New Advances in ART

Volume 3, Issue 6.

In this podcast about ART, Dr. Rachel Simmons from Boston University School of Medicine discusses recent research that may improve clinicians’ ability to more effectively and more safely manage their patients with HIV infection.

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HIV: Management of Concomitant Conditions

Volume 3, Issue 2.

In this podcast Dr. Alysse Wurcel discusses important drug-drug interactions that may impact the treatment of ischemic heart disease in people living with HIV, medication interactions that could influence the treatment of common comorbid diseases, and potential drug-drug interactions between antiretroviral agents and common over-the-counter medications.

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Hepatitis C Treatment in the HIV Coinfected and Dialysis Populations

Volume 4, Issue 7.

Drs Paul Martin, MD and Kalyan Ram Bhamidimarri, MD cover the important topic of Hepatitis C Treatment in the HIV Coinfected and Dialysis Populations in the format of case-study scenarios for the clinical practice.

INDIVIDUALIZING THERAPY IN PATIENT SUBPOPULATIONS INFECTED WITH HCV WHO ARE COINFECTED WITH HIV, HAVE DECOMPENSATED CIRRHOSIS, OR HAVE UNDERGONE LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Special Edition 2014, Issue 2, Part 3.

Raymond T. Chung, MD from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston interviews Dr. Susanna Naggie from Duke University Medical Center and Dr. Paul Kwo from Indiana University School of Medicine about HCV-HIV coinfection, decompensated cirrhosis, liver transplantation and discusses strategies to treat this hard-to-treat patient subpopulation with program director, Dr. Mark Sulkowski.

INDIVIDUALIZING THERAPY IN PATIENT SUBPOPULATIONS INFECTED WITH HCV WHO ARE COINFECTED WITH HIV, HAVE DECOMPENSATED CIRRHOSIS, OR HAVE UNDERGONE LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Special Edition 2014, Issue 2, Part 2.

Raymond T. Chung, MD from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston interviews Dr. Susanna Naggie from Duke University Medical Center and Dr. Paul Kwo from Indiana University School of Medicine about HCV-HIV coinfection, decompensated cirrhosis, liver transplantation and discusses strategies to treat this hard-to-treat patient subpopulation with program director, Dr. Mark Sulkowski.

INDIVIDUALIZING THERAPY IN PATIENT SUBPOPULATIONS INFECTED WITH HCV WHO ARE COINFECTED WITH HIV, HAVE DECOMPENSATED CIRRHOSIS, OR HAVE UNDERGONE LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Special Edition 2014, Issue 2, Part 1.

Raymond T. Chung, MD from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston interviews Dr. Susanna Naggie from Duke University Medical Center and Dr. Paul Kwo from Indiana University School of Medicine about HCV-HIV coinfection, decompensated cirrhosis, liver transplantation and discusses strategies to treat this hard-to-treat patient subpopulation with program director, Dr. Mark Sulkowski.