J; Marques, JC; Araujo, V; Egas Moniz Hospital, Portugal PC31: HTLV 1/11 Infection PC0597 HTLV II INFECTION AMONG ANTI-HIV POSITIVE SUBJECTS Icardi, GC'; Butini, M'; Cardona, E'; Dodi, F4; Ferrante, P'; Gabutti, G'; Lazzereschi, M'; Maretti, E'; Penco, G'; Wicks, R'; 'Genoa Univ; 2Milan Univ; 'Galliera; 4S Martino Hosp, Italy PC0599 SEROPREVALENCE AND RISK OF CO-INFECTION OF HTLV-I/II AND HIV-1 IN HEMOPHILIACS IN BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL Martins, MV'; Rocha, VG'; Proietti, F2; Oliveira, D'; Carmo, R'; Proietti, A'; 'Fundacao Hemominas; 2UFMG; Brazil PCO600 EVIDENCE FOR SEXUAL TRANSMISSION OF HTLV 1/11I IN BRAZIL Santos, C'; Sampaio, E'; Santana, I'; Galvao, B'; Sereno, A2; Castilho, E'; Loures, L'; 'Department of Health, Brazil; 2Ministry of Health, Brazil PCO601 HTLV-I/II COINFECTION WITH HIV-1 IN ARGENTINIAN DRUG USERS Arreseigor, T; Rimoldi, I; Avolio, J; Pampuro, S; Martinez-Peralta, L; Libonatti, O; AIDS Ref Center, Argentina PC0602 PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF INFECTION WITH HIV-1 AND HTLV-I/II IN SURGICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL PATIENTS OF CALl, COLOMBIA Boiling, N'; Rovero, P2; Dathe, O'; Frosner, G'; 'Univ of Munich, Germany; 2Univ del Valle, Colombia PC0603 HTLV-I/II DIFFERENTIAL GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION IN BRAZIL Sereno, A'; Galvao, B'; Proietti, F'; Rodrigues, L'; Franco, L2; Santana, A'; Loures, L'; 'Ministry of Health; 2HEMORIO; 'HEMOBA, Brazil PC0604 AGE AND SEX DISTRIBUTION AMONG HTLV-I/II SEROPOSITIVE BRAZILIAN BLOOD DONORS Galvao, B'; Sereno, A'; Proietti, F'; Muller, M2; Sampaio, D3; Passos, L4; Leite, C'; 'Ministry of Health; 2HEMOSC; 'HEMOPE; 4HEMOAM; 'HEMOGO, Brazil PC0605 HTL V-I/II SEROLOGY AMONG ELIGIBLE BLOOD DONORS AND HEMOPHILIACS IN BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL Martins, MV'; Proietti, FA2; Calazans, F'; Proietti, A'; Passos, VM'; 'Fundacao Hemominas; 'UFMG, Brazil PC0606 ANTI HTLVI/II SCREENING ON BLOOD DONORS IN ROME Mannella, E; Miceli, M; Bronzini, M; Di Lorenzo, A; Fioravanti, D; Lavorino, C; Marinelli, L; Mercurio, G; Mirolo, M; Italian Red Cross, Italy PC0607 SCREENING OF ANTIBODIES TO HUMAN T CELL LYMPHOTROPIC VIRUS TYPE I (HTLV-I) IN BLOOD DONORS AND RISK GROUPS Silva, E; Perez, M; Lubian, A; De la Fuente, JL; Navea, L; Cruz, O; AIDS Research Laboratory, Cuba PC0608 HTLV 1/11I SEROPREVALENCE AMONG INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS IN BUENOS AIRES Vazquez, A; Biglione, M; Canizal, A; Benetucci, J; Sosa, CE; Laboratorio de Retrovirus FUNDAI, Hospital Mufliz, Argentina PC0609 SEROPREVALENCE OF HTLV 1/11I IN ITALIAN STD PATIENTS Suligoi, B'; Galli, C2; The Italian Study Group for HTLV and STDs; 'Istituto Superiore di Sanita; 2Abbott Diagnostics Division, Italy PC0610 HUMAN T - LYMPHOTROPIC VIRUS TYPE 1/II INFECTION IN HONG KONG Lim, WL; Wong, MC; Ho, YK; Government Virus Unit, Department of Health, Hong Kong PCO611 SEROPREVALENCE STUDIES ON HTLV 1/11I IN TUNISIA Regaya, F'; Amine, S2; Khelifa, R'; Zouiten, F2; Rziga, H2; Karoui, M2; Zribi, A2; 'CNTS; 2Fac Med; 3Inst S Azaiz, Tunisia PC0612 TSP IS ASSOCIATED WITH SEXUALLY ACQUIRED HTLV-1 INFECTION Kramer, A'; Maloney, E'; Rodgers-Johnson, P'; Morgan, O; Manns, A'; Blatner, W2; et al; 'Bielefeld University, Germany; 'National Cancer Institute, USA; 'Universitey of the West Indies, Jamaica PC0613 SEROLOGICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF HTLV-I/-II INFECTIONS AND ITS APPLICATIONS TO CLINICAL SPECIMENS Fukushima, Y'; Kitamura, K'; Nakasone, T'; Yoshizaki, H'; Nakata, S; Meguro, T'; Yamada, K'; Moritsugu, Y'; Yamazaki, S; Honda, M'; Komuro, K; 'NIH; 'Nat Med Cent; 'St Marianna Univ; Japan 217

Page  218 TRACK C: Epidemiology and Prevention PC0614 SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES (SP) FOR HTLV-I SEROEPIDEMIOLOGY Rasulee, A; Klepikov, N; Rasulee, Sh; Andreev, S; Senjuta, N; Gurtsevitch, V; Cancer Research Center, Russia 218

Page  219 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD03: Street Children and Out-of-School Youth PD0410 EVALUATION OF EDUCATORS TRAINING IN AIDS: A BRAZILIAN EXPERIENCE Greco, M; Campos, R; Campos, M; Marques, C; Paiva, JV; Greco, DB; Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil PD0411 A TREATMENT UNIT FOR STREET CHILDREN WITH AIDS IN SAO PAULO Ommundsen, C'; Inglesi, E2; Riihinen, A'; 'ARCA; 'State Secretariat of Health; Brazil; 'Sweden PD0412 AIDS PREVENTION-AMONG VULNERABLE GROUPS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STREET CHILDREN IN FRANCISTOWN-A HOLISTIC APPROACH Mudariki, TP; University of Botswana, Botswana PD0413 SKILLS TRAINING AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR DISADVANTAGED PRIMARY SCHOOL LEAVERS Sserwadda, J; CONCERN, Uganda PD0414 PREVENTION OF SEXUAL TRANSMISSIBLE DISEASES, HIV/AIDS IN CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS FROM THE STREETS OF BOGOTA Penarete, D; Correal, S; Roellens, T; Unidad Medical de la Bergerie, Colombia PD0415 FUTURE CARE OF STREET YOUTH WITH AIDS IN SAO PAULO Riihinen, A'; Holmgren, G'; Inglesi, E2; Ommundsen, C'; 'Stockholm, Sweden; 'State Secretariat of Health; 'ARCA Brazil PD07: Policies of AIDS Programming PD0416 WORLDWIDE TRENDS IN POLICIES AND PRACTICES IN THE CONTEXT OF HIV/ AIDS Gruskin, S; Harvard School of Public Health, USA PD0417 APPARENT LUXURY, SLOWS DOWN PREVENTION PROGRAM van Osch, G; AIDS Committee, St Maarten, Dutch West Indies PD0418 CITY OF COPENHAGEN AGAINST HIV AND AIDS, A CITY STRATEGY Damm, C; Fallov, J; Lundstedt, C; Medical Office of Health, Denmark PD0419 NATIONAL STRATEGY OF PREVENTION: AIDS HAS SOMETHING GOOD: THINK WELL! Alvarez de Weldefort, A; Ardila, H; Liga Colombiana de Lucha Contra el SIDA (NGO), Colombia PD0420 DEMOCRACY AS A MEANS OF AIDS PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT Linard, F'; Cohen, B'; Edelmann, F2; 'ARCAT-SIDA; 'CIVIS-LE JOURNAL DU SIDA, France PD0421 EXTENT TO WHICH TEACHERS' UNIONS AND MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION ARE REPORTED TO BE ACTING TO PREVENT HIV INFECTION AND DISCRIMINATION ASSOCIATED WITH HIV/AIDS Jouen, E'; Fouilloux, M'; Jones, JT2; O'Byrne, D2; 'Education International, Belgium; 'WHO/HED, Switzerland PD0422 AIDS INSTITUTES IN RUSSIA Pokrovsky, VV; Frolova, OP; Russia AIDS Federal Centre, Russia PD0423 CONAIDS - A BRAZILIAN CHALLENGE OF AIDS Schechtmann, M'; Monte, 02; Miura, SR'; Barollo, CR'; Lomar, A'; Schulte, G'; 'Depto Medico da Prisao Estadual; 2Policia Militar; 'Inst Infect Emilio Ribas; Brazil PD0424 AIDS PREVENTION MANAGEMENT Somse, P"2; Kimball, AM'; Hawkins, R'; 'University of Washington; 'Min Health CAR; 'CDC, USA PD0425 LOCAL GOVERNMENT POLICIES AS OBSTACLES TO EFFECTIVE AIDS PREVENTION: THE CASE OF THE CITY OF MANILA Castillo, FA; Phil Health Social Science Association, Philippins P00426 LESSONS LEARNED FROM AN AIDS POLICY PROGRAM IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Arbaje, M'; Butler de Lister, M2; Gomez, E'; Sweat, M2; 'Dominican Ministry of Health; 'Family Health International, AIDSCAP, USA PD0427 RUSSIAN FEDERAL AIDS PROGRAM Goliusov, A; Narkevich, M; Pokrovsky, V; Russian Health Ministry, Russia PD0428 ARGENTINA: CONTRADICTIONS BETWEEN THE STATE AND THE POLICY OF AIDS PREVENTION Girotti, C; Burgos, M; Revsin, N; Diaz, A; Moreno, S; RED Foundation, Argentina PD0429 EVALUATING THE UN RESPONSE TO HIV-AIDS Garbus, L; Tarantola, D; Harvard School of Public Health, USA PD0430 THE BRAZILIAN NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR COMMUNITY ACTION IN STD/AIDS PREVENTION Pedrosa, J; Rodrigues, L; Walker, R; Ministry of Health, Brazil P00431 SOCIAL RESPONSE TO A PREVENTION PROGRAM WITH COMMUNITY LEADERS Lopez, IS; Then, AP; LOpez, SS; Mercedes, C; Patronato de Lucha Contra el SIDA Inc, Dominican Republic 219

Page  220 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0432 PD08: Education amono Sex Workers AIDS TRAINING FOR ADOLESCENTS AND STAFF Walton, J; Shedrick, D; Andom, M; Ruff, D; Westover Consultants Inc, USA PD0433 AIDS PROTECTION POLICY IN A REPRESENTATIVE URBAN PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER IN JAPAN Morita, R; Oyama, Y; Okubo, H; Yokoyama, Y; Yasuda, S; Shinjuku Public Health Center, Japan PD0434 HOUSING FOR PEOPLE WITH AIDS IN FRANCE: A 1993 SURVEY Antoine, G; Sternberg, JP2; Ruelle, S'; Serfaty, A" iMinistry of Health; 2Direction de la Securite Sociale; 'Caisse Nationale d'Assurance Maladie, France PD0435 METAMORPHOSIS OF AN OXYMORON: CASE STUDY OF A RYAN WHITE CARE ACT NETWORK Murphy, DL; Harrison, B; Columbia Univ, USA PD0436 THREE MODELS OF AIDS-CARE IN DENMARK: STUDIES OF PATIENTS' COPING STRATEGIES, DYNAMICS BETWEEN PATIENTS/STAFF, AND JOB STRAINS Hertz, E; University Hospitals, Centre for Nursing Research, Denmark PD0437 PSYCHO-SOCIAL NEEDS OF HIV INFECTED PEOPLE IN LOW PREVALENCE COUNTRIES--TRAINING THE PROFS Altschuler, S; Saldanha, V; Chaika, N; International AIDS Project, USA PD0438 PLANNING OF AIDS HEALTH-CARE (PAHC) IN NORTH EAST OF ITALY (NEI) Tramarin, A'; Campostrini, S2; Tolley, K'; NEI Group for PAHC; 'Bortolo Hospital, Italy; 2Univ of Padua, Italy; 'Univ of Nottingham, UK PD0440 PERMANENT PROGRAM ON AIDS/STD OF SAO PAULO GOVERNMENT Fleury, NP; Lago, LW; Sampaio, MIO; Fundo de Solidariedade do Estado de Seo Paulo, Brazil PD00441 SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES OF THE NATIONAL INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTATION CENTRE ON AIDS IN YAOUNDE Mougnutou, PD'; Abossolo, BR'; Boupda-Kuate, A2; 'Ministry of Health; 2AIDSCAP/Family Health International, Cameroon PD0442 HOW MINISTRIES OF HEALTH CAN HELP MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION STRENGTHEN EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS TO PREVENT HIV/AIDS IN 12 ASIAN COUNTRIES Jones, JT'; Jha, 52; Bahri, 5'; Baldo, M; Chowdhury, 5'; Shaeffer, 56; Warren, C7; 'WHO/HED, Switzerland; 2WHO/SEARO, India; 'UNESCO, France; 4WHO/GPA, Switzerland; 'UNESCO, India; 'UNICEF, Thailand; 7IUHPE, France PD0443 SEX WORKER AS AIDS EDUCATOR; SUCCESS IN PEER EDUCATION Tambe, M'; Gilada, 12; Gilada, S2; 'Project Saheli of Indian Health Organisation; 2Indian Health Organisation, India PD0444 STD KNOWLEDGE, BELIEFS AND PRACTICES AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN BALI, INDONESIA Wirawan, DN'; Fajans, P2; Ford, K2; Thorpe, L2; 'Udayana University, Indonesia; 2University of Michigan, USA PD0445 TRAINING OF FEMALE SEX WORKERS TO BECOME CHANGE AGENTS FOR HIV/ AIDS PREVENTION (PHASE IV) Tayag, JG'; Dominguez, CE'; Carpenter, CCJ2; 'University of the Philippines Manila; 2Brown University, AIDS Collaboration Manila, Philippines PD00446 COMPARATIVE STUDY ON CONDOM USE BY TRANSVESTITE MALE SEX WORKERS AND CLIENTS IN RIO DE JANEIRO Szterenfeld, C'; Peterson, C'; Cardoso da Silva, 02; 'Institute for Religious Studies; 2ASTRAL - Association for Transvestites and the Liberated, Brazil PD0447 INTERVENTION DEVELOPMENT IN AREAS OF TRADITIONAL PROSTITUTION IN TAMILNADU Stephens, EJ; Vincent; John; Maheshwaran; Parimala, D; Network SMI, INDIA PD0448 AIDS, SEXUALITY, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES: EVERYTHING YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW AND HAD THE COURAGE TO ASK: a book for Commercial Sex Workers (CSW) Linhares, IM'; Miranda, SD'; Hughes, V; Santos, MFQ'; Pinel, A4; Fernandes, MEL', 'University of Sao Paulo; 2Sao Paulo State Department of Health; 'AIDSCAP/Brazil, 4Genus International, Brazil PD0449 CHANGES IN CONDOM USE AMONG DOMINICAN SEX WORKERS Rosario, S'; Moreno, L'; Gomez, B'; De Moya, EA'; Fox, L2; 'Centro Orientacion, Investigacion Integral-coin, Dominican Republic; 2FHI PD0450 DEV'T OF A MODEL AIDS/STD EDUCATION AND COUNSELLING AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN THE PHILIPPINES Melgar, IE; Arciaga, RS; Paladin, FJE; Monzon, OT; Institute for Tropical Medicine, Philippines PD0451 INTERVENTION WITH FEMALE SEX WORKERS & CLIENTS IN MADRAS Kumar, SM; Pradeep, K; Hariharan; Uwa, S; Community Action Network, India 220

Page  221 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education IMPACT, SOCIETAL RESPONSE, AND EDUCATION; D 41 SE WORKER Machu, MM; Ali, MS; Muh'd, ZM; SEIF, MJ; Z'BA Control Programie, Tanzania BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH IN SUPPORT OF HIV/AIDS PREV IN THE PHILIPPINES Morisky, DE; Williams, NJ; Tiglao, T; Baltazar, JC; Tempongko, S; et al; UCLA, USA; University of the Philippines, Philippines PREVENTION OF HIV INFECTION IN MALE SEX WORKERS PARIS (FRANCE) Trenado, E; AIDES Paris-Ile De France, France STRATEGY TO ATTITUDINAL CHANGE IN CSW, WA GHANI Opare, BK; Tietoree, L; Bayor, S; Wa Hospital, Gha SEXUAL PRACTICES AMONG COMMERCIAL SEX WORKER IN FREETOWN Makiu, E; Kosia, A; Williams, D; Connaught Hosp, Leone PEER GROUP EDUCATION AMONG PROSTITUTES OF KAMATHIPURA AND KHETWADI AREAS OF BOMBAY Gadgil, A'; Patkar; PP2; 'Municipal Corporation of C Bombay; 2Prerana, India TRAINING OF MALE COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS TO BE( CHANGE AGENTS Hernandez, LI'; Imperial, RH'; Simbulan, NP'; Domii CE'; Carpenter, CCJ2'; 'University of the Philippines, Philippines; 2Brown University - AIDS Collaboration Philippines AIDS PREVENTION AMONG PROSTITUTE TRAVESTIES IN 1 OF PORTO ALEGRE Suzana H, SSL; GAPA/RS (Support Group for AIDS Prevention), Brazil PD0452 PD0463 -X INTERVENTION WITH ALl (THIRD GENDER) IN TAMIL NADU Kumar, SM; Pradeep, K; Nagarajan; Jayashree, G; Dhanam R AIDS Community Action Network, India P00464 PD0453 THAI SEX WORKER'S KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, AND PRACTICES ENTION RELATED TO HIV/AIDS IN JAPAN AND IN THAILAND: A COMPARISON Munakata, T; Suh, S; Fujisawa, K; University of Tsukuba, Japan PD0465 PD0454 RETRAINING CSWS: EXPERIENCE FROM CALABAR IN Esu-Williams, E; Asuquo, A; Oku, O; AIDSCAP Field Office, Nigeria PD0466 P00455 POVERTY AND PROSTITUTION A Bhawani, SK; Gram, BS, India na PD0467 PDO456 STREET WORKER, AIDS AND DRUG: HOW TO WORK S (CSW) Brites, C; Reale, D; Cavallari, CD; Puntschart, L; Guimaraes, BR; Department of Health of the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil PD0468 SAFE SEX WORKSHOPS IN GAY NIGHT CLUBS PD0457 Maia, MR; Grupo Pela Vidda-SP, Brazil PD0469 INTERVENTION WITH SEX WORKERS IN MADURAI CITY & SUBURBS, TAMIL NADU Thiagarajan, D; Maheswaran; Pitchaimmal; Ravi; Shanthi; IMAGE, India PD0470 SENSITIZATION OF PROSTITUTES AND THEIR CLIENTS USING A COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS' (CSWS') DRAMA TOUPE IN CAMEROON Boupda-Kuate, A2; Ella, M'; Debuysscher, R'; Betina, J'; Salla, R'; 'NACU/MOH, Cameroon; 2AIDSCAP, USA PD00471 PEER GROUP EDUCATION ON AIDS/STD FOR COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS IN NIGERIA Society for Woman and AIDS in Nigeria, Nigeria PD0472 TRAINING FEMALE SEX WORKERS AS PEER COUNSELORS FOR HEALTH CARE AND HUMAN RIGHTS AWARENESS Garcia, R'; Fonseca, E2'; 'Ministry of Health; 2Women 2000 for the Ecology, Colombia PD0473 A HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAM FOR PROSTITUTES Estebanez, P; Barahona, MJ; Colomo, C; Medicos del Mundo, Spain PD0474 DEMANDS OF 494 FEMALE PROSTITUTES HAVING ATTENDED A DROP-IN CENTRE ( "BUS DES FEMMES" ) IN PARIS, 1993 Serre, A'; Siggilino, J'; El Amri, E'; Braggiotti, L'; De Vincenzi, I'; 'European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS; 2ANRS, France P00460 SEXUAL PRACTICES AND THE USE OF CONDOMS AMONG TRANSVESTITES PROSTITUTES IN BAHIA, BRAZIL Mott, LR; Grupo Gay da Bahia/UFBA, Brazil PD0461 ANDEAN FEMALE COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS AND THEIR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT STD/AIDS, THEIR BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS ON CONDOMS USE Gisbert, M; Quit6n, M, Bolivia PD0462 UNSAFE SEX & OTHER RISKY BEHAVIOUR Aduwa, PA'; Menya, PA'; Nkaangi, AN'; Lenya, RG2; Abol, TO2; 'POWOTA; 2TAPWAK, Kenya 221

Page  222 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD09: Structural Issues Affecting Sex Work PD00475 BEHAVIOURAL CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CLIENTS OF SEX WORKERS---- BANGLADESH Hossain, S; National AIDS & Tuberculosis Association of Bangladesh, Bangladesh PD0476 FACTORS RELATED TO CONDOM USE BY CLIENTS OF FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN BALI, INDONESIA Fajans, P'; Ford, K'; Wirawan, DN2; 'University of Michigan, USA; 2Udayana University, Indonesia PD0477 RISK OF AIDS AMONG SEX WORKERS IN HUNGARY Csepe, P; Bolvary, K; Semmelweis University, Hungary PD0478 FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH UNPROTECTED SEX IN FEMALE CSW ATTENDING A STD AND HIV DETECTION CLINIC IN MEXICO CITY Vandale, SE; Uribe, F; Cruz, A; Uribe, P; Hernandez, M; National Institute of Public Health and CONASIDA, Mexico PD0479 ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF COMMERCIAL SEX CIRCUITS IN MADURAI, SALEM, TIRUCHIRAPPALLI, TIRUNELVELI AND COIMBATORE (TAMIL NADU, INDIA) Kumaramangalam, L'; Pradeep, K2; Kumar, SM'; 'Prakriti; 2Community Action Network, India PD00480 A SURVEY OF FOREIGN SEX WORKERS IN JAPAN AND THE IMPACTS OF JAPANESE POLICY AND INTERVENTIONS Jitthai, N; Ohi, G; Univ of Tokyo, Japan PD0481 SEX AS WORK IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA Jenkins, Carol L; Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research, Papua New Guinea PD0482 YOUNG FEMALE MIGRANTS INVOLVED IN PEER EDUCATIONALS FOR AIDS PREVENTION Bocoum, MS'; Bocoum, B2; Maiga, YI3; 'SidAlerte Mali; 2Ministere Affaires Etrangeres; 'PNLS, Mali P00483 MONITORING AIDS PREVENTIVE ACTION IN THE SEX INDUSTRY Moreno, L; Bello, A; Ferreira, F; Rosario, S; Mensajeras de Salud COIN, Dominican Republic P014: Drug Users and Treatment PD0484 ITALIAN DRUG SERVICES NETWORK AGAINST AIDS: NIS PROJECT Serpelloni, G; Rezza, G2; Nicolosi, A3; Dalla Valentina, S'; Austin, D4; 'SeZ Screening HIV ULSS 25; 2Nat AIDS Ctr Rome; 'IBTA Milan; 4EuroCASO, Italy PD0485 HIV SEROPOSITIVITY & KABP OF A SAMPLE OF DRUG-USERS UNDER TREATMENT Attia, MS; Mandil, AMA; El-Fawwal, K; 'Alexandria University; 2Ministry of Health, Egypt PD0486 THE TREATMENT OF DRUG ADDICTION AND THE PREVENTION OF AIDS IN THE CITY OF FRANKFURT, GERMANY Moesch, M; Verein Arbeits- und Erziehungshilfe, Germany PD0487 SUCCESSFUL PEER ORG Maisonet, C; Norwood, C; Johnson, B; Rumsey, S; Bronx Commmunity College, USA PD00488 METHADONE TREATMENT AND THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF AIDS AMONG IDUs IN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY Reisinger, M; In-Dependance, Belgium PD0489 ENGELMAJER HEALTH AND CARE FOUNDATIONS ASSESSEMENT OF TWO FRENCH MEDICAL AND HUMANE STRUCTURES IN TAKING CARE OF THE HIV POSITIVES DRUG ABUSERS Hernt, P; Engelmajer, LJ2; Houngues, S'; Julien, T'; 'Addepos; 'Engelmajer Foundation; 'ADDEPOS, France PD0490 KNOWLEDGE OF HIV SEROPOSITIVITY ADVERSLY AFFECTS DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT OUTCOME IN POLISH IDUs Smiatacz, T'; Sekiewicz, J'; Karaczynska, B'; Ryder, R'; Williams, A2; Zielinska, W; 'Gdansk Medical Academy, Poland; 'Yale University METHADONE PROGRAM STAFF ATTITUDES & PATIENT TREATMENT OUTCOME Hartel, D2; Caplehorn, JRM'; Irwig, L'; Sauders, JB'; University of Sydney; 'Montefiore Med Center, USA PD0491 PD0492 DRUGS SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN AIDS PATIENTS BY USING SUBCUTANEUS PORTS Flores, J; Valenro, A; Bellver, F; Monz6, E; Mayins, J; Arnau de Vilanova, Hospital, Spain PD0493 RETAINING AT-RISK DRUG ABUSERS IN DRUG TREATMENT AND MEDICAL CARE: STRATEGIES FOR HIV RISK INTERVENTION Genser, SG'; Schlenger, W2'; 'National Inst on Drug Abuse; 'Research Triangle Inst, USA PD0494 HIV+ INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS MOTHER'S GROUP Abreu, CM; Nyland, K; GAPA/RS, Brazil PD0495 BIOLOGIC VALIDATION OF SELF-REPORTED BEHAVIOR CHANGE AMONG IDUS Des Jarlais, DC'; Hagan, H2; Friedman, SR', Choopanya, K4; Lima, E'; Paone, D'; et al; 'Beth Israel Medical Center, USA; 2'Tacoma-Pierce County Health Dept, USA; 'National Development & Research, Inc, USA; 4Bangkok Metro Admin Thailand; 'NEPAD - UERJ, Brazil 222

Page  223 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0496 HIV PREVALENCE AND INCIDENCE IN A COHORT OF IDUS IN MONTREAL, ACCORDING TO THEIR NEEDLE EXCHANGE ATTENDANCE Bruneau, J; Lamothe, F; Lachance, N; Soto, J; Vincelette, J; HOpital Saint-Luc, Canada PD0497 INTERVENTION AMONG IVDUS Rangamani, S; Sankaran, S; DESH, India PD00498 THE CLANDESTINE EPIDEMIC: AIDS AND INJECTING DRUG USERS IN SAO PAULO Fernandez, OFRL; Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brasil PD0499 A MULTI-SITE ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF INJECTION RISK BEHAVIORS Needle, RH'; Cesari, HC'; Jones, S2; 'National Institute on Drug Abuse; 2Cooperative Consortium Ethnographers, USA PD0500 RAPID, INEXPENSIVE METHOD FOR ASSESSING HIV RATES & RISK OF HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG IDU Ruiz, J2; Flynn, N'; Anderson, R'; Hughes, M2; Watters, J'; Kizer, K'; 'Univ of Calif, Davis; 2Calif Office of AIDS; 'Univ of Calif, SF, USA PD0501 HIV TESTING BEHAVIOUR OF IDU'S IN 11 COUNTRIES Donoghoe, M'; WHO Collaborative Group; Centre for Research on Drugs & Hlth Behav, UK PD0502 PATTERNS OF NEEDLE PROCUREMENT IN ANCHORAGE, ALASKA Cagle, H'; Fisher, D'; Queen, P'; Des Jarlais, D2; 'University of Alaska Anchorage; 'Beth Israel Medical Center, USA PD0503 OUTREACH MODEL FOR HIV PREVENTION AMONG ITALIAN IDUs Serpelloni, G'; Austin, D'; Vitiello, A2; Monreale, I3; Cordone, MN4; Serafin, I4; 'Sez di Screening HIV ULSS 25; 2La Tenda; 'SerT ULS4, Parma; 4SeCeDAS, Italy P00504 NEEDLE SHARING AMONG IVDU'S IN ANCHORAGE ALASKA Fisher, DG; Cagle, HH; Queen, PJ, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA PD0505 FEMALE DRUG USERS: PROVIDER ASSESSMENT OF AIDS RISK Queen, P'; Cagle, H'; Fisher, D'; Haverkos, H2; 'University of Alaska Anchorage; 2National Institute on Drug Abuse, USA PD0506 RISK PERCEPTION OF HIV INFECTION TROUGH SEX IN DRUG USERS Cavallari, CD; Reale, D; Inglesi, E; Puntschart, L; Brites, CM; Augusta, A; Department of Health of the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil PD0507 HIGH-RISK DRUG USE PRACTICE IN EUROPEAN IDU Papaevangelou, G; Richardson, SC; Athens Sch of Hygiene, Greece P00508 AN INDIGENOUS HARM REDUCTION PROGRAMME FOR IDUs IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY, NEPAL Peak, A"',; Rana, S'; Maharjan, SH'; Crofts, N2'; 'Lifesaving & Lifegiving Society, Nepal; 'Medical Research, Australia PD0509 DO METHADONE TREATMENT CLIENTS CHANGE THEIR HIV RISK BEHAVIORS? Brackbill, RM; MacGowan, RJ; Rugg, DL; Disease Control and Prevention, USA PD0510 RAPID ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL DRUG USE PATTERNS FOR HIV TRANSMISSION RISK Flynn, N'; Anderson, R'; Nassar, N'; Anglin, D2; Anon, K'; Clancy, L'; 'Univ of Calif, Davis; 'Univ of Calif, Los Angeles, USA PD0511 PERCEIVED RISK OF HIV INFECTION IN ALASKAN DRUG USERS Massay, H; Fenaughty, AM; Fisher, DG; University of Alaska Anchorage, USA PD0512 USE OF CONDOMS BY EUROPEAN IDU Richardson, CS'; Papaevangelou, G2; 'Panteion University; 2Athens Sch of Hygiene, Greece PD0513 IDENTIFYING HIGH RISK SITUATIONS FOR HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG IDUS Kelaher, M'; Ross, MW'; 'National Drug & Alcohol Research Centre; 'University of Texas, USA PD0514 HIV+ GAY MEN AND IDUS IN NON-URBAN SETTINGS: DIFFERENCES IN RESOURCES & SUPPORT USE Mayne, T'; O'Leary, A'; 'University of California, San Francisco; 'Rutgers University, USA PD0515 RISK BEHAVIOURS AMONG FEMALE DRUG INJECTORS IN 12 CITIES Taylor, A; Green, ST; Ruchill Hospital, UK PD0516 PSYCHOSOCIAL RISK FACTORS AND CONDOM USE IN INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS Masci, JR'; Brook, DW'; Brook, JS'; Whiteman, M3; Roberto, J'; DeCatalogne, J'; Amundsen, F'; Wynn, PS2; 'Elmhurst Hospital; 'New York Med College; 'Columbia University, USA PD0517 THE ROLE OF DRUG USER ORGANIZATIONS IN THE PREVENTION OF HIV AND AIDS IN GERMANY Hermann, W; Deutsche AIDS Hilfe/JES, Germany 223

Page  224 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0518 DRUG USERS SELFHELP GROUPS IN HIV PREVENTION IN EEC Javanni, J; Brossais, P; Leguay, JP; Toufik, A; APAR TS, France PD0519 LINKING MOBILE HEALTH SERVICES TO THE NEW HAVEN NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAM (NEP) Altice, FL; Selwyn, PA; Singh, R; Zampano, C; Friedland, G; Yale Univ, USA PD15: Prisoners PD0520 PRISON POPULATION AND AIDS Hernander, R; Santa Cruz, R; Co Loccini, R; Laboratorio de Criminologia-URII, Argentina PD0521 LET'S TALK ABOUT SEX AND DRUGS: HIV TRANSMISSION AND PREVENTION BEHIND BARS Mahon, N; AIDS in Prison Project, USA PD0522 UTILIZATION OF HEALTH SERVICES BY HIV+ AND HIV- DRUG INJECTING PRISONERS Altice, FL'; Brewer, A2; Tanguay, S2; Selwyn, PA'; 'Yale Univ; 2Dept of Correction, USA PD0523 AIDS PREVENTION IN A SWISS PRISON: A PILOT PROJECT INCLUDING THE DISTRIBUTION OF STERILE INJECTION EQUIPMENT Bernasconi, S; Btechi, M; Stutz S; T Swiss Federal Office of Public Health, Switzerland PD0524 MODELLING HIV TRANSMISSION IN NSW PRISONS, AUSTRALIA Dolan, K'; Kaplan, E2; Wodak, A3; Hall, W'; Gaughwin, M4; 'NDARC; 'Yale Univ; USA; 'St Vincent's Hosp, Australia; 'Royal Adelaide Hosp, Australia PD0525 VOLUNTARY HIV TESTING IN THE SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY JAILS - AN ETHICAL DILEMMA Greenberg, R; Forensic AIDS Project, USA PD0526 HIV OUTBREAK IN A SCOTTISH PRISON: INTERVENTION Emslie, J; Taylor, A; Goldberg, D; Wrench, J; Gruer, L; Ruchill Hospital, UK P00527 THE STREET DOG-A COMIC STRIP FOR INMATES Malavoglia, L; Garfunkel, P; Escaleira, N; Varella, D; UNIP/Objetivo-Universidade Paulista, Brazil P00528 PROGRAM FOR THE PREVENTION OF RECONTAMINATION/ CONTAMINATION AND RECIDIVISM AMONG PRISONERS WITH HIV/AIDS IN RIO GRANDE DO SUL Perin, SM; Secretary of Justice, Brazil PD0530 REVIEW OF INSERVICE TRAINING COURSE ON STD/AIDS 1980 TO 1993 IN ZAMBIA Sunkutu, R'; Msiska, R'; Kamanga, J'; Perine, P'; Hira, SK'; 'National AIDS/STD/TB & Leprosy programme MoH, Zambia; 'University of Washington, USA; 'Haffikine Institute for Training Research, India PD16: Education for STD Prevention PD0531 INTERVENTIONS TO CONTROL STD/HIV RISK SITUATION INDUCED BY POPULATION MOVEMENTS DURING RESETTLEMENT IN POST-WAR MOZAMBIQUE Barreto, A; De Hulsters, B; Noya, A; Bastos, R; National STD/AIDS Control Program, Mozambique PD0532 CHALAMYDIAL INFECTIONS, STD AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG OUT OF SCHOOL ADOLESCENTS IN SOUTH WEST NIGERIA RESULTS FROM BASELINE STUDIES Dare, OO; Cleland, JG; Osotimehin, BO; Harvard Center For Population and Development Studies, USA PD00533 ETIOLOGY OF GENITAL ULCER DISEASE (GUD) IN MALE STD PATIENTS IN BLANTYRE MALAWI Hoffman, I'; Behets, F'; Liomba, G'; Dallabetta, G'; Lule, G4; Hamilton, H'; Cohen, M'; 'University of North Carolina, USA; 2Ministry of Health, Malawi; 'Family Health International, USA; 'University of Malawi, Malawi PD17: Students Understanding of HIV/AIDS P00534 A SURVEY OF UNIVERSITY FACULTY REGARDING AIDS/HIV POLICY AND INCLUSION OF AIDS/HIV ISSUES INTO CURRICULA Stempel, R; Arauz, K; Velez, V; White, C; Sandiford, J; Dollinger, R; Florida International University, USA PD0535 GENDER DIFFERENCES OF STUDENTS IN AN AIDS EDUCATION COURSE Fennell, R; Patton, JM; Miami Universty, USA PD0536 A STATISTICAL STUDY OF AIDS AS PERCEIVED BY JAPANESE COLLEGE STUDENTS Kinoshita, E; Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan PD0537 ANAL AND VAGINAL SEX AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: GENDER DIFFERENCES Cunningham, I; Rodriguez, M; Dlaz, C; Gonzalez, M; University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico P00538 HIV-RELATED RISK BEHAVIORS AMONG YOUTH WHO ATTEND SCHOOL AND THOSE WHO DO NOT Kann, L; Warren, W; Collins, J; Kolbe, L; CDC, USA 224

Page  225 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0539 STUDIES ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR TO HIV/ AIDS IN YOKOHAMA: PART2 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Kashima, Y'; Yamada, T'; Doi, R'; Ichikawa, S'; Kimura, H'; Tanaka, Y'; Toba, M'; Soda, K'; 'Yokohama City Univ; 'Yokohama City Inst of Health, Japan PD0540 CHANGES OF ATTITUDE TOWARDS AIDS AMONG STUDENTS THROUGH EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS Tarui, M'; Inagaki, M2; Yoshida, S'; 'Keio University; 2National Children's Medical Research Center; 'Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan PD0541 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS APPROACH IN INFORMATION EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION ON HIV/AIDS Otieno, P; University Students AIDS Control Association, Kenya PD0542 A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON AIDS IN URBAN & RURAL COLLEGE STUDENTS Dash, R; Tripathy, SK; Community Action For Rural Development, India PD0543 AIDS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS OF A DISTRICT IN INDIA-A LESSON Bhatlavande, PV; Mugade, R; Bedagkar, M; Health Services, India PD0544 SOURCE OF AIDS INFORMATION AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS OF A DISTRICT IN INDIA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS Bedagkar, MV; Salunke, S; Bhatlavande, P; Mugade, R; Health Services, India PD0545 HIV/AIDS KAP AMONG JAPANESE STUDENTS IN HAWAII Diamond, M; Baba, M; Univ of Hawaii, USA PD0546 OBSTACLES OF CONDOM USE AS A MEANS OF HIV/AID PREVENTION AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS/COMMUNITY Manongi, MJ; Tanzania PD0547 PERCEPTIONS & MISCONCEPTIONS OF 650 NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ABOUT HIV/AIDS Macaulay, GK; Aiyelari, OS; Awolaru, CM; Akanmu, S; College of Medicine, Nigeria P00548 SURVEY OF SEX EDUCATION STATUS AMONG UNIVERSITIES STUDENTS IN SHANGHAI Huang, JH; Chen, XC; Shanghai Medical University, China PD0549 AIDS KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR STUDY AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA Lohy, J; Matulessy, PF; Christian University of Indonesia, Indonesia PD0550 A STUDY OF COLLEGE STUDENTS' KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOR TOWARD HIV/AIDS Yamamoto, T; Waseda University, Japan P00551 HEALTH EDUCATION FOR AIDS PREVENTION IN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN CHINA He, J; Guangiun Inst of Child and Adolescent Health, China PD0552 HIV/AIDS KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN SIERRA LEONE Richter, DL'; Stewart, TJ'; 'University of South Carolina; 'South Carolina State University, USA PD00553 TRAINING OF STUDENT YOUTH FOR AIDS PREVENTION Anand, A; Thandavan, R; Ganapathy, M; Vivek VG; Radhakrishnan, KM; Kantharaj, K; Madhumathi, V; Awareness Communication Team, India PD0554 AIDS-RELATED KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES TOWARD AIDS AMONG STUDENTS Mizutani, S; Morishita, T; Murashima, S; Mie Nursing College, Japan PD00555 A PILOT STUDY OF AIDS EDUCATION COMBINED WITH VIPASSANA MEDITATION AMONG THAI UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Amawattana, T'; Mandel, J'; Ekstrand, M2'; 'Thammasat University, Thailand; 2CAPS, University of California, San Francisco, USA P00556 EFFECTS OF A BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE-BASED AIDS EDUCATION AMONG COLLEGE FEMALE STUDENTS Murata, T'; Munakata, T'; Tajima, K'; 'Shiraume Gakuen College; 2'Univ of Tsukuba; 'Aichi Cancer Center Res Inst, Japan PD00557 AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS OF NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES Tobe, K; Inagaki M; Kodama, K; Amano, K; Haritani, H; Yamamoto, K; Ohkochi, T; Special Committee on AIDS, National Universities, Japan PD0558 THE DESIGN AND PILOT TESTING OF AN AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAM AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS (THE ALERTA PROJECT) Cornejo, M; Rodriguez, A; Turenne, J; Casanova, D; Peroni, S; Univ of Valparaiso, Chile PD0559 IMPACT OF AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAMMES ON SEXUAL BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS IN AMRLTSAR, INDIA Chahal, GS; Kaur, AP; Bimal, D; Tejinder, BK; Grewal, R; Shala, S; AIDS Prevention Society, India PD0560 UNAWARE RURAL COLLEGIATES ARE MORE HELPFUL Bharti, R; Singh, HP; Saini, R; Amritsar, India 225

Page  226 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0561 PERCEPTION OF HIV INFECTION/AIDS AMONG STUDENTS IN CALCUTTA Poddar, DP; Sen, P; Mandal, FB; West Bengal Voluntary Health Association, India P00562 AIDS AND UNIVERSITY Turra, M; Model Law Office of Candido Mendes College, Brazil P00563 STUDENTS OF MOUNT DESERT ISLAND MAINE, KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, AND BEHAVIOR TOWARD HIV/AIDS Cash, DF; College of the Atlantic, USA PD0564 STUDENTS AND AIDS Cromack, LMF'; Carvalho, R2; Barros, CRP2; Almeida, AC3; Lima, MF'; Brito, MA'; Pires, DF'; 'Secretariat of Health of Rio de Janeiro State; 'University of Rio de Janeiro State; 'Fondation Oswaldo Cruz (FIOCRUZ), Brazil PD0565 ATTITUDES OF THE YOUTH IN TOKYO METROPOLITAN AREA TOWARD AIDS Tsuchida, S; Meiji Univ, Japan PD0566 HIV/AIDS COURSE FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS Chakraborty, J'; Purohit, A2; Gray, A'; 'Medical College of Ohio; 2Harvard-Deaconess Surgical Service; 'American Red Cross, USA P00567 HIV HYPERMEDIA MEDICAL EDUCATION SOFTWARE Kidd, M; Bearman, M; Cesnik, B; Turnidge, J; McCoy, R; Monash University, Australia P00568 A KAB SURVEY IN METRO MANILA AMONG DENTAL, MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, AND MIDWIFERY STUDENTS Abaquin, JM; Tan, M; Ortega, N; Health Action Information Network, Philippines PD0569 KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS OF HIV/AIDS AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS IN A TOWN IN INDIA Purohit A"'; Kalla, S'; Kalla, AR'; Chakraborty, J4; Joshi, A'; Kiessling, A'; 'Harvard-Deaconess, USA; 'Univ Ill, USA; 'SN Med Coll, USA; 4Med Coil of OH, USA; 'P&T, India P00570 KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR (KAB): HIV INFECTION AMONG DENTAL STUDENTS Ferreira, S; Cortezzi, W; Silva, A; Uzeda, M; Perez, MA; Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil P00571 PREVENTION IN THE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF ILE-DE-FRANCE Baranne, F'; Brousselle, C'; Felix, B'; Jayle, D'; Truchet, N'; Ricard, E'; Lert, F"2; 'Centre Regional d'Information et de Prevention du SIDA (CRIPS); 2INSERM U88, France PD0572 TRAINING OF TEAMS INVOLVING STUDENTS FROM ILE-DE-FRANCE SCHOOLS Ricard, E'; Baranne, F'; Jayle, D'; Lert, F"'; Servant, AM'; 'Centre Regional d'Information et de Prevention du SIDA (CRIPS); 2INSERM U88, St Maurice; 'Agence Francaise de Lutte contre le SIDA (AFLS), France PD0573 IN-HOUSE TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR TEACHERS - CRUCIAL FOR HIV EDUCATION Jones, V; Ganesh, V; Sankaran, S; Mathews, G; Kumar, S; DESH, India PD0574 TRAINING TEACHERS AND PARENTS AS TRAINERS IN AIDS PREVENTION AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA Oyedepo, B; Nigeria PD0575 THE IMPACT OF TRAINING FOR 4000 HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPALS ON AIDS PREVENTION IN ITALY Bertinato, L'; Mirandola, M2; Greco, D'; Poli, S4; Crenca, A'; Serafin, I'; 'SSH-ULSS25; 2Univ of Verona; 3National Health Institute; 'Ministry of Education; 'Ministry of Health; Italy PD0576 KAB SURVEY TO ASSESS TEACHERS ATTITUDE TOWARDS PWA Chandhok, K; Meloot, J; Sankaran, S; Rajan, S; Deepam Educational Society for Health (DESH), India P00577 VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH CONDOM USE AMONG ADOLESCENT PRIMARY NIGHT SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Antunes, MC'; Paiva, V'; Valestrini, M'; Stempliuk, V'; Silveira, F'; Stall, R2; 'NEPAIDS/Univ of Slo Paulo, Brazil; 2Univ of California, San Francisco, USA PD00578 DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF AN AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE PHILIPPINES Aplasca, MRA'; Monzon, OT'; Santana-Arciaga, RT'; Mandel, J2; Siegel, D2; Hearst, N2; 'Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Philippines; 2University of California, San Francisco, USA PD0579 TRAINING STUDENT (PEER YOUTH LEADERS) IN PREPARING IEC MATERIALS ON HIV/AIDS Madhumathi, V; Radhakrishnan, R; Awareness Communication Team, India PD0580 RESULTS FROM TWO SCHOOL-BASED HIV PREVENTION STUDIES Banspach, S'; Collins, J'; Rugg, D'; Main, D'; Popham, J'; 'CDC, 'Univ of CO; 'IOX, USA P00581 JAPANESE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' AWARENESS OF AIDS Fuchi, I; Nishimaki, K; Minamiyama, M; Kotani, M; Syukuin Public Health Center, Japan 226

Page  227 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0582 AIDS PREVENTION IN CLASSROOM Suplicy, M; Barbirato, MA; Silva, MCG; Sayso, Y; GTPOS (Grupo de Trabalho e Pesquisa em Orientacao Sexual), Brazil PD0583 DEVELOPING POLICIES REGARDING EDUCATION ABOUT AIDS IN SCHOOLS IN 12 ASIAN COUNTRIES Shaeffer, S'; Bahri, S2; Jones, JT'; Chowdury, S4; Barthes, AM2; Baldo, M'; 'UNICEF, Thailand; 2UNESCO, France; 'WHO/HED, Switzerland; 4UNESCO, India; 'WHO/GPA, Switzerland PD0584 ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHALLENGES IN PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING EDUCATION ABOUT HIV/AIDS IN SCHOOLS IN 12 ASIAN COUNTRIES Bahri, S'; Jones, JT2; Baldo, M'; Barthes, AM'; Shaeffer, S4; Chowdhury, S'; Bunde-Birouste, A6; 'UNESCO, France; 'WHO/HED, Switzerland; 'WHO/GPA, Switzarland; 4UNICEF, Thailand; 'UNESCO, India; 6 IUHPE, France P00585 TEENAGERS, SEXUALITY AND HIV PREVENTION IN HIGH SCHOOLS Laski, M; Perkins, H; Hofman, S; Centro de Salud Mental y Accion Comunitaria Nol, Argentina PD0586 A STRATEGY TO DEVELOP AWARENESS AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH EDUCATIONAL TALKS Tamoufe, U'; Kaptue, L'; Kembou, E'; Djiena, A2; Kamouke, B'; 'SidAlerte/Cameroun; 'Inspection Medico-scolaire Douala, Cameroon; 'Sage femme Perpijnan, France PD0587 AIDS AWARENESS INCULCATED THROUGH HEALTH EDUCATION AMONG SCHOOL STUDENTS Rayan, JA; Ravinathan, R; Manimangalam, JS; Meenarchisundaram, PM; Kandaswamy, JK; CAPE Manali, India P00588 KNOWLEDGE ABOUT HIV INFECTION AMONG HIGH-SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PALEMBANG CITY, INDONESIA Surapaty, SC; Surapaty, RM; Irdianto, I; Sriwijaya University, Indonesia PD0589 HIGHSCHOOL TEENAGERS' KNOWLEDGE ON HIV INFECTION AND AIDS: IMPACT OF AN INFORMATION DAY Mary-Krause, M"; Roux, P2-; Poirot, J -L2; Bravard, C3; Highschool physicians'; 'B3E-INSERM SC4; 2CISIH Paris Est; 'Service Promotion de la Sante, Academie de Paris, France PD0590 USE OF CONDOMS AMONG JAPANESE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Iwamuro, S; Kanagawa Prefectural Hadano Health Center, Japan PD0591 AWARENESS OF THE MODES OF TRANSMISSION OF AND PROTECTION AGAINST HIV AMONG A GROUP OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS IN THE IVORY COAST Ahouanto, M; Ancelot, J; Ngnaore, E; Henzel, D; Delaporte, E; Chambon, JF; Coulaud, J-P; ARCAT-SIDA; MDM; Ivorian PNLS; Fion Leon M'Ba; Inserm; Bichat-Claude-Bernard, France PD0592 AIDS EDUCATION FOR SCHOOL YOUTH - DILEMMA OF A CURRICULUM DEVELOPER/EDUCATOR Nturibi, FT; Kenya Institute of Education, Kenya PD0593 PROMOTING AWARENESS FOR AIDS PREVENTION AMONG ADOLESCENT STUDENTS Naquatee, Z; Mashwara-SPYM, India PD0594 KNOWLEDGE OF HIV/AIDS AMONG GREEK HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Kokkevi, A; Terzidou, M; Mostriou, A; Richardson, C; Stefanis, C; Athens University Medical School, Greece PD0595 IMPORTANCE OF TRAINING IN DEVELOPMET AND APPLICATION OF HIV/AIDS PROGRAMS IN JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOLS IN MEXICO Marchetti, R; Rodriguez, A; Barquera, M; Rodriguez, C; Uribe, P; del Rio, C; CONASIDA (National AIDS Council), Mexico PD0596 TRAINING ON AIDS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT LEADERS AND DEVELOPING PEER-GROUPS Sri W; Djauzi, S; Zubairi, D; Samekto, B; University of Indonesia, Indonesia PD0597 RESEARCH OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS AIDS IN SCHOOL TEENAGERS Geli, M; Rodes, A; Miret, M; Angelats, J; Viger, F; Calle, L; ACAS: Associaci6 Comunitaria anti Sida de Girona, Spain PD0598 ASSESSMENT OF SUPPORT HIV/AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAM OFFERED BY THE HEALTH CENTERS TO REGIONAIL SCHOOLS Shirai, C'; Higuchi, J2; Nakase, K'; 'Higashinada Health Center; 'Nishi Health Center; 'Nada Health Center, Japan PD0599 AIDS PREVENTION IN SCHOOLS THROUGH PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN GOVERNMENTS AND NGOS Monteiro, S; Castello BC; Galvao, J; Parker, R; ABIA, Brazil PD0600 EVALUATION OF A MODEL HUMAN SEXUALITY/HIV/AIDS CURRICULUM IN HIGH SCHOOLS Cerepnalkoski, LA; Molina, G; Richardson, J; Levine, AM; Univ So Calif School of Med, USA 227

Page  228 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education USE OF AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON HIV/AIDS WITHJ HIGH STUDENTS Alteneder, RR; Medical College of Ohio, USA I THE KNOWLEDGE LEVEL OF STUDENTS CONCERNING AIDS Tagawa, T'; Yamane, Y2; 1Shimane Women's JR Collh 2Shimane Medical University, Japan HIV/AIDS EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF EGYPT Hasan, MA; Farag, AB; Arab International Center for Fighting Against AIDS, Egypt THE SCARLET LETTER A: TEACHING THE LITERATURE OF Kyle, C; University of Illinois, USA I AIDS AWARENESS AND ATTITUDES AMONG JAPANESE AD AND ADOLESCENTS Takahashi, T'; Ito, M2; 'Aichi University of Education 2Aichi Prefecture Anjo Public Health Center, Japan PD19: Public Education through Mass Media I THE MASS MEDIA RESPONSE TO A NATIONAL AIDS CAMP Chileva, A; Metodieff, M; National AIDS Campaign, Bulgaria COOPERATION BETWEEN A NGO (NON GOVERNMENTAL OR A NEWSPAPER Campos, MJ; Abraco, Portugal AGE-DEPENDENT DIFFERENCES IN JAPANESE CONSIDERAT AIDS INFECTION---WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INFORM OBTAINED FROM AIDS VIDEOS Shimizu, M'; Ishikawa, N'; Fujihira, N2; Hasegawa, S2; Tsukamoto, Y'; Fujioka, M2; Shimizu, K2; 'Aichi Prefe Institute of Health; 2 Department of Health, Aichi Prefecture, Japan AIDS, PROSTITUTION AND INFORMATION Morelli, D; Cattorini, P; Maffei, C; Mauri, MA; Palur G; Visintini, R; Scientific Institute H San Raffaele, Ita THE IMPACT OF "MAGIC" JOHNSON'S VISIT ON THE MEX SOCIETY PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDES ABOUT AIDS Trevifo, A; Mufliz, M; Pego, U; Hemindez, G; Carri] del Rio, C; CONASIDA (National AIDS Council), N AIDS RELATED NEWSPAPER ARTICLES IN JAPAN Takahashi, K; Gunma University, Japan PD0612 RADIO PROGRAMMES IN VERNACULAR LANGUAGES FOR RURAL POPULATIONS: A STRATEGY FOR HIV/AIDS PREVENTION TO BE USED MORE WIDELY Verbeke, R'; Fransen, L'; Brulnger, W'; Djumoi, T2; 'EC AIDS Task Force; 2Al Wattan Newspaper, Comoros; Belgium PD0613 THE FIRST NATIONAL BULGARIAN AIDS CAMPAIGN Methodieff, M; Chileva, A; National AIDS Campaign, Bulgaria PD0614 "UNE MINUTE D'ATTENTION" - ONE MINUTE OF ATTENTION: TV SPOTS FOR PREVENTION AND CARE Marty-Lavauzelle, A.; Joucla, F; AIDES Federation Nationale, France PD0615 PREVENTION CAMPAIGN "RADIO FOR LIFE" Nascimento, MF; Pinto, MLF; Pela VIDDA Group, Brazil PD0616 AIDS TALK AND MASS MEDIA IN THAILAND Nishino, Y; Issaruggura, C; Kaeo-Dumkoeng, K; Pariyat, C; Kwandee, P; Namsuwan, W; University of Pennsylvania, USA P00617 A SURVEY TO KNOW AWARENESS TOWARDS 'AIDS' AMONG WORKING WOMEN IN VARANASI Durbey, VKR; Srivastava, R; Nagayama, GS; India P00618 HIV/AIDS EDUCATIONAL-INFORMATIVE MESSAGES AN ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF MEDIA IN THE AIDS PANDEMIC IN MEXICO Rosas, F; Colectivo Sol, AC, Mexico PD0619 A MEDIA STD/HIV/AIDS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN IN RUSSIA Gardner, KJ; Savelyeva, IV; AESOP Ctr, Russia PD0620 AIDS EPIDEMIC AND MASS MEDIA IN BRAZIL Cortes, E; Arce, S; Coelho, A; Haas, E; Costa, M; PD0609 Madureira, M; Eksterman, L; Oliveira, A; Hospital Universitario, UFRJ, Brazll nbo, PD21 ly P0621 PREVENTION MARKETING IN THE UNITED STATES: MULTIPLE PD00610 MEDIA STRATEGIES AND EARLY EFFECTS ICAN Kroger, F; Shepherd, M; Gentry, E; Siska, M; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA llo, E;PDO622 Ixico P0622 MEDIA INTERVENTION AND BEHAVIOUR CHANGE IN P00DO611 TAMILNADUAN INDEPENDENT INITIATIVE Shreedhar, R; Media Foundation, India PD0623 THE METAPHORE IN THE MASS COMMUNICATION TO THE AIDS COMBAT: METODOLOGY AND RESULTS Pereira, H; Bellucci, S; Francabandiera, E; Paulino, M; Araujo, E; Florence, H; Miranda, K; Corsini Center, Brazil 228

Page  229 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0624 THE MOVIE AS A VEHICLE FOR AIDS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN Zaldivar, S; Balis, A; Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Philippines PD0636 REPORT ON RESULT OF SOME QUESTIONS IN ASSOCIATED WITH AIDS Yokose, T; Ijyuuin, K; Nakagawa, S; Matsuoka, S; Tsuruwaka, K; Ami, S; Matsushita Tokyo Health Care wwwAwm PDUUb25 Center, Japan JAPANESE NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF AIDS Nakatsuka, Y; Nakatsuka, N; Nakatsuka Clinic, Japan PD0626 RADIO PROGRAM "EXPRESSION OF LIFE":AN EXPERIENCE IN SOCIAL COMMUNICATION Carneiro, PL; GAPA/RS, Brazil PD0627 SPIDNET: RUSSIAN HIV/AIDS ELECTRONIC MAIL CONFERENCE Stachowiak, J'; Gardner, K2; 'AIDS Infoshare Russia; 2AESOP Resource Center, Moscow, Russia PD0628 MASS MOBILISATION FOR AIDS CONTROL IN INDIA Dutt, S; Gilada, I'; Indian Parliament; 'Indian Health Organ, India PD0629 A TELEPHONE HOTLINE'S CAPACITY FOR HIV EDUCATION AND BEHAVIOR CHANGE MOTIVATION Herrell, D; American Social Health Association, USA P00630 "RADIO FG PARIS":COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES AGAINST AIDS Lamien, E; Javanni, J; Jove, C; Maurel, H; Radio FG, France PD0631 IMPACT OF MEDIA ON AIDS KNOWLEDGE REPORTED CONDOM USE IN A COHORT OF EMPLOYEES AND THEIR SPOUSES Alima, N; Jingu M; Kusaka N; NZILA N; Projet SIDA, Zaire PD21: The Workplace and HIV/AIDS PD0632 DEVELOPMENT OF AN AIDS EDUCATION MODEL FOR URBAN CONSTRUCTION WORKERS Duangsa, D; Chiangmai University, Thailand PD0633 AIDS AWARENESS PROGRAMME FOR WORKER TEACHERS Sankaran, S; Karthikeyan, R; Daniel, A; Kumar, RS; DESH, India PD0634 SUSTAINING A COUNSELING PROGRAM SUPPORTED BY PRIVATE ENTERPRISE Castro, JRMD; Fleras, JB; Resurreccion, PA; Reach Out AIDS Education Foundation, Philippines PD0635 POLICY TOWARDS AIDS WITHIN WORKPLACE Muto, T; RECLUIT CO, LTD, Japan PD0637 AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAM USING QUESTION SHEETS Fukuzawa, T'; Kamakura, M2; Yamagata, S'; 'Medical Support Institute; 2Keio University; 'Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention, Japan P00638 PRESENT STATE AND PROBLEMS IN THE AWARENESS OF AIDS BY COMPANIES IN YOKOHAMA AS POLLED BY QESTIONNAIRE Ito, A'; Soda, K2; Toba, M'; Kawamoto, J4; 'Yokohama City Univ Hospital; 2Yokohama City Univ; 'Yokohama City Institute of Health; 'The Yokohama Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Japan PD0639 HIV KNOWLEDGE AMONG INDUSTRY WORKERS IN BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL Vitoria, MA'; Toledo Jr, AC2; Brito, C'; 'Health State Department; 2Federal Univ of Minas Gerais, Brazil PD0640 HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AND EDUCATION IN THE WORK PLACE Nascimento, S; GAPA/RS, Brazil PD0641 AIDS KNOWLEDGE, OCCUPATIONAL PRECAUTIONS, AND EDUCATION ACTIVITIES AMONG PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS Gellert, G; Maxwell, R; Higgins, K; Project HOPE, USA PD0642 AIDS EDUCATION AMONG MANAGERS OF FUE COMPANIES Lubega, NC; Federation of Uganda Employers (FUE), Uganda PD0643 PRIVATE SECTOR PERSPECTIVES ON AIDS AND THE WORKPLACE: RESULTS FROM A KENYA NEEDS ASSESSMENT Roberts, M'; Forsythe, S'; Wangombe, J2; Gakuru, 02; 'AIDSCAP/FHI, USA; 2HEDRA, Kenya PD0644 A WORKPLACE BASELINE KABP STUDY IN NIGERIA Awosiyan, W; Tilley-Gyado, A; Adeniyi, J; Federal Ministry of Health and Social Services, Nigeria PD0645 KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF ARMY PERSONS IN BAHRAIN (ARABIAN GULF) RELATING TO HIV INFECTION Parida, SK; Bahrain Defence Force Medical Services, Bahrain PD0646 WORKPLACE AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAMME: CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA Mbang, EE; Mboto, CI; Society Against the Spread of AIDS (SASA), Nigeria 229

Page  230 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0647 A BLUE PRINT FOR PROTECTING THE BASIC ENTITLEMENTS OF AN HIV+ EMPLOYEE Hamilton, H; Reid, G; Ministry of Health, Jamaica P00648 PERCEPTIONS OF JAPANESE COMPANIES IN ESTABLISHING A CORPORATE AIDS POLICY Muto, T'; Fukuwatari, Y'; Onoda, K'; Sakurai, Y2; Umetada, Y'; Nagumo, A4; 'Juntendo Univ; 2National Med Center; 'Sanwa Bank; 4Nippon Express, Japan PD22: Female Controlled Prevention PD0649 BEEHIVE PROJECT: EDUCATION AND PREVENTION IN AIDS FOR WOMEN Hebling, E; Bellucci, S; Corsini Center, Brazil PD0650 HIV/AIDS RELATED KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND PREVENTIVE BEHAVIOR OF KOREAN CHILDBEARING WOMEN Chang, SB; Yonsei University, Korea PD00651 SAFER SEX INCREASES AFTER PEER EDUCATION FOR WOMEN IN BOTSWANA Norr, KF'; Moeti, MR2; Tlou, SD3; et al; 'University of Illinois, USA; 2Ministry of Health; 'University of Bostwana; Bostwana PD0652 CONTRACEPTIVE PRACTICES AMONG HIV EXPOSED WOMEN Guimaraes, M DC'; Castilho, E2; Signorini, D'; Lima, LA4; Berbara, V'; 'UFMG; 2FIOCRUZ; 'HGG-UNIRIO; 4CHESC; 5INAMPS, Brazil PD0653 WOMEN AND HIV: MOST COMMON QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS Arboleda, P; Balquiedra, M; Remedios AIDS Foundation, Philippines PD0654 SEXUAL SATISFACTION AND CONDOM USE AMONG WOMEN: A PROFILE Izazola-Licea, JA; Aquilar, F; Aldana, A; Basanlez, R; Conasida, Mexico PD0655 STAGES OF WOMEN'S CONDOM USE Rivera, M'; Norwood, C'; Adderley, B'; Felipe, L'; Davis, S'2; 'Bronx Community College,2Columbia University, USA PD0656 WOMEN AT RISK: HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION PATTERNS AND HIV RISK BEHAVIORS AMONG INNER-CITY WOMEN Eastwood, EA'; Rapkin, BD'; Mantell, JE2Ortiz-Torres, B",3; Tross, S"4; 'Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; 2Medical and Health Research Association of New York City, Inc; 'Columbia University; 4National Denelopment and Research Institutes, Inc, USA P00657 SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS IMPACTING HIV PREVENTION AMONG LATINA WOMEN IN NEW YORK CITY Maldonado, M; Hispanic AIDS Forum Inc, USA PD0658 EXPERIENCES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN WITH USE OF THE REALITY FEMALE CONDOM Shervington, DO; Louisiana State University, USA PD0659 AN AFROCENTRIC APROACH TO STD/HIV PREVENTION AMONG HIGH RISK AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN Dillard-Smith, C; et al; California Prostitutes Education Project, USA PD23: Risk Perception and Attitudinal Change PD0660 EMOTIONAL REACTIONS Wertman, S; Albuquerque RVL; Nunes Pena, J; Moura Maulaz, EM; Assistent Fund of Bank of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil PD0661 EMOTIONAL REACTIONS OF PEOPLE INTERNED IN CONSEQUENCE OF HIV COMPLICATIONS Albuquerque, VLR; Wertman, S; Moura, EMM; Nunes, JP; Assistent Fund of Bank of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil P00662 EMOTIONAL STATE AND WAY OF COPING IN PATIENTS WITH AIDS AND HIV INFECTION Fukda, K; Tohoku University Health Center, Japan P00663 CHANGES IN COMMUNITY PERCEPTION AND EDUCATIONAL NEEDS ABOUT AIDS OBSERVED THROUGH A HOT-LINE IN MEXICO Carrillo, E; Diaz, M; Perez, J; Cipriano, B; del Rio, C; CONASIDA (National AIDS Council), Mexico PD0664 PSYCHOSOMATIC SYMPTOMS OF SERONEGATIVE HIV TESTEES Kuboyama, I; Tokyo Metropolitan Hachioji Health Center, Japan PD0665 SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS IN FAMILIES WITH HIV+ MEMBER (S) Muriuki, JM; Gathirwa, N; Odhiambo, D; Lenya, R; Muriithi, J; KAS (Know AIDS Society of Kenya), Kenya PD0666 PEOPLE'S PERCEPTION ABOUT SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR IN WESTERN UGANDA Mwesigye, B'; Neema, S; Kipp, W'; 'Ministry of Health; 2Child Health Development Center; 'Deutsche Gesell f Tech Zusammenarb (GTZ), Uganda PD0667 'COMMUNITY AIDS-AWARENESS PROGRAMME' (CAP) Rayapu, RB; 'Boss & Cipca' Organisations, India 230

Page  231 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0668 PREVENTION ON AIDS & STDS Shajahan, MD; SKS, Bangladesh PD0669 RISK PERCEPTION AND HIV VOLUNTARY TESTING Couteau, MJ; CESE, CNRS, France PD0670 GENDER RESPONSE TO HIV SEROPOSITIVITY Couvaras, S; Thompson, C; Salvato, P; Weil, J; Hasheeve, D; Morris, A; Houston Immuno Institute, USA P00672 DIMENSIONS OF KNOWLEDGE ON MODES OF HIV TRANSMISSION, BRAZIL 1993 Castilho, E'; Szwarcwald, C1; Lemes, C2; 'Oswaldo Cruz Foundation; 2Playboy/Editora Abril, Brazil PD0673 MOTIVATION WORKSHOPS FOR COMMERCIAL BLOOD DONORS: ALTERNATIVE SOURCE OF INCOME Bhattacharya, RD; Qureshi, O; Bhattacharjee, P; Shah, U; GAP; SIRMCE, India PD0674 KNOWLEDGE AND PREJUDICES ABOUT AIDS/HIV-INFECTION IN YOUNG ESPERANTO-SPEAKERS Brath, H; TEJO, Netherlands; LSG, UK PD0675 AIDS KNOWLEDGE AND BEHAVIOURS AMONG ITALIAN CALLED UP Carducci, A; Avio, CM; Balocchini, E'; Mazzotta, F; 'University of Pisa; 2USL 1OH, Italy P00676 YOUTH & AIDS Bhuiyan, MU; Jagannath University College, Bangladesh PD00677 RISK PERCEPTION AND PERSONALITY IN DRUG ADDICTS SUBJECTS HIV-NEGATIVE Del Maestro, A; Speranza, T; Giulianelli, M; Liberti, N; Galati, D; Visco, GL; Spallanzani Hosp, Italy PD0678 WHAT DO HIV INFECTED PERSONS AND PATIENTS DESIRE? Sakurai, H; Fukumura, M; Ito, A; Doi, R; Soda, K; Yokohama City Univ Japan P00679 HOW CAN WE IMPROVE PUBLIC AWARENESS OF AIDS? Takeuchi, KH; Deguchi, Y'; Hokkai-Gakuen University; 'Sapporo Indsl Machinery Co, Japan P00680 HUMAN FACTORS AND THE SPREAD OF HIV INFECTION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Soyinka, F; AOU IFE, Tilley-Gyado & FMOH, Nigeria PD0681 THE IMPORTANCE OF RISK PERCEPTION ON TAKING HIV-TEST Nakase, K'; Babazono, A2; Nagai, P; Tsuda, T2; Mino, Y2; 'Nada Health Center; 2Okayama Univ; 'Kobe Univ, Japan PD0682 STUDY OF PATIENT'S KNOWLEDGE AND RISK PERCEPTIONS ON HIV/AIDS Yen, B; University Hospital, Malaysia PD0683 ATTITUDINAL CHANGE EFFECTED THROUGH HIV EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR TEACHERS Meloot, J; Sankaran, S; Chandhok, K; DESH, India PD0684 CHILDREN'S VIEW OF AIDS IN RIO DE JANEIRO Zornitta, M; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil P00685 HOW TO TRANSFORM INFORMATION IN ACTION IN HIV/AIDS PREVENTION Re, MI; Pagani, L; Bianco, M; FundaciOn para Estudio e InvestigaciOn de la Mujer, Argentina P00686 PEOPLE'S PERCEPTION ABOUT SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR IN WESTERN UGANDA Mwesigye, B'; Neema, S'; Kipp, W'; 'Ministry of Health; 'Child Health Development Center; 'Deutsche Gesell f Tech Zusammenarb (GTZ); Uganda PD0687 GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES OF HIV IN GREECE Malliori, M; Kokkevi, A; Athens University, Greece PD0688 "ARE YOU AT RISK?" A SIMPLE GAME WHICH MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE Diomande, C'; Eiger, R'; Dogore, E2'; 'PSI/Ecoform; 'Peace Corps, Cote d'Ivoire PD0689 OVERVIEW OF STUDIES ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND BEHAVIORS RELATED TO AIDS/HIV AMONG JAPANESE Hamajima, N'; Tajima, K'; Munakata, T'; Murata, T'; Hiyama, T4; Jitsukawa, W'; 'Aichi Cancer Center Res Inst; 2Univ of Tsukuba; 'Shiraume Gakuen Coll; 'Osaka Adult Diseases Center; 'Japanese Quarantine Association, Japan PD0690 COPING STRATEGIES AND THE RISK OF HIV SEXUAL TRANSMISSION Bajos, N; Ducot, B; Javelle, S; Spira, A; ACSF, INSERM U 292, France PD0691 HEALTH CARE WORKER'S VERSUS GENERAL PUBLIC'S KNOWLEDGE OF HIV INFORMATION Seeley, P; Craig, D; Cobian, L; Sinnott, J; Greene, J; Univ South Florida, USA PD0692 BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSE TO THE IMPACT OF AIDS (STD) CAMPAIGNS Cruz, M; Nossa, P; Malta, P; Pombo, V; Delgado, F; Meligo-Silvestre, A; Geographical Inst-UC and Infectious Diseases Clinic-HUC, Portugal 231

Page  232 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0693 ATTITUDES TO AIDS: A PSYCHOMETRIC ANALYSIS Moriya, TM; Gir, E; Hayashida, M; University of Sao Paulo, Brasil PD0694 ITALIAN NATIONAL SURVEY ON SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AND RISK FOR HIV INFECTION Signorelli, C; Zantedeschi, E; Cattaruzza, SM; Osborn, JF; University" La Sapienza", Italy PD0695 KNOWLEDGE OF AIDS AND THE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR OF JAPANESE WHO SPENT TWO YEARS OVERSEAS Okamoto, N'; Jitsukawa, W2; Tajima, K3; 'Kanagawa Cancer Center; 2Japan Quarantine Association; 'Aichi Cancer Center, Japan PD0696 STUDIES ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR TO HIV/ AIDS IN YOKOHAMA PART 1 RESIDENTS IN YOKOHAMA CITY Nagao, N; Fujino, T; Kodama, R; Soda, K; Doi, R; Ito, A; Toba, M; Yokohama City Univ, Japan P00697 AIDS AND BEHAVIOR: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH Auerbach, JD; NAS, USA PD0698 RUSSIAN YOUTH, HIV AND SAFER SEX: A POTENTIAL EPIDEMIC! Lunin, I'; Hall, T2; Mandel, J2; Hearst, N2; 'Crisis Sexological Service for Adolescents, Russia; 2Univ of Calif, USA PD0699 PROMOTING SEXUAL DECISIONS TO REDUCE THE RISK OF HIV INFECTION WITH SIMULATION SOFTWARE Rothberg, MA: Sandberg, S; Awerbuch, T; Harvard Sch of Public Health, USA P00700 BEHAVIOR OF ADOLESCENTS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Trojan, O; Zverina J; Weiss, P; ABAS, Czech PD0701 A SURVEY ON THE SEXUAL PRACTICES, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS OF ADOLESCENTS IN THREE URBAN POOR COMMUNITIES Orande, HO; Foundation for Adolescent Development, Inc, Philippines PD0702 THE PROBLEMS OF CONDOM PROMOTION IN RUSSIA Lunina, I'; Lunin, 12; 'AIDS Prevention Project SVIRK; 2IPPF, Russia PD0703 COMMUNITY HIV/AIDS EDUCATION: MOVING FROM KNOWLEDGE TO BEHAVIOR CHANGE Salisbury, ZT; Bonifer-Tiedt, P; Peterson, K; American Red Cross, National Hdqs, USA PD0704 HOW AIDS IS ACCEPTED BY OUTPATIENTS IN A JAPANESE CITY HOSPITAL Yagi, S; Yagi Hospital, Japan PD0705 HETEROSEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND RISK PERCEPTION FOR HIV/AIDS IN ARGENTINIAN WOMEN Bianco, M; Gonzilez, C; Re, MI; FEIM, Argentina PD0706 CONSTRUCTION OF AIDS IMAGES IN JAPAN Mima, T; Magome, T; Institute for Medical Humanities, Japan PD0707 BEHAVIOR CHANGE AFTER KNOWLEDGE OF HIV SEROSTATUS Guimaraes, MDC'; Castilho, E2; Boschi, C2; Berbara, V'; Weinssenbacher, M4; 'UFMG; 2FIOCRUZ; 'INAMPS, Brazil; 4PAHO, USA PD0708 EXPECTED VERSUS ACTUAL HIV ANTIBODY TEST RESULTS Kalule, J'; Baryarama, F'; Tukwasibwe, EB'; Nabwiso, F'; Ikwap, T'; Marum, E2; Melinda, M2; 'AIDS Information Centre; 2CDC/USAID, Uganda PD0709 ADOLESCENTS AND AIDS: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CHANGING HIGH RISK BEHAVIORS Chittick, JB; Harvard University Graduate School of Education, USA P00710 KNOWLEDGE ABOUT HIV INFECTION AMONG PEOPLE IN TOCHIGI PREFECTURE: EFFECT OF EDUCATION TO IMPROVE THE DISCRIMINATION OF HIV PATIENTS Gunji, Y; Yamauchi, T; Kashii, Y; lizuka, A; Yanagisawa, M; Jichi Med School, Japan PD0711 HOW TO EVALUATE PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE OF HIV IN THE COMMUNITY Imamura, Y; Kaminaka Hospital, Japan PD0712 THE IMPACT OF IMAGES IN THE EDUCATION OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, REGARDING STDS AND AIDS Kembou, E'; Tamoufe, U'; Kaptue, L'; Djiena, A2; Kamouke, B; 'SidAlerte/Cameroun, Cameroon; 2Inspection Medico-scolaire Douala; 'Sage Femme Perpignan, France PD0713 GENDER NORMS AND SEXUAL RISK AMONG TEENAGERS IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Stempliuk, V'; Paiva, V1; Antunes, M'; Silveira, F'; Ballestrini, M'; Hearst, N2; 'NEPAIDS/University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; 2CAPS/University of California, San Francisco, USA PD0714 KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE SURVEY OF RURAL ADOLESCENTS Sharma, AK; Sehgal, VN; Kant, S; Chawla, SC; Prev and Soc Medi, India PD0715 RISKY BEHAVIOR AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT HIV-TRANSMISSION IN ST PETERSBURG Issaev, DD; Umirhanyan, J; Sexological Center, Russia 232

Page  233 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0716 CONDOM USE AND RISK PERCEPTION AMONG MALE TEENAGERS AND YOUNG ADULTS IN MEXICO Izazola-Licea, JA'; Veldez, M'; Soto, CA'; Ortiz, R'; Tolbert, K2; del Rio-Chiriboga, CA'; 'CONASIDA, 2The Population Council, Mexico PD0717 ATTITUDES OF AIDS ACTORS ON CONDOM USE IN PEMBA, ZANZIBAR Nassor, HS; Wazir, AA; Zanzibar AIDS Control Programme, Tanzania P00718 COMPARATIVE STUDY: CHANGES IN SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG PEOPLE IN RIO DE JANEIRO-BRAZIL (1992-1993) Linhares-Carvalbo, MI'; Carvalho N, L'; Parseghian, M'; Costa, SR'; Almeida, C2; 'Banco da Providencia da Arquidiocese do Rio de Janeiro; 2IBOPE, Brazil PD0719 AIDS AND DISEASE PERCEPTION IN ITALY Campanile, AM; Fazio, A; CNR Central Library, Italy PD0720 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF SCREENING HIV-ANTIBODY (AIDS) IN VENEREAL DISEASE PATIENTS Kongsin, S'; Dhiratayakinant, K2; 'Ministry of Public Health; 2Chulalongkorn University, Thailand PD0721 RISK PERCEPTION IN WOMEN ACCORDING TO THEIR MALE PARTNERS SEXUAL BEHAVIOR Izazola-Licea, JA; Basanez-Arriola, R; del Rio, C; CONASIDA, Mexico PD0722 THE EVALUATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND ANXIETY ON TAKING HIV TEST Tanihara, S'; Nakase, K2; Babazono, A'; Miyamoto, K2; Sawa, H3; 'Okayama Univ; 2Nada Health Center; 'Dept of Health, Aichi Pref, Japan PD0723 AIDS FROM THE GENDER PERSPETIVE Tovar Torres, N; Gonzalez, M; Dialogo Mujer, Colombia PD0724 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS ON PREJUDICE AGAINST AIDS: THROUGH A SURVEY ON THE ATTITUDE OF JAPANESE TOWARD SEX Yoshinaga, Y; Hayashi, M2; Tatsunami, S'; Yamada, K'; Yago, N'; 'Miyamae Public Health Center; St Marianna Univ School of Med; 2Juntendo Univ Med, Japan PD24: Psychotherapy and Counseling PD0725 MODEL OF PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR EMOTIONAL "CRISIS" CONDITIONS IN HIV-POSITIVE PATIENTS Garofoli, B'; de Bertolini, C'; Andreetto, U'; Scarso, C'; Saccavini, R'; Baldo, M'; Cadrobbi, P2; Realdon, P2; 'Univ of Padova; 2Padova General Hospital, Italy PD0726 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF HIV TESTING WITHOUT COUNSELLING Mudarikiri, MM; Harare Association for AIDS Affected Resource People, Zimbabwe; Systemic Psychotherapy, UK PD0727 A LIA 'S PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICE "EDUARDO PORTELLO PEREZ" FOR HIV/AIDS OR CRA PATIENTS Teson, NE; ALIA, Brazil PD0728 ROLE OF HELPLINE FOR HIV INFORMATION AND COUNSELLING IN UGANDA Byaruhanga, R; Ruranga, R; Mugyenyi, PN; Joint Clinical Research Centre, Uganda PD0729 FREE HEALTH COUNSELING SERVICE IN ENGLISH AND THAI AT A PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE CENTER Arase, K; Tsukuba Public Health Service Center, Japan PD0730 THE CHANGE IN DEMAND FOR HIV COUNSELING AND TESTING AMONG 20, 000 INNER CITY MINORITY PATIENTS AT COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, USA, 1987-1993 Cohen, G'; Sherer, R'; Cohen, M'; Williamson, M'; Albrecht, G2; 'Cook County HIV Primary Care Center; 2Univ of Illinois USA PD0731 ESTABLISHING HIV-COUNSELLING IN RUSSIA: OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES Savelyeva, MV'; Ribakov, V2; 'AESOP Ctr, Russia; 2SOROS Foundation, USA PD0732 EXPERIENCES IN PREPARING-A SELF-LEARNING MODULE FOR GRASS ROOTS WORKERS ON AIDS AND COUNSELLING Chitale, V; Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India PD0733 DEVELOPMENT OF AIDS COUNSELLING SERVICES IN RUSSIA Yulina, MV; Belyaeva, V; Ruchkina, E; Odinokova, I; Savchenko, I; Kravchenko, A; Russia AIDS Federal Centre, Russia PD0734 USE OF HIV COUNSELLING IN RURAL UGANDA Lainjo, B'; Wawer, MJ'; Lutalo, T2; Sewankambo, N'; Kelly, R'; 'Columbia Univ USA; 2Rakai Project, Uganda; 'Makerere Univ, Uganda PD0735 THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN HIV/AIDS BLOOD DONOR COUNSELLING Chihwai, D; Machamire, C; Magora, A; NGO, Zimbabwe PI0736 AIDS PREVENTION AND PASTORAL COUNSELING Maung, R; Pyone, MM; Myanmar Baptist Convention, Myanmar 233

Page  234 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0737 STD/HIV COUNSELLING SERVICE DEVELOPMENT FOR PRIVATE HOSPITALS IN THAILAND Murphy, M; ASIN, Thailand PD0738 EXPERIENCE IN A COUNSELLING UNIT FOR HIV-HIGH RISK INDIVIDUALS Polo, R; Capa, A; Martin, ML; Mufioz, M; Verdejo, J; Gonzalez-Lahoz, JM; CIC, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain PD0739 COUNSELLING BLOOD DONORS (VBD) TESTED HIV POSITIVE IN INDIA Pujari, S; Oak, V; Khatavkar, P; Pujari, P; Wahi, S; Workers of Health Plus (NGO), India PD0740 THE EFFECT OF COUNSELING ON HIV PREVALENCE AMONG BLOOD DONORS AT NAKASERO BLOOD BANK (NBB) Opollo, MS; Aciro, B; Kyeyune, D; NBB, Uganda PD0741 TRENDS IN ANONYMOUS HIV-COUNSELING AND TESTING 1985-1993 IN BERNE Schoep, M1; Gebhardt, M2; Kopp, C'; von Overbeck, J'; 'Medical Policlinic University Hospital, 2Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (SFOPH), Switzerland PD0742 THE IMPORTANCE OF COUNSELING ON HIV/AIDS IN A UNIT OF ANONIMOUS TESTING IN RIO DE JANEIRO Rodrigues, M; Silva, S; Freitas, L; Silva, C; Lima, C; Masson, S; Vasconcelos, A CTA-Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PD0743 HIV COUNSELLING SKILLS USED BY HEALTH CARE WORKERS IN ZAMBIA Baxter, P; Campbell, T; Kara Counselling & Training Trust, Zambia P00744 EFFICIENCY EVALUATION OF THE GROUP COUNSELING TECHNIQUES FOR THE MODIFICATION OF PROFESSIONAL ATTITUDES NOT ADEQUATE FOR STUDENTS OF PSYCHOLOGY Malagoli Togliatti, M; Clemente, A; Masci, M; Ardone, RG; Univ "La Sapeienza", Italy PD0745 GROUP COUNSELLING OF PEOPLE WITH HIV-LUSAKA, ZAMBIA Campbell, T; Chanda, C; Phiri, M; Mukosha, J; Sheth, G; Kara Counselling & Training Trust, Zambia PD0746 USE OF A NEW THEORETICAL MODEL IN HIV-COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY Zirulnik, J; Cahn, R; Soriano, S; Cahn, P; Hospital Fernandez, Argentina PD0747 NEW MODEL IN COUNSELLING HIV POSITIVE PERSONS USING A PERSONAL COMPUTER WITH MODEM Wainstein, C; Amed, MA; MCBA, Argentina PD0748 PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT OF COUNSELING MEDIA FOR HIV-INFECTED PERSONS Ngamvitayapong, J'; Uthaivoravit, W2; Sawanpanyalert, P2; Takahashi, H3; 'Chulalongkorn Univ; 2Chiangrai Hospital, Thailand; 3AMDA, Japan PD0749 THE RESPONSE OF CLIENTS BY GENDER TO HIV COUNSELLING AND TESTING IN KAMPALA, UGANDA Kabasharira, N; Marum, E; Moore, M; AIDS Information Centre, Uganda PD0750 REASONS FOR HIV TESTING AT AN ANONYMOUS TESTING SITE IN BRAZIL Lima, L; Souza, E; Passos, SL; Rocha Maia Municipal Hospital, Brazil PD0751 NATIONWIDE COUNSELING & TESTING (CT) IN UGANDA: COMPARISONS ACROSS SITES AND OVER TIME Moore, M'; Nabwiso, F2; Tukwasiibwe, E2; Kalule, J2; Marum, E3; 'CDC, USA; 2AIC, Uganda; 3CDC/USAID, Uganda PD0752 PROJECT TO PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC APPROACH TO FACE UP HIV/ AIDS DIAGNOSED PATIENTS Sosa, L; Acosta, MA; Lupo, S; Faculty of Medical Science, UNR, Argentina PD0753 AN ANCIENT INDIAN APPROACH TO HIV/AIDS PREVENTION Bagalkote, SG; Dharmadhikary, V; Kenyatta University, Kenya PD0754 COMMUNITIES PROMOTING AIDS COUNSELLING AND TESTING PROJECT (COMPACT) Sapanuchart, T Association for Strengthening Integrated National Health (ASIN), Thailand P00755 AN ASSESSMENT OF SATISFACTION OF CLINICAL RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS IN A LONG TERM STUDY Johnson, LM; UCSF, USA PD0756 SUICIDAL RISK ON AIDS PATIENTS: IMPORTANCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION Zornitta, M; Bastos, C; F de Siqueira, VH; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil PD0757 FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE COUNSELLING OF WOMEN INFECTED WITH HIV Kavuma, L; The Aids Support Organisation (TASO), Uganda PD0758 CARE AND SOCIAL SERVICES FOR HIV/AIDS Kalyebara, Joy N; AIC Kisenyi Complex, Uganda 234

Page  235 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0759 PRE-AND POST-TEST COUNSELING TO A DIVERSE GROUP OF HIV INFECTED POPULATION Purohit, A"2; Chakraborty, J2; Danner, R'; Hein, D'; Anderson, C3; Kiessling, A'; 'Harvard-Deaconess; 2Med Coil of OH; 'Boston Dept Health, USA PD25: Socio-cultural Factors Influencing Transmission PD0760 DOES CULTURE MATTER IN AIDS PREVENTION? Nemoto, T; University of California, San Francisco, USA PD0761 HOW SOCIO-CULTURAL BEHAVIOR NORMS AMONG PUERTO RICAN ADOLESCENTS INTERFERE WITH HIV PREVENTION EFFORTS Vera, M; Alegra, M; Castillo, X; Univ of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico P00762 INDIAN CULTURE AND AIDS AWARENESS PROGRAMMES Deore Patil, A; Bombay Municipal Corpn, India PD0763 AIDS AND BANGLADESH Ruhul, Q; Bangladesh Grameen Dustho Kalyan Sangstha, Bangladesh PD0764 HIGH RISK BEHAVIOR DURING CARNIVAL IN BRAZIL Hughes, V'; Stall, R2; Klouri, C'; Inglesi, E'; Taddei, J'; Hearst, N2; 'Sao Paulo State Health Secretariat, Brazil; 2University of California, San Francisco, USA P00765 AIDS PREVENTION CAMPAIGNS DURING CARNIVAL IN S PAULO, BRAZIL Inglesi, E; Pacca, J; Barbosa, R; Prebill, JR; S Paulo State Secretariat of Health, Brazil PD0766 THE ROLE OF INDONESIAN RELIGIOUS LEADERS TO PREVENT HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG THE COMMUNITY Matulessy, PF; Forina, PM; Lohy, J; Theodorus, R; Epidemiology Study Group for Nutrition & Health, Indonesia PD0767 THE COLLECTIVE DRAWING; A PROPOSAL FOR ANALYSIS OF HIV KABP Santos, CE; Trahtman, M; Costa, M; Fernandes, C; Community Health of Conceicao Hospital, Brazil PD0768 REACHING WOMEN IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO SAFER SEX Roitstein, F; Becker, J; International Planned Parenthood Fed/WHR, NY, USA PD0769 AN INVENTORY AND REVIEW OF STUDIES ON SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AND AIDS KABP IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC REGION Sarda, R'; Shrestha, DB'; Kerse, L'; Brown, T2; 'WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific; 2East-West Center, USA PD0770 IMPEDIMENTS TO HIV TESTING AMONG US LATINO ADULTS Grinstead, OA; Marin, BV; G6mez, CA; University of California, San Francisco, USA PD0771 SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS INFLUENCING HIV/AIDS TRANSMISSION Ndhlovu, A; Zimbabwe Red Cross Society, Zimbabwe PD0772 SEXUAL CULTURE, SEXUAL IDENTITY AND RISK-UNDERSTANDING YOUNG PEOPLE'S RESPONSES TO HIV: INITIAL FINDINGS FROM WHO/GPA MULTI-SITE STUDIES Aggleton, PJ'; Malcolm, A'; Dowsett, G'; Schifter, J4; Tan, M'; Jenkins, C6; Runganga, A'; Marshall, MT'; Abega, S-C'; 'WHO Geneva, Switzerland; 2AIDS Council of NSW; 'Macquarie Univ; Australia; 4ILPES, Costa Rica; 5HAIN, Philippines; 'Institute of Medical Research, Papua New Guinia; 7Blair Research Institute Harare, Zimbabwe; 'CORSAPS, Chile; 9Universite de Yaounde, Cameroon PD0773 RISKY SEXUAL PRACTICES OF NORTHERN THAI MEN AND WOMEN: PRELIMINARY RESULTS Im-Em, W; Australian National University, Australia PD0774 KAPB SURVEY RELATED TO HIV/AIDS IN 4 SLUM POPULATIONS OF RIO DE JANEIRO Fernandes, J; Pereira, M; Vallinoto, T; Fonseca, A; ABIA/ SES-RJ/SMS-RJ, Brazil TRADITIONS PRACTICES AND AIDS IN KENYA Abol, TO'; Lenya, RG'; Menya, PA2; 'TAPWAK; 2POWOTA, Kenya PD0775 Nkaangi, AN2; PD0776 TRADITIONAL CULTURE AND AIDS EDUCATION IN CAMEROON Kengmo, P; Lurie, M; Metangmo, P; Johns Hopkins University, USA PD26: AIDS Orphans PD0777 FOLLOW-UP DISRUPTION IMPACT UPON AIDS ORPHAN, IN KINSHASA, ZAIRE Baangi, M2; Nkusu, M'; Kol, M'; 'Projet SIDA; 'National AIDS Program, Zaire PD0778 RESPONSE TO THE PLIGHT OF AIDS ORPHANS IN KENYA Muriithi, J; Gathirwa, N; Odhiambo, D; Angienda, M; AIDS Orphans Support Organization, Kenya 235

Page  236 TRACK D: Impact, Societal Response, and Education PD0779 PD29: Methods in Social/Behavioral Research CARE OF ABANDONED INFANTS WITH SYMPTOMATIC HIV INFECTION Vithayasai, V; Vithayasai, P; Support The Children Foundation, Thailand PD0780 PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY AIDS ORPHANS AND THEIR GUARDIANS MOROGORO URBAN IN TANZANIA Lyimo, CS; Ukende, MK; Mkuyu, MN; Lyimo, H; Ministry of Health Tanzania, Tanzania PD0781 CARE FOR HIV POSITIVE ORPHANS AT NYUMBANI HOSPICE Mwangi, FW; Nyumbani Hospice, Kenya PD0782 GREAT CONCERN OVER AIDS ORPHANS (VULNERABLE GROUP) IN KASAMA Tibenderana, RK; UNV Home base care (and Support)] Specialist, Zambia PD0783 AIDS ORPHAN'S SOCIAL AND HEALTH IMPACT, IN KINSHASA, ZAIRE Baangi, M2; Mbuene, D'; MandaLa, N'; Kol, M'; 'Projet SIDA; 2National AIDS Program, Zaire PD27: Hemophilia PD0784 SEXUAL PRACTICES AMONG LATINO MEN WITH HEMOPHILIA Hoffman, V'; Marin, BV'; Baker, J2; Mandel, J'; Vallejo-Alviso, L'; Parra, L'; 'University of California, SF; 'Region IX Hemophilia Program; 'Hemophilia Foundation, USA PD00785 THE STRUCTURE OF HIV-CONTAMINATED-CONCENTRATES-CAUSED SUFFERINGS AFFECTING LIVES OF HEMOPHILIACS AND THEIR FAMILIES IN JAPAN Makino, T; et al; Nagano University, Japan PD0786 HIV-INFECTION AND ITS MEDICAL CARE AMONG HEMOPHILIACS IN JAPAN Katahira, K'; Makino, T2'; et al; 'Tokyo Medical and Dental Univ; 'Nagano Univ, Japan PD0787 THE USE OF THE TA EGOGRAM WITH JAPANESE HEMOPHILIACS WITH AIDS/ HIV+ Shirai, S; Fukutake, K; Yamashita, Y; Tokyo Medical College Hospital, Japan PD0788 OUTCOMES OF THE HOTLINE FOR HEMOPHILIACS WITH HIV IN JAPAN Ikegami, M"2; Ohta, Y'; Ishigami, W"2; Okamoto, K"2; Yashiki, K"'; Gotoh, M'; 'CARES; 2Japan HIV Center,, Japan PD0789 RELIABILITY OF ADOLESCENT HIV BEHAVIORAL SELFREPORTS Collins, J'; Davis, N2; Kann, L'; Warren, C'; 'CDC; 2Princeton University, USA PD0790 STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE RESEARCH ON BEHAVIORAL ISSUES IN HIV VACCINE TRIALS Pequegnat, W; Stover, E; National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA PD0791 RELIABILITY & VALIDITY OF DRUG USERS' SELF-REPORT OF RISK Dowling-Guyer, S; Johnson, M; Fisher, D; Andersen, M; Watters, J; Williams, M; Kotranski, L; Booth, R; Rhodes, F; Weatherby, N; et al; University of Alaska Anchorage, USA P00792 EUROPEAN MULTILINGUAL THESAURUS ON AIDS AND HIV Pluskwa, D'; Jayle, D'; Madsen, P2; Clerc, F'; Akehurst, C4; de Wit, P'; Bertrand-Baschwitz, T6; Mirabet, M'; Shotton, P8; 'Centre Regional d'Information et de Prevention du Sida; 'Aids-Info, ODENSE; 'ARCAT-Sida, France; 'Bureau of Hyg& Trop Dis, UK; 'NISSO, Netherland; 'RESODOC, Belgium; 'Sida - Studi, Spain; "ACSP, Canada; P00793 SEX EDUCATION-EFFECTIVE TOOL IN SEXUAL HEALTH AMONG TEENAGERS IN ZIMBABWE Jijide, J; Society for AIDS Affected Children, Zimbabwe PD0794 DISSEMINATION OF HIV PREVENTION RESEARCH FINDINGS TO PRIMARY HEALTH CARE WORKERS Faugier, J; Cranfield, S; Butterworth, CA; University of Manchester, UK PD0795 VALIDATION OF POPULATION SURVEYS Konings, E'; Bantebya, G2; Bagenda, D2; 1Institut universitaire de medecine sociale et preventive, Switzerland; 2Makerere Univ, Uganda PD0796 MODES OF ARTICULATION OF QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE METHODS IN AIDS AND SEXUALITY RESEARCH Agrafiotis, D; Avgeridis, K; Koulierakis, G; Manti, P; Pantzou, P; Siontorou, V; Tselepi, Ch; Athens School of Public Health, Greece HIV INFECTION AND SEXUAL PRACTICES: A CRITICAL EVALUATION Gir, E; Moriya, TM; Figueiredo, MAC; Duarte, G; University of Sao Paulo, Brazil A PSYCHOANALYTICAL APPROACH TO EVALUATION Tardy, L; Cnerabi, K'; 'CIE & Lamutualite, France PD0797 PD0798 236

Page  237 INDEX OF SPEAKERS AND MODERATORS Plenary Round-table Special Recent Report Tenth Anniversary Special Evening Special Recent Report Special Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions Sessions

Page  238 ABRAMS, Donald: RT22 ADRIEN, Alix H: RT28 AKERELE, Olayiwola: RT29 ALTMAN, Dennis: PS25 ANDERSEN, Terkel: RT27 ANDERSON, Sandra: RT24 AWINO, Juliet: RT7 BACHA, Abdelkader: RT31 BAGASAO, Teresita MF: RT6 BAIN, Bredan: RT5 BALDO, Mariella: RT17 BALSLEY, James F: SR2 BANDA, Mazuwa A: PS29 BERNARD, Bal MF: RT6 BERTOZZI, Stefano M: PS30 BHAMARAPRAVATI, Natth: RT14 BIANCO, Mabel: RT16 BIBERFELD, Gunnel: RT15 BLAKE, Dorothy: ES2 BLANCHE, Stephane: PS11 BOLOGNESI, Dani P: PS4 BRABAZON, Claudia: RT1 BRAGMAN, Keith: RT19 BRUNET, Jean B: RT12 CAMPBELL, lan D: RT31 CARR, Andrew: RT2 CHEEKS, Albert: RT29 CHENG-MAYER, Cecilia: RT9 CHIMUSORO, Auxillia: RT10 CHIN, James: RT12 CLARK, Martina: RT7 COATES, Thomas J: RT5 COHEN, Jon: RT20 COOPER, David A: RT25 COOPER, Ellen: RT22 CURRAN, James W: RT12 D'SOUZA, Sunil C: RT10 DE CLERCQ, Erick: RT19 DE LA CONCEPCION, Juan Carlos: RT10 de VINCENZI, Isabelle: RT26, SR3 DEANE, Marva: RT17 DENISON, Rebecca: RT7 du GUERNY, Jacques: ES2 DWYER, John: RT22 EBERLE, Josef: SR1 ELIAS, Christopher: SS2 EL SADR, Waafa: RT26 ERICKSON, John: RT19 ESPARZA, Jos6 M: RT14 FARTHING, Charles A: RT2 FAUCI, Anthony S: PS2 FENYO, Eva-Marie: RT9 FERNANDES, Maria Eug6nia: RT30 FILGUEIRAS, Ana: PS21 FRANK, Richard: RT30 FULTZ, Patricia N: RT11 GALLO, Robert C: TS1, RT18 GALVAO, Jane: RT31 GATAWA, Bernard SM: RT17 GATELL, Jose: PS26 GAYLE, Helene: TS3 GBODOSSOU, Eric: RT29 GEORGE, James R: SR1 GIRARD, Marc: RT8 GISSMANN, Lutz: PS14 GONZALES, Gustavo: SS1 GOUDSMIT, Jaap: PS23 GREENBERG, Philip: RT18 HAASE, Ashley T: PS16 HABERMEHL, Karl-Otto: RT11 HAOUR-KNIPE, Mary H: RT28 HARRINGTON, Mark: RT25 HATANAKA, Masakazu: PS1 5,TS1 HAYAMI, Masanori: RT11 HENNESSEY, Patrick WN: ES1 HERNANDEZ, Juan J: TS2 HERNDIER, Brian G: SR3 HIMMICH, Hakima: PS27 HIRA, Subhash: RT13 HIRSCH, Ivan: RT21 HO, David D: PS10 HODEL, Derek: RT14 HOFF, Rodney: RT14 HOGAN, Carlton: RT22 HOSEIN, Sean R: RT1 HOUSE, Sahara: RT10 HUNTER, Joyce: RT16 KAGNOFF, Martin F: RT21 KAHN, James: RT1 KALLINGS, Lars O: TS3 KANESHIMA, Hideto: RT11 KARKARIA, Bachi: RT20 KATAHIRA, Kiyohiko: RT27 KITAMURA, Takashi: RR1, 2 KIYONO, Hiroshi: RT21 KLATZMANN, David: RT18 KOCH, Egmont R: RT27 KOCHI, Arata: RT32 KOJIMA, Hiroyuki: RT13 KPOGNON, Auguste: RT30 KREISS, Joan: RT3 KUHN, Dana: RT27 KURIMURA, Takashi: RT21 KURTH, Reinhard: RT11 LACAOLACAO, Fely: RT4 LAGA, Marie: RT3 LAMBORAY, Jean-Louis: TS3 LANE, H Clifford: RT25 LANGE, Joep: RT25, SR2 LEE, Karen J: PS22 LEVY, Jay A: TS1 LEWIS, David JM: RT21 LONGO, Paulo H: T23 LU, Shan: RT8 LU, Wei-Bo: RT29 MACKAY, Timothy J: RT31 MANE, Purnima: RT16, SS2 MANN, Jonathan: TS2 MARQUEZ, Araceli: RT7 MASTRO, Timothy D: RT3 MATHIESEN, Lars: RT25 MATSUDA, Mizuho: RT23 MAYER, Allen J: RT2 MBIDDE, Edward K: RT14 MBOUP, Souleymane: RT15, SR1 MERATI, Tuti: RT5 MERSON, Michael H: PS1 MERTEN, Thierry: RT12 MESQUITA, Fabio: RT4 MICHAEL, Susai: RT31 MINAMI, Hiroko: RT24 MSISKA, R: TS3 MITSUYA, Hiroaki: RT19 MIYAMOTO, Koji: RT29 MONTAGNIER, Luc: TS1 MONTEIRO, Simone S: RT17 MONZON, Ofelia: RT15 MORGAN THOMAS, Ruth G: RT23 MORI, Shigeo: SR3 MORRISON, Ken: RT5 MORTON, Oliver: RT20 MOSS, Ronald B: RR1 MOTUS, Maria Nenette H: RT28 MUGO, Mukami: RT30 MWINGA, Alwyn G: RT32 NARAYANAN, Palaniappan: PS28 NASSER, Karen: RT4 NDOYE, Ibra: RT13 NGCONGCO, Vuyelwa N: RT24 NGEOW, Yun-Fong: PS7 NIANG, Cheikh Ibrahima: SS2 NWASHILI, Pearl 0: RT16 OGEN, John KA: RT20 OISHI, Toshihiro: RT10 OKAMOTO, Takashi: RT9 O'MALLEY, Jeffrey W: TS3 ONUKI, Daisuke: ES1 OSORIO-RAMIREZ, Marco A: PS12 PAAVONEN, Jorma: RT13 PATKAR, Priti: PS20 PAUL, William E: PS9 PEDERSEN, Court: RT2 PERRIN, Luc H: RT2 PETERLIN, B Matija: RT9 PETZER, Shane: RT23 PHANUPHAK, Praphan: RT22 PlOT, Peter: PS6, SR1 PORTS, Suki Terada: RT6 RANA, Sujata RL: RT4 RECTOR, Richard H: RT28 REICHMAN, Lee: RT32 ROBINSON, Noah J: RT3 RONALD, Allan R: RT13 ROSENBERG, Debra: RT27 RUNGANGA, Agnes: RT26 SAAG, Michael S: RT1 SABATIER, Renee: PS19 SARELLANO, Claudia Colimoro: RT23 SATTENTAU,Quentin S: RT8 SCHOCHETMAN, Gerald: RT15 SERRA, Marcio S: SS1 SHIMAO, Tadao: RT32 SIMON, Yolanda: RT7 SIRIPOON-SOZANSKI, Mayuree: RT24 SLOOTBEEK, Jeanette: RT16 SMITH, Catherine: SS1 SNEE, Thomas H: RT24 STEIMER, Kathelyn S: RT8 STEPHENSON, Judith: RT26 STEVENSON, Mario: RT9 STEIN, Zena A: PS5 SULIGOI, Barbara: RT26 SUNDARARAMAN, Swaminathan: RT5 SUWUNJUNDEE, Junsuda: TS2 SY, Elhadj As: RT6 TAJIMA, Kazuo: SR3 TAKAKU, Fumimaro: TS3 TAKATA, Noboru: SS1 TAKEDA, Bin: RT17, ES3 TAMASHIRO, Hiko: RT15 TAN, Michael L: PS13 TEO, Freddie TH: RT10 THAKUR JANAKSINGH, Vijay: RT30 THYAGARAJAN, Sadras P: RT29 TOVAR-REYES, Jamie: RT28 UNGCHUSAK, Kumnuan: RT12 UNGPHAKORN, Jon: PS8 VACCA, Joseph P: RT19 van der GROEN, Guido: SR1 van DUIFHUIZEN, Rinske: RT28 VELEZ, Andrew: ES1 VELLA, Stefano: PS3 VOIGT, Robert: SS1 VOLBERDING, Paul A: PS17 WAINBERG, Mark A: PS24 WAINIKESA, Laisiasa: RT6 WASSERHEIT, Judith N: RT3 WEISS, Ellen: SS2 WODAK, Alexander D: RT4 WONG-STAAL, Flossie: PS18, RT18 WYAND, Michael S: RT8 YAMADA, Kaneo: SR2 YASUDA, Yukuo: RT27 YOSHIHARA, Namiko: SR1 ZAVRIEW, Laurence: RT20 ZEKENG, Leopold: SR1 SIndex refers to session number 238

Page  239 INDEX OF AUTHORS

Page  240 AAARP, Support Group: PD0726 AADLAND, Regina A.: PB0940 ABAD, Elena: PA0270 ABAQUIN, Juanito Martin N.: PD0568 ABBATE, Isabella: 127A ABBAZIA, Leonardo L.A.: PB0733 ABDEL-HAMID, Mohamed: PA0150 ABDEL-HAMID, Mohamed: PB0387 ABDUL AZIZ, Mohd Nasir: PD0198 ABE, Masakazu: PA0160 ABE, Masakazu: 541A ABE, Shin-Ichiro: PB0841 ABE, Shiro: PB0856 ABE, Tsukasa: 543A ABEDNEGO, Hadi M.: PC0059 ABENI, Damiano D.: PC0227 ABESAMIS, Chris: PB0380 ABESAMIS, Criselda G.: PC0003 ABLASHI, Dharam V.: 333B ABLASHI, Dharam V.: 507A ABO, Toru: PA0139 ABO, Toru: PAO140 ABOL, Thomas: PD0248 ABOL, Thomas O.: PD0462 ABOL, Thomas O.: PD0775 ABONGWA, Judith N.: PD0092 ABOSSOLO, B.R.: PD0441 ABOULKER, Jean-Pierre: 164A ABOUYA, Lucien: 104C ABRAHAM, Andrew A.: PB0815 ABRAHAM, Thomas: PD0259 ABRAHAM, Thomas: PD0325 ABRAMS, Donald: PB0821 ABRAMS, Donald: PB0835 ABRAMS, Donald: PC0199 ABRAMS, Donald I.: PD0066 ABRAMS, Elaine: PC0167 ABRAMS, Michael: 113A ABRAMS, William R.: PA0108 ABREU, Candida: PB0696 ABREU, Claudia M.: PD0494 ABREU, William: PB0169 ABREU, William: PB0627 ABREU, William B.: PB0485 ABREU, Willian B.: PB0649 ABUD, Sergio: P00099 ABUD, Sergio: PC0498 ACCORDINI, A.: PB0537 ACCORSI, Walter R.: PB0878 ACENG, Ester: 2200 ACEVEDO, Hector L.: PD0322 ACHIRON, A.: PA0162 ACHSTETTER, Tilman A.T.: PA0058 ACIRO, Balbina: PD0740 ACKAH, Alain: 1040 ACKAH, Alain: 408B ACKERMAN, Kelly: 424A ACOSTA, Maria: PD0752 ACOUSTA, Edward P.: PB0473 ACSF INVESTIGATORS: PC0271 ADACHI, A.: 196A ADACHI, A.: 251A ADACHI, A.: PA0144 ADACHI, Akio: PA0008 ADACHI, Akio: 016A ADACHI, Akio: 352A ADACHI, Akio: 529A ADACHI, M.: PA0341 ADACHI, M.: PA0307 ADACHI, Masakasu: PAO119 ADACHI, Yoshifumi: PA0048 ADAM, A.: PB0587 ADAMS, Irene: PC0418 ADAMS, Irene K.: PC0415 ADAMS, Maurice: PC0408 ADAMS, Ortwin: PAOO20 ADDAWE, Mohammed D.: PA0360 ADDERLY, Beatrice: PD0655 ADDY, Patrick A-K: PB0508 ADEGBOYE, Ajibola A.: PD0033 ADEKUNLE, Lola: PD0644 ADENIYI, Joshua D.: PD0644 ADIB, Salim M.: P00055 ADJEI, Ohene: PC0553 ADJIDE, Crespin: PB0543 ADRIAANS, Leonora G.: PD0203 ADRIEN, A.: 191D ADRIEN, Alix: PC0297 ADRIEN, M.: PC0183 ADRIEN, M.: PC0540 ADRIEN, M.: 365C ADUWA, Petronila A.: PD0462 ADU-SARKODIE, Yaw: PD0318 AEBISCHER, Maria Luisa: PB0361 AFANE ZE, E.: PA0079 AFESSA, Bekele: PB0714 AFZELIUS, Pia: 090A AGARWAL, J.G.: PC0165 AGARWAL, Sudhir: PA0354 AGARWALA, Arun: PB0901 AGARWALA, Arun K.: PB0134 AGBABA, Onder: PC0400 AGEMATSU, Ryuji: PDO405 AGGARWAL, K.K.: PD0323 AGGARWAL, Om Prakash: 418D AGGLETON, Peter: PD0118 AGGLETON, Peter: PD0239 AGGLETON, Peter J.: PD0772 AGHAGA, Michael O.: PD0137 AGINS, Bruce: PC0279 AGNIHOTRI, S.: PB0425 AGNOLETTO, Vittorio E.: 575D AGOH, Justine: 551D AGRAFIOTIS, Demosthenes D.: PD0796 AGRAWAL, Sudhir X.: 109A AGREN, Gunnar: PC0142 AGUAYO, Mariano: PB0158 AGUILAR, Francisco: PD0654 AGUT, Henri: 244A AGY, Michael B.: 197A AHLERS, Christoph M.: PB0285 AHLIN, Peder: PC0318 AHMAD, Seyed A.: PB0852 AHMAD, Shabbir: 130A AHN, D.: 081B AHOUANTO, Marie: PB0857 AHOUANTO, Marie: PB0859 AHOUANTO, Marie: PD0591 AI, Everett: 332B AIBAR, Carlos C.: PD0409 AIHARA, Koutoku: PA0307 AIHARA, Koutoku: PA0341 AIT-KHALED, Mounir: 523A AlUTI, Alessandro: 245A AIUTI, F.: PA0289 AIUTI, F.: PC0107 AIUTI, Fernando: PB0254 AIUTI, Fernando: PB0337 AIYELARI, Olusoji: PD0547 AIZAWA, Fumie: PD0073 AIZAWA, Yuzuru: PD0073 AJANA, Faiza: PB0592 AJASSA, Camilla: PB0075 AJISAWA, Atsushi: PB0031 AJISAWA, Atsushi: PB0109 AJISAWA, Atsushi: PD0206 AJISAWA, Atushi: 275B/D AJISAWAHI, Atsushi: PD0389 AKADA, Hiromasa: PD0073 AKAFOMO, Virginie: PDO117 AKAFOMO, Virginie: PD0403 AKAGAWA, Kiyoko: PA0O016 AKAGAWA, Kiyoko: PA0279 AKAGI, K.: PB0366 AKAG I, Tsuyoshi: PAO0166 AKAJI, K.: PA0299 AKAMATSU, Seiji: PA0341 AKAMBA, Jean Jacques: 069C AKAMBA, Jean-Jacques: PD0361 AKANMU, Sulaiman A.: PD0547 AKARASEWI, Pasakorn: PB0312 AKATANI, Kaoru: PAO215 AKATANI, Kaoru: PB0317 AKAZAWA, Rieko: PA0275 AKBAR, Muhammad: PB0194 AKDAR, Navid: PB0572 AKEHURST, Caroline: PD0792 AKER, Ertugrul: PC0391 AKERKAR, Anand: PB0420 AKINSETE, Ibironke: PC0380 AKRABAWI, Salim: PB0178 AKRIDGE, Robert: PA0271 AKSU, Yalcin: PC0391 AKUMU, Helida: PD0260 AKUSTU, Yasuyuki: PB0251 ALAGIAKRISHNAN, Kannayiram: PB0919 ALAGIAKRISHNAN, Rajathi: PB0919 ALAIE-PETRILLO, Adrienne: PB0560 ALBA, L.: PB0248 ALBA, Lucia: PB0272 ALBERS, Carolien E.: PDO401 ALBERS, Carolien E.: 571D ALBOV, Aleksei P.: 490D ALBRECHT, Gary L.: PD0730 ALBRECHT, Helmut: PB0187 ALBUQUERQUE, Vera: PD0660 ALBUQUERQUE, Vera Lucia: PD0661 ALCABES, Philip: 336B ALCABES, Philip: 428B ALCAMI, J.: PB0846 ALCAMI, Jose: PAO101 ALCANTARA, Valeria G.: P00028 ALCHORNE, Mauricio: PB0108 ALDANA, Alma: PD0165 ALDANA, Alma: PD0654 ALDEGUER, Xavier: PC0136 ALDRICH, Paul E.: 320A ALEGRIA, Margarita: PDOOO2 ALEGRIA, Margarita: PD0761 ALESSANDRO, Fedele: PB0807 ALEXANDER, James: PC0412 ALEXANDRE, Guy P.: 551D ALEXANDRE, Yves: P00048 ALEXANDRE, Yves-Pierre: 551D ALEXIUS, Birgitta: 468C ALFANDARI, Serge: PB0592 ALFONZO NUNEZ, Ricardo: PB0550 ALl, Moh'D: PD0452 ALI, Muh'D S.: PC0510 ALl, Nabil A.: P00056 ALIMA, Ngwele J.: PD0631 ALIX, Jane: 122C ALl-SALAD, Abdi-Kamal: P00044 ALLAVENA, Clothilde: PB0063 ALLEGRE, Thierry: PB0128 ALLELY, Eric: PC0306 ALLEN, David: PB0699 ALLEN, Susan: PB0849 ALLEN, Susan: PC0292 ALLI, Mabel: P00046 ALLIEGRO, Barbara: P00007 ALMEIDA, Antonio C.: PD0564 ALMEIDA, Cecilia: PD0718 ALMEIDA, Claudete: PC0190 ALMEIDA, Claudete: PC0500 ALMEIDA, Eneida S.: P00028 ALMEIDA, Eros: PB0649 ALMEIDA, Vagner: PD0154 ALOIA, Roland C.: PA0102 ALONSO, George: PB0679 ALONSO, Luiza: 061D ALPHONSE, Rurangirwa: PB0570 ALTENEDER, Ruth R.: PD0601 ALTERI, Enrica: PA0327 ALTICE, Frederick: PC0324 ALTICE, Frederick: PD0519 ALTICE, Frederick L.: PD0522 ALTMAN, Dennis: PS25 ALTMEYER, Ralf M.: 249A ALTOMONTE, Maresa: PA0263 ALTSCHULER, Stuart: PD0385 ALTSCHULER, Stuart R.: PD0437 ALTWEGG, Martin: 203B ALVARADO DIEZ, Rocio: PB0273 ALVARADO DIEZ, Rocio: PB0758 ALVARADO DIEZ, Rocio: PB0909 ALVARADO-DIEZ, Rocio: PB0177 ALVARADO-DIEZ, Rocio: PB0260 ALVARADO-DIEZ, Rocio: PB0768 ALVARADO-DIEZ, Rocio: PB0796 ALVAREZ CASADO, Juan Jose: PB0675 ALVAREZ CASADO, Juan Jose: PB0677 ALVAREZ DE WELDEFO, Alicia: PD0419 ALVAREZ, Manta: PD0365 ALVARIZA, Maria C.: PB0703 240

Page  241 ALVES, Luiz A.: PCO116 ALVES, Maria: PC0434 ALVES, Rosilda: 102B/D ALVING, Carl: PA0373 AL-JABRI, Ali A.: PA0090 AMAGAI, Hatsuo: 111A AMAGAI, Takashi: 246A AMANCIO, Olga: PB0899 AMANO, Keiko: PD0557 AMANO, Kouji: 483B AMANO, Teruaki: PB0645 AMARJOTHI, -: PD0354 AMARO, Denise: PD0640 AMARO, Fausto R.: PD0078 AMATTAYAKUL, Natthaya: PB0682 AMAWATTANA, Tipawadee: PD0555 AMBU, Silvia: PB0576 AMED, Miguel A.: PD0747 AMEGLIO, Franco: PA0284 AMEGLIO, Franco: 017A AMEGLIO, Franco: 127A AMENGUAL, M. Jose: PA0267 AMI, Sayuri: PD0636 AMI, Yasushi: PA0144 AMI, Yasushi: 251A AMI, Yoshihiro: PA0161 AMIEL, Corinne: PA0123 AMIEL, Corinne: PB0632 AMIEL, Corinne: PB0712 AMIEL, Corinne: PD0094 AMINE, Slim: PC0611 AMIRI, Jane W.: PD0541 AMMANN, Rudolf: 203B AMORIM, Analia: PD0315 AMPEL, Neil M.: PB0654 AMPOFO, William: 383A AMPONSAH, Kwaku: PC0517 AMPY, Leonard: 562C AMRI, E.: PD0474 AMUNDSEN, Frances: PD0516 AN, S.F.: P80212 ANAGONOU, Severin Y.: PB0708 ANAND, Aramugam: PD0553 ANAND, Aramugam: PD0579 ANAND, Dharm: PDO300 ANCARANI, Fausto: 385B ANCELLE-PARK, Rosemary A.: PC0254 ANCELLE-PARK, Rosemary A.: 122C ANCELOT, Jacqueline: PD0591 ANCONA, Carla: PC0227 ANDERSEN, Marcia: PD0791 ANDERSON, Barry D.: 056B ANDERSON, Barry D.: 516B ANDERSON, Carol-Gay: PA0345 ANDERSON, Curt: PD0759 ANDERSON, David: PB0067 ANDERSON, David: 193A ANDERSON, David W.: 256B ANDERSON, John E.: PC0536 ANDERSON, Rachel: PDO510 ANDERSON, Rachel L.: PC0468 ANDERSON, Rachel L.: PDO500 ANDERSON, Robert E.: PB0828 ANDERSON, Roger D.: PB0284 ANDERSON, Roy: PC0261 ANDERSON, S.: PC0506 ANDERSON, Sandra: PB0969 ANDERSON, Sandra V.: PD0264 ANDERSON, Steve: 531A ANDERSSON, Soren: PA0151 ANDERSSON, Soren: 247A ANDO, Shuichi: PA0068 ANDO, Shuichi: PB0277 ANDO, Shuji: PB0356 ANDO, Yasutaka: PB0518 ANDO, Yoshiya: PB0792 ANDOH, Ayako: PB0417 ANDOH, Yoshiki: PB0299 ANDOM, Martha: PD0432 ANDRADAS, Virginia: PB0283 ANDRADE-NETO, Jose Luiz: PC0358 ANDRADE, Adriana S.A.: PB0572 ANDRADE, Julio: PC0405 ANDRADE, Julio C.: PC0416 ANDRADE, Julio C.: 236C ANDRADE, Monica: PB0698 ANDRADE-ARZABE, Ronald: PB0695 ANDRADS AIZABE, Ronald: PB0346 ANDREETTO, Umberto: PDO210 ANDREETTO, Umberto: PD0725 ANDREEV, Sergei: PA0303 ANDREEV, Sergei M.: PA0203 ANDREEV, Sergei M.: PAOOO9 ANDREEV, Sergey: PB0382 ANDREEV, Sergey: PC0614 ANDREEV, Sergey M.: PB0416 ANDREONI, Massimo: PB0904 ANDREWS, Laurie: PB0608 ANDREWS, Laurie J.: PB0929 ANDRIEU, Jean-Marie: 157B ANDRIEU, Jean Marie: PB0298 ANDRIEU, Jean-Marie: 021A ANDRZEJEWICZ, Adam: PB0093 ANGARANO, Gioacchino: PB0689 ANGELATS, Jaume: PD0597 ANGELES, Ruben E.: PD0331 ANGELICI, Elena: PA0125 ANGELONI, Pasquale: PB0361 ANGELONI, Ulrico: PB0361 ANGEVIN, Eric: 578A ANGIENDA, Mary: PD0218 ANGIENDA, Mary A.: PD0778 ANGLIN, Douglas: PC0468 ANGLIN, Douglas: PD0510 ANGUENOT, Mark: 172D ANIL, Sukumaran: PC0427 ANIMASHAUN, Rafiat: PC0380 ANNE, Serre: 395C ANNELL, Anders E.: PC0016 ANON, Kiku: PC0468 ANON, Kiku: PD0510 ANSAH, Jane: PC0517 ANSARI, Mohammed Amin A.W.: PB0789 ANSELMINO, Valentin: PD0271 ANSOTEGUI, Ignacio J.: PA0289 ANTOINE, Genevieve: PD0434 ANTOINE, Genevieve: PC0592 ANTOINE, Genevieve: PC0593 ANTOLIN, Jose: PB0329 ANTON, Elizabeth: 424A ANTONELLI, Guido: PA0297 ANTONELLI, Guido: PA0334 ANTONENKO, Svetlana: PA0077 ANTONUCCI, Giorgio: PB0694 ANTONUCCI, Giorgio: 405B ANTONYSAMY, L.: PD0192 ANTUNES, Carlos: PC0405 ANTUNES, Carlos: PC0416 ANTUNES, Carlos M.: PB0085 ANTUNES, Carlos M.: P00032 ANTUNES, Carlos M.: PC0189 ANTUNES, Carlos M.: 236C ANTUNES, Carlos M.F.: 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MUSSI-PINHATA, Marisa M.: PB0440 MUSSI-PINHATA, Marisa M.: PB0449 MUSUNGU, Mary: PC0303 MUSVAIRE, Praise: PB0236 MUTALE, Baldwin: PB0875 MUTAMBI, Aron: PC0303 MUTEMBEI, Bazi: PD0274 MUTHIAH, P.: PD0192 MUTO, Takashi: PD0648 MUTO, Takashi: 576D MUTO, Tatsuya: PD0635 MUURAHAINEN, Norma: PB0761 MUURAHAINEN, Norma: PB0913 MUURAHAINEN, Norma: 431B MUURAHAINEN, Norma E.: PB0895 MVERE, David: 326C MWADI KADI, Aimee: PD0117 MWADI, Aimee: PD0403 MWADI, Kadi A.: PC0502 MWANGI, Felicina W.: PD0781 MWANZA, A.: 099B/D MWATHA, Antony: 458C MWESIGYE, B.: PD0666 MWESIGYE, Bob: PD0686 MWIJARUBI, Ezra: PB0503 MWILU, Roy: PD0337 MWINGA, Alwyn: PB0670 MWOREKO, Alex: PC0317 MWOROZI, Edison A.: PD0350 MYERS, Adam M.: PB0117 MYERS, Ted: 190D MYERS, Ted: 465C MYLVAGANAN, R.: PB0068 M'BOUP, S.: PB0055 M'BOUP, Souleymane: PB0015 M'BOUP, Souleymane: PB0027 M'BOUP, Souleymane: PB0392 M'BOUP, Souleymane: PB0400 M'BOUP, Souleymane: PB0401 M'BOUP, Souleymane: P00050 M'BOUP, Souleymane: 456A M'BOUP, Souleymane: 497B 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458C NAGOURNEY, Robert A.: PB0238 NAGOURNEY, Robert A.: PB0239 NAGSHUNMUGAM, Thandavarayan: PAO108 NAGUMO, Atsuko: PD0648 NAGUMO, Atsuko: 576D NAGY, Karoly: 324A NAIMARK, David: PB0823 NAIR, Prema: PC0567 275

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Yoshio: PC0568 NAKANO, Manabu: PC0568 NAKANO, Takashi: PA0043 NAKANO, Takashi: PA0183 NAKANO, Takashi: PA0194 NAKANO, Takashi: PA0323 NAKANO, Tatsunori: 397A NAKANO, Tatunori: PA0029 NAKAO, Tadaharu: PD0785 NAKAO, Tadaharu: PD0786 NAKASE, Katsumi: PD0681 NAKASE, Katsumi: PD0722 NAKASE, Katumi: PD0598 NAKASHIMA, H.: PA0302 NAKASHIMA, Hideki: PAO300 NAKASHIMA, Hideki: PA0304 NAKASHIMA, Hideki: PA0305 NAKASHIMA, Hideki: PA0315 NAKASHIMA, Hideki: PA0330 NAKASHIMA, Hideki: PA0335 NAKASONE, T.: PC0613 NAKASONE, Tadashi: PA0196 NAKASONE, Tadashi: 310A NAKATA, Atsuo: PB0423 NAKATA, Katsuhisa: PB0509 NAKATA, Koh: PB0312 NAKATA, Munehiro: PA0335 NAKATA, Munehiro: PB0054 NAKATA, S.: PC0613 NAKATSUKA, Naoko: PD0625 NAKATSUKA, Yoshikatsu: PD0625 NAKAYA, Takaaki: PA0064 NAKAYA, Takaaki: PA0073 NAKAYA, Takaaki: 499A NAKAZIBWE, May K.: 235C NAKIYINGI, Jessica: PC0228 NAKYONYI, Molly: PD0052 NALLET, Francois: PA0362 NALONGO, Kisembo: 387B NALUYANGE, Margaret: PB0957 NAM, Jeong-Gu: PA0319 NAMANGI, 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Karla: PD0640 NYOMBI, B.: PA0192 NYQUIST, Julie: PD0068 NYUNOYA, H.: PAO161 NYUNOYA, Hiroshi: PA0165 NZILA, Nzilambi: PB0427 NZILA, Nzilambi: PC0372 NZILA, Nzilambi: PC0509 NZILA, Nzilambi: PD0289 NZILA, Nzilambi: PD0383 NZILA, Nzilambi: 290C NZILAMBI, Nzila E.: PB0035 NZILAMBI, Nzila E.: PC0172 NZILAMBI, Nzila E.: PC0579 NZILAMBI, Nzila E.: PD0631 NZILAMBI, Nzila E.: 029D N'SENGIMANA, Joseph: PD0290 N'TEREYE, Pierre: PD0290 OAK, Vikram: PD0739 OBADIA, Martine M.: PB0860 OBARU, Kenshi: PA0094 OBARU, Kenshi: PAO355 OBREGON, Eva: PB0095 OBREMSKEY, Stasia: PD0382 OBURA, Michael: PC0276 OCAMPO, Antonio: PB0196 OCAMPO, Hermida A: PB0149 OCAI9IA, Immaculada: PB0062 OCAI9iA, Immaculada: PB0564 ODAWARA, Fumitomo: PA0323 ODAWARA, Takashi: PAOO41 ODAWARA, Takashi: PA0173 ODAWARA, Takashi: PA0353 ODDEN, Kare: PB0156 ODERA, Edwin M.O.: PD0045 ODHIAMBO, Dorothy: PD0778 ODHIAMBO, Dorothy A: PD0665 ODHIAMBO, Dorothy A.: PD0009 ODHIAMBO, Phoebe A.: PB0601 ODINOKOVA, Irina A.: PB0934 ODINOKOVA, Irina 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PB0183 OLIVEIRA, Carlos Alberto B.: PB0798 OLIVEIRA, Carlos Alberto B.: PB0808 OLIVEIRA, Carmen A.F.: PB0409 OLIVEIRA, Dalva: PC0312 OLIVEIRA, Denise R.: PC0599 OLIVEIRA, Edson: PC0356 OLIVEIRA, Elizabeth: PB0089 OLIVEIRA, Heldilene C.: PB0663 OLIVEIRA, Heldilene C.: P00032 OLIVEIRA, J.: PC0278 OLIVEIRA, Luiz: PC0405 OLIVEIRA, Maria Helena P.: PD0234 OLIVEIRA, OLIVEIRA, OLIVEIRA, OLIVEIRA, OLIVEIRA, OLIVEIRA, OLIVEIRA, Maria I: PA0366 Mariza: PC0356 Norma: PD0406 Ricardo: PB0459 Ricardo H.: PB0458 Rosely: PC0189 Rosely C.: PC0434 OLIVEIRA, Sylvio: 343D OLIVEIRA, Sylvio J.: 466C OLIVIER, Ren6: 421A OLKHOV, Oleg: PD0251 OLMARI, Maya: PB0517 OLNESS, K.: 219C OLNESS, Karen: 220C OLOO, David: PD0052 OLSON, David: PC0508 OLTHOFF, Glenn: PC0535 OLUKOYA, Adepeju A.: PC0449 OMETTO, Lucia: PC0155 OMMUNDSEN, Cecilia: PDO411 OMMUNDSEN, Cecilia: PD0415 OMOKHODION, F.: PD0644 OMOLLO, Mary A.: PD0137 OMONDI, Azaria: PD0217 OMONDI, B.: PDOO45 OMWONY, Ojwok: PB0955 ONDOA, P.: PA0079 ONEN, John: 240C ONG, D.: PD0129 ONGIRWALU, Hendrik: PD0549 ONGIRWALU, Hendrik: PD0766 ONIMARU, Masahiko: PC0568 ONO, Ayako: PB0221 ONO, Hiroaki: PA0166 ONO, Orie: 4858B ONO, Yasuo: 257B ONODA, Kaori: PD0648 ONODA, Kaori: 576D ONWU, G.: PD0063 ONYANGO, Dorothy 0.: PD0137 ONYEBUENYI, Joy N.: PC0449 OOSATO, Kazuhisa: PC0340 OOTA, Keiko: 275B/D OPARE, Bernard K.: PDO455 OPELZ, Gerhard: 023A OPELZ, Gerhard: 223A OPOLLO, Marc S.: PD0740 OPRAVIL, Milos: PB0141 ORANDE, Helen 0.: PDO701 ORCESE, Carloandrea: PB0686 OREGE, Patrick A.: PC0276 ORELLANA, Yuri: PD0759 ORENGO, A.: 048B ORENSTEIN, Jan M.: PB0180 ORIA, Piera: PD0057 ORITSU, Reiko: PB0925 ORLOV, Nickolai V.: PC0225 ORLOWSKA, Jolanta: PD0089 OROSZLAN, Stephen: PA0048 OROSZLAN, Stephen: 324A OROVITG, F.: PB0949 OROXOM, Alan: PB0033 ORR, Sylvia: PB0072 ORR, Sylvia: PC0477 ORSO, Maurizio: PB0129 ORTEGA, Nenet: PD0568 ORTIZ, Edith: PC0274 ORTIZ, Fernando: 491D ORTIZ, Raul: PD0716 ORTIZ, Raul: 4298B ORTIZ, Victor: PB0970 ORTIZ-COLON, Reinaldo: PD0207 ORTIZ-TORRES, Blanca: PD0656 ORTOWSKA, Emma: PD0089 ORVIEDO, J.E.G.: PC0236 OSADA, Koji: PC0397 OSAKA, Y.: 461C OSAKI, Yoneatsu: PDOO81 OSAME, Mitsuhiro: PAO119 OSAME, Mitsuhiro: PA0258 OSAME, Mitsuhiro: PA0307 OSAME, Mitsuhiro: PB0241 OSATO, Kazuhisa: PC0361 OSAWA, Jun: PD0162 OSBORN, John F.: PD0694 OSBORN, June: PC0293 OSBORNE, Maria F.: PC0177 OSE, Velta P.: PB0404 OSEI-KWASI, Mubarak: PA0163 OSEI-KWASI, Mubarak: 383A OSELKA, Gabriel: PC0132 OSHIRO, Graciela: PB0045 OSMOND, Dennis: PB0624 OSMOND, Dennis: 302C OSOJNIK, Teresa M.: PD0014 OSORIO, Marco: PD0222 OSORIO, Marco: PD0223 OSORIO-RAMIREZ, Marco A.: PS12 OSOTIMEHIN, Babatunde: 552D OSOTIMEHIN, Babatunde O.: PD0532 OSTERHAUS, Albert: 139A OSTHER, Kurt: PB0318 OSUKA, Shinji: PB0167 OTA, Akemi: PA0204 OTAKA, Akira: PA0302 OTAKE, Kaori: 499A OTAKE, Toru: PA0309 OTAKE, Toru: PA0318 OTANI, Takeshi: PA0100 OTHMAN, Asha A.: PAO190 OTIENO, Philip 0.: PD0541 OTIENO, W.: PD0780 OTOLOK-TANGA, Erasmus T: PD0202 OTTEKEN, Ahlert: PA0217 OTTO, M.: 424A OTTO, Michael J.: 320A OTTONI, Maria: PC0416 OU, C.-Y.: 218C OU, Chin-Yih: 211C OU, Shuouan: 076C OUANGRE, Amadou: PB0027 OUATTARA, Souleymane: P00047 OVAGUIMIAN, Olivier: PB0530 OVERS, Cheryl: 450D OWATARI, Satsuki: PA0280 OWOR, Maxensia: 152C OXFORD, John: PAOO90 OXFORD, John S.: PA0333 OXFORD, John S.: PA0360 OXFORD, John S.: 378A OYA, Akira: PB0365 OYAFUSO, Luiza: PB0103 OYAFUSO, Luiza K.: PA0271 OYAFUSO, Luiza K.: PB0578 OYAIZU, Naoki: PA0110 OYAMA, Takako: PD0236 OYAMA, Yasuo: PD0433 OYARBIDE, losune: PB0688 OYARBIDE, losune: PA0127 OYARBIDE, losune: PB0553 OYEDEPO, Bola: PD0574 OYUGI, Cathrine A.: PD0137 OZ, Helieh S.: PB0621 OZA, Kalpesh: PD0174 OZAKI, Hidenori: 242A OZAKI, S.: PC0060 OZEL, Mushin: PAOO60 OZICK, Lisa: PC0148 OZOUF, Norbert: PB0561 O'BRIEN, Thomas R.: P00064 O'BRIEN, William A.: 254B O'BYRNE, Desmond: PD0421 O'CONNOR, Dennis: PB0773 O'DELL, Virginia: PB0944 O'DOHERTY, Michael: PB0623 O'DONNELL, Carl: PC0478 O'DONNELL, Lydia: PC0478 O'FARRELL, Nigel: PB0488 O'FARRELL, Nigel: PC0329 O'KEEFE, Elizabeth A: PB0161 O'LEARY, Ann: PD0514 O'MALLEY, Jeffrey Wayne: TS10 O'MALLEY, P: PB0935 O'MALLEY, Paul: 301C O'MALLEY, Paul M.: 007C O'NEAL, Scott A.: PC0591 O'NEILL, Robert: PB0716 O'REILLY, Kevin: PC0479 O'SHAUGHNESSY, M.: 3588 O'SHAUGHNESSY, Michael: 354A O'SHAUGHNESSY, Michael V.: PB0350 O'SHAUGHNESSY, Michael V.: PB0406 O'SHAUGHNESSY, Michael V.: PB0718 O'SHAUGHNESSY, Michael V.: PB0961 O'SHAUGHNESSY, Michael V.: PC0197 O'SHAUGHNESSY, Michael V.: PD0106 O'SHAUGHNESSY, Michael V.: PD0227 278

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