30 years of treating AIDS: An interview with HIV physician Dr. Kathleen Squires

    Our two-part report on the fight to slow HIV begins with a look back 30 years.

    Health reporter Taunya English spoke with HIV physician Kathleen Squires. Squires leads the Division of Infectious Disease at Jefferson University Hospital and has cared for patients with HIV for three decades.

    Thursday, Dec. 8, behavioral health reporter Maiken Scott highlights what’s new in HIV prevention–a super-targeted approach tailored to the needs and lives of people most at risk.

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