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Podcasts From ICAAC 2009

Featured Podcast: Virologic Suppression Is Less Likely Among Antiretroviral-Experienced Black Women. But Why?
 
Kimberly Smith, M.D., M.P.H.

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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