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Twenty percent of new HIV diagnoses occur among adolescents and young adults. They’re a population underserved by HIV prevention resources, with...

Expires: 03.21.2024
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The comorbidities associated with multiple sclerosis are known to significantly worsen inflammation and hasten disease progression. When relief with p...

Expires: 03.09.2024
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Issue 3

How can HIV infection be better identified in the populations, most of which are underserved, that experience the majority of new HIV cases? How cost-...

Expires: 02.08.2024
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Managing patients with asthma continues to grow more complex. Two key guidelines have recently been updated. Where do their recommendations concur? Wh...

Expires: 01.30.2024
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Issue 3

With many of their patients with MS living beyond 60, 70, and even 80 years of age, clinicians are challenged to better understand the effects of agin...

Expires: 01.05.2024
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Issue 4

As people with MS age, how does their response to their long-term DMT change? Is there a time when disease-modifying therapy can be safely discontinue...

Expires: 01.05.2024
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Rapid ART — initiating ART as soon as possible after an HIV diagnosis: How effective is it at bringing people with newly diagnosed HIV into last...

Expires: 01.05.2024
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The management of patients with asthma has evolved significantly, particularly for people on either end (mild and severe) of the symptom scale. Althou...

Expires: 01.05.2024
Fade Out HIV
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Fade Out HIV

This on-demand webinar focuses on the barriers that prevent HIV screening and PrEP uptake by Black MSM and the benefits of newer HIV medications. Credit: 1.0 of AMA or ANCC

Expires: 12.21.2023
Dinner with Friends
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Dinner with Friends

For the LGBTQ+ community: Want to ask your doctor or nurse questions about sexual health, but it's uncomfortable? Dr. Agwu and nurse Justin Alves tell you how to handle those awkward talks.

Expires: 12.20.2023
Managing MS in the Era of COVID-19
Managing MS in the Era of COVID-19

Michael Kornberg, MD, PhD, and Elias Sotirchos, MD, discuss strategies to keep their patients with MS safe from COVID-19. Credit available: 0.5 of AMA, AAPA, or ANCC

Expires: 12.16.2023
Issue 1
Issue 1

Rapid ART — initiating ART as soon as possible after HIV diagnosis — is now endorsed as standard of care in all major antiretroviral guide...

Expires: 12.15.2023
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Issue 2

COVID-19 vaccination. For many people with multiple sclerosis, it’s not a simple and straightforward process. The DMT they’re currently ta...

Expires: 12.07.2023
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Issue 1

Is vaccination the best way for all patients with MS to protect themselves from COVID-19 infection? More than 20 MS DMTs are in current use. Which one...

Expires: 11.18.2023
Oncology Innovations
Gather-ed: Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Oncology Innovations Gather-ed: Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Join this small group learning program on identifying actionable use of checkpoint inhibitors, developing chemotherapy-free strategies, and evaluating current and emerging first line treatments for patients newly diagnosed with NSCLC.

Expires: 10.21.2023 Contact Us
People for PrEP: Identifying Barriers to HIV Prevention Enduring
People for PrEP: Identifying Barriers to HIV Prevention Enduring

Description: Primary, convenient, and urgent care are the first line of defense for HIV prevention. Learn from experts & patients to overcome barriers to PrEP uptake in this on-demand webinar.

Expires: 10.12.2023