HIV guide offers concrete strategies to primary care physicians

July 1996
Primary Care Weekly;07/29/96, Vol. 2 Issue 30, p1
Focuses on the American Medical Association's booklet `A Physician Guide to HIV Prevention,' designed to equip primary care physicians with practical advice for specific scenarios. Contact information.


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