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In-Depth Medical Reports on the Retroviruses Conference

May 4, 2005

Summary: The Clinical Care Options site now has six training modules summarizing practical information for physicians, from the Retroviruses conference in February.

The Clinical Care Options HIV site, now has six training modules (as of April 26) for HIV physicians (but open to anyone, after free registration on the site) on new information presented at the Retroviruses conference, February 22-25, 2005, in Boston. Each module consists of a collection of discussions on different subtopics, between three leading experts. To assist the discussions, "capsule summaries" present details in an outline format, so that the experts can focus on what's most important for readers to know, without having to recite the details since those are already available.

Each of the six modules provides two hours of CME (continuing medical education) credit for physicians. Non-physicians may find the presentations difficult, because of the background knowledge they assume. But patients may find useful and understandable information about issues that matter to them.

The six modules are:


ISSN # 1052-4207

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