Tag Archives: HIV

RCTs of treatment as prevention have shown significant prevention of onward HIV transmission among serodiscordant couples, but observational studies of clinical practice have not consistently replicated these findings. There are particular concerns among men who have sex with men (MSM).

In this podcast, Dr. Paul MacPherson explores some of the issues. Dr. MacPherson is a specialist in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Ottawa Hospital, an associate professor in the Department of Medicine, and the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Ottawa, and a clinician scientist at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute.

In their analysis article (subscription required), Dr. MacPherson and his co-author Patrick O’Byrne examine HIV treatment as prevention in MSM.

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The January 6th issue summary podcast is presented by Dr. John Fletcher, editor-in-chief, and Dr. Moneeza Walji, editorial fellow.


Dr. John Fletcher, editor-in-chief, CMAJ

Dr. Moneeza Walji, editorial fellow, CMAJ

Dr. Moneeza Walji, editorial fellow, CMAJ






Dr. Fletcher and Dr. Walji discuss the following topics:

  • Diversity of ethnic groups and socioeconomic barriers in medical education
  • Testing for group A streptococcal infection in children
  • Harms from amoxicillin
  • World region-specific birth-weight curves
  • Drug interactions in HIV-infected patients
  • Syncope
  • Case of recurrent rheumatic fever
  • Venous thromboembolism in IBD

And more....

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