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Posts Tagged ‘antibiotic resistance’

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January 2nd, 2014

A New Year’s Snowstorm ID Link-o-Rama

Some ID/HIV items jangling around in the inbox, just dying to get out, before they are covered in snow: Interesting, balanced piece in the New York Times about the slow uptake for PrEP, in particular among gay men. This caught my eye: “Certainly, fewer people have tried PrEP than many experts had anticipated.” I wonder [...]


October 15th, 2012

ID Doctors are Clueless about Treating Helicobacter

Every so often, we’ll get a referral from a gastroenterologist about a refractory case of Helicobacter pylori. Usually the patient has been treated multiple times, and still has symptoms and a positive test. Naturally a referral to a specialist in Infectious Diseases seems warranted. But the reality is that this is like the IV nurse [...]


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