Alvin Wee, MD, discusses case details and the policy that aims to make organ transplantation more equitable for people living with HIV.
A vaccination program targeted toward those at high risk is the best bet for stemming the monkeypox outbreak.
Cleveland Clinic’s Transplant Center will soon begin offering kidney transplantation from deceased donors with HIV to patients with end-stage kidney disease who are HIV positive.
Steven Gordon, MD, Chair of Infectious Disease in Cleveland Clinic’s Respiratory Institute, discusses ways healthcare workers can prevent the spread of COVID-19 to their families.
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