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Twenty years of human immunodeficiency virus care at the Mayo Clinic: Past, present and future.

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Cummins NW, Badley AD, Kasten MJ, Sampath R, Temesgen Z, Whitaker JA, Wilson JW, Yao JD, Zeuli J, Rizza SA,


Cummins NW, Badley AD, Kasten MJ, Sampath R, Temesgen Z, Whitaker JA, Wilson JW, Yao JD, Zeuli J, Rizza SA, (click to view)

Cummins NW, Badley AD, Kasten MJ, Sampath R, Temesgen Z, Whitaker JA, Wilson JW, Yao JD, Zeuli J, Rizza SA,

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World journal of virology 5(2) 63-7 doi 10.5501/wjv.v5.i2.63

Abstract

The Mayo human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Clinic has been providing patient centered care for persons living with HIV in Minnesota and beyond for the past 20 years. Through multidisciplinary engagement, vital clinical outcomes such as retention in care, initiation of antiretroviral therapy and virologic suppression are maximized. In this commentary, we describe the history of the Mayo HIV Clinic and its best practices, providing a "Mayo Model" of HIV care that exceeds national outcomes and may be applicable in other settings.

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