CDC: 4 conception strategies for HIV-discordant couples
Dr. Campos-Outcalt is an assistant editor of The Journal of Family Practice and the medical director for Mercy Care Plan in Phoenix, Ariz.
In this month’s audiocast, Dr. Doug Campos-Outcalt summarizes a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that describes 4 strategies that HIV-discordant couples (particularly HIV-positive men and HIV-negative women) can use to reduce the risk of HIV transmission while trying to conceive.
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