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Helene D. Gayle, MD, MPH
President and Chief Executive Officer
"Research published in this journal regularly impacts standards of care in my medical practice."
Daniel Reirden, MD
Youth and Young Adult HIV Practice
The Children's Hospital of Colorado
University of Colorado School of Medicine
“This is an important publication for medical providers who care for people with HIV and STDs.”
Jerome Groopman, MD
Chief of Experimental Medicine
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
“AIDS Patient Care and STDs is an important source of information for public health practitioners who are in a position to improve the care for people living with HIV.”
Carol Tobias, MMHS
Health Policy & Management
"AIDS Patient Care and STDs is a great resource for cutting-edge articles that span the broad spectrum of sexual health and well-being as it relates to HIV, AIDS, and STDS."
Christopher Fisher, PhD
Assistant Professor of Health Promotion, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Director, Midlands Sexual Health Research Collaborative
"I value the high quality of the published research in AIDS Patient Care and STDs, and the importance of this research to the field. The attention to broader aspects of living with HIV and its consequences is especially valuable, and the information given is helpful for daily practice in direct patient care and of value in further research."
Dr. Sigrid Vervoort, PhD, RN
Internal Medicine & Infectious Diseases
University Medical Center at Utrecht
“Great combination of clinical, behavioral, and epidemiological research, with many useful insights for research and practice in every issue.”
Michael Schwandt, MD, MPH
Resident Physician, Public Health and Preventive Medicine
University of Toronto
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