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St. Michael's Hospital
Caption: Dr. Sean B. Rourke, a neuropsychologist who heads the Neurobehavioural Research Unit at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, published a paper in the journal AIDS today saying that while one of the common side effects of HIV and AIDS is neurocognitive impairments, there are no adequate tests to screen patients for these problems.
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