From the Blogs: Seven ID/HIV Things to Be Grateful For This Holiday Season, 2016 Edition

November 21, 2016

From the Blogs: Seven ID/HIV Things to Be Grateful For This Holiday Season, 2016 Edition

Are you wondering what Dr. Paul Sax is grateful for this Thanksgiving? Find out in HIV and ID Observations.

In the latest HIV and ID Observations blog post, Dr. Paul Sax offers a brief list of things in the field of infectious diseases for which he is thankful: HIV diagnoses down in the U.S., MRSA rates on the decline, hospital-mandated antibiotic stewardship programs, and a few other topics — just for holiday fun.

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