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Mild HIV-related cognitive impairments may be overlooked due to inadequate screening tools

One of the common side effects of HIV and AIDS is neurocognitive impairments -- changes in how fast a person can process information, pay attention, multi-task and remember things -- yet there are no adequate tests to screen patients for these problems.
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