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Primary Care for Patients with HIV Infection: It’s Not Who Should Provide It, It’s How ...

Nov 1, 2016 - The major challenge is not to address whether primary care clinicians without substantial HIV experience should provide HIV care, but to create a framework that allows all primary care clinicians to provide the best possible care for their patients living with HIV infection.

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Who Should Care for Patients with HIV/AIDS? - Editorials - American Family Physician

Jan 15, 2006 - ...become, as Dr. Khalsa1 points out in this issue of American Family Physician, a chronic, manageable disease, perhaps not unlike diabetes, hypertension, or hyperlipidemia. Unlike these conditions, AIDS is a contagious, infectious disease, that if left untreated, almost invariably...

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Urinary Tract Infections: 2000 Update - Editorials - American Family Physician

Oct 15, 2000 - ...of pediatric UTIs is evaluation with imaging studies. Recently, the connection between vesicoureteral reflux and the long-term risks of hypertension and renal failure has been questioned.5 This has led some authors to suggest that vesicoureteral reflux is not an important entity and...

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