Primary care doctors are seeing more HIV patients, survey finds

05/15/2010 | HealthDay News

A U.S. survey of 1,165 primary care doctors found that 54% see HIV-positive patients, with more than a third saying they treat more than 200 cases annually. Brian Hujdich of HealthHIV, a nonprofit group that sponsored the survey, cited a need for primary care doctors to get additional medical education to better care for HIV patients.

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