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FLORIDA: AHF Lake Ida Healthcare Center Offers Specialized HIV/AIDS Treatment (11.15.2013) Aids Weekly Plus

A article reports that AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) now provides specialized HIV/AIDS treatment and care through its Lake Ida Healthcare Center in South Florida to HIV-positive individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. The center’s treatment options include ongoing follow-ups to ensure an uninterrupted health regimen as well as counseling and education on living well with the virus. The clinic is operated under Pierre Dorsainvil, MD, who, along with his staff, is fluent in English and Creole.


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