Most Recent Articles by Bryant Furlow
Inappropriate prescribing of outpatient antibiotics for the treatment of uncomplicated urinary tract infections are higher than previously estimated.
Among HIV-infected, virologically suppressed black adults, FTC/TAF showed improvements in renal and bone safety compared to FTC/TDF.
Three months of rifapentine + isoniazid using directly observed therapy resulted in a higher completion rate and no loss of follow-up for latent tuberculosis.
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