The researchers conducted this analysis to benchmark influenza vaccination rates among their patients at a single center in Wilmington, Delaware, and compared them with national influenza vaccination rates.
A 50-year-old woman presented to a dermatology clinic with new-onset swelling, pruritus, and discomfort in the areas of red ink within the tattoo on her right lower abdomen, which she had obtained 18 years prior to presentation.
Comorbidities are a large part of the disease burden for people living with HIV. A recent study aimed to examine the prevalence of both high-risk and functional comorbidities in this patient population. Lead author Eugenia Siegler, MD, answers our questions about her team’s study findings.
In this podcast, Sonia Singh, PhD, talks about HIV testing before HIV diagnosis in the Black population in the United States from 2013 to 2018, including ways to help make routine HIV testing more accessible and ways to help address disparities to help end the HIV epidemic.