Contemporary Management of HIV: Managing ART in HIV-Infected Patients With Common Comorbidities
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Contemporary Management of HIV: Managing ART in HIV-Infected Patients With Common Comorbidities

In this downloadable slideset, David A. Wohl, MD, and Program Director Eric S. Daar, MD, review key data and optimal approaches for managing ART in the context of common comorbidities.
Format: Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)
File size: 1.70 MB
Date posted: 1/20/2017
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