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Collection: Caring for a patient with HIV

Recently, two men, both HIV positive, underwent bone marrow transplants to treat lymphoma. As a result, both men are currently free of the AIDS virus. What does this mean for HIV treatment? This remains to be seen, but it is surely something that will be studied further.

Many of us care for patients with HIV in our practice, whether we work in a setting dedicated to treating this patient population or not. Keep your knowledge and skills up-to-date with this collection.
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