Podcasts From ICAAC 2009
|Featured Podcast: Virologic Suppression Is Less Likely Among Antiretroviral-Experienced Black Women. But Why?|
A GRACE study analysis reveals that, among treatment-experienced patients, African-American women are significantly less likely than their white counterparts to achieve an undetectable viral load on HIV treatment. Lead author Kimberly Smith, M.D., M.P.H., points to two possible explanations: Black women were more likely to drop out of the study entirely, and those who remained were less likely to adhere to their therapy.
|Podcasts from ICAAC 2009|
Bernard Branson, M.D. (41 min.)|
Edwin DeJesus, M.D. (8 min.)
Lisa Dunkle, M.D. (8 min.)
Nick Funderburg, M.D. (5 min.)|
Matthew Goetz, M.D. (9 min.)
Kimberly Smith, M.D., M.P.H. (15 min.)
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