Doctors at the University of Miami have begun researching why women are more predisposed to getting infected with HIV. Doctor Margaret A. Fischl, professor of medicine and director of AIDS Clinical Research Unit, and Deborah Jones Weiss, research associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, have been spearheading the project.
Doctors at the University of Miami have begun researching why women are more predisposed to getting infected with HIV. Doctor Margaret A. Fischl, professor of medicine and director of AIDS Clinical Research Unit, and Deborah Jones Weiss, research associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, have been spearheading the project. Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald Staff
Doctors at the University of Miami have begun researching why women are more predisposed to getting infected with HIV. Doctor Margaret A. Fischl, professor of medicine and director of AIDS Clinical Research Unit, and Deborah Jones Weiss, research associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, have been spearheading the project. Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald Staff

University of Miami doctors targeting HIV in women

November 30, 2014 10:33 AM

UPDATED November 30, 2014 04:22 PM

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