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SC CTSI Research Drives Global Health Policy

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Jessica Maria Atrio, MD, has demonstrated that a safe but less-frequently prescribed birth control "mini-pill" is effective for women taking HIV medications. Study title: Effect of protease inhibitors ...

Jessica Maria Atrio, MD, has demonstrated that a safe but less-frequently prescribed birth control "mini-pill" is effective for women taking HIV medications. Study title: Effect of protease inhibitors on pharmacokinetics of oral norethindrone contraception in hiv+ women

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