Most Recent Articles by Madeline Morr
Patient navigation may be considered an effective strategy to enhance engagement and continuation in disease treatment among people with HIV.
Fidaxomicin demonstrated the strongest evidence for being the most effective treatment in providing a long-term cure for C difficile infection.
Adherence and completion to multidose vaccine schedules for hepatitis A, B, and A-B are low, thereby rendering vaccination ineffective.
Project ECHO at Los Angeles Christian Health Center contributes to improved care of HCV in underserved populations.
The CDC has identified an increasing number of Shigella isolates that test within the susceptible range for the fluoroquinolone antibiotic ciprofloxacin.
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