The Top 5 HIV Clinical Pearls for the NAPLEX
Hello Everyone! Just a quick note to mention that we wrote a guest post over at the very awesome www.meded101.com
The post goes through some HIV wisdom for the NAPLEX....which is fast approaching if you're a P4. You can check it out here:
Many thanks to Eric at MedEd101 for letting us write this. His site has a ton of good clinical information, and he updates very regularly. So if you haven't already, please check it out.
Anyway, we hope you enjoy our guest post! If you're on a cell phone and don't feel like scrolling back up, here's the link again (you're welcome) :)
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