This Week in PLoS Medicine: Mild cognitive impairment; Clostridium difficile; Engaging men in HIV prevention

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This week, PLoS Medicine published four new articles, including a Perspective piece on a new Clostridium difficile Research Article.

A set of cross-sectional surveys by Robert Stewart and colleagues carried out in Cuba, Dominican Republic, Peru, Mexico, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, China, and India reveal the prevalence and between-country variation in mild cognitive impairment at a population level.

To learn morn about the Clostridium difficile infection paper by Sarah Walker and colleagues (and the related Perspective by Stephan Harbath and Matthew Samore) please view our latest Media Release blog post.

Edward Mills and colleagues argue that a more balanced approach to gender is needed so that both men and women are involved in HIV treatment and prevention.

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