Dialogue: The Current State of HIV/AIDS in Knox County and the U.S.
COVID-19 and monkeypox are keeping viruses and our knowledge about them at the forefront of our lives and the news. On August's Dialogue, a look at the current landscape of another virus we’ve been talking about since the 1970s: the HIV virus.
Dr. Carole Myers of the University of Tennessee College of Nursing and WUOT's HealthConnections segment; Meg Gill, Nurse Practitioner with Positively Living / Choice Health Network in Knoxville; Jonathan Johnson, Harm Reduction Manager with the Knox County Health Department and former Program Director and PrEP Navigator with Cherokee Health Systems; and Wanda Montalvo, Senior Fellow and Team Lead of Public Health Integration and Innovation with the National Association of Community Health Centers joined WUOT's Chrissy Keuper for a discussion about the current state of HIV/AIDS in Knox County and the U.S.
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