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Women's HIV Treatment Issues: Course for Medical Professionals, July 26-27

July 13, 2001

Johns Hopkins University will offer a two-day update for primary care providers on HIV care for women, July 26 and 27. "This course is designed to offer support to the primary care provider in caring for HIV-positive women. Specific clinical problems, their evaluation and management, epidemiology and scope of HIV infection will be discussed. Participants can expect to become more familiar with health care issues of HIV-positive women and the management of clinical complications."

For more information, see www.hopkins-aids.edu/educational/events/womissues_2001/womissues_2001.html.


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