Zahra  Masoud

Zahra Masoud

Zahra Masoud is a 5th year Pharmacology PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Her research is focused on understanding the mechanisms underlying the initiation of breast cancer growth. After graduation, she will be working as a medical writer at Medpace, Inc located in Cincinnati, Ohio.

 

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Carotid Artery Atherosclerosis Is Associated With Mortality in Adults With HIV

Carotid Artery Atherosclerosis Is Associated With Mortality in Adults With HIV

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Carotid artery plaque was predictive of mortality, with differences observed by sex and HIV serostatus.

CDC Syphilis Summit: Issues in Diagnosis and Management

CDC Syphilis Summit: Issues in Diagnosis and Management

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Despite more than a century of clinical experience diagnosing and managing patients with syphilis, many clinical questions remain unanswered and are explored in a review of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Syphilis Summit.

Point-of-Care Anti-Toxoplasma Antibody Test Can Reduce Costs and Morbidity

Point-of-Care Anti-Toxoplasma Antibody Test Can Reduce Costs and Morbidity

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The adoption of a point-of-care test to detect Toxoplasma gondii infection would substantially reduce costs and require significantly less infrastructure than conventional testing.

Coccidioidomycosis Screening Benefits TNFi Therapy Recipients

Coccidioidomycosis Screening Benefits TNFi Therapy Recipients

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Screening of asymptomatic coccidioidomycosis within a Coccidioides-endemic area allowed for identifying and managing asymptomatic cases before patients began tumor necrosis factor-α inhibitor therapy.

Individualized Treatment of Late Acute Prosthetic Joint Infection May Decrease Failure Rate

Individualized Treatment of Late Acute Prosthetic Joint Infection May Decrease Failure Rate

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Treatment strategies for late acute prosthetic joint infections should be individualized according to patients' age, comorbidities, clinical presentation, and microorganism causing the infection.

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