HIV Specialty Clinics Across U.S. Closing, Changing Focus, Citing Lack Of Funding, Other Reasons
June 5, 2009
The Scripps Howard/Kansas City infoZine examines how some medical clinics across the U.S. that specialize in treating patients with HIV are closing due to lack of funding and decreased demand, among other reasons. Other clinics are moving away from providing only specialty care and are refocusing their services on primary care as the medical needs of patients and the needs of their larger communities have changed over time (Baah, Scripps Howard/Kansas City infoZine, 6/4).
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