Harvard CFAR Twitter Feed
- Stronger Together: A HIV Community Forum With Practical Information On Living Through Social Disruption t.co/tKXkSuKV82
- April 7th is #WorldHealthDay. In this International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, World Health Day will highlight the current status of nursing around the world. Nurses are crucial to serving persons with #HIV and implementing research globally. t.co/wlqoogrQPv
- This message needs to be heard loud and clear: "HIV status should not be a factor in medical decision-making regarding the triaging of potentially lifesaving interventions or enrollment into clinical trials." t.co/ht6D8xAQeq
- CFAR Adelante scholar Julie Levison (@mgh_id; @MassGeneralNews; @HarvardCFAR) published an oped in @bostonherald about using #civic engagement as a tool in the fight against #COVID19. Read more here: t.co/lJRCLv061Z
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