Advice on HIV Treatment for Colleagues Early in Their Career: Protect the Patient

Gregory D. Huhn, MD, MPHTM


December 15, 2021

Using a proposed commencement speech as a point of departure, Gregory Huhn, MD, offers a core principle for aspiring clinicians in the field of HIV/AIDS: patient protection. This is shown to involve a range of considerations, from the utilization of available guidelines and resources to the use of novel therapeutic delivery systems such as long-acting injectables. Dr Huhn concludes with the importance of collaboration for an effective clinical approach, and one which underscores the enduring priority: the comprehensive care of the patient.


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