Could the anticipated first 2-drug single-tablet regimen for initial HIV treatment change the landscape for initial ART regimens?
Could pharmacy-based PrEP change the future of HIV prevention?
To eliminate a virus that affects 2.4 million patients in the United States, we must launch a multifaceted attack. Pharmacists can play a critical role in increasing HCV screening efforts nationwide.
Learn how nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and pharmacists are joining the fight to increase PrEP uptake among individuals at high risk for HIV infection.
How can community pharmacists improve HIV care? Here’s my take.
Pharmacists can improve HCV treatment outcomes through medication therapy management strategies including patient counseling and monitoring for drug-related problems.
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